Adams County Community Partners

Learn more about the Adams County Community Partners in this video. Their offices are located at the Human Services Center, 11860 Pecos St., Suite 2700, Westminster, CO 80234

A Precious Child

A Precious Child provides opportunities and resources to children in need to empower them to achieve their full potential. Assists children and families facing difficult life challenges such as abuse and neglect, crises situations and poverty. A Satellite Resource Center of A Precious Child’s for emergency children clothing is located on the first floor of the building. Clients must be accompanied by a worker at all times. For eligible families, and children’s clothing, diapers, and hygiene products are available at no charge and vouchers for the main location’s larger center.
Main #: 303.466.4272 | Website


CASA is a volunteer-based, nonprofit organization that trains and supervises community volunteers to represent the best interests of our most vulnerable citizens—child victims of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse and neglect. CASA Volunteers are appointed by judges to be a voice for these children in court.
Main #: 720.523.2855 | Website

Center for People with Disabilities Center for People With Disabilities assists people with all disabilities in overcoming barriers to independent living, at no cost to consumer. A continuum of programs provides Independent Living Skills, Advocacy, Information & Referral, Peer Support, and Nursing Home and Youth Transitions; services for Veterans, people with Visual Impairment, Employment, and other specialized services.
Main #: 303.442.8662Website
CSU Extension Colorado State University Extension (CSU Extension) offers educational programs for youth and adults on basic personal finance. CSU Extension provides expertise on various topics from agriculture, horticulture, 4-H youth development and financial well-being. Please call for more information about classes.
Main #: 303.637.8100 | Website
Denver Indian Center The Denver Indian Centers mission is to empower American Indian, youth, elders, families, and community by promoting self-determination and economic, mental, and physical health through education, advocacy, and cultural enrichment, since 1983. The Denver Indian Center offers supportive services, such as a Fatherhood class, to help fathers have more meaningful engagement with their families.
Main #: 303.936.2688, x220 | Website
Denver Indian Family Resource Center To strengthen vulnerable American Indian / Alaska Native children and families through collaborative and culturally responsive services. Provides child welfare support services and collaborates with other community agencies, especially those which serve the needs of Native Americans.
Main #: 720.500.1020 | Website
ECPAC Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County makes it easier for Adams County families to get parent education, community services and tools so children are ready to succeed in school and in life. Decreases barriers for services and supports for young children and their families. Provides support to families with parenting classes towards improved child development and later school success as well as intensive care navigation to be connected to two-generation services. Identifies needs of the families served at the Human Services Building and then seeks community partners to provide requested services on-location.
Family Tree

Family Tree partners with all people to prevent and overcome the interconnected issues of child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness to promote safety, healing and stability across generations. Team members from the Domestic Violence Outreach, Homelessness, Kinship (TANF Stable Families), and SafeCare programs are on site to help directly connect individuals to our services. Additional programs for Adams County include Roots of Courage emergency residential services for domestic violence survivors and CFRT for Adams County referred families.
DV Crisis Line #: 303.420.6752 | Homelessness Helpline #: 303.467.2604 | Main #: 303.422.2133Website

Foster Source

Our mission is to provide relevant training, resources, and support to foster parents, from a trauma-informed approach, giving them the skills and confidence to spark healing in vulnerable children. Located on the first floor.
Available Monday– Friday
HSC #: 720.523.4010 | Main #: 303.618.4331

Joyful Journeys Joyful Journeys Community Enrichment helps improve the lives of families by providing critical human services like food, clothes, hygiene products, baby items and school supplies. It operates a small pantry of food, hygiene, and cleaning supplies in the community partner space. It also has a thrift store in Broomfield with clothing, furniture, and other items at low cost or free based on ability to pay.
Main #: 303.667.9695 | Website
Let Your Light Shine Our mission is to fill the gaps left between shelters, food pantries, and other resources necessary to take someone from experiencing homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Main #: 720.979.2322
Maiker Housing Partners

We are ending the cycle of generational poverty by providing access to affordable housing and support programs. We engage in socially conscious community development and collaboration to ensure stability and economic self-sufficiency are achievable goals for all Adams County residents. Provides access to affordable housing, rental assistance, housing searches, utility assistance, budgeting, and other services related to housing.
Available Monday–Friday 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.
Main #: 303.227.2075 | Website

Senior Hub

The mission of The Senior Hub is to advance the quality of life for older adults through advocacy, community partnerships, and a variety of direct services planned to sustain an independent, healthy aging experience. It operates a Meals on Wheels Program and provides volunteer programs (opportunities).
HSC #: 720.523.2819 or ext. 2820, 2833, 2834 | Main #: 303.426.4408

Seniors Resource Senior Resource Center is a community partner providing person-focused, coordinated services to enhance independence, dignity and quality of life. The A-Lift program provides low cost or free transportation services to eligible individuals.
A-Lift: 303.235.6972 | Main #: 303.235.6952 | Website
Servicios de la Raza

Our mission to is provide and advocate for culturally responsive, essential human services and opportunities to our community. What initially began in an effort to support the under served Latin community, has expanded to ALL communities, irrespective of age, race, gender, sexual-orientation, etc. with respect and dignity. It helps individuals complete applications for benefits (Medicaid, food assistance, etc.), transition back to the community after being in the justice system, and offers other support services. 
Main #: 303.458.5851 | Website

Women, Infants & Children (WIC) 

WIC assists families with children up to 5 years old and/or women who are pregnant, just had a baby, or are breastfeeding. WIC provides healthy foods, nutrition education, and referrals to other community resources.

Main #: 303.255.6254 | Website

Yahweh Health Care
Yahweh Health Care

Our purpose is also to capture individuals in between establishing healthcare services, such as those who are unemployed, homeless or at risk of being homeless, hungry, and in need of basic services such as routine health screens and basic health services. Basic health care services include vaccinations, simple medical exams, testing for high blood pressure, minor wounds, minor illnesses, diabetes, etc.
Main #: 303.949.7528