Jefferson County Human Services

Jefferson County Human Services provides multiple service snacks programs for adults and children living in Jefferson County. They have a family planning program which is available to all expecting families and mothers. This program includes STD, STI testing, female health exams, access to birth control and more. Additionally they have a fatherhood program, and child services.

Third Way Center

The Third Way Center provides care to high risk, mentally ill, disadvantaged and often homeless adolescents and their families. They have a variety of programs that range from residential child care to high school/GED completion guidance. In addition to those services, they provide substance abuse treatment and and vocational training programs.

Salud Family Health Center

These various health centers provide many health services including dental and pediatric care. They do not turn away patience and do offer pregnancy care to teen mothers. Salud also offers different programs such as Women’s Wellness Connection (WWC) which provides exams to uninsured or underinsured women. Services may include: clinical breast exams, cardiovascular disease, pelvic exams, pap tests, mammograms, and…

Project Self-Sufficiency (Loveland)

This Loveland based program looks to assist low-income, single parents in their efforts to build and maintain strong, healthy families. With a focus on achieving economic independence the program works with selected families to provide them with guidance and support. Often, this takes the format of a one year program

Metro Care Ring

Metro Caring provides nutritious groceries and also offer comprehensive anti-hunger resources so that families can break the cycle of poverty. They also provide assistance with obtaining means of identification. As Colorado’s lead ID-assistance agency, Metro Caring distributed more than 20,000 ID vouchers last year, for Colorado-state driver’s licenses, government IDs, and birth certificates.

The Action Center

Access to food, clothing, household items, utility assistance, transportation assistance, medical assistance, tenant/landlord counseling, a homeless shelter, and more. Additionally, they offer a ‘pathways’ program (6 months)  which focuses on self-sufficiency and relationship building.

Family Homestead

Emergency housing for homeless families, transitional housing, case workers help with job placement and other family issues. They offer bilingual services and their focus is on uniting families and helping them move into more stable housing/economic stations. To reach this goal, they also provide caseworkers and social workers to assist families in achieving a better life.

Fish of Broomfield

FISH or Feeding Families and fueling hope offers access those who  earn an annual income that is at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines. FISH gives them access to a food bank, assistance with utility payments, and rent assistance.