Local Assistance Resources: Castle Rock, Colorado
Page Updated May 2021
Thrift Store by Help and Hope Center - Douglas/Elbert Task Force
1638 Park St, Castle Rock, CO 80109
Inventory consists of:
- Appliances (small)
- Household items
- Linens and blankets
Mela’s Pantry by Help and Hope Center - Douglas/Elbert Task Force
1638 Park Street, Castle Rock, CO 80109
At Help and Hope Center, they offer a food pantry for individuals and families in need. When people are facing financial difficulty, receiving a week’s worth of groceries makes a significant difference.
- Diapers and formula
- Food to meet basic nutritional needs
- Household supplies
- Pet food
- Sanitary supplies for women and seniors
You may make an appointment by calling us. Appointments are preferred. If immediate assistance is needed and you can’t wait for an appointment, please plan to arrive when we open our doors at 8:30 AM.
Includes financial assistance for home repairs
Rebuilding Together by Rebuilding Together
2839 West 44th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211
Rebuilding Together program transforms the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing their communities.
Emergency Shelter Program by Crisis Center
P.O Box 631302, Littleton, CO 80163
Phone: 303.688.8484 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
The Crisis Center’s emergency shelter program offers a safe shelter at a confidential location for individuals and families who are seeking refuge from intimate-partner violence. Individuals and/or families who are seeking shelter will call our 24-hour crisis line at 303.688.8484 and complete a 20-minute phone screen.
For callers where English is not the primary language, they can make arrangements to complete the phone screen with an interpreter.
The purpose of the phone screen is to determine if the Crisis Center is able to assist you with shelter. If not, they will provide referrals to other agencies.
The stay in shelter is short-term, for up to 21 days. During your stay, they will provide case management, community referrals, safety planning, and help meet basic needs such as food and clothing. Group and individual counseling services are also available. An Advocate will work with you to create a plan that can assist you beyond your stay at our emergency shelter.