Information is as of April 2016. Please see City of Aurora website for the most up-to-date information

Aurora Services: 

Adams County Workforce Career development tools and assistance, resume help, basic computer and resume classes. Contact: 303.375.2980  Location: 3155 Chambers Rd., Unit C, Aurora, CO 80011

Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Resources and workshops for a self-directed job search, one-on-one employment counseling, and training assistance. Contact303.636.1160, Location: Various

Arapahoe House, Inc.  Inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment Contact: 303.657.3700, Location: Various

Asian Pacific Development Center Culturally appropriate mental/behavioral health services, primary healthcare, adult education, and related services directed towards Asian immigrants and refugees. Contact: 303.923.2920, Location: 1537 Alton St, Aurora, CO 80010

Aurora Community Connection Bilingual family resource center with after school tutoring, youth and adult ESL classes, a variety of courses and programs, and referrals/resources. Contact: 720-975-0147 Location: 9801 E. Colfax Ave, Ste.200, Aurora, CO 80010

Aurora Interfaith Community Services Food bank, clothing, emergency medication, bus tickets, and referrals/resources.  By appointment only. Contact:  303.360.0260  Location: 1553 Clinton Street, Aurora, CO 80010

Aurora Mental Health Center A variety of mental, behavioral, and emotional health counseling and treatment programs for adults, youth, and families.  Contact: 303.617.2300 Location: Various

Aurora Strong Resilience Center Free therapy groups. Art, exercise, and music classes. Contact: 303.739.1580  Location: 1298 Peoria Street, South Side Garden Level Entry, Aurora, CO 80011

Aurora Warms the Night Emergency cold weather motel vouchers in temperatures below 20 degrees along with food, winter clothing, hygiene kits, and referrals to PATH program. Contact: 303.361.6905, Location: 1544 Elmira Street  Aurora, Colorado 80010

Aurora Welcome Center Integration and support of immigrants through courses in health, citizenship, ESL, legal rights, and parenting. Contact: 303-365-5730, Location: 1085 Peoria Street, Aurora, CO 80011

BPB Floyd House Inc. Transitional housing, treatment, and education services for previously incarcerated person. Contact: 720.668.6540 

Colfax Community Network Support services, food pantry, and after-school programs for families living in transient housing and motels. Contact: 303.360.9175, Location: 1585 Kingston Street, Aurora 80010

Comitis Crisis Center Overnight shelter for families, individuals, and veterans. Mental health and substance abuse services through Mile High Behavioral Healthcare. Contact:303.341.9160 Location: 2178 Victor Street, Aurora, CO 80045

Friends of St. Andrews Emergency food baskets, hot meals, hygiene kits, telephone access, informational and referral services. Contact: 303.364.2329 Location: 1525 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO 80010

Gateway Battered Women’s Services Shelter and support for women and children fleeing domestic violence situations Contact: 303.343.1856 (informational number), 303.343.1851 (crisis line) Location: Confidential

Home of Our Own One-time assistance with first month’s rent, security deposit, and/or utility deposit to Aurora residents living in motel/hotel. Does not have low-income housing or provide emergency shelter. Contact: 303.739.7910; 303.739.7911

It Takes A Village Community organization for people of color that includes health services, rental/utility assistance, and emotional support groups. Contact: 303.367.4747, Location: 1475 Lima Street, Aurora, CO 80010

Little Flower Center (Catholic Charities) Food and clothing assistance, help with money management and job search, and referrals. Contact:303.360.9686 Location: 11149 E 14th Ave, Aurora, CO 80010

Families Forward Resource Center Family advocacy through counseling, parenting services, health programs, and referrals. Contact: 303.307.0718 Location: 1085 Peoria Street, Suite 119, Aurora, CO 80011

PATH Program Clinical case management and mental health services along with assistance in benefits acquisition, vocational training, and housing Contact: 303.364.3481 Location: 1544 Elmira Street, Aurora, CO 80010

The Salvation Army- Aurora Corps and Community Center Social services, food bank, and youth programs and classes. Contact:303.364.1956 Location: 802 Quari Court, Aurora, CO 80011

Second Chance Center Counseling, employment preparation, and housing programs for formerly incarcerated men and women. Contact: 303.537.5838 Location: 9722 East 16th Ave, Aurora, Colorado 80010


Adams County Human Services Contact: 303.287.8831 Location: 7190 Colorado Blvd. Commerce City, CO  80022

Arapahoe County Human Services Contact: 303.636.1130 Location: 14980 E. Alameda Drive, Aurora, CO 80012

Rocky Mountain Human Services Contact: 303.636.5600 Location: 9900 East Iliff Avenue, Denver, CO 80231

Social Security Office Contact: 800.772.1213 Location: 14280 E Jewell Ave #250, Aurora, CO 80012

Tri-County Health Department Contact: Various Location: Various


Aurora Housing Authority Contact: 720.251.2100 Location: 2280 S. Xanadu Way, Aurora CO 80014

Community Housing Partners Contact: 720.278.6557   Location: 3090 S. Jamaica Ct. #100, Aurora CO 80014

(several agencies other listed also provide assistance with housing) 


Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN) Low cost clinical, dental, prenatal, and behavioral healthcare across the metro region accepting Medicare/Medicaid . Contact: 303.360.6276 Location: Various

Dawn Clinic  Free clinic for the uninsured providing medical, physical therapy and dental services as well as insurance enrollment and health education Contact: 303.800.9677 Location: 1445 Dayton St., Aurora, CO 80010

Healthy Smiles Clinic Dental care for school aged children who are insured (including Medicaid) and uninsured Contact: 720.777.6788

Crisis/Help Hotlines: 

Call 911 for emergency situations

Aurora Police Department non-emergency: 303.627.3100

2-1-1 Mile High United Way  Community resource and referral service connecting to food, shelter, rent assistance, clothing, child care options and other types of community assistance Dial 211

Colorado Crisis & Support Hotline 24/7 support and guidance for those struggling with a mental or emotional problem 1.844.493.8255

Hunger Free Colorado  Bilingual food and nutrition resource 720.382.2920

National Runaway Safeline Resources and support for youth/teens, guardians, and the larger community 1.800.786.2929

Safe House Denver 24/7 crisis and information line for legal, housing, and emotional support for domestic violence 303.318.9989

Veteran’s Crisis Line Confidential support for veterans, active duty/reserve and guard, and their loved ones 1.800.273.8255

Other Notable Denver Metro Area Agencies: 

Catholic Charities Regional provider concnetrating on women services, family and child care, and shelter services Contact: 303.742.0828, Location: Various

Colorado Coalition for Homeless Statewide agency with many specialized programs targeting housing, support services, and medical and mental health care Contact: 303.293.2217  Location: Various

VA Community Resource/Referral Center Walk- in center for homeless veterans with access to transitional housing and day shelter services Contact:303.294.5600  Location: 3030 Downing Street, Denver, CO

Empowerment Program Education, employment assistance, health, housing referrals, and support services for women who are in disadvantaged positions Contact:303.320.1989, Location: 1600 York Street, Denver, CO 80206

Servicios de la Raza Culturally appropriate programs on education and youth empowerment, emotional support, food assistance, and service navigation Contact: 303.458.5851, Location: 3131 W. 14th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80204

Urban Peak Youth-focused shelter, street outreach, drop-in center, supportive housing, and education and employment services Contact: 303.974.2900 Location: 2100 Stout Street, Denver, CO 80205

Volunteers of America Variety of housing and healthcare programs serving at-risk youth, elderly, low-income families, homeless individuals and families, and women and children escaping domestic violence Contact: 303.297.0408, Location: Various