Local Assistance Resources: Westminster, Colorado

Page Updated May 2021


C.A.S.H. Closet by Adams County Workforce and Business Center

11860 North Pecos Street, Westminster, CO 80234

Website: www.adcogov.org/cash-closet
Phone: 720.523.6964

The C.A.S.H Closet is a unique Adams County resource to provide new and gently used items to community members, free of cost.

Items include:

  • Accessories: hats, scarves, belts, jewelry, ties, etc.
  • Clothing: pants, skirts, shirts, coats, suits, dresses, casual wear, etc.
  • Hygiene: soap, oral hygiene, deodorant, hair products, etc.
  • Shoes: dress shoes, casual shoes, boots, sandals, etc.

All Adams County Workforce and Business Center customers are eligible to access the C.A.S.H Closet for school, work, or job searching. When job searching, presentation is everything! Experience a safe environment to explore options to suit your needs.

To register with the Adams County Workforce and Business Center, individuals can visit the workforce center or register online through Connecting Colorado's website.


  • Clothes for work
  • Supplies for work


Food Pantry by Fish of Westminster

3990 West 74th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80030

Website: www.westypres.org/fish-food-bank/
Phone: 303.429.8508

Fish of Westminster provides their Food Pantry to help meet the nutritional needs of the community. Visitors receive sufficient food to feed your family for 3 days including fruit, vegetables, meat, peanut butter, soup, pasta, cereal, and more. Personal hygiene items can be provided when available.


  • Emergency food
  • Personal hygiene items

Please bring the required documents with you to your visit.

Home Repair

Includes financial assistance for home repairs

Rebuilding Together program transforms the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing their communities.

Housing Needs

Growing Home

3489 W 72nd Ave, Westminster, CO 80030

Website: www.growinghome.org/programs-services
Phone: 303.426.0430


Growing Home provides a continuum of basic needs supports like supplemental food and housing assistance in a participant-centered approach so families can overcome obstacles and build lifelong stability, resiliency, and healthy habits. The Strengthening Families impact area includes:


  • Housing stability and homelessness prevention sssistance
  • Affordable housing
  • Food pantry
  • Collaborative coaching
  • PAT (Parents As Teachers) – Getting children ready to succeed in school
  • Connecting Community – Community organizing, advocacy, and volunteerism