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Weld County Department of Human Services

This department provides services such as child care assistance, food stamps, and income maintanance programs. 970-352-1551 or 1-800-927-1551

This organization is the community mental health center serving Weld County. They also provide substance abuse therapy services. 970-347-2120
This division of the North Range Behavioral center provides services to members of our community who are Spanish speaking. 970-347-2384
This organization helps promote educational, health, leadership, and character development of boys and girls in critical times of their lives. 970-353-0079 or 970-353-5190
 
Charitable organization dedicated to providing support to Weld County. 970-353-4300
211 is a hotline that provides access to community services. Dial 211 your landline or 970-353-4300 from your cellphone
This is a group of organizations in Weld County that offers support to people in need.
ReST is a new website with over 180 toolkits, templates, and other resources organized to help your community, from planning to implementation to evaluation of system changes.
The mission of The Link is to provide a collaborative, multi-agency, single entry process for youth who are involved in, or at risk of becoming involved in the juvenile justice system in Adams County.
The Hub provides a coordinated multi-agency single entry process, which contributes to the safety of youth, families and community through rapid, thorough assessment; early intervention; and improved access to appropriate services in Larimer County.
The Jefferson county Juvenile Assessment Center is a dynamic program that provides a wide range of services through a collective effort between Juvenile Assessment Center Staff, JCMH, DHS, the First Judicial District's Attorney's office, and the R-1 School District. There are three basic categories of services: at-risk youth in contact with the criminal justice system, Jefferson County Law Enforcement Agencies, and the Jefferson County Court System.
The mission of the 18th Judicial District Juvenile Assessment Center is to provide a coordinated, multi-agency, single entry site which contributes to the safety of youth, families, and the community through early intervention, comprehensive assessment and improved access to appropriate services.