Help with Other Services
The Renaissance Children’s Center provides a safe, stable environment for children to develop the skills necessary to succeed in school and with their peers.
Our Employment Service program is here to offer help with preparing, obtaining, and maintaining a job in this competitive market. Click "More" to learn about how you can access these services to help you find and keep a job.
Those who identify as Native are invited to participate in weekly Talking Circles where you can share information and fellowship to promote healing in your life. Click "More" to learn about participation in this safe, sober, and culturally welcoming program.
The Rural Initiatives Program is a cooperative partnership between the Coalition and non-profit homeless service providers to offer rental assistance and supportive services in non-metro and rural areas of Colorado. If you are in need of services or housing and are outside of the Denver metro areas, please visit 211.org or call 2-1-1 for resources.
If you are looking for a peer-led recovery program and are experiencing homelessness, Fort Lyon Supportive Residential Community may be right for you. Click "more" to learn about the program and how to apply.
If you are a veteran of any branch of the Armed Service, the Coalition may be able to help with housing and employment services. Please learn about our services by clicking "more" below.
If you identify as a woman and are exiting or have recently exited the criminal justice system, this program can help you with medical and behavioral health care. Click "More" below.
In 5-10 minutes, MyFriendBen shows likely eligibility for 50 public benefits, tax credits, and nonprofit programs, and the cash value and time to apply for each so they can get started.
MyFriendBen is not a part of the CCH, but we make this anonymous, fast, and judgment-free tool available to clients.