Resources and Assistance for Littleton Residents

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Resources in Littleton, ColoradoGeneral Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the leading national public health institute of the United States.

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
COVID-19 info and updates at the state level. Also has info in multiple languages.

Tri-County Health Department
COVID-19 info and updates covering Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties.

Food Resources

Nourish Meals on Wheels
Delivers hot, nutritious meals Monday through Friday to seniors and home-bound adults living in south metro Denver. The program also offers frozen weekend meals and a weekly delivery of ready-to-eat/easily prepared breakfasts. A contribution towards the cost of meals is requested for those who are able, but no one is turned away for an inability to contribute. If you or someone you know might benefit from having meals delivered directly to your door, call 303-798-7642 or visit the Nourish Meals on Wheels website.

Integrated Family Services
Clients can contact them via phone at 303-789-0501 to make an appointment. They are open regular hours https://www.ifcs.org/about-us/hours-of-operation/ however, they are unable to accommodate walk-in clients at this time. Food will be distributed using a drive-through service where Food Market staff will send a prepared box of food to the client via a conveyor belt out to the parking lot. Case Managers will administer financial assistance programs remotely, submitting paperwork on-line or via fax.

Hunger Free Colorado
This interactive map http://hungerfreeco.force.com/exhotlineintegratedmap connects Coloradans to food resources.

Food bank of the Rockies
Provides meals for people in need.

Denver Metro Emergency Food Network
Delivers within a 15mi radius of Denver) The Denver Emergency Food Network delivers free, prepared meals to homebound families and elderly individuals in need during the COVID-19 crisis.

Chalkbeat
Provides information on where students can get school lunches.

Mental / Behavioral Health Services

Colorado Crisis Line
844-493-8255

All Health Network
303-730-8858

Domestic Violence Services

Littleton Police Department Victim Advocate
Andrea Feist
303-795-3703

Project Safeguard
303-219-7049
Offers Legal advice and protection orders

Gateway Domestic Violence Services
303-343-1851
Domestic Violence Safe House, Crisis Line, Counseling

Business Resources

Funding, Grants and Resources for Small Businesses

County Resources and Assistance

Arapahoe County Resources and Assistance

Jefferson County Community Resources

Douglas County COVID-19 Community Response