Boulder Community Resources

There are many agencies in our community that provide emergency assistance, on-going support, and a range of services to help people on their path of self-sufficiency.

If you need food

Community Food Share: Distributes food to dozens of local agencies. You can see a complete list of places in the area where you can get food assistance any day of the week that is convenient for you.

If you need Shelter

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless: Provides overnight shelter and transitional services for homeless adults that have completed the Coordinated Entry Screening.

Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA): Provides food, shelter, and other assistance to families, people with disabilities, and seniors.

If you need medical care or mental health assistance…

Clinica: Provides health care to low-income and other under-served people in southeastern Boulder, Broomfield, and western Adams Counties.

Mental Health Partners of Boulder County: Provides comprehensive psychiatric services to patients regardless of their ability to pay.

Dental Aid: Provides oral care to low-income and uninsured people in the Front Range.

Other Resources

THE SOURCE: Attention Homes, runaway and homeless youth (12 to 24 years), 24-hour help
3080 Broadway • 303-447-1207

Addiction Recovery Center: Services offered: Detox and referral to substance abuse treatment programs.
3180 Airport Road • 303-441-1281

Boulder County AIDS Project: Provides support to community members who are infected with or affected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Free, rapid, & anonymous HIV, Hep C testing. Free needle exchange M-F, 2 PM - 5 PM
2118 14th Street • 303-444-6121 | Click here for contact details.

Center for People with Disabilities: Resources, information and advocacy. Clothing and Personal Items.
1675 Range St • 303-442-8662

Deacon’s Closet: Thursdays, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
First Presbyterian Annex, 1603 Walnut

Dental Aid
4155 Darley Ave • 303 499-7010

Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA): Assistance for families. People without kitchens M-F 12 PM-2 PM, People with kitchens MTWF 9 Am -11 AM, Thursday 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
1575 Yarmouth • 303-442-3042

Emergency Psychiatric Crisis Line
1-844-493-8255 (TALK)

Mental Health Partners: Emergency Psych Service, 24-Hour Walk In Clinic
3180 Airport Rd., & mobile response • 303-447-1665

Mental Health Partner  Ryan Wellness Center: Main number for intakes, appointments, and pharmacy.
1000 Alpine Ave. • 303-443-8500

MESA Rape Crisis Hotline:

Little Flower Maternity Home: Pregnant moms ages 18+ live free in Lafayette home until baby is 6 mos.

Mother House: Residential program for pregnant women (18+)

OUT Boulder, LGBTQ Community:
2132 14th St. • 303-499-5777

People’s Clinic & Clinica Family Health Services: Walk-in hours: Tues 8 AM – 10:00 AM, Thurs 2 PM – 4 PM
2525 13th St. • 303-650-4460

Reverence Movement: Women’s Day Shelter and Advocacy Group, Monday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Pine Street Church, 1237 Pine Street, Boulder, CO • 720-432-3283

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN): Provides emergency shelter, transitional, services, and counseling to victims of domestic violence. Counseling, legal advocacy, and support groups. Emergency safe shelter for survivors fleeing abuse.
24/7 Crisis Hotline 303-444-2424 • Click here for contact details


VA Crisis line:

Substance Abuse Rehab for Veterans: Veteran who struggles with substance abuse don't need to fight alone. They can receive a variety of services for free from the VA including help detoxing, treatment in facilities, individual or group therapy, medications, and other services. Click here for information details.

Veterans Helping Veterans Now: Conducts support groups for veterans and their families and provides referrals to benefits and services.
303-772-9777 • Click here for contact details.