We want your student to have the resources they need to succeed. Check out the resources below for information and assistance.
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Englewood Public Library
The Englewood Public Library is a great free resource for families. They have books, dvds, and cds for all ages, computers with internet access, and they offer free programming for people of all ages. They have lessons on computers, languages, and writers groups as well as storytime and kids programs for infants and up.
Website: Englewood Public Library
Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network
Offers services and support including financial, rent assistance, utilities, prescriptions, and food bank.
Call: 303 - 290 - 9043
Provides support to children and families grieving a death. Free services are provided in Spanish and English, to youth ages 3 to 25 and their caregivers.
Call: 720 - 941 - 0331
Helping families make the transition from homelessness to a healthy stable living environment. Provides long-term transformational housing and support for high risk families with multiple barriers to self sufficiency. Childcare provided for working parents.
Call: 303 - 592 - 1555
The Gender Identity Center
THE GIC offers low-cost counseling services for gender varient individuals, couples, and loved ones.
Call: 303 - 202 - 6466
South Metro Health Alliance
Health care access, mental health, dental, nutrition, insurance toolkit, clothing, food, shelter, employment help.
Call: 303 - 793 - 9604
Or stop by 155 Inverness Drive West in Englewood for more information.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Colorado Inc.
Matches children with an adult who can help emprove attitudes toward school, relationships, and avoiding bad behavior.
Call: 303 - 433 - 6002