The bilingual staff at MSU Denver’s Immigrant Services Program can assist with questions about applying, paying for, and succeeding in higher education.
A Ministry of the Archdiocese of Denver, promotes the common good of the Hispanic community through education, family support, integration, and leadership formation.
Code the Dream offers free intensive training in software development regardless of immigration status.
All Code the Dream (CTD) classes are free and are offered remotely nationwide. CTD offers a diverse and supportive community, where students learn from experienced software developers and from each other.
Small Business Majority is a national small business organization that empowers America’s diverse entrepreneurs to build a thriving and equitable economy.
Venturize.org is a free online resource hub for small business owners like you that need help accessing tools and information to sustain and grow your business.
The Undocumented Student Services at Anschutz Medical Campus is committed to providing academic, social, and mental health support to students who identify as DACA, ASSET, Asylee/Refugee, or Mixed Family status.
Equal Language aspires to provide low-cost interpreting, translating, and transcription services to all qualifying immigrants and refugees. Our mission is to offer language equality for immigrants/refugees who may be subject to social injustice due to legal status or language barriers.
The mission of the Hispanic Affairs Project is to promote the integration of immigrants in Western Colorado through advocacy, leadership development and providing key services.
Ithaka has been housing low-income members of our community for 40 years.
We are committed to providing support and community to all our residents so that they can achieve a self-determined vision for their own lives.
We provide safe, affordable, and supportive transitional housing services for approximately 100 residents; including seniors, immigrants, families in housing crisis, those leaving incarceration and those exiting homelessness.
Outdoor G.I.R.L.S. is a weekly after school program for immigrant, refugee, and asylee girls.
The Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County is a nonprofit law firm providing direct legal assistance related to family-based immigration matters.
Colorado’s Human Trafficking Hotline is a 24/7 hotline and resource directory managed by the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking, a Colorado-based nonprofit organization. Colorado’s Human Trafficking Hotline is a survivor-informed resource created to connect individuals experiencing exploitation, individuals reporting potential human trafficking tips, and service providers in search of referral resources with available support services in a safe and anonymous manner.
Our Mission is to provide healthy supplemental food to Boulder families and individuals in need of food assistance within a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental environment.
Our goal is to provide quality medical care to members of the Greater Longmont Community. We are a 501(c)3 charitable clinic. We accept Medicaid and Medicare, as well as a sliding scale for uninsured patients.
AdvanceEDU is a Denver-based nonprofit helping Coloradans who want to earn a career-relevant degree and start a meaningful career do so affordably with personalized coaching, academic support, and career connections from a team focused on helping you succeed.
OUR Center helps people move toward self-sufficiency by unifying community resources.
Hunger Free Colorado, a statewide nonprofit organization, connects people to food resources to meet existing needs and drives policy, systems and social change to end hunger. We envision a day when every Coloradan has equitable access to the nutritious food needed to thrive and reach their full potential.
Aurora Mental Health Center is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic offering services to address a wide range of mental health conditions. Individuals and families rely on us to help them cope with a variety of challenges. Our staff of physicians, nurses, psychologists, therapists, and peers works with all age groups, from children to seniors.
The Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC) provides psychological support to individuals and communities who have experienced stress, adversity and/or trauma. We utilize an integrative, need and strengths-based approach that is culturally informed. Our services are continually evaluated to ensure effectiveness and are not restricted by status.
AMA is a student organization at Colorado College (Colorado Springs) dedicated to assisting community students whose parents in many cases do not speak English fluently and are unable to help their children with their homework. AMA provides weekly tutoring sessions in English and Spanish, to help students from Middle-School and High-School to improve their speaking, reading, writing, and homework skills. Adding to this, AMA also provides children with fun educational activities, snacks, and transportation accommodation when necessary. We aim to decrease obstacles to access educational resources while trying to help student learn through friendship and various activities.
Students learn the skills needed to read, write and speak in English at levels necessary to function in a job, in the family and in society.
La Cocina provides full access to traditional and nontraditional forms of mental health and health equity support services for the Latinx immigrant community.
English language classes, a community-run food access program, an organic urban farm, a comprehensive care dental clinic, Community Navigators and Family Partners
Get help filling out your forms, and Scholarships. Undocumented & DACAmented are welcome
Towards Justice is a nonprofit legal organization that defends workers and their rights through impact litigation and policy advocacy in our home state of Colorado and across the country.
The Accompaniment and Sanctuary Coalition Colorado Springs (ASC COS) helps with government navigation in a variety of ways. No matter your status,
Bondadosa believe’s that delivering fresh meals can help students learn, grow, and reach their fullest potential! We’ve brought thousands of meal boxes to students throughout the Denver area and are excited to deliver many more!
The Accompaniment and Sanctuary Coalition Colorado Springs (ASC COS) can help connect clients to free pantries in the Pikes Peak Region.
The Accompaniment and Sanctuary Coalition Colorado Springs (ASC COS) can help Financially and with government navigation in a variety of ways. No matter your status.
General immigration consultation to review your immigration history and potential forms of relief.
APDC provides victims assistance and support to those who have witnessed a crime.
The mission of Motus Theater is to create original theater to facilitate dialogue on critical issues of our time.
Affordable Refurbished Desktop & Laptop Computers
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Transportation (locally and within the state), interpretation, translation, court accompaniment and more.
Fitzsimons Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit full-service financial institution serving the Colorado communities of Denver metro. They don’t ask for SSN but do ask for ITIN
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Voces Unidas Action Fund helps elect progressive candidates, holds elected officials accountable, fights for progressive policy solutions, and trains and elects the next generation of local Latina and Latino elected leaders.
Voces Unidas de las Montañas, creates opportunities where Latinas and Latinos advocate for themselves, actively participate in all civic institutions, and take leadership roles in all decision-making tables.
Located in Summit County, Colorado, FIRC works to strengthen local families through education and financial resources. We believe strong sustainable families are the key to a strong and healthy community. We focus on families with dependent children, seniors, and people with disabilities.
The Denver Health Financial Assistance Program provides, Medical and Dental care assistance.
Collaborating with Denver’s multicultural community to create equitable opportunities for learning, discovery, and connection.
RMIAN is a nonprofit organization that serves low-income adults, and children in immigration proceedings throughout the state of Colorado.
You can’t defend your rights if you don’t know them.
Catholic Charities represent clients in a variety of immigration processes, including U Visas, T Visas, VAWA, family petitions, consular processing, DACA, adjustment of status, green card renewals, and citizenship.
Mountain Dreamers supports and advocates for all immigrants and their families in the mountain region of Colorado.
MD assists immigrants for free, one-on-one, with the process of applying for and obtaining a CO RCSA (SB251) Driver’s License, and can schedule DMV appointments.
Community College of Denver (CCD) welcomes ASSET/ DREAMer students! Pursuing an education is important and can sometimes feel overwhelming. CCD has dedicated staff to help you through the process and make you feel at home.
Juntos 2 College prepares undocumented high school seniors for career success by supporting them through the DACA application process and the entrepreneurial process in order to earn income legally.
To provide equitable resources and outcomes to ensure that all migrant children/youth are postsecondary and workforce ready and that all families are empowered to succeed.
Meet 1-on-1 with an attorney to discuss your legal issues related to Business, Immigration, Employment, Housing, and Family Law.
Our Career Pathways program teaches job-seekers the skills they need to succeed in today’s workplace through workshops, intensive career readiness and industry specific training, 1-on-1 career coaching, and connection to higher education.
The Center for Inclusion and Social Change at the University of Colorado, Boulder provides support and advocate for under-represented students on campus, including our undocumented, mixed status, DACAmented, and wider Dreamer community.
Professor Chapin and her students at CU Law School defend immigrants in a wide variety of legal matters, including court cases in both state criminal court, federal immigration court and DACA assistance.
To connect and empower immigrants with resources to achieve legal documentation, fulfill their economic needs, and integrate into the community.
Alianza NORCO provides free culturally-attuned, bilingual navigation services to undocumented immigrants. We currently guide clients through the SB251 Driver’s License process
We educate, train, and support youth and adults on their path to economic success.
El Grupo VIDA is a network of Hispanic/Latino parents formed to provide mutual support for people with disabilities or special needs, their parents, family, and guardians.
MotherWise empowers women and their families to thrive during pregnancy and after a new baby is born.
Judi’s House provides support to children and families grieving a death. Services are provided to youth ages 3 to 25, and their families at no charge.
Imagine! offers services to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Some programs are offered regardless of immigration status.
The Justice Center provides free legal aid in the Pikes Peak region. We prioritize help for immigrants in Colorado, regardless of citizenship or immigration status. Clients can obtain free legal advice at our clinics or free or reduced cost representation in court. The Justice Center also offers educational resources on family law, housing law, and immigration law.
Focus Points Family Resource Center provides diverse programming for families, including Adult Education, Early Childhood programs, Family Support Services, WorkForce, and much more.
Metro Caring provides direct access to nutritious food while addressing root causes of hunger such as housing and the lack of resources to undocumented folks.
This program supports UCCS Undocumented/DACA/ASSET students, also referred to as Dreamers, and other multicultural students who receive the additional attention, advocacy, and support of the MOSAIC office.
Protect yourself, your family & your community. The 1st step to securing your family’s future is to Know Your Rights!
Witnessing ICE activity, or think you might be? Want to report a past interaction with ICE? Call the Colorado Rapid Response Network
We support immigrant youth as they find power in their migrant experience and use it to enrich themselves and their communities.
The mission of INSPiRE is to ignite, train, and invest in youth to become Change Agents in their schools, families and communities.
Are you in the process of DACA or naturalization applications? Our legal services team is ready to help!
The Colorado Road and Community Safety Act (CO-RCSA), otherwise known as SB-251 or driver’s licenses for all, provides drivers licenses to all Colorado residents, regardless of immigration status.
The Left Behind Workers Fund aims to provide financial assistance to tens of thousands of workers in Colorado who won’t receive stimulus checks or other Federal financial aid.
The fund distributes cash grants to individuals and families across the state.
Our Immigrant Family Initiative provides mental health services specifically to families and children who are experiencing trauma or stress as a result of their immigration status or situation.
Services offered to families experiencing trauma due to immigration.
Trainings- empower families in growth and well- being
Support groups- to share stories and heal from experiences.
Individual/family therapy- bilingual therapists with experience with immigration issues who individuals and families through, heal, and overcome experiences.
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As we continue to invite other organizations to join our efforts, we can prioritize according to your feedback. If there is a specific support request not on our website, feel free to email us with your suggestion.