Benefits in Action is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting our diverse community with a focus on the elderly and underserved to improve their understanding, access, and utilization of food- and health-related benefits to enhance food security, health, and well-being.
Catholic Charities caring, competent licensed professional counselors offer a variety of counseling services in a comfortable and compassionate environment, providing hope and encouragement. Services are offered on a sliding scale, based upon ability to pay.
Provides services for families with minor children who are homeless, on the verge of homelessness, or low income. Services include case management with onsite child care while you meet with a case manager, limited financial assistance, access to computers, gas and bus pass assistance, and more.
The Colorado Springs Pregnancy Center offers options counsel, support and alternatives to those facing an unexpected pregnancy. All services at the are free of charge, including: pregnancy tests, STD testing, ultrasounds (limited)and emergency assistance such as diapers, formula, and maternity and baby clothing.
844-493-8255 (Mental health crisis line)
Diversus Health provides behavioral health care to our community. Our continuum of care includes mental health and substance abuse services as well as career and education enhancement programs for individuals and families.
Envision:You seeks to close gaps in behavioral health outcomes for LGBTQ+ individuals through co-created community programming, advocacy engagement, public awareness campaigns, and evidence-based training.
A donation-based and volunteer-run non profit organization with a special partnership with Bed Bath and Beyond and Walmart. Our charitable store offers a variety of items, such as bedding, vacuums, fans, bathroom and kitchen supplies, school supplies, clothing, and more for individuals and families in need. There is no cost to participate in our program, but we do welcome monetary donations, of whatever shoppers can afford.
The Independence Center is a local nonprofit organization that provides traditional and self-directed home health care, independent living, and advocacy services for people with disabilities. These services range from providing peer support, skills classes, and employment assistance to individuals and advocacy to affect change within and outside the disabilities system.
An innovative counseling center committed to developing healthy individuals and families through comprehensive and progressive programs for treating mental health and substance related or behavioral addictions.
At LifeStance, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to mental health. Clinicians include psychiatrists, psychologists, and licensed therapists who are ready to support you. LifeStance offers both in-person and telehealth appointments, so you get the care you need in the format that serves you best. They accept most insurance plans.
719-227-8899 (Refugee & Asylee)
Founded in 1948 to provide adoptive placement for babies, over time programs were added to meet new community needs: birth parent counseling, foster care, aging services, international adoptions, services to refugees, aid following disasters, and parent education.
Day center for homeless youth ages 15-24 to receive a variety of services such as case management, hygiene and cold weather supplies, housing resources, employment assistance, and much more.
Servicios de la Raza’s mission is to provide and educated for culturally responsive, essential human services and opportunities. Includes statewide services in mental health (spanish speaking).
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.
719-633-3819 (Crisis line)
TESSA’s Safehouse provides emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, and support to female survivors and their children. The Safehouse Program can provide short-term safe shelter vouchers for local hotels to male victims and their children.
Although most cancers occur sporadically, some people may develop cancer due to hereditary changes in cancer predisposition genes. Individuals who want to know if they have an increased likelihood of developing certain cancers or if they inherited a gene that contributed to their own or a family member’s cancer should consult with a genetic counselor for risk assessment, possible genetic testing and risk-reduction information.
Voces Unidas for Justice provides an environment for Latin@s embracing the richness of our identities while building empowerment & leadership around issues of justice, equality, & safety; with the main objectives of access to safety services, creating community-based advocacy for accessing social networks and services, and building community leadership in order to end domestic and sexual violence, and stalking for all people.