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Resources 

The Sims-Fayola Foundation has established this page to offer valuable information and resources for educators, parents, and professionals supporting young men and boys of color. Explore the links below for the latest updates, stories, and connections to enhance your capacity in effectively guiding and nurturing this remarkable population. We welcome your comments, feedback, and connections as we collectively strive to change the narrative and embrace the challenge.

 

Parent Resources:

Mental Health Center of Denver

Located at 4141 E. Dickenson Pl., the Mental Health Center of Denver is committed to fostering community well-being. With a comprehensive range of services, including child and family support, teen and young adult services, and adult recovery programs, they provide crucial mental health resources. Contact: 303-504-6500.

 

Safehouse Denver

Situated at 1649 Downing St., Safehouse Denver offers vital services for those facing domestic violence. Their emergency shelter, intervention programs, and counseling services aim to create a safe haven for individuals and families in distress. Contact: 303-318-9989.

 

Hope Program

Found at 1555 Race St., the Hope Program, managed by the Visiting Nurse Association, operates as a homeless day shelter specifically for individuals dealing with HIV/AIDS. They provide essential services to enhance the well-being of those in need. Contact: 303-832-3354.

 

Colorado Housing Connects

Dial 1-844-926-6632 to connect with Colorado Housing Connects, a resource offering utility payment assistance, information on affordable housing, tenant-landlord mediation, and public benefits assistance. They play a crucial role in ensuring housing stability and support for families.

 

Mile High United Way or 211

For multilingual and confidential assistance, contact Mile High United Way or dial 211. This service connects individuals with critical resources, ranging from food and shelter to rental assistance and childcare, addressing diverse needs within the community.

 

Emergency Outreach Colorado

Available for Denver County residents, Emergency Outreach Colorado provides assistance specifically for Xcel Energy electric or gas utilities. Reach out at assist@nedenverhousing.org for support, contributing to the overall well-being of the community.

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