Hunger Free Hotline is a statewide organization dedicated to ending hunger in Colorado. If you need food assistance, please call 720-382-2920 (Denver Metro) or 855-855-4626 (statewide). Visit hungerfreecolorado.org for more information.
Do you need help paying for day care? The Denver Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) helps eligible low income families afford child care. CCAP provides financial assistance for newborns to children up to age 13 and for special needs youth up through age 18.
Clothes to Kids of Denver – an organization dedicated to providing new and quality used clothing to low-income, school-age children in Denver County. Children who are eligible for free or reduced lunch in DPS can qualify to receive a week’s worth of free school clothing. For more information or to receive a referral, please contact Lee McClure in the Health Office at 720-424-9401 or the school psychologist, Alison Albrechta, at 720-424-9397.
Jewish Family Service Safety Net Program – a nonprofit organization that offers living and food assistance to families that qualify. There is an on-site food pantry and available case managers to assist families with homeless prevention. The building is located on 3201 S. Tamarac Dr., Denver, CO 80231. Please call their phone number at 303-597-5000 to begin the approval process. For more information, visit their website at www.jewishfamilyservice.org or contact the school psychologist (Alison Albrechta) at 720-424-9397.
Bradley’s Kids Closet — At Bradley International, we are here to support ALL families with clothing needs! If you have any questions, or are in immediate need of clothing, give us a call at 720-424-9465.
Two FREE Clothing Swaps will be held in the fall and spring. Look for more information in Bradley’s Weekly Emails and in your child’s Friday Folder.