Street’s Hope has been providing evidence-based, survivor-informed programming since 2008. Their program, one of the most long standing in the U.S., is a national model for service providers working with this population.
They provide holistic services for women 18 and over who are escaping sex trafficking. Their wide range of services include street outreach, intensive residential treatment and continuing care. They are the only safe house in the Rocky Mountain region exclusively serving adult women over 18 who are escaping sex trafficking.
Their services include access to basic needs (shelter, food, clothing, hygiene), intensive case management, individual and group therapy, sobriety monitoring, and life skills classes. Educational testing, employment assessment and placement, mentoring and optional spiritual support, as well as continuing care, are additional components of the program .
The mission of Wellspring Community is to provide a work, enrichment and educational community where adults with special needs are empowered to live full, productive and satisfying lives in a God-centered and nurturing environment.
To create specially modified and supported business enterprises where our participants can enjoy meaningful work in a place where they can be successful;
To provide ongoing educational and enrichment activities to foster intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual growth; and
To provide a variety of long-term, supervised residential options.
The Denver Street School and Hope Academy
The Denver Street school is an accredited nonprofit Christian high school serving the Denver metro area since 1985. They accept students who have struggled, dropped out of, or have been expelled from other schools and need a more personalized approach to their education. The school is completely privately funded. The student to teacher ratio averages 10:1
They operate three campuses: The East Campus in Aurora and the West Campus in Lakewood, serving both sides of the Denver metro area.
Douglas County Sheriff Fallen Officer Fund
The purpose of the Fallen Officer Fund is to provide assistance to Douglas County Sheriff’s Office members who are killed or seriously injured in the line of duty. Your tax exempt donation benefits members who are seriously injured in the line of duty, or their families if killed in the line of duty.
Pastor Chris Phillips was selected as the church planting recipient for Journey Pointe Fellowship in Stapleton, CO.
Journey Church has a heart and vision to see the Kingdom of God expanded through church planting. In 2018 we plan to expand this to include the launch of a Pastoral Residency track, for those with a gifting and calling as a Lead Pastor. Additionally, this will include Ministry Internship opportunities as well.
Colorado Police Foundation
Founded in 1997, the Colorado Police Officers Foundation’s overall purpose is to generate funds to promote a greater understanding and awareness by the public on issues affecting the law enforcement profession. The primary focus of the Police Officers Foundation is to foster community-wide support for law enforcement by providing supplemental resources for traumatically injured officers and their families, giving needed financial assistance to survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, and building meaningful and positive officer-community partnerships.
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Castle Rock, CO 80108
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