Services:

Mile High United Way searchable human
services database
http://www.unitedwaydenver.org/site/PageServer?
pagename=gethelp_search

Also call 211 for bilingual assistance from United
Way
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Colorado General Assembly Homepage
http://www.leg.state.co.us/

Project Vote Smart (find your elected officials and
their contact info)
http://www.vote-smart.org/

Life on Capitol Hill Newspaper
News and Services for the Capitol Hill Community
www.lifeoncaphill.com

Food Research and Action Center (FRAC)
http://www.frac.org/
Interfaith Climate Change Network
http://www.protectingcreation.org/
MoveOn.org
http://www.moveon.org/

Federal Pie Chart (where your tax money really
goes) from the War Resisters League
http://warresisters.org/piechart.htm

Interfaith Worker Justice
http://www.iwj.org/
Services and Additional Resources
Capitol Hill United Ministries
CHUM member churches and associated organizations that offer direct services in  the
Capitol Hill area:

Capitol Hill Family Initiative Collaborative
South West corner of 16th Ave. and York streets (Old synagogue bldg.).
Provides family services and support, assistance with food, rent, TANF mix-ups,
medical care, truancy, parenting, child care, substance abuse treatment and much
more.
Contact: Angela Beckley or Rosa Vergil-Garcia   303-331-9597

DenUM-Denver Urban Ministries                                                               
Contact: Tammy Mulligan, E.D.       303-355-4896
Provides assistance with job search, food and some financial assistance.

Metro CareRing                        Contact: Brad Wood 303-860-7200
Food Pantry
Individual meetings with trained volunteers for referrals and assistance
Help obtaining ID in conjunction with Holy Ghost Church.

Christ’s Body Ministries   Contact: John Moorhead, Director       303-860-1272
Daily meals and clothing bank (serves mostly, but not exclusively, single men)
Saturday (?) lunch at Colfax & Pearl.

Network Coffee House and St James Urban Parish    Contact: Rev. John Hicks
303-830-1508  Hospitable space for people to ‘hang out’, play chess, drink coffee,
possibly wash clothes.

Metropolitan Community Church of the Rockies (MCCR)
Food Pantry
JobStart program, especially for folks with criminal backgrounds, but will accept
anyone. Contact: Andi Mares, 303-860-1819 x17,
jobstart@mccrockies.org

Regional AIDS Interfaith Network  Contact: Rev. David Cooper, E.D.
303-355-5665      Support services for people living with HIV/AIDS.

St Paul’s Lutheran Church                 303-839-1432
Local Assistance Ministry        
Tuesdays, Thursdays 2pm-4pm first come, first served basis for financial         
assistance with rent, prescriptions and transportation.
Referrals and follow up

Grant Ave. Street Reach
Free Monday afternoon spaghetti dinner, 1-5pm.

Trinity United Methodist Church       
303-8391493                                                                
Tuesday morning -financial assistance and referrals.

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church        303-831-7023

Limited financial assistance w/ referral
King Soopers gift certificates (when available)

St Luke’s Ministry-C.N.A. Training

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Metro Denver, (not a CHUM member, but housed
at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, which is a member)
Provides shelter and case management for homeless families
Contact: Kate Rose

Turnabout, Inc.-Job training and placement for x-felons
Contact: Tina Yankee        303-813-0005

CHARG Resource Center CHARG Resource Center is a Mental Health Clinic and
Drop in Center for the Mentally Ill. website:
http:/www.charg.org
Phone no. 303-830-8805.

CHP-Child Health Plan Plus-Health insurance for low-income children-Encourages
churches and community service groups to educate ourselves about CHP +, sign-ups
are low. Regional Outreach Coordinators are available to follow up with your group and
share information about getting kids signed up. E-mail christinedauchot@maximus.com
or fax requests to 303-832-8352.

A message from Mayor Hickenlooper on January 12th , via CHUN Flash e-news,
encourages all of us to continue to be patient with city snow removal, to check in on
elderly or disabled neighbors and others who may not be able to get out and about,
and especially to care for the most vulnerable to the cold—the homeless in our
community. The letter states, “If anyone comes across a homeless person or persons
that need assistance, they can contact the Denver Outreach Collaborative in the
following manner:  6am-10pm call (303) 285-5258. If you reach voicemail, call (720)
629-2007.
If police are needed, call the non-emergency number, (720) 913-2000 or 911.

Give two hours of your time to help homeless and hungry people in the city.

Members of St. Paul Lutheran Church invite you to spend two hours with us, helping
at an amazing ministry to some of Denver’s neediest people. Grant Avenue Street
Reach provides a free meal—gourmet spaghetti, on real dishes—to people in our
neighborhood, every Monday, 1-5 pm. We invite you to accompany one of our servers
as they work at the meal and begin the cleanup - 4-6 pm on any Monday. Bring a
friend. Bring the whole family! This is a good opportunity for you to spend some quality
time with your children. We’ll meet you at the door, give you a tour and put you to work.
We’ll close with a short reflection on the experience. We hope this schedule makes it
possible for you to come after work or school, especially if you work downtown. We can
arrange for other hours on Mondays as well. Contact:
      Jan Miller,
jan@StPaulDenver.org

Mondays at 9am-Coupon Clipping at Warren United Methodist Church (at 14th &
Gilpin),
Volunteers needed for clipping AND to place the coupons on items at King
Soopers. Contact Karen Hansen at 303-394-3419 or
hanseldog1@yahoo.com.