Extreme Community Makeover serves eight Denver neighborhoods, which include Barnum, Elyria, Globeville, La Alma/Lincoln Park, Swansea, Villa Park, West Colfax, and Westwood. Out of these eight neighborhoods, La Alma/Lincoln Park encompasses Central Denver. There are a number of great organizations located in Central Denver. So, jot these down for easy reference.
The Denver Inner City Parish empowers communities, supports personal transformations, and creates self-sustaining lifestyles for those who are most vulnerable.
The word parish means “community” and the DICP is committed to community. They are a non-sectarian human services nonprofit. The Parish elevates community through its community programs. Click here for information on programs.
Here are some classes, resources, and groups available through Denver Inner City Parish:
His Love Fellowship offers services, mid-week dinners and Bible studies, and children and family ministries. Based in the heart of Denver Colorado, they minister to all and welcome all who come.
Here are some classes, resources, and groups available through His Love Fellowship:
Servicios de La Raza serves as an integral chamber in the heart of Metro Denver’s Latinx community. They are an accessible community resource, strategically linked with churches, schools, and myriad private, public sector agencies in a collaborative effort weaving an unbreakable web of support for the community.
Here are some classes, resources, and groups available through Servicios De La Raza:
Arts Street uses the power of creativity to help youth in breaking the cycle of generational poverty in Denver communities by gaining personal and economic stability through education, arts and technology and employment training.
Here are some classes, resources, and groups available through Arts Street:
At Youth on Record, they believe that all young people, including those who are at-risk and written-off, have the ability to turn their lives around. They are committed to ensuring that the youth we serve graduate from high school and are ready to enter the workforce, and transition to college or enter advanced technical training and careers.
Here are some classes, resources, and groups available through Youth on Record:
Here are some classes, resources, and groups available through Byers Branch Library:
Here are some classes, resources, and groups available through La Alma Recreation Center:
Make sure and take advantage the the plentiful resources these organizations offer. And, spread the word to your neighbors! We can all use some handy resources from time-to-time.