Adams County Community Partners

Learn more about the Adams County Community Partners in this video. Their offices are located at the Human Services Center, 11860 Pecos St., Suite 2700, Westminster, CO 80234

Almost HomeAlmost Home promotes self-sufficiency and provides assistance to those individuals and families experiencing housing instability. They help prevent and confront homelessness in Adams and Weld County through a spectrum of services including our Emergency Assistance Programs, Family Shelter, Housing Navigation Center, Street Outreach, and motel/hotel voucher programs.
Main #: 303.659.6199
A Precious ChildA Precious Child assists children and families facing difficult life challenges such as abuse and neglect, crises situations, and poverty. An emergency children’s clothing boutique is located on the first floor of the building. Clients must be always accompanied by an employee. For eligible families, children’s clothing, diapers, and hygiene products are available at no charge as well as vouchers for the main location’s larger center.
Main #: 303.466.4272 | Website
Benefits in

This is a nonprofit organization located in Lakewood that serves individuals throughout the state. They strive to increase understanding, access, and utilization of healthcare resources and other public benefits. Their team of navigators work with individuals to help them recognize the health-related benefits they qualify for, apply for those benefits, and utilize them as effectively as possible. They are passionate about the importance of increasing benefit literacy among the public.
Main #: 720.221.8354 


CASA is a volunteer-based, nonprofit organization that trains and supervises community volunteers to represent the best interests of our most vulnerable citizens—child victims of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse and neglect. Volunteer CASA Advocates are appointed by judges to be a voice for these children in court.
Main #: 720.523.2855 | Website

Center for People with Disabilities

Center for People with Disabilities assists people with all disabilities in overcoming barriers to independent living, at no cost to them.  A continuum of programs provides Independent Living Skills, Advocacy, Information & Referral, Peer Support, and Nursing Home and Youth Transitions. Services for Veterans, people with visual impairments, employment, and other specialized services.

Main #: 303.442.8662Website

CSU Extension

Colorado State University Extension (CSU Extension) offers educational programs for youth and adults on basic personal finance. CSU Extension provides expertise on various topics from agriculture, horticulture, 4-H youth development, and financial well-being. Email [email protected] for information.

Main #: 303.947.7315 | Website

Denver Indian Center

Denver Indian Center Inc. supports the American Indian and Alaska Native community by guiding economic empowerment and self-determination through programs of Honoring Fatherhood Programs, Native Workforce Program, Native American Support Team, and Food Bank, that empower families, youth, honor elders, and offers a space where Native culture can be preserved and celebrated.

Main #: 303.936.2688 | Website

Denver Indian Family Resource CenterTo strengthen vulnerable American Indian / Alaska Native children and families through collaborative and culturally responsive services. Provides child welfare support services and collaborates with other community agencies, especially those which serve the needs of Native Americans.
Main #: 720.500.1020 | Website

The Denver Vet Center offers groups and whole health activities to military, veterans, and their families through collaborations with WarriorNow, The Summit, Wounded Warrior Project, and the Adams County Veteran Service Office.

Recreational Therapy: All Wars Veterans Bowling League & Trauma Informed Yoga
Educational Groups: PTSD, & Substance Use Groups
Support Groups: Peer Support, Whole Health & Woman 2 Woman 

All individuals must go through The Denver Vet Center or Adams County Veteran Service Office to get started and for associated dates and times.

Main #: 303.326.0645 | VSO: 720.523.2770


The Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County (ECPAC) makes it easier for families to get parent education and community resources, so children are ready to succeed in school and in life. They offer support groups and classes to families, as well as resource navigation so that families can get connected with needed services and supports. In addition to its Family Resource and Support Center in Commerce City, ECPAC also provides services in the community and virtually.

Main #: 303.428.2929Website

Family TreeFamily Tree partners with all people to prevent and overcome the interconnected issues of child abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness to promote safety, healing, and stability across generations. Team members from the Housing and Family Stabilization; TANF Stable Families; and SafeCare programs are onsite to help directly connect individuals to our services. Additional programs for Adams County include Roots of Courage emergency residential services for domestic violence survivors and CFRT for Adams County referred families.
Main #: 303.422.2133Website | DV Crisis Line #: 303.420.6752 
Foster SourceOur mission is to provide relevant training, resources, and support to foster and kinship parents, from a trauma-informed approach, giving them the skills and confidence to spark healing in vulnerable children. 
 Main #: 303.618.4331 | HSC #: 720.523.4010 
Joyful JourneysJoyful Journeys helps improve the lives of everyone by providing critical human services like food, clothes, hygiene products, baby items, and school supplies. It also has a thrift store in Broomfield with clothing, furniture, and other items at a low cost or for free, based on the ability to pay. Joyful Journeys also offers free to low-cost programs and classes open to anyone to attend.Main #: 303.667.9695 | Website
Maiker Housing PartnersMaiker provides access to affordable housing, rental assistance, housing searches, utility assistance, budgeting, and other services related to housing. For more information, contact Maiker Housing Partners at [email protected].
Main #: 303.227.2075 | Website
Maple StarMaple Star’s trauma-specific approach provides individualized and holistic services that promote wellness, durability, and healing through the context of a relationship. Family must be referred through Adams County Child Welfare.
Senior HubThe mission of The Senior Hub is to advances the quality of life for older adults through advocacy, community partnerships, and a variety of direct services planned to sustain an independent, healthy aging experience. It operates a Meals on Wheels Program and provides volunteer programs and opportunities.
Main #: 303.426.4408
Servicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza provides and advocates for culturally responsive, essential human services and opportunities to our community. They help individuals’ complete applications for benefits (Medicaid, food assistance, ACA, etc.), offers supportive services and mentoring to adult men and women who are reintegrating into society after incarceration, victim services, case management, HIV & STI services, behavioral health, and other support services.
Main #: 303.458.5851 | Website
United for a New EconomyUNE focuses on Housing, Economic, and Racial Justice. UNE connects renters with advocacy opportunities including Know Your Rights training and political education
Main #: 303.936.0503
Warrior Now connects Veterans impacted by a mental health diagnosis, PTSD, and/or addiction, to resources, services, and mentorship through training and peer mentors to help reintroduce our Veterans to the Journey of Life.
Main #: 720.408.8623
WICWIC assists families with children up to five years old and/or women who are pregnant, just had a baby, or are breastfeeding. WIC provides healthy foods, nutrition education, and referrals to other community resources. To enroll, visit Adams County Health Department.
Yahweh Health Care

Yahweh Health Care

Our purpose is to capture individuals in between establishing healthcare services—those who are unemployed, homeless or at risk of being homeless, hungry, and in need of basic services such as routine health screens and basic health services. Basic health care services include vaccinations, simple medical exams, testing for high blood pressure, minor wounds, minor illnesses, diabetes, etc.
Main #: 303.949.7528