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Contract Resources Directory

Crisis Resources for Restorative Contracts

Follow the links below to see additional resources for restorative contracts.

Mercy Housing

Develops, preserves and finances affordable homes; provides affordable housing for all low- and moderate-income populations.

Family Home Stead

Assists homeless families to overcome the specific crisis of homelessness and re-stabilize at a level of functioning that is optimal for them.

Safehouse Denver

Serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through an Emergency Shelter, a non-residential Counseling & Advocacy Center and an Extended Stay Program; 24/7 crisis & information hotline is at (303)318-9989.

Crisis Services –
Mental Health Partners

Specializes in de-escalation, crisis intervention, assessment, and safety planning, and can provide support, care, and resources; walk-in services available.

Colorado Crisis Services

Serves as Colorado’s statewide behavioral health crisis response system offering residents mental health, substance use or emotional crisis help, information and referrals.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Prevents suicide by providing  free and confidential support for people in distress; provides prevention and crisis resources for those in crisis and the people who care about them.

Access Housing

Provides programs for emergency and transitional housing, homelessness prevention that helps pay rent/mortgages, and support for skills development in areas like literacy, parenting and financial budgeting.

Comitis Crisis Center

Offers a variety of programs supporting individuals on their recovery journey—from trauma, mental health and substance use challenges, and housing instability.

Providence Network

Provides holistic services to participants including addiction recovery, counseling, spiritual mentoring, vocational assistance, life-skills development, and long-term support.

Joshua Station

Gives families who have experienced the trauma of homelessness a safe and welcoming space aimed to enable parents and children to settle and build a path forward.

Sacred Heart House of Denver

Offers programs including the In-House Stabilization, Follow-Up and Transitional Housing Programs enable homeless women and their families to move to stable housing and become self-sufficient.

Urban Peak

Ignites the potential in youth to exit homelessness and create self-determined, fulfilled lives; meets youth where they are, on the street, by offering safe conversations, food, hygiene and clothing to stay warm.

Warren Village

Exists so low-income, single-parent families can achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency; aims to support people in the transition from poverty to self-sufficiency.

Bienvenidos Food Bank

Provides Northwest Denver individuals and families with food assistance in a safe, welcoming place; serves as an essential source of fresh, healthy food for those in need.

Community Ministry –
Food Pantry

Provide emergency food for families and individuals who are in need of assistance; facilitates a self shopping food pantry so that clients can choose their own food to sustain a family of five for at least five days.

Hunger Free Colorado –
Food Resource Hotline

Connects Colorado families and individuals to SNAP/food stamps, food pantries, free meal sites, WIC and other nutrition programs geared towards families, children and older adults.

The Epworth Foundation

Provide stability, opportunity and a sense of community for the families in crisis; offers numerous charitable services as part of its mission to promote and support healthy families, with an emphasis on children.

Food Bank of the Rockies

Strives to nourish those in Denver experiencing food insecurity; clients can find a pantry near them by using the search feature in the website.

Senior Assistance Center

Promotes the self-sufficiency of older adults in Denver by providing necessity-of-life services with the ultimate goal of helping clients find stable, sustainable living situations.

A Precious Child

Assists children and families facing difficult life challenges such as abuse and neglect, crisis situations and poverty; supports children with wrap-around support and case management.

Clothes for Kids

Provides new and quality used clothing in a boutique setting to Denver area students from low-income or in-crisis families, free of charge; aims for all students to have the clothing they need to feel comfortable, confident and prepared to thrive.

Dress for Success Denver

Helps clients to become employed, stay employed, achieve promotions and raises, participate in valuable networking and leadership opportunities, strengthen financial literacy, and embrace life-long learning as they move towards economic independence.

211 Colorado

Connects people to critical resources when they dial 2-1-1.