Food resources during COVID-19
Boulder County is working with community partners to help those affected by COVID-19. This page includes resources for accessing emergency assistance, food and financial assistance, health care and mental health care supports, and child care assistance.
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Local Community Resources
Updated 6/22/2020 Please email us at [email protected] with any updates
Hot Meals (as of 11/23/2020)
Mondays-Fridays from 5-6 pm
2691 30th St.
“Meals on the Street” – Update 11/23/2020 – Not currently operating during COVID-19
Lamb’s Ministry – Update 11/23/2020 – Not currently operating during COVID-19
First Presbyterian Church, Pine & 15th
Breakfast: Thursday, 8 – 9:30am
Lunch: Saturday 12pm
(November – March)
Sunday Soup Program – Update 11/23/2020 – Not currently operating during COVID-19
Lunch at different Church each Sunday of the month:
1st Sunday – St. John’s Episcopal Church – 1419 Pine St. 12:00pm-1:30 pm, 442-5246
2nd Sunday- Trinity Lutheran Church – 2200 Broadway 12:30pm-1:30 pm, 442-2300
3rd Sunday – First United Methodist Church – 1421 Spruce St. 12:30pm -1:30pm, 442-3770
4th Sunday – First Congregational Church – 1128 Pine St. 12:30pm-1:30pm, 442-1787
5th Sunday – First Presbyterian Church – 1820 15th St. 12:30pm-1:30pm, 402-6400
Harvest of Hope
2960 Valmont Road
With Kitchens: 8:30 -10:30am, permitted to visit once a week
Without Kitchens: 1 – 3pm, permitted to visit daily
Emergency Family Assistance Association
1575 Yarmouth Ave.
9am – 4pm
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
Address: 4869 N. Broadway, Boulder
Info: Intake 5-7pm, Open 4:30pm – 10am Daily
Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)
Phone: (303) 449-8623
Info: Safehouse that accepts all genders experiencing domestic violence. Emergency response team, shelter, transitional support, legal services, etc.
Outreach Center Address: 835 North Street, Boulder CO, 80304
Info: For 8 pregnant women. Non-profit, non-political, and non-sectarian.
Address: P.O. Box 19589, Boulder, CO 80308
Email: [email protected]
Info: For 18 and under, 2 programs at 2 houses:
Social Service-placement home in S Boulder with 9-10 semi-permanent kids
Homeless/runaway shelter in downtown Boulder with street outreach program and emergency services for 30
Address: 3080 Broadway, Suite C, Boulder, CO, 80304
Clinica: Provides healthcare to low-income and other underserved 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.
Address: 1333 Iris Ave
Naropa Community Counseling Services: Provides affordable, comprehensive counseling and support. Medicaid accepted and sliding scale offered. Drop-in Community Circle for those that have or are currently experiencing homelessness Tuesdays at 12pm.
Address: 3400 Table Mesa Suite 102
Dental Aid: Provides oral care to low-income and uninsured people in the Front Range.
Address: 4155 Darley Avenue
Boulder County AIDS Project: Provides support to community members who are infected with or affected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
Address: 118 14th St
Rehabs and 12 Step Programs:
Boulder County Addiction Recovery Center: http://www.bouldercounty.org/family/addiction/pages/archome.aspx
Alcoholics Anonymous: http://www.bouldercountyaa.org
Narcotics Anonymous: http://www.naboulder.org/meetings
Sister Carmen Community Center: Free Legal Clinic
Info: 4th Wednesday of each month
Address: 701 Baseline Road Lafayette, CO 80026
University of Colorado: Legal Aid And Defenders Program
Address: CU School of Law, Wolf Law Building, 401 UCB Boulder, CO 80304
Colorado Legal Services
Info: Statewide advocacy and legal support nonprofit
Address: 455 Sherman St #130, Denver
Legal Aid Society: I need Help
Info: National organization
IWW General Defense Committee
Info: International labor organization that provides legal help for the working class. I can’t find a chapter for Colorado or Boulder specifically.
Bridge to Justice
Provides high-quality legal services to people with low incomes.
1123 Spruce Street, Suite 200
Phone: (303) 443-1038