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Longmont Area NonProfit Organizations
Additional or updated listings can be submitted to:
• Cheryl Q. Swanson at cheryl.swanson@ci.longmont.co.us (303.774.4534)
• Kay Armstrong kay.armstrong@ci.longmont.co.us (303.774.4440)
• Cindy Noble at cindy@longmontfoundation.org (303.678.6555)

20th Judicial Crime Victim Compensation Program - (Boulder District Attorney - Longmont Office) 
A program enacted to help victims of crime and is governed by the Crime Victim Compensation Act. This is an application process and all decisions are made by a Board.
303-682-6801
1035 Kimbark St., Longmont 80501
  http://www.co.boulder.co.us/da/vcomp/vcomp.htm
Jude Allen
 

4-H Youth 
Informal education in agriculture, home economics, energy conservation, recreation and hobbies. Program of CSU Extension Services.
303.678.6238
9595 Nelson Road, Box B, Longmont 80501
  
 

A Woman's Work 
A Woman's Work Program, a fund of the Longmont Community Foundation established to meet women's needs in our community that might otherwise go unmet.
303.678.6555
401 Main Street, Suite 102, Longmont, CO 80501
cindy@longmontfoundation.org   
Cindy Noble
 

Access Counseling  
Early intervention counseling, education and referral services (relationship, communication, lonliness, self-esteem, loss and grief, making decisions, marital issues, separation and divorce), play therapy, trauma. Sliding scale.
303.449.7898 (Boulder) or 303.776.8211 (Longmont)
1534 55th Street, Boulder
  http://www.accessboulder.org/
 

Access Counseling of Longmont - - See Alternatives for Youth - AFY 
The center serves children, adolescents, families, couples, and individuals. Handle problems dealing with situational issues or life circumstance issues. Handle ethnic and cultural populations. Sliding fee. One/one services.
303.776.8211
24 Ninth Avenue, Longmont, CO
longmont@accessboulder.org  
Wendy Conquest
 

Access-A-Ride 
Door to door bus service for those who are unable to ride RTD buses due to disability
303.299.2960
Boulder County
  
 

Addiction Recovery Center (ARC) 
Inpatient detoxification and outpatient counseling for addiction/substance abuse and one-on-one counseling and support groups for their families. Sliding scale.
Boulder - 303.441.1275 (counseling) and 441.1281 (for detoxification); Longmont - 303-678-6166
Boulder - 3470 N. Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304; Longmont - 529 Coffman St., Suite 200, Longmont, CO 80501
  http://www.co.boulder.co.us/health/behavhlth/index.htm
 

Addiction Treatment Center (ATC) 
Intensive outpatient substance abuse program. It is designed for adults with alcohol or drug abuse problems who do not require a hospital stay or residential treatment. Must be 18 years of age.
303.651.9200
2130 Mountain View Avenue, Suite A2, Longmont, CO 80501.
  http://www.atclongmont.org/
Kathleen Cundell
 

AIDS Testing and Education - Boulder County  
AIDS testing and Education. Hep B & C testing as well.
303.413-7500
3482 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
  
 

Al-Anon/Alateen 
Support group for friends and relatives of alcoholics.
303.665.1766
District 8 Al-Anon PO Box 457 Niwot, CO 80544-0457
  
Michael G. McMillen
 

Alcoholics Anonymous (aka AA) 
Support group for alcoholics (AA) and their spouses (Al-Anon), grown children (Adult Children of Alcoholics) and children (Ala-Teen).
303.447.8201
Central Office, 5375 Western Ave, Boulder, CO 80301
  
 

Alternatives for Youth  
Supports youth in the St. Vrain Valley School District through programs and activities that promote social success and academic persistence, and healthy family relationships. Our programs are designed to foster skill development, encourage positive choices, and inspire hope in youth to build a better community today and for future generations.
303.776.8184
24 9th Ave., Longmont
  http://www.alternativesforyouth.org/
 

Alternatives for Youth - Access Counseling Center 
Personal, vocational, and employment counseling for young people 12 to 19 who are not in school. Also provide counseling to individuals, families and couples. Please call 303-776-8211 for an appointment.
303.776.8184
24 9th Avenue, Longmont
  
 

American Cancer Society 
Resource, prevention/education to community regarding cancer.
303.776.2689
6857 Paiute Avenue, Niwot, CO 80503
  
Amanda Pullaro
 

American Civil Liberties Union 
Legal assistance and help with court costs involving civil liberties. Attorney fees donated. www.aclu-co.org
303.777.5482
400 Corona, Denver, CO 80218
  
 

American Council for the Blind 
Assist with the needs of the blind. www.acbco.org


  
 

American Red Cross 
Emergency needs (for displaced victims of fire, tornadoes, floods, natural disasters, etc.) Emergency preparedness. Transport for disabled and elderly for medical needs.
303.722.7474
444 Sherman Street, Denver, CO 80203
  
Brannen Ulrick, Community Liaison
 

Amnesty International; Urgent Action Program 
Advocates of human rights
303.258.1170
P. O. Box 1270, Nederland, CO 80466
  
Ellen Moore
 

Art in Public Places 

303.651.8924
400 Quail Road, Longmont, CO 80504
  
Lauren Greenfield
 

Artwalk Longmont 
ArtWalk promotes the cultural arts in downtown Longmont with three events each year that feature art exhibitions, a musical showcase, dance and theater performances and children's activities, all free.
303.678.8417
P. Box 1461, Longmont 80502
joankirves@hotmail.com   
Joann Kirves
 

Attention Homes; Broadway Youth Shelter 
Help for youth, 13-18, and families in conflict; provide residential care and counseling for abused, neglected, homeless, runaway (Help for runaways) and delinquent adolescents. www.attentionhomes.org. Not a drop off must go through Social Services.
303.447.1207
3080 Broadway, Boulder, 80304
  
Amy Jenkins
 

Atwood Emergency Shelter 
Emergency Family Shelter.
303.651.2388
819 Atwood #1, Longmont
  
Tino Bargas
 

Big Brothers 
Individual guidance and friendship for boys whose fathers are unavailable through death, separation or divorce. Parent may be incarcerated. Boys 7-13. $7 application fee. Parent can be with family but not really available to be with boy or girl as a companion.
303.433.6002 x516
2420 West 26th Avenue, Suite 4500, Denver, 80211
  
Desiree Ott
 

Big Sisters 
Individual guidance and friendship for girls. Girls 8-15. $7 application fee.
303.433.6002 x517
2421 West 26th Avenue, Suite 4500, Denver, 80211
  
Desiree Ott
 

Blue Sky Bridge 
Blue Sky Bridge facilitates a collaborative approach to child abuse investigations while providing child victims and their families with support in a safe, compassionate environment. We also strive to break the cycle of child sexual abuse through education and social change.
303.444.1388
P. O. Box 19122, Boulder, CO 80308
pchambers@blueskybridge.org  http://www.blueskybridge.org/
Patricia Chambers
 

Boulder Carriage House 
Day resource center for homeless individuals in Boulder. Services include shelter from the elements, a midday meal, and access to community resources. Provides basic essentials, case management, addiction recovery group, computor access, employment services and outreach.
(303.442.8300
PO Box 626, Boulder CO 80306
marykatherine@bouldercarriagehouse.org  http://bouldercarriagehouse.org/
Mary Katherine Jones
 

Boulder County - Aging Services - Long Term Care Ombudsman 
The Long-Term Care Ombudsman program advocates for the rights of residents in all licensed long-term care facilities, including nursing homes and assisted living residences. Please contact an ombudsman to report a concern or problem related to the care of a resident, to request in-service training about resident/elder rights, or to obtain consumer information regarding long-term care services or placement issues. http://www.co.boulder.co.us/cs/ag/index.htm
303.441.1173, 303.441-1649 (Maureen), 303.441.3199 (Janet)
P.O. Box 471, 1942 Broadway, Suite 205, Boulder 80302
  
 

Boulder County - Aging Services - Medicare Ombudsman 
Free information and assistance regarding Medicare benefits.
303.441.1706 (Kristen) or Euvaldo 303.678.6113, 303.441.3599

  
 

Boulder County Community Action Program (CAP) 
Community Action Programs works on low-income issues in the county. Our primary focus in on Latino leadership development, life skills for middle school students, citizenship classes and a matched savings account program for low-income.
303.441.3975
3482 North Broadway, Boulder
  
Janet Heimer
 

Boulder County - Consumer Affairs Unit 
Mediates complaints between businesses and consumers. Provides landlord/tenant information (not for Cities of Longmont or Boulder - both provide their own resident assistance)
303.441.3700
1777 6th Street, (6th and Canyon) Boulder
  
 

Boulder County - Department of Social Services 
Food Stamps, aid to families with dependent children, general assistance loans. Child and adult protection. Medicaid and child support enforcement.
Boulder - 303.441.1000, Longmont 303.678.6000, Louisville - 303.413.7000
529 Coffman Street, Suite 100, Longmont or 3400 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
  http://www.co.boulder.co.us/ss/
 

Boulder County Addiction Recovery Center 
detox unit (in-patient) and outpatient substance abuse treatment
303.441.1275
Boulder County
  
Chris Saunders
 

Boulder County AIDS Project 
Support, advocacy and education of HIV/AIDS as well as outreach. Provides testing services. www.bcap.org
303.444.6121
2118 14th Street, Boulder, 80302 or 82 East 21st Avenue, Suite C, Longmont, CO 80501
  http://www.bcap.org/index.html
 

Boulder County Bar Association 
Provides a list of reduced-fee attorneys for low-income families. Fee: none
303.440.4758
1942 Broadway, Suite 205, Boulder, CO 80302
  
 

Boulder County District Attorney's Office - Consumer Affairs Unit 
Investigation, mediation, information and referral for violations of state consumer protections laws covering auto repairs, sales, advertising, charity solicitation, and credit. Violation must occur in Boulder County.
303.441.3700
DA's Office, 1777 6th Street, Boulder
  
 

Boulder County Employment and Training - See Workforce Boulder County 



  
 

Boulder County Enterprises -- see Employment Link 



  
 

Boulder County Health Department - WIC Program 
Women, Infants and Children (WIC program) provides nuitrition supplemental foods or pregnant and nursing women with children under age of 5. No fees for clients meeting income guidelines.
Longmont -303.678.6130, Lafayette - 303.666.4168, or Boulder 303.413.7520
Longmont - 529 Coffman Street, Boulder - 3482 North Broadway, Lafayette - 1345 Plaza Court North 3A.
  
 

Boulder County Housing Authority 
Countywide rental assistance and public housing for low-income families, seniors and people with disabilities. Counseling and budgeting for families facing foreclosure. Sliding scale
303.441.3929
P. O. Box 471, Boulder, CO 80306; 3482 North Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
  
Chris Hudak
 

Boulder County Legal Services 
Provides legal services to Seniors and low income clients in civil matters such as consumer, elder, family, housing & public benefits. www.coloradolegalservices.org
303.449.7575
1790 30th Street, Boulder, CO
legalaid@bcls-cls.org  http://coloradolegalservices.org/co/homepage.html
Sue Parenteau
 

Boulder County Legal Services 
Helps income-qualified people with civil cases, such as bankruptcy, debt collections, public benefits, addiction, welfare, family law issues. Does not handle criminal or traffic cases. Call for an intake interview.
303-449-7575
1790 30th Street, #301, Boulder 80301
www.coloradolegalservices.org  
 

Boulder County Mental Health 
Emergency counseling and services for suicide, intake for appointment
303-413-6263
Boulder County
  
 

Boulder County Prevention Connection 
Work to build healthy communities and healthy youth. Assets Building.
303.441.3839
P. O. Box 471, Boulder,
  
 

Boulder County Project Self Sufficiency (PSS) and Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) 
Counseling for low-income parents and referrals to resources for training and education to help them become economically self-sufficent. www.co.boulder.co.us
303.441.3987
P. O. Box 471, Boulder
  
Doreen Hunnicut
 

Boulder County Public Health Department - Genesis Project 
Support services for teen mothers, case management services
303.678.6155
529 Coffman St, Suite 200, Boulder
  
Christina Ostrom
 

Boulder County Rape Crisis Team -- see MESA 



  
 

Boulder County Safehouse ----- See Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence 



  
 

Boulder County Social Services - Child Support Enforcement Unit 
Legal assistance in obtaining child support.
303.441.1070
3400 Broadway
  
 

Boulder County Social Services - Longmont 

303.678.6000
529 Coffman, Longmont
  
 

Boulder County Social Services - Louisville 

303.666.5882

  
Jane
 

Boulder County TRIAD 
Reducing crimes against the elderly


  
 

Boulder County Victim Advocate (Longmont)  
Outreach by phone or mail information. Assist with "family" issues related to life-altering incidents. Advocate goes to the family to meet and talk on scene.
303.651.8855
225 Kimbark Street, Longmont 80501 (Location: Investigations)
maciel.eaton@ci.longmont.co.us  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/police/department/va.htm
Maciel Eaton
 

Boulder County/Longmont Down Payment Assistance Program 
Provides down payment and closing cost assistance to first-time homebuyers purchasing a home in Boulder County (outside of the city limits of Boulder). Must income qualify.
303.651.8530
350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Molly McElroy
 

Boulder Day Nursery 
Child and family services for children between ages six weeks to six years
303.442.7605
1518 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  
 

Boulder Fullpower 


2525 Arapahoe E4-324, Boulder, CO 80302
  
Mark Fearer
 

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless 
Temporary/emergency housing for the homeless (adults only, 18 and older), to provide food, safe shelter, support services, and an avenue to self-sufficiency for homeless adults in Boulder County, Colorado. Also operates Boulder County Cares, which provides search and rescue outreach to unsheltered homeless men and women by offering life sustaining supplies and transport during the coldest months of the year.
Homeless Shelter: 303.442.4646; Boulder County Cares: Bldr - 303.468.4328, Lgmnt - 303.453.9031
4869 North Broadway, Boulder
  http://www.bouldershelter.org/
 

Boulder Valley Women's Health Center 
Gynecological exams, birth control and abortions, individual and for issues related to reproduction, relationships, eating disorders, birth control and others. Handles referrals for substance abuse.
303.442.5160
2855 Valmont Road, Boulder
  
 

Boy Scouts of America - Longs Peak Council (Longmont residents) 
Organization for young men building confidence and character, citizenship training and physical fitness for boys 7 years and older.
1.800.800.4052
2215 23rd Ave., Greeley 80634 or 505 Stacey Court, Unit F. Reichenberg Family Services 303.447.8511, Lafayette, CO 80026
  
 

Bureau of Citizenship & Immigration Services (formerly INS) 
Homeland Security and issues relating to US Citizenship, green cards, etc.
www.uscis.gov

  
 

Career Development Center (CDC) - St. Vrain Valley School District 
Career and technical education in a variety of vocational fields (including Accounting, Agriculture, Auto Mechanics, Building Trades, Dental Assisting and Health Careers, Business courses, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education and Welding among others. ) Adults can attend, pay tuition, on space available basis.
303.772.3333
1200 South Sunset, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Contact Counseling Office
 

CASA - See Voices for Children 



  
 

Center for Change 
Court ordered Level I and Level II alcohol education and therapy. Non-intensive outpatient therapy.
303.544.9876
2450 Central Ave., Suite A1, Boulder, CO 80301
  
 

Center for People with Disabilities 
Provide numerous types of assistance to community members with disabilities.
303.772.3250
615 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501
diane@cpwd-ILC.org  http://www.cpwd-ilc.org/
Diane Groff
 

Child Abuse Hotline 
Anonymously report child abuse, child neglect, sexual abuse, etc.
303.441.1240
Boulder County
  
 

Child and Family Advocacy Center -- See Blue Sky Bridge 



  
 

Child Find 
Free services from the Boulder Valley School District or St. Vrain Valley Schools for children who are having difficulty in their development ie hearing, vision, speech, motor skills, thinking, emotional/social skills.
303.447.5078 (Boulder) or 303.772.6649 (St. Vrain Valley Schools)
6500 Arapahoe, Boulder, Colorado 80301 or St. Vrain Valley Schools, 395 S. Pratt Parkway, Longmont, CO 80501
  
 

Child Support Enforcement Unit 
Enforces court ordered child support orders (does not deal with money)
303.678.6300
529 Coffman Street, Lognmont, CO 80501
  
Jim Hayen
 

Children, Youth & Families of Boulder County 
Free, individualized information and referral for child care and preschool.
303.441.3544
2160 Spruce Street, Boulder
  
Debbie Heppler
 

CHP+ (Child Health Plan Plus)  
A public/private partnership for income eligible, uninsured children in Colorado.
1.800.359.1991
600 17th Street, Suite 710, South Tower, Denver, CO 80202
  
 

Circles of Ten 
Women for World Peace. We welcome women and groups of women who have been impacted by destructive conflict. Using a simple three step process that links us to our wisdom and courage we provide peace circles to identify and carry out acts of peacemaking. www.peacecircles.net
303.494.6503
Boulder, Colorado
info@peacecircles.net  http://www.peacecircles.net/
Sara Hartzell
 

City of Boulder - Boulder Housing Partners  
Rental assistance and public housing. Assists with Section 8 housing and reduced rent/
720.564.4601
4800 North Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
  
 

City of Boulder - Children Youth and Family Services Division 
Information on children's services, including directory of child care centers in Boulder County, referrals to more than 500 licensed child care providers, play groups and babysitting cooperative information, no fees. Drug and alcohol evaluations, support groups, peer counseling, information and referral.
303.441.4357
2160 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
  
 

City of Boulder - Human Rights 
Individual grants for youth, school intervention programs. Assists with mediation of landlord/tenant and family issues. Information, referral and enforcement for city's human rights ordinance prohibiting discrimination in housing, employment, and public accomodations. No fees.
303.441.3140
1101 Arapahoe Avenue (second floor), Boulder, CO 80302
  
www.ci.boulder.co.us
 

City of Longmont - Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) 
An ongoing grant program funded by HUD and administered by the City of Longmont. Projects funded by the program primarily benefit the low and moderate income residents of Longmont.
303.651.8736
350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Kathy Fedler
 

City of Longmont - Fire Department 
Juvenile Firesetters and fire prevention education
303-651-8433
225 Kimbark Street
stephanie.blanch@ci.longmont.co.us  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/fire/
Stephanie Blanch
 

City of Longmont - Housing Rehabilitation Program - Accessibility 
Designed to remove architectural barriers to tenant - and owner occupied properties so that an income qualified disabled occupant can have full access to the home. Must income qualify.
303.441.1716

chatch-linares@co.boulder.co.us  
Carlene Hatch-Linares
 

City of Longmont - Housing Rehabilitation Program - Emergency Repairs 
Assists qualified homeowners with emergency housing problems that pose a serious threat to the health, safety or welfare of the household. Must income qualify.
303.441.1716

chatch-linares@co.boulder.co.us  
Carlene Hatch-Linares
 

City of Longmont - Housing Rehabilitation Program - General Repairs 
Assists qualified homeowners with substandard housing conditions by bringing their property up to the Housing Codes. Must income qualify
303.441.1716

chatch-linares@co.boulder.co.us  
Carlene Hatch-Linares
 

City of Longmont - Neutral Zone 
Drop in center for teens 11-19 with supervised games, pool, trips and activities.
303.651.8712
1050 Lashley, Longmont, CO 80501
  
 

City of Longmont - Police Department Community Services Program Coordinator  
Assistance with police department prevention/education . Handles community members interested in volunteering with the Longmont Police Department
303.774.4440
225 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
kay.armstrong@ci.longmont.co.us  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/police/community/index.htm
Kay Armstrong
 

City of Longmont - Police Department Statistics  
Provides community with crime statistics about their neighborhood.
303.651.4319
225 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Heidi
 

City of Longmont - Senior Services  
Senior related issues in Longmont (includes Elder Abuse) Licensed therapist. Peer-counseling. Supportive services and recreational activies.
303.651.8411
910 Longs Peak Avenue, Longmont
michele.waite@ci.longmont.co.us  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr/
Michele Waite
 

City of Longmont Community & Neighborhood Resources 
Longmont mediation program providing neighborhood leaders, mediated forum for Latino-police concerns
303.651.8445
City of Longmont, Cultural and Human Resources
  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/cnr/index.htm
Carmen Ramirez
 

City of Longmont -Community and Neighborhood Resources  
Neighborhood programs, community mediation services, community resource assistance, bilingual assistance.
303.651.8444
350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/cnr/index.htm
Maria or Carin Ivker or Carmen Ramirez
 

City of Longmont -Neighborhood Group Leaders 
Serve as a referral to your local neighborhood group leaders association.
303.651.8721
350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
jon.clarke@ci.longmont.co.us  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/cnr/index.htm
Jon Clarke
 

City of Longmont -Youth Services  
Youth related issues in Longmont.
303.651.8580
1050 Lashley Street, Longmont
  http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/youth_services/
 

Clearview Educational Center 
Division of Alternatives for Youth; alternative for students expelled from St. Vrain School District and alternative schooling.
303.702.9666
24 9th, Longmont, CO
  
 

Clinica Campesina 
Health care services for low-income families. Fee: sliding scale. http://www.cchn.org/health_centers/map/clinica.asp
303.665-9310 or 303.665.2962
2000 West South Boulder Road, Lafayette, CO 80026
  
 

Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) 
Financial assistance for childcare to income eligible families. Call for an appointment.
303.6041043
1455 Dixon Avenue, Suite 200, Lafayette
  
 

Colorado Civil Rights Division 
Administers and enforces Colorado's anti-discrimination laws in employment, housing and public accomodations. Processes complaints based of alleged discrimination based on race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, creed & disability. Fee none. www.dora.state.co.us/civil-rights/
303.894.2997
1560 Broadway, Suite 1050, Denver, CO 80202
  
 

Colorado Council for the Blind 
Advocacy for the blind; referrals
1-800-424-8666
545 East Marino Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
  
 

Colorado Horse Rescue 
Colorado Horse Rescue is dedicated to providing shelter, care, rehabilitation, and adoption services for abused, abandoned, neglected and unwanted horses. www.chr.org
720.494.1414
10386 N 65th Street, Longmont, CO 80503
  
Rachael
 

Colorado Optometric Center 
Assists people needing vision care at low cost and people with especially difficult problems which private practitioners may not be equipped to solve. Group screening, vision training and therapy, examinations for glasses and low vision aids. Fee sliding scale.
303.295.2402
2736 Welton Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO
  
 

Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center 
Our mission is to promote the physical, psychological, and social well-being of people with disabilities through interaction with a therapeutic team consisting of a horse, instructor, and volunteers.
303.652.9131
11968 Mineral Road, Longmont, CO 80504
program@ctrcinc.org  
Carol Heiden
 

Columbine Family Health Center - - See Mountain Family Health Centers 



  
 

Community Food Share 
Food bank that distributes donated food to human service agencies in Boulder/Broomfield Counties. Not associated with Share Colorado.
303.652.3663
6363 Horizon Lane, Longmont (Niwot)
ttedeschi@communityfoodshare.org  
Jim Baldwin
 

Community Garden 
Gardeners fighting hunger
303.651.8721
350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Jon Clarke
 

Community Housing Program (for sale properties) 
Offering below-market, for-sale properties in new developments in Longmont. Must income qualify.
303.651.8530
350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Molly McElroy
 

Community Housing Program (rental properties) 
Offering below-market rental units in apartment communities in Longmont. Must income qualify. Contact the specific apartment community. For a list of affordable apartment communities, go to http://www.ci.longmont.co.us/cdbg/housing/aff_rent.htm for a list


  
 

Community Infant Program 
Intensive parenting training and support for parents with newborn babies
303.661.0433
1333 Iris Avenue, Boulder, CO 80304
  
Janet Dean
 

Community Mediation Services - - See City of Boulder Children Youth and Family Services 



  
 

Community Table 
Meal program
303.442.1861 or 303.651.3989
950 28th Street, Boulder, CO 80303
  
Rosemary Campbell
 

Compass House  
Provide adolescent group and individual therapy for at-risk youth. Parenting classes for general parenting, etc. www.compasshouseservices.org
303.440.9410
1720 14th Street, Suite 101, Boulder, CO
  
Michelle Prohov
 

Compassionate Friends 

970.535.4338
6790 WCR 52, Platteville, CO 80651
  
Karen Sekich
 

Consumer Credit Counseling Services 
Prefiling counseling for Debt counseling for bankrupcy, education programs, assistance scheduling payments to creditors. Fee: donation. www.cccsnc.org
970.229-0695 or 1.800.424.2227
1247 Riverside Avenue Fort Collins, Colorado 80524-3258 or 2919 West 17th Ave #202, Longmont, CO 80501
general@cccsnc.org  
 

Counseling Ministry at First Presbyterian Church 
Counseling with a Christian focus including adolescent, marriage, personal, finance and individual issues. No fees but donation appreciated.
303.402.6434
1820 15th Street, Boulder
  
 

County Kids First - - See City of Boulder Youth 



  
 

Crime Stoppers 
To anonymously report a crime in Boulder County
303.440.STOP (7867)
Boulder
  
Boulder Police Patrol/Boulder County Sheriff's Dept.
 

Critical Stress Incident Debriefing (CSID) 
Assist "groups" related to life-altering incidents. Team goes out to talk with the group.
303.441.3656
Boulder County Offices
  
Sarah Jussein
 

Daughters of the American Revolution - Longs Peak Chapter 
Chartered in 1916, a volunteer women's service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism preserving American history and securing America's future through better education for children. The Literacy Challenge and scholarships benefit local students in elementary, middle and high school and adult students.
303.774.8481
(Regent) 1930 Rammock Drive, Longmont, CO
LongsPeakDAR@aol.com  
Cheryl Suazo
 

Dental Aide 
Dental care for low income or home-based clients who are residents of Boulder County or the City of Broomfield. Reduced fees for care, payment due at time of service.
Longmont - 303.682.2619, Boulder - 303.499.7071, Louisville - 303.665.8228
1715 Princess Drive, Longmont
  
Carolina
 

Developmental Disabilities Center -- see Imagine! 



  
 

Domestic Abuse Prevention Project (DAPP)  
Statistics and research on domestic violence in Boulder County
303.441.4725 or 303.441.3664
Boulder County Offices
  http://www.co.boulder.co.us/cs/cb/dapp/
Susan Ransbottom or Debra Stein
 

ECHO House 
Emergency Shelter for families and elderly, disabled and pregnant people living alone. Assistance available 24 hours a day, clients must call first.
303.449.3092

  
Margie
 

Eco-Cycle 
Recycling. www.ecocycle.org
303.772.7300
111 Martin, Longmont
  
 

El Comite 
Serves the needs of Latinos; advocacy and social services for Latinos
303.651.6125
455 Kimbark Street. Longmont
mnm@qwest.net  http://www.elcomitedelongmont.com/
Marta Morena
 

Eldercare Connections 
Offers companionship/socialization, personal care assistance, medication reminders, meal preparation, respite for caregivers, light housekeeping and laundry, transportation and limited chore services. www.eldercareconnections.com
720.652.9486 or 1.866.307.0010
465 N. Denver, #101, Loveland, CO 80537
  
 

Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) 
Food and shelter, financial assistance for medical prescriptions, rent and utilities for families in Boulder County
Boulder - 303.442.3042, Lafayette - 303.665.8064
Boulder County
www.efaa.org  
Perry Benjamin
 

Emergency Psychiatric Services 
Walk in or phone counseling.
303.447.1665 (24 hours a day), 303.682.1612 (Longmont 9-5pm), 303.684.0555 (Longmont Front Desk 8-5pm)
1333 Iris Avenue, Boulder
  
 

Employment Link 
w/o response
w/o response
w/o response
  
 

Family Support Registry 
The Family Support Registry (FSR) is Colorado's centralized collection and disbursement unit for processing child support and maintenance payments.
303.678.6300. Phone number for Boulder County residents.
529 Coffman Street, Suite 190, Longmont
  
 

First Presbyterian Deacon's Closet 
Clothing as available, distribution 9:30-10:30 am, Thursday only, no fees
303.402.6400
1603 Walnut Street, Boulder
  
 

Fish, Inc. of Broomfield 
Emergency food, transportation and referral services, no fee
303.465.1600
12 Garden Center #110, Broomfield 80020
  
Shirley McGuiness
 

Foothills United Way 
Raises money for non-profits through corporate and individual donations
303.444.4013
2955 Baseline Road, Boulder 80303
www.unitedwayfoothills.org  
Barbara Pingrey; info@unitedwayfoothills.org
 

Friends First 
Friends first equips youth, families and communities to make healthy life choices by imparting relationship education and promoting the benefits of abstinence until marriage. www.friendsfirst.org
303.776.0715
1430 Nelson Road, Suite 221, Longmont 80501
info@friendsfirst.org  
Benjie Blasť
 

Friends of the Longmont Museum 
The Friends of the Longmont Museum raises funds through memberships and sponsorships to help support exhibits and programming at the Longmont Museum.
303.651.8374
400 Quail Road, Longmont, CO 80504
martha.clevenger@ci.longmont.co.us  
JoAnn McCoy or Martha Clevenger
 

Front Range Community College 
College courses in a variety of fields, degree programs and certificate classes taught at several locations.
Longmont - 303.678.5473, Boulder Spine Road, Boulder Arapahoe - 303.447.5220
Longmont - 2255 North Main Street, Boulder - 5490 Spine Road, Boulder - 66000 East Arapahoe
  
 

Girl Scouts, Mile Hi Council 
Builds girls' courage, confidence and character to make the world a better place. Www.girlscoutsmilehigh.org
303.778.8774
400 South Broadway, Denver 80209
  
 

Girl Scouts, Mountain Prairie 
Character development, friendship, activities. www.gsmpc.org
970.493.1844
1600 Specht Point Drive, Suite A, Fort Collins, CO 80525
www.gsmpc.org  
Kay Stevens
 

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation 
Temporary housing for wildlife (injured or orphaned or sick). Animals are released when well. Wildlife Center www.greenwoodwildlife.org
303.823.8455 or 303.545.5849
5761 Hwy 66, P. O. Box 18987, Boulder, CO 80308
  
Erin Grabowski
 

Habitat for Humanity 
Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. The houses then are sold to those in need at no profit and with no interest charged.
303-682-2485
P. O. Box 333, Longmont, CO 80502
  
Alan Erickson Executive Director
 

Harmony Foundation 
Provides residential treatment for alcohol and drug abuse.
303.825.2023
1600 Fish Hatchery Road, Estes Park 80517
  
 

Headstart - Longmont Children's Council 
Preschool education program for children of low-income families. No fee. www.longmontchildrenscouncil.org
Longmont - 303.776.8523
82 21st Avenue, Suite B, Longmont 80501
  
 

Headstart - See Longmont Children's Council 



  
 

Healing Circles 
Healing Circles is a grief support program for children, teens, and their parents. Holds groups in Longmont at Faith Community Lutheran Church (303-776-8771) (on Hwy 66) and in Boulder at the Boulder Center for Grief and Loss. www.hospicecareonline.org

1235 Pine Street, Boulder 80303
jennifertrinkle@hospicecareonline.org  
Linda or Margaret
 

Hospice Care of Boulder and Broomfield Counties 
End-of-life care
303.449.7740
2594 Trailridge Drive East, Suite A, Lafayette
  
Fredda Romera (bilingual)
 

Housing Counseling - See Boulder County Housing Authority 
Default and foreclosure prevention, counseling for first-time buyers and budget counseling.


  
 

Human Services, Inc 
Counseling for single parents.
303.494.2771,303.494.5559
5350 Manhattan Circle, Suite 100, Boulder
  
 

Hynd Trust 
Assists qualifying patients with vision needs. Patients must be referred by an authorized social services agency. Provides eye examinations, frames and lens. Special requests also reviewed.
303.245.6705
Bank One - Trust Department, 1301 Canyon Blvd., 1st Floor, Boulder, CO
  
 

I Have a Dream Foundation 
School drop-out prevention program for low income youth
303.444.3636
2515 East Sterling Circle, Suite 200, Boulder, CO 80301
www.ihadboulder.org  
Lori Canova, CEO lori.canova@ihadboulder.org
 

Imagine! (aka) Developmental Disabilities Center (DDC) 
Provide services to the developmentally disabled in Boulder and Broomfield County. No fee.
303.665.7789
1400 Dixon Avenue, Lafayette 80026
  
 

Immigration Nationalization Service (INS) - See Bureau of Citizenship & Immigration Services (BCIS) 



  
 

Inn Between 
Provides transitional housing for homeless families and individuals in the St. Vrain Valley community (No emergency shelter)
303.684.0810
250 Kimbark, Longmont
info@innbetween.org  http://bcn.boulder.co.us/housing/innbetween/
Donna Lovato
 

Intercambio de Comunidades (Exchange of Communities) 
Provides FREE English classes to economically disadvantaged Latino immigrants. The program operates entirely by English speaking volunteers. lee@intercambioweb.org.
303-996-0275
2885 Aurora # 36, Boulder, CO 80303. Currently operating at Skyline High School.
  
Lee Shainis, Executive Director
 

Judi's House 
For grieving children ages 3 to 18 who have experienced the death of a loved one. They meet to share their emotions as they move through the healing process. No fee. Wait is 2 - 2 1/2 month past death to join a support group. www.judishouse.org
720.941.0331
1741 Gaylord Street, Denver 80206
info@judihouse.org  
Amy Bishop
 

Junior Achievement 
Junior Achievement uses the success of everyday business people to inspire children to achieve their full potential. We do this by placing business volunteers in classrooms K-12 to teach students how basic academic subjects are used in the workplace and that a complete education is the key to future opportunities within our free enterprise system.
303.534.5252
1445 Market Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202
staff@iacolorado.org  
Kristie Shaffer
 

Kid's Fishing Pond 
Stocked pond for kids 12 years of age and younger; no fishing license required; no fees. South of the Justice Center parking lot on Canyon Blvd between 6th and 9th streets.

Boulder
  
 

Kids in Need of Denistry (K.I.N.D.) 
Provides low cost dental care to uninsured children age 0-18. Fee: $20 copay plus 10% of value of service.
303.733.3710
2465 S. Downing Street, Suite 207, Denver
  
 

LEAP (Low-income Energy Assistance Program) 
Assistance with utility payments for eligible low income clients. No fees.
303.441.1065

  
 

Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People 
Protects and promotes the rights of disabled individuals and the elderly through legal representation, advocacy and education. Sliding scale.
303.722.0300, toll-free 1-800-288-1376
455 Sherman Street, Suite 130, Denver 80203
tlcmail@thelegalcenter.org  
 

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 
Leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Www.lls.org
303.984.2110 or toll free 1.800.286.8159
5353 West Dartmouth Avenue, Lower Level, Denver 80227
  
 

LEVI (Longmont Ending Violence Initiative) 
Domestic violence related access to community resources, prevention/education and public information campaign. www.longmontdomesticviolence.org
303.774.4534
225 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501 (Safety and Justice Center; Police Admin)
cheryl.swanson@ci.longmont.co.us  http://www.longmontdomesticviolence.org
Cheryl Swanson
 

Life Choices Pregnancy Center 
Christian based. Also in Loveland - 970-461-5050. Free pregnancy tests, unplanned pregnancy materials, adoption/abortion decisions, abandoned during preg, teen pressures for sex, babies who need care and provisions. Support groups, post abortion counseling, referrals, clothing, maternity and birthing classes. No fee.
Office: 303.651.2050 Crisis Line: 1-800-395-HELP
20 Mountain View Avenue, Longmont
director@lifechoices.org  
Linda Crowder
 

Longmont Children's Council 
Preschool program for low-income families. Additional services for children and families.
303.776.8523
82 21st Avenue, Suite C, Longmont, CO 80501
learl@longmontchildrenscouncil.org  
LeAnn Earl
 

Longmont Coalition for Women in Crisis (LCWC) (See Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley) 



  
 

Longmont Community Foundation 
A public charity serving thousands of people who share a common goal making Longmont and the St. Vrain Valley a better place to live. A permanent pool of money that benefits the changing needs of our area.
303.678.6555
401 Main Street, Suite 102, Longmont, CO 80501
info@longmontfoundation.org  
Laura Bickers
 

Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP) 
Alternative to navigating the court system; primarily for misdemeanor charges; victims meet with offender. Community members determine what needs to be done to repair the harm of the crime.
303.772.9070 or 303.651.8879
225 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501 (Location: Courts/Probation)
btitle@teachingpeace.org  http://www.teachingpeace.org/
Beverly Title
 

Longmont Council for the Arts 
www.musegallery.org
303.678.7869
P. O. Box 208, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Holly Wolf
 

Longmont Downtown Development Association (LDDA)  

303.651.8484
528 Main Street, Longmont, CO 80501
  
 

Longmont Emergency Unit (aka LEU) 
Provides search and rescue as well as traffic support to local law enforcement and fire departments
303.776.6180
P. O. Box 1202, Longmont. CO 80501
  
Ms. Corby Layer
 

Longmont Housing Authority 
Rental assistance within Longmont city limits. Rent based on income.
303.651.8581
900 Coffman, Longmont
info@longmonta.com  http://bcn.boulder.co.us/housing/longinfo.html
Judy Morgan
 

Longmont Humane Society 
Longmont Humane Society provides a safe shelter for animals that are lost, abandoned or surrendered by their human companions. Every effort is made to reunite lost pets with their families or to place the dogs, cats, puppies, kittens and other domestic animals in loving permanent homes.
303.772.1232
9595 Nelson Road, Longmont 80501
linda@longmonthumane.org  http://www.longmonthumane.org/
Linda Tyler, Executive Director; De Fowler, Operations Manager
 

Longmont Symphony Orchestra 
Provides classical music for the community.
303.772.5796
P. O. Box 74, Longmont, CO 80501
symphony@qwest.net  
Natasha
 

Longmont Theatre Company 
A community theater dedicated to providing opportunities to participate in a live theatrical experience as an audience member, actor, or technical.
303.772.5200
P. O. Box 573, Longmont, CO 80502
manager@longmonttheatre.org  
Sherri Tiff
 

Longmont United Hospital 
Provides inpatient care, outpatient care, emergency care or long-term care treatment.Also extends care to the community through a variety of programs - help you cope with illness, develop a sustainable fitness program, overcome depression or prevent traumatic injuries.
303.651.5111
1950 Mountain View Avenue Longmont Colorado, 80501
www.luhcares.org  http://www.luhcares.org/
Joan Campbell
 

Longmont Youth Symphony 

303.651.0167
7132 Rozena Drive, Longmont, CO 80503
sarahclusman@comcast.net  
Sarah Clusman
 

Longs Peak Energy Conservation 
Energy conservation and home repairs for low-income residents living in Boulder, Gilpin and Larimer Counties. Weatherization of homes and apartments including energy audits, insulation, sealing leaky ductwork, furnace tune-ups, and replacement if necessary. Eligibility based on income. Renters as well as homeowners may qualify. Fee: none
303.441.3829
2450 Central Ave., Suite J, Boulder, CO
  
Amy Hollander
 

Love and Logic 
Parenting Classes
970.484.2580
Fort Collins
  
Marilyn Thayer
 

Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) 
Assistance with utility payments for eligible low income clients from November 1 through April 30. No fees.
303.678.6097
Longmont
  
 

Lutheran Family Services of Colorado 
Help with adoption and planning, foster care, refugee settlement and older adult case management.
303.922.3433
Denver
  
 

Lyons Golden Gang 
meal program
303.823.5070
Lyons
  
Diane Briggle
 

Magellan Center for Business Exploration 
A nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank and resource center, the Magellan Center provides practical information on all aspects of entrepreneurship through studies, demonstration projects and conferences.
(303) 772-6100
1951 S. Fordham Street, Suite 250 Longmont, CO 80503
  
pam.gibson@magellancenter.org
 

Masonic Temple 

303.776.3515
312 Main Street, Longmont
  
 

Meals on Wheels (Boulder) 
meal program
303.441.3908
Boulder
  
 

Meals on Wheels (Longmont)  
Assist shut-in individuals with meals
303.772.0624
910 Longs Peak Avenue, Longmont
  
Jerry Gramlich
 

Meals on Wheels East Boulder County 
meal program
303.666.7237
Lafayette
  
 

Mental Health Center of Boulder County, Inc. 
Comprehensive mental health treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. Medicaid, Medicare, and some insurances accepted. Fees based on income.
Longmont - office 303.684.0555; Longmont Adult Crisis 303.682.1612; Child Crisis 303.413.6388
529 Coffman, #300, Longmont
  http://www.mhcbc.org/
 

MESA (Moving to End Sexual Assault ) formerly the Boulder County Rape Crisis Team 
Assistance to victims of rape; prevention/education and community safety and awareness
office: 303.443.0400 - 24 hour hotline 303.443.7300
2885 East Aurora Avenue, Suite 10, Boulder 80303
marti@movingtoendsexualassault.org  http://www.movingtoendsexualassault.org/
Marti Hopper
 

Moose Lodge 

303.776.4911
2200 Pratt, Longmont
  
 

MOPS - Mothers of Preschoolers 
Program for mothers and their preschool children.
303.442.3484
3245 Kalmia Avenue, Boulder
  
 

Mother House 
Shelter for women 16 years of age and older. Food, clothing and couseling for homeless/pregnant women in need. Associated fee.
303.447.9602
Boulder
  
 

Mountain Family Health Centers 
Non-profit full-service family medical practice. Serves underinsured. Sliding scales. Assists with medicaid applications. Serves mountain communities of Boulder and Gilpin County.
Nederland - 303.258.33206, Blackhawk - 303.582.5276, Glenwood - 970.945.2840
Nederland - 20 East Lake View Drive, Blackhawk - 562 Gregory, Glenwood -1905 Blake Avenue
  
Tracy Robichaud
 

Mountain States Children's Home 
Mountain States Children's Home provides a safe home for children ages 3 to 17 years of age, who come from troubled family situations, abuse and neglect. The goals of placement are to return children to their families, if possible or provide a home until they graduate.
303.776.6841
P. O. Box 1097, Longmont, CO 80502
rschow@msch.org  
Randy Schow
 

Nederland Food Pantry 
Food bank
303.258.3711
Nederland
  
 

Newspapers in Education (Times-Call) 
Newspaper in Education provides free newspapers and related resources for public and private classrooms to optimize literacy and learning for all students and to develop lifelong newspaper readers as lifetime learners and informed citizens through use of the Daily Times-Call.
303.776.2244
P. O. Box 299, Longmont, CO 80502
cpiller@times-call.com  
Cindy Piller
 

Nurse-Family Partnership 
A program that uses multiple intervention strategies to assist low income, first time mothers to develop self-sufficiency skills. Program assists mothers from pregnancy through the child's second birthday.
303.413.7554
3450 North Broadway, Boulder, CO
  
 

Odd Fellows Lodge 

303.776.4588
434 Main Street, Longmont
  
 

Old Firehouse Art Center 

303.651.2787
P.O. Box 783, Longmont, CO 80502
  
Malia Thompson
 

OUR Center 
The OUR Center provides basic needs services (food, shelter, clothing, emergency prescriptions, local transportation, and homelessness prevention services- rent and utility assistance). The center also has a child care center which provides low cost child care to ages 6 mths - 3 years of age. www.ourcenter.org
(Intake Office) 303.772.5529, (Clothing Bank) 303.772.5529, (Hospitality Center) 303.772.5529, (Day Shelter) 303.772.5529
(Intake Office) 303 Atwood, Longmont, (Clothing Bank) 50 East Rogers Road, Longmont, (Hospitality Center) 250 3rd Avenue, (Day Shelter) 250 3rd Avenue
edwina@ourcenter.org, sandy@ourcenter.org, linda@ourcenter.org  http://www.ourcenter.org/
Executive Director - Edwina Salazar-Waldrip, Outreach Coordinator Sandy Stewart, Volunteer Program Coordinator Linda, Day Shelter Sandy Stewart
 

Parent Anonymous 
Self-help organization to help parents avoid abusing their children
1.800.421.0353

  
 

Parent Opportunity Program (aka POP) 
Links non-custodial parents to services in Boulder County
303.678.6331
529 Coffman Street, Longmont
  
Monica
 

Parenting Place 
Bright Beginnings: Offers assistance to parents during first three years of child's life, visits offering support and information to parents of newborns on health, safety, child care, community resources, health insurance, early brain development, and reading. Parent and child play support groups. Age based, language based, single moms group. 0-5 years.
303.449.0177
Parenting Place: 1235 A Pine Street, Boulder, 80302
pplace@peakpeak.com  
Fran
 

Parents without Partners (Chapter 814) 
Support group for parents without partners. International program which plan actiivties for parent and children.
303.430.4991

  
 

Parker Valley of Hope 
In-house residential treatment program for drug and alcohol abusers.
303.841.7857
22422 East Main Street, Parker, CO 80138; P.O. Box 670, Parker, Colorado 80134
  
 

Partners of Boulder County 
Adults to work with youth 10-17 in conflict.
303.772.1411
1430 Nelson Road, Suite 206, Longmont
partners@bcpartners.org  http://www.bcpartners.org/
Susi Keith
 

People's Clinic 
Health care for low-income families; including physicals, checkups, prenatal tests, counseling and education.
303.449.6050
3303 North Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
  
 

People's Clinic - San Juan 
Health care for low-income families; including physicals, checkups, prenatal tests, counseling and education. (Spanish speaking staff)
303.449.5988
3100 34th Street, Boulder
  
 

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains 
Family planning, testing for sexually transmitted diseases for both women and men no age requirement for testing, HIV testing, pregnancy testing, Medicaid provider. Prevention/education.
Longmont - 303.772.3600, Boulder - 303.447.1040
Longmont - 195 South Main Street 80501; Boulder - Arapahoe Village Shopping Center
  
Amy LaRue
 

Project Work Together 
Through Workforce Boulder County; mentoring program to assist in financial stability
303.301.2900
Boulder County Offices
  
Veronica Contos
 

R.A.N.D. Foundation 
A fund of the Longmont Community Foundation established to assist teens and young adults with substance abuse intervention and counseling. Designed to serve as a financial resource to support local efforts of non-profits, churches and schools to deal with the impacts of substance abuse on individuals, families and communities.
303.678.6555
401 Main Street, Suite 102, Longmont, CO 80501
info@longmontfoundation.org  
Cindy Noble
 

Real Choices Pregnancy Care Center 
Pregnancy testing and counseling and financial, medical, legal and emotional support for women with untimely pregnancies and who are not considering abortion. No fees.
303.494.3282
350 Broadway, Boulder
  
 

ReSource 2000 
recycled building materials
303.441.3278 (office) 303.419.5418 (store)
1702 Walnut Street, Boulder
  
 

Retired Senior Volunteer Program (aka RSVP) 
For seniors to volunteer in the Longmont community. Also a safety net of programs (i.e. free groceries, shopping, handyman projects, companionship services, free bulk mailings)
303.772.2262
910 Longs Peak Avenue, Longmont
maureenewing@rsvpboulder.org  
Maureen Ewing
 

Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center 
Group of attorney's who represent abused and neglected children; training for foster parents; crisis calls.
303.692.1165
1325 South Colorado Blvd., Suite 308, Denver, CO 80222
  
Cecelia
 

RTD Call n Ride 
Call n Ride is a curb to curb small (handicapped accessible) vehicle shared ride that operates in a specific geographical area. Is open to the general public. Fee based: Each direction: $1.50, .75 students (6-19), seniors and disabled, 5 and under are free.
West side of Main Longmont: 303.994.3551; East side of Main Longmont: 303.994.3552

  
 

SAFE Center -- see St. Vrain Parenting Center 



  
 

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley (Safe Shelter) 
Emergency Shelter and Counseling for Domestic Violence Victims (women and children only) www.safeshelterofstvrain.org
24 hour Crisis Line: 772.4422 Office Phone: 303.772.0432
P.O.Box 231, Longmont, 80502-0231
info@safeshelterofstvrain.org  http://www.safeshelterofstvrain.org/
Liz Smokowski
 

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence 
Safe shelter, food, clothing and counseling for women and children threatened by an abusive living situation. www.bouldercountysafehouse.org
303.449.8623 admin; 24 hour crisis 303.444.2424; tri-city 303-673-9000
835 North Street, Boulder, 80304
  http://www.safehousealliance.org/
 

SALUD Family Health Center 
Health care for low-income families, including health screening, lab tests, counseling, immunizations, referrals and care for acute illness. Sliding scale.
303.776.3250
220 E Rogers Road, Longmont 80501
  http://www.saludclinic.org/index.html
 

Salvation Army 
One time assistance with utility bill for eligible low income clients, must have shut off notice.
303.440.7183
4455 North Broadway, Boulder, CO 80306; P.O. Box 1197, Boulder, CO 80306
  
 

Service Exchange (Longmont) 

303.678.3228
2345 Bent Way, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Susan Evans
 

Shared Parenting Program 
Boulder parenting exchange and visitation center
303.546.9100
1534 55th Street
  
 

Single Parent Resource Directory - See Boulder County Housing Authority 
Quality, caring service listing for single parents


  
 

Sister Carmen Community Center 
Food bank, food, clothing and furniture for Lafayette and Louisville,Superior residents. Thrift shop for clothing.
303.665.4342
701 West Baseline Road, Lafayette
  
 

Special Transit 
Special Transit provides door-through-door, driver-assisted, wheelchair-accessible, demand-responsive paratransit services for elderly, disabled, low income and rural residents of Boulder and Broomfield Counties and adjacent communities.
303.447.2848
4880 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80301
mary@specialtransit.org  
Mary Cobb
 

St. John Baptist Outreach 
Food bank and emergency assistance with utility payments for eligible low income clients. No fees.
303.776.0737 x 116

  
 

St. John's Stephen Ministries 
Visits and brings communion to area shut-ins
303.776.0737 x 116

  
 

St. Thomas Food Bank 
Food bank
303.442.5931
91414 14th Street, Boulder
  
 

St. Vincent De Paul 
Assistance with utility payments for eligible low income clients. No fees.
303.922.4430 (?)

  
 

St. Vrain Adolescent and Family Services -- See Summit 



  
 

St. Vrain Community Council 
Association of Longmont area non-profit agencies dedicated to working together to meet the human service needs in our community. Over 42 members are active in coordinating and providing services, communicating and sharing information, and developing strategies to meet the needs of Longmont residents.

6363 Horizon Lane, Longmont, CO 80503 or P. O. Box 2261, Longmont, CO 80501
penny@atclongmont.org   
 

St. Vrain Family Center 
Parenting classes; exchange of children; playgroups, peer support, supervised visitation
303.776.5348
P. O.Box 2174, Longmont, 80502 located at 3rd/Terry in 1st Lutheran Church
svvpc@usa.net  http://www.stvrainfamilycenter.org/
Glenda Faus
 

St. Vrain Historical Society 
Seeks to preserve the heritage of Longmont and the St. Vrain Valley. The Society fosters awareness of and appreciation for local history among area citizens through historic education, interpretive programming, and the preservation of structures and sites.
303.776.1870
P. O. Box 705, Longmont, CO 80502
svhsstaff@peakpeak.com  
Dale Bernard
 

St. Vrain Valley Adult Education  
Program assists community members trying to earn their high school diplomas. Also offers ESL (English as a second language) classes.
303.678.5662
619 Bowen Street, Longmont
  
 

St. Vrain Valley Homeless Education Program 

303.702.7809
395 South Pratt Parkway, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Jade Huber
 

St. Vrain Valley Parenting Center (a.k.a. SAFE Center) - - See St. Vrain Family Center 



  
 

St. Vrain Valley School District - Born to Read 
Education for new mothers related to reading
303.776.4790
1418 Sunset, Longmont, CO 80501
  
Dedee Awspew
 

St. Vrain Valley School District - Student Assistance Services 

303.772.7700
395 Pratt Street, Longmont, CO 80502
  
Joann Borys
 

Suicide Survivorís Support Group 
A weekly support group for Suicide Survivors (those who have lost a loved one to suicide) meets at Longmont United Hospital. All survivors are invited to attend as often as they wish; there is no charge for this group. The purpose of this group is to offer solace and hope; it will include an educational portion as well as an opportunity to share and benefit from othersí experience. 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. every Wed. meets in Gaugin Room.
720.304.0460

  
Sherri McIntyre
 

Summit School (ATP) 
Day treatment for emotionally disturbed middle/high school students. No residential facilities.
303.776.7840 + "0"
834 South Sherman, Longmont
  
Sue Peterson
 

Teaching Peace (See Longmont Community Justice Partnership) 
Teaching Peace Program provides skills and opportunities for resolving conflicts and restoring relationships damaged by crime and wrongdoing.
303-776-1527
225 Kimbark Street, Longmont CO 80501 (Location: Courts/Probation); 333 Terry Street, Longmont 80501
btitle@teachingpeace.org  
Beverly Title
 

Thistle Community Housing 
Provides below market rental and homeownership opportunities to low and moderate income households. Permanendtly affordable rental housing available in Boulder and Longmont, as well as home ownership opportunities throughout Boulder County. www.thistlehousing.org
303-776-3833; 303.443.0007 +"0"
Longmont leasing office: 1050 16th Ave., Longmont, CO 80501; Boulder: 1845 Folsom Street, Boulder, CO. 80302
  
 

Time Exchange Network (Longmont) 
Barter Exchange.
303.228.3404
5505 Mt. Evans Place, Longmont, CO 80503
  
Gary Gates
 

Tiny Tim Center 
Developmental pre-school with a low adult child ratio. Kids with high risk. Also provides therapeutic outreach for children birth to age 12. No child care.
303.776.7417
611 Korte Pkwy, Longmont, CO 80501
tinytimorg@aol.com  
TeeDee Keister
 

Tourette Syndrome Association-Rocky Mountain Region 
To provide support and services to individuals and families who are now and will be in the future, diagnosed with and affected by Tourette Syndrome and the associated bio-neurological disorders that often accompany TS
303/774-7707
500 9th Avenue # 2 Longmont, CO. 80501
tsarmr@att.net  
Snow White-Wardell
 

University of Colorado Legal Aid and Defender Program 
Very low cost assistance with criminal and civil cases for low-income clients.
303.492.8126
CU School of Law, Wolf Building, Boulder
  
 

Veterans of Foreign War (VFW)  

303.776.8590
206 South Main Street
  
 

Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program of Boulder County (aka VORP) 
Provides victim/offender mediation for youth/adults involved with the justice system and for community conflicts. Provides peace circles and/or repairative panel, and letters of apology.
303.442.6040
3910 Table Mesa, Boulder, CO 80305
info@bouldervorp.org  
Jessica Byler
 

Voices for Children (C.A.S.A.) 
Child abuse and neglect; associated with CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates
303.440.7059
2305 Canyon #101, Boulder, CO 80302
VFCCasa@aol.com  
Marsha
 

Volunteer Connection 
Volunteering with non-profits in Longmont
303.444-4904
2885 East Aurora Ave., Suite 32, Boulder 80303
staff@volunteerconnection.net  
Penny Dougherty
 

Weatherization - Longs Peak Energy Weatherization 
Weatherization of homes and apartments (owner occupied and rental) including attic insulation, caulking, furnace and water heater repair. Eligibility based on income. 303.441.3912
303.441.3912
Boulder
  
Jennifer Calloway
 

WIC - Boulder County 
Assistance with food for low income
303.678.6130
529 Coffman, Suite 200, Longmont
  http://www.co.boulder.co.us/health/famhlth/wic/index.htm
 

Women's Wilderness Institute 
Wilderness based programs for women and girls
303.938.9191
2885 East Aurora Avenue, Suite 23, Boulder, 80303
  
 

Workforce Boulder County 
To provide comprehensive and effective employment, training, and supportive services. Does not process unemployment benefits!
303.651.1510 + "0"
1500 Kansas Avenue, Suite 4D, Longmont
  http://www.wfbc.org/
 

World Friendship Place 
World Friendship Place finds the children, the money, and the care. Assist children in need of medical treatment internationally. www.worldfriendshipplace.org
720.212.0705
422 Kimbark Street
  
 

YMCA - Child Care Program 
Kindergarten enrichment, before and after shool programs and summer day camps. Fees varies, scholarships available.
303.442.2778
2850 Mapleton Avenue, Boulder
  
 

YMCA - Ed and Ruth Lehman - Longmont 
Providing facilities for healthy bodies and minds - non-profit www.longmontymca.org
303.776.0370
950 Lashley Street, Longmont
bmcgaughey@longmontymca.org  
 

YMCA - Youth Employment Services 
Job referral service for youth ages 12-21. www.ywcaboulder.org
303.442.2778
2815 Mapleton, Boulder, CO 80301
  
 

YWCA - Boulder County 
Provides programs to protect children, empower girls and eliminate racism
303.443.0419
2222 14th Street, Boulder 80302
  
 

YWCA - Career Services 
Individual career and vocational counseling, personality inventory, training in interviewing, resume preparation and job search strategies.
303.443.0419
2223 14th Street, Boulder 80302
  
 

YWCA - Children's Alley 
Temporary child care center, call preceding evening to schedule. Sliding scale.
303.449.1951
2222 14th Street, Boulder 80302
  
 

YWCA - Divorce Education Project 
Workshops on the rights and options of divorcing couples. Fee $5 per workshop.

2223 14th Street, Boulder 80302
  
 
 

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