Marian House Client Services provides emergency and transition services to people who come into the Marian House for a meal, as well as people in the broader community who call in for assistance. We provide services to low-income families, the working poor, seniors on a fixed income, veterans, people who are homeless, and anyone else in need.
Resource center for all veterans resources: behavioral health counseling, employment and transition support, job placement, internships, benefits support, housing assistance, legal, education assistance, financial coaching. Vet organizations present. Clinic next door. For veterans and family of veterans.
The purpose of the Pikes Peak Veteran Housing Fund is to get veterans experiencing homelessness into housing. The Fund offers financial assistance to veterans to help them obtain housing as well as offering compensation to landlords if damages and unpaid rent are incurred.
Homes for All Veterans provides a wide range of services designed to promote housing stability and alleviate chronic homelessness. Walk-ins for assessment and applications are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8am-5pm.
Silver Key’s Case Management team assists seniors and their families as they navigate the aging process which can include emergency assistance for rent and utilities. Silver key also offers a number of food services ranging from an emergency pantry, to lunches, to Meals on Wheels.
Tri-Lakes Cares is a community based, volunteer supported resource center whose purpose is to improve people’s lives through emergency, self-sufficiency and relief programs such as food, rent, utilities, and medical assistance.
Westside CARES is an ecumenical and interfaith, nonprofit collaboration providing crisis human services such as food pantries, medical, rent, and utilities assistance. Services are available for those living west of I-25.
Hours: Monday – Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.