311 Denver Non-emergency help is a phone call away.
Mile High United Way's 2-1-1 Mile High United Way concentrates on helping people of all ages and in all stages of their lives. Search for particular resources in your area by zip code or dial 2-1-1, a multilingual service available 24 hours a day.
RTD Access-a-Ride Transportation for those who are not able to use RTD's regular buses and who qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Denver Human Services Denver Human Services provides both assistance services and protection and prevention services to Denver’s most vulnerable residents. Assistance programs are provided to eligible Denver residents in financial need and include federal food, cash and medical benefits, as well as child care, child support, energy, rental and burial assistance, all designed to help families and individuals toward financial self-sufficiency.
Benefits.gov Designed to help citizens find out what government benefits they may be eligible to receive. Links to benefit programs for all types of people: elderly, veterans, low-income citizens, students, farmers, parents, disaster victims and many more.
Urban Peak Assisting young people to overcome poverty and homelessness by offering services and support to become self-reliant adults.
Bed Bug Fact Sheets Fact sheets for consumers and business managers and owners, available as pdfs for easy printing. In English and Spanish.
Colorado's Child Health Plan Plus A low-cost health insurance program for uninsured Colorado children ages 18 and under whose families earn or own too much to qualify for Medicaid but cannot afford private insurance. En español
Denver's Road Home Denver's program to end homelessness. Call 2-1-1 for direct assistance to homeless people.
Should the situation warrant police involvement, please call either the Police non-emergency number at 720-913-2000 or call 911.
Denver Housing Authority, Section 8 The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (“HCV”) Program is a federal program that provides rental assistance to very low-income families (i.e. families with incomes below 50 percent of area median income).