Community Resources offers supportive programs that strengthen community and provide resources. Free services are funded by Arapahoe County and various state and federal grants.
These programs create opportunities and enhance quality of life for Arapahoe County residents. Services support older adults, jobseekers, low/moderate income families, veterans, the justice involved, the business community and individuals with disabilities. Katherine Smith is the director of Community Resources.
Call 303-738-8040 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for more information about services.
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Financial assistance and resources including rent and mortgage assistance, fair housing and more.
Community development grant funding for public service, facilities and infrastructure and affordable housing projects.
Community services hours, prison release and direct sentencing and pre-trial release programs are provided by Judicial Services. These programs reduce recidivism and promote restorative justice. They also save taxpayer dollars by increasing safety and reducing strain on our jails and emergency service providers.
Keeping older adults living independently in their homes. Programs include light housekeeping, chore services, transportation and more.
Get help from a fellow veteran to navigate benefits through the VA.
Provides energy efficiency and safety improvements for local homes. Save money and improve your quality of life. See if you qualify today!
Citizen Boards & Committees
Community Resources staff and leadership serve as liaison to several citizen boards and committees including: