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.
The Tri County Health Teen Clinic provides medical care, education and more to teenagers in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. While they offer many health services they have special programs regarding teen pregnancy and teen health. For more information regarding the resources (free birth control, still testing etc) they provide please visit their website.
Urban Peak offers day and night shelter to to help support homeless youth in their journeys toward self-sufficiency. With two locations in Denver and in Colorado Springs, they offer services including help with finding employment, education and housing. Additionally they offer case workers to mediate any urgent issues and medical professionals to provide care.
Delivering medical and mental health care for the homeless in downtown Denver.
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…
This is a clinic run by nurses associated with University of Colorado, College of Nursing. They offer a variety of services to encompass all of a patient’s needs and strive to provide complete care to individuals with a focus on wellness and disease prevention.
STRIDE addresses the need for affordable and accessible medical, behavioral health, and dental care among low-income, uninsured, and underserved populations. STRIDE’s current service area encompasses Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, Jefferson, and Park counties and the Cities of Aurora, Arvada, Englewood, Lakewood, Parker, and Wheat Ridge. Further, their services range from dental, behavioral and general medical care.
Kids in Need of Dentistry (KIND) is a non-profit organization that serves children across Colorado with low-cost, high quality dental treatment. Additionally they have a mobile dental office which visits schools and an orthodontics program for teenagers.
Competent healthcare and preventative health services for uninsured, underinsured and low income families. They offer mens, women healthcare as well as a pediatric unit. To view their low cost prices for procedures for STI and Pregnancy testing please see their website. Additionally they offer screening and enrollment for Medicaid, including presumptive eligibility, and CHP+ enrollment.