Denver Salvation Army social services and financial assistance.
Some of the Denver Salvation Army programs offered include the following. Note that qualifications do need to be met by applicants, resources are limited, and any financial assistance will normally require recipients to receive self-sufficiency and make other commitments to the Salvation Army.
Child Care can be facilitated for Denver Colorado families. The Salvation Army and their child and day care services offer working parents a caring, educational, safe, yet affordable environment for their children while they attend work or job training.
Most of the clients who need help with child care expenses are working or attending employment programs. However, with other costs increasing for the average family, the dollar just doesn't seem to stretch far enough to pay these bills. Denver residents who request help are the working poor, low income, and their biggest struggle is often with the unexpected expenses like car repairs or medical bills, or the lack of child support.
Safe Harbor Program – The goal is to assist single homeless men with securing their own permanent housing and gaining new job skills and employment. This housing program uses an all inclusive, holistic method that focuses on meeting the clients emotional, financial, physical, and spiritual needs. Case managers will work with people to help them turn their lives around, and to integrate the homeless into the community as self-sufficient and productive members.
The Salvation Army of Denver provides to people in need Homeless and Transitional Housing, meals, personal items, clothing, Christmas and holiday meals, and also optional church services.
Senior assistance - For older citizens, the elderly, and senior citizens who have limited incomes, who are living alone, and who need help in accessing services, they can turn to the Salvation Army. They can participate in cultural and social activities, get access to food and nutritional meals, and other support. Senior centers provide companionship, which can address social isolation which may result from loss of personal mobility which can lead to sharp declines in physical health and depression.
Silvercrest Senior Residences can provide seniors 62 years or older with disabilities access to low-income, subsidized housing. The primary facilities are located in Denver Colorado, Broomfield, and Colorado Springs. The residences provide seniors with a studio or one-bedroom apartment. All applicants need to be qualified per federal government U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidelines.
Service extension programs can help people in the Denver Colorado area where no established corps community centers exist. These centers and units work with committees of local citizens to identify and meet community needs. Case managers from the Salvation Army will also network with statewide, federal government and interstate Salvation Army programs.
Some of the financial assistance and services offered range from food, dental and medical assistance, help with sending children to summer camp, supplying gasoline and clothing to the needy. In general, the Denver Salvation Army supported service units provide emergency services according to the decisions of local committees and general policies that may be in place. Also learn about their self-sufficiency resources and programs.
Emergency rent, utility, and heating bill assistance may be available. If you have an eviction notice, or if your utilities or power is about to be turned off, help may be available. The Salvation Army may be able to assist with paying rent or utility bills once in a 12 month period. Applicants will need to have a utility shut off notice for utility assistance, or an eviction notice for rent assistance.
Christmas and Thanksgiving programs are available in Denver. Your local Salvation Army center recognizes that during these challenging times, the stress and added financial burden that occurs around the holidays can bring added financial hardships to low income families in need. So the organization offers a variety of services to help families (especially those with children) and individuals make it through the more difficult and challenging holiday seasons.
Holiday Events – The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays provide people with a sense of joy and tradition. Even in especially hard times, acknowledging holiday customs may provide a sense of relief and peace. Because of this, The Salvation Army endeavors to spread hope year-round while also acknowledging religious and national holidays.
Meals and food may be available in order to help struggling families keep food on their table. This is done by providing emergency food assistance or home delivered meals to seniors.
Other assistance includes the Angel Tree, Toys for Tots, winter coats and other programs. Many children from low income families would be without toys or gifts at Christmas. The Salvation Army assists needy children, as they should not go through a hardship because their family is struggling.
Addresses of centers
- 2821 West 65th Place, Denver, CO, dial (303) 428-6430
- 2136 Champa Street, Denver, phone number is (303) 295-336
- 1370 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, Colorado, call (303) 861-4833
- 8214 South Kipling Parkway, Littleton, telephone number is (303) 979-0764
- 4505 West Alameda Avenue, Denver, Colorado (303) 922-4549
- 3460 South Sherman Street #202, Englewood, (303) 761-6111
- 4751 Broadway, Denver, (303) 294-0827
- 2741 Federal Boulevard, Denver, Colorado (303) 477-3758
- 1901 29th Street, Denver, CO, main phone number is (303) 292-9296