Counseling and Community Resources

  • Colorado Crisis Services  is a local crisis line, offering support for urgent crisis support. Department of Human Services |
  • Local facilities are doing their best to manage mental health crises as well as exposure COVID-19. 
  • The following facilities will do FREE assessments and some have moved to telehealth-based screenings before having them come to the facility:
    • Centennial Peaks
    • Mountain Crest/Poudre Valley Health Crisis Assessment Center
    • Denver Springs
    • Highlands Behavioral Health
    • Clearview Behavioral Health
    • Cedar Springs

Longmont Children, Youth, and Families
Children, Youth and Families mission is to “inspire and empower children, youth and families to be active responsible members of society while strengthening the connection with the community.” They provide short-term counseling services, after-school programs, bilingual (English/Spanish) services, family assistance services, and more.
Click here to visit their website.

Mental Health Partners- Longmont
Mental Health Partners is a community supported non-profit providing comprehensive psychiatric services to county residents regardless of their ability to pay. Many programs and services are available including school-based programs, substance abuse treatment, rape crisis counseling, advocacy, and education.  Mental Health Partners offers bilingual/bicultural services and an in-house pharmacy.
Click here to visit the website.

SVVSD Homeless Education Liaison
Luis Chavez
Supports students that fall under McKinney-Vento services. Students in foster care or kinship care do not fall under McKinney-Vento. Assist with access to transportation, free/reduced lunch, and community resources.

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
Shelter Services for ages 18+

Broadway Youth Shelter (Attention Homes)
303-447-1206 x 30
Temporary Shelter for ages 12-18

Longmont Housing Opportunities Team
Emergency Shelter options and After Hours Street Outreach Services available. Work with multiple partner agencies to reduce homelessness.

The INN Between of Longmont, Inc
250 Kimbark St, Longmont
Provides transitional housing along with case management services. Housing for independent youth who are attending school. After school tutoring available for K-12 students.

OUR Center
250 3rd Ave, Longmont
Food Pantry: 303-772-5529
M-F 9-3
Free Breakfast on weekdays
Hot lunch available 7 days a week from 11:30-1

Sister Carmen Community Center
655 Aspen Ridge Dr., Lafayette, CO
Provides assistance to East Boulder County residents without discrimination in areas of Nutrition and Healthy Living, Family Advocacy and Children’s Services. Also have on-site thrift store.

Food Stamps
Boulder: 303-441-1200
Longmont: 303-678-6000
Firestone/Frederick/Dacono: 720-652-4230
Social Services offers as aid for low income persons.
Call Local office to apply.

WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
Boulder M-F; 303-413-7520
Longmont M-F: 303-678-6130
WIC is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, healthy food and other services free of charge to Colorado families who qualify. Apply for WIC through local office or call 303-692-2400.

Boulder County Department of Housing and
Human Services
Offers countywide rental assistance, public housing and a wide range of housing support services to low income families, seniors, and people with disabilities. Services include Section 8, Home ownership program, Longs Peak Energy Conservation, Family Self-Sufficiency, housing and foreclosure prevention counseling, financial management classes.

E.F.A.A. (Emergency Family Assistance Assoc.)
1575 Yarmouth Ave, Boulder, CO 80304
EFAA helps those in our community whose immediate needs for food, shelter and other basic necessities cannot be adequately met by other
means, and supports their efforts toward financial stability or self-sufficiency.

L.E.A.P (Low-income Energy Assistance
Can apply online or mail in application to local county DHS office.

Longmont Housing Authority
1228 Main St., Longmont
Provide housing and related services to low and moderate income families, elderly and disabled households, including section 8, rental assistance, Housing

CHP Plus
1-800-359-1991 toll free/bilingual
Low cost health insurance for Colorado children and pregnant women. Income based.

2000 W. South Boulder Rd., Lafayette, CO 80026

Offering Comprehensive medical services, minor surgical procedures, behavioral health services, nutrition services, group visits, case management services, pharmacy outlet, and dental hygienist services for children. Financial screening and assistance with application for Medicaid, CHP+ and other insurance options.

Dental Aid
1715 Princess Drive
Longmont, CO 80501
Comprehensive dental care regardless of financial status. Non-profit organization. Provides free dental care for uninsured children ages 0-20 on “Give Kids a Smile Day”; watch for dates that occur annually.

Salud Family Health Center
220 E. Rogers Road, Longmont, CO 80501
5995 Iris Parkway, Frederick, CO 80530
Accept Medicaid and most third party insurance at this time (Medicare, Private Insurance, CHP+). Provide medical, dental, behavioral healthcare and pharmacy

Boulder County Healthy Kids Initiative
Serving children in both BVSD and SVVSD. Assist families with application for Medicaid and access to medical and dental services.

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