Coping with COVID-19
Resources and Support
The outbreak of coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) may be stressful for adults and children alike. Coping with this stress will enhance your well-being, bolster your ability to have a positive impact those you care for, and empower our community's resilience. Reaching HOPE is here to support you with information, resources, self-care workshops, and one-on-one telehealth therapy.
Safety plans and self-care
Staying Safe During COVID-19 from the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
Safety Planning Resources from the National Domestic Hotline
Coping with Stress
Reaching HOPE Self-Care Video Workshops (coming soon)
Reaching HOPE Live Telehealth Support Groups (Wednesdays 10am, 12pm, 4pm) Enrolling soon!
Resources for those who have experienced domestic violence
Friend and Family guide from the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Colorado Crisis Services: 1-844-493-8255 (24 hours)
Family Tree: 303-420-6752 (24 hours)
Blue Bench: 303-322-7273 (24 hours)
Gateway Domestic Violence Services: 303-343-1851 (24 hours)
Servicios De La Raza: 303-953-5930 (24 hours)
Latina Safehouse: 303-444-2424 (24 hours)
The National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
The National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
National Alliance on Mental Illness: 800-950-6274 (M-F, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. EST)
SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline: 800-985-5990 (24 hours)
Resources, advocacy and education for young people ages 12-24. Text “loveis” to 22522 to chat with a peer advocate.
Online Support Groups
Servicios de la Raza's Basic Emergency Services program: 720-592-5348.
Medical Bill Assistance
Servicios De La Raza provides resources, case management, advocacy and support for survivors of intimate partner violence, 720-592-5348.
Latina Safehouse provides court advocacy for protection orders, rental and utility services for Latinx survivors of intimate partner violence and their families. Bilingual services/Servicios en español. Call, text, or Whatsapp, 720 400-6440
Project Safeguard provides protection orders and legal advocacy: 303-219-7049
Project Safeguard locations:
Shelters and Homelessness
Family Tree (Wheatridge/Adams) provides residential shelter and is located at 3805 Marshall St., Wheat Ridge, CO 80033. Phone: 303-420-6752 (24 hours).
Gateway Domestic Violence Services (Aurora) provides residential shelter for families, including pets. Phone: 303-343-1851 (24 hours).
Safehouse Denver offers emergency shelter, located at 1649 Downing Street Denver, Colorado 80218. Phone: 303-318-9989 (24 hours).
Mile High United Way offers a resource service that can providing information regarding shelters currently available in your area. Phone: 211
Servicios de la Raza offers free foodbank services by appointment regardless of home location, 720-592-5348
Meals will be served / available for pick up at the following times and locations. Any child, regardless of what school they attend, may receive free meals. No paperwork is required! Families will be provided (per child present): one lunch for that day and one breakfast for the next day.
Horizon High School - 5321 E. 136th Avenue, Thornton , CO
Legacy High School - 2701 W. 136th Avenue, Broomfield, CO
Mountain Range High School - 12500 Huron Street, Westminster, CO
Northglenn High School - 601 W 100th Place, Northglenn, CO
Thornton High School - 9351 N Washington Street, Thornton, CO
Overland Trail Middle--North Lot (455 North 19th Ave.)
Vikan Middle--West Lot (879 Jessup St.)
Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27, breakfast from 8:00-9:00a, lunch from 11:30a-12:30pm:
- Arvada K-8
- Edgewater Elementary School
- Foothills Elementary School
- Lasley Elementary School
- Parr Elementary School
- Conifer High School
Free Children / Teen Learning opportunities