SOFE Area Resources

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Nightingale College SOFE Area Resources

Below are resources for learners in every Nightingale Supervised On-ground Field Experience (SOFE). Websites for each service are hyperlinked under the “Place & Website” column. If you have any questions or need support in other areas, please feel free to reach out to your LALR counselor.

Las Vegas, NV

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Three Square

4190 N. Pecos Rd

702-644-3663

Three Square provides food to Clark, Nye, Lincoln, and Esmeralda county. Use this link to enter your address and find the nearest food bank to your home.

Shelter

Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada

1501 Las Vegas Blvd North

702-385-2662

Catholic Charities provides emergency and long-term homeless services, adoption services, WIC and social services, and immigration services.

Shelter (Women & Children)

The Shade Tree

1 West Owens Ave

702-385-0072

The Shade Tree provides shelter for women, children, and pets. They focus on emergency shelter for abused women and include: meals, case management, life skills courses, and mental health services.

Housing/Rent Services

Public Housing Authority of Las Vegas

340 N 11th St

702-477-3100

Public Housing Authority of Las Vegas operates under HUD to provide qualifying individuals with housing assistance.

Victim & Survivor Services

The Rape Crisis Center

801 S. Rancho Dr. Suite C-3

24/7 Hotline: 702-366-1640

The Rape Crisis Center provides emergency crisis services for those experiencing domestic and sexual violence including: support groups, counseling, and crisis response. Visit their website or call their hotline for more info.

Childcare

Nevada Department of Health and Human Services

2470 N Decatur Blvd Suite 150

702-473-9400

The Department of Health and Human Services can provide childcare subsidies to those who qualify.

Transportation

RTC of Southern Nevada

702-228-7433

Follow the website link to access fares, routes, and schedules for public transit in Las Vegas.

LGBTQ+

The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada

401 S. Maryland Parkway

702-733-9800

The LGBTQ Center provides resources for all ages that includes advocacy/support groups, and HIV testing and counseling.

Cheyenne, WY

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Needs Inc.

900 Central Ave

307-632-4132

Needs Inc. provides food bank services, school supplies, and clothing to Laramie County.

Shelter

COMEA Shelter

1504 Stinson Ave

307-635-5240

COMEA Shelter provides emergency shelter, food, case management services, and transportation services for those at-risk of homelessness.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Family Promise of Cheyenne

2950 Spruce Dr

307-772-8770

Family Promise of Cheyenne provides shelter for children and families. They focus on emergency shelter and case management.

Housing/Rent Services

Cheyenne Housing Authority

1265 N 3rd Street (Laramie)

307-633-8333

Cheyenne Housing Authority offers assistance to affordable housing for low-income residents.

Victim & Survivor Services

Wyoming SafeHouse Services

714 W Fox Farm Rd

307-634-4220

Wyoming SafeHouse Services provides support groups and legal advice for those experiencing abuse – including elder abuse.

Childcare

Building Blocks Child Care Center

3425 Dell Range

307-635-0123

Building Blocks Child Care Center provides child care and education for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old.

Transportation

Cheyenne Transit

307 W 17th St

307-637-6253

Bus routes run from 6am-7pm Mon-Fri and 10am-5pm on Saturdays. Para-Transit is also available for those who qualify, Follow the link to find bus routes near you.

LGBTQ+

Wyoming Equality

1603 Capitol Ave Suite 405 (Cheyenne)

307-778-7645

Follow the link to find support groups, counseling, and other LGBTQ+ resources in the state of Wyoming.

Casper, WY

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Joshua’s Storehouse

334 South Wolcott Street

(307) 265-0242

Joshua’s Storehouse provides food to families and individuals in Casper. They are open Tues-Fri from 9am-12:45pm. Give them a call to ask about food drive events.

Shelter

Wyoming Rescue Mission

331 N Park St

307-265-3002

Wyoming Rescue Mission provides case management services, meals, and separate shelter services – one for men and one for women/children.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Wyoming Rescue Mission

331 N Park St

307-265-3002

Wyoming Rescue Mission provides case management services, meals, and separate shelter services – one for men and one for women/children.

Housing/Rent Services

Casper Housing Authority

145 N Durbin St

307-266-1388

Casper Housing Authority provides quality affordable housing. Follow the link to start an application.

Victim & Survivor Services

Self Help Center

740 Luker Ln (Evansville)

307-235-2814

Self Help Center provides services for victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. They also provide prevention/education services for teens, substance abuse support and male transitional housing.

Childcare

Kids Works

2500 CY Ave

307-234-4386

Kids Works offers drop-in daycare or rates based on weekly part-time or full-time care. Follow link or call for more details.

Transportation

Casper Area Transportation Coalition (CATC)

1715 E 4th St

307-265-1313

Bus routes run Mon-Fri from 6:30am-6:30pm and Saturday from 7:30am-3:30pm. Follow the link to find a bus route near you.

LGBTQ+

Wyoming Equality

1603 Capitol Ave Suite 405 (Cheyenne)

307-778-7645

Follow the link to find support groups, counseling, and other LGBTQ+ resources in the state of Wyoming.

Evanston, WY

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Shelter

Shelter (Women & Children)

Sexual Assault and Family Violence Taskforce (SAFV)

350 City View Dr. Suite 203

307-789-3628

The SAFV provides shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Call them to inquire of their services and capacity.

Housing/Rent Services

Evanston Housing Authority

155 Apache Dr #A

307-789-2381

Evanston Housing Authority assists residents is accessing affordable housing. They do not have an active website so, please contact them via phone call.

Victim & Survivor Services

Sexual Assault and Family Violence Taskforce (SAFV)

350 City View Dr. Suite 203

307-789-3628

The SAFV provides support services for victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, elder abuse, human trafficking, and dating violence, and education about these services to all residents of Uinta County.

Childcare

Evanston Child Development Center

336 Summit St

307-789-7040

Evanston Child Development Center provides Early Head Start, after-school programs, and summer camps for children in Uinta County.

Transportation

LGBTQ+

Wyoming Equality

1603 Capitol Ave Suite 405 (Cheyenne)

307-778-7645

Follow the link to find support groups, counseling, and other LGBTQ+ resources in the state of Wyoming.

Boise, ID

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

The Idaho Food Bank

3562 South TK Avenue

208-336-9643

Follow the link to input your address or city. It will pull up all the food pantries in your area. Call the number for further assistance.

Shelter

Boise Rescue Mission Ministries

River of Life Men’s Shelter

575 South 13th Street

208-389-9840

Boise Rescue Mission Ministries provides homeless services for women & children, men, and veterans. Follow the link or give them a call for more details.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Boise Rescue Mission Ministries

City Light Home for Women & Children

1404 W. Jefferson St.

208-368-9901

Boise Rescue Mission Ministries provides homeless services for women & children, men, and veterans. Follow the link or give them a call for more details.

Housing/Rent Services

Boise City/Ada County Housing Authority

1001 S Orchard St

208-345-4907

Boise City/Ada County Housing Authority provides services to obtain affordable housing. Call them to set up an appointment.

Victim & Survivor Services

Women’s and Children’s Alliance

720 West Washington St.

208-343-3688

Women’s and Children’s Alliance provides therapy, crisis services, and shelter for victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Childcare

YMCA

1050 W State St

208-344-5502

The YMCA of Boise provides affordable childcare, after school programs, and summer school programs for children ages 6 weeks to 15 years.

Transportation

Valley Regional Transit

700 NE 2nd Ave (Meridian)

208-345-7433

Follow the link for bus routes in Boise, Garden City, Nampa, Meridian, and Caldwell.

LGBTQ+

The Community Center

​1088 N Orchard St

208-336-3870

The Community Center provides different support groups and community engagement nights for LGBTQ+ individuals in the Boise area.

Pocatello, ID

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

The Idaho Food Bank

555 S. First Avenue

208-233-8811

Follow the link to input your address or city. It will pull up all the food pantries in your area. Call the number for further assistance.

Shelter

Aid For Friends

210 E Center Suite A

208-232-0178

Aid For Friends provides homeless shelter services along with meals, laundry services, and showers for individuals and families.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Family Services Alliance of Southeast Idaho

355 S. Arthur Avenue

208-232-0742

Family Services Alliance provides emergency shelter and safe house services along with family support – call their number for more info.

Housing/Rent Services

Pocatello Housing Authority

711 N 6th Ave

208-233-6276

The Pocatello Housing Authority provides affordable housing for individuals in the area. They don’t have an active website so, give them a call to set up an appointment.

Victim & Survivor Services

Family Services Alliance of Southeast Idaho

355 S. Arthur Avenue

208-232-0742

Family Services Alliance provides services for victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. They also provide family support and counseling services.

Childcare

Tender Loving Childcare

200 N 15th Ave

208-234-2294

Tender Loving Childcare provides childcare and after school services for children ages 1-12. They also provide services for children with special needs.

Transportation

Pocatello Regional Transit

5815 S 5th Ave

208-234-2287

Follow the link to access maps and bus routes in Pocatello.

LGBTQ+

Queer as Eastern Idaho

Follow the link to find various LGBTQ+ services in eastern Idaho.

Twin Falls, ID

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

The Idaho Food Bank

3562 South TK Avenue (Boise)

208-336-9643

Follow the link to input your address or city. It will pull up all the food pantries in your area. Call the number for further assistance.

Shelter

Valley House Homeless Shelter

507 Addison Ave

208-734-7736

Valley House offers shelter services in Twin Falls. They don’t have an active website so, give them a call to inquire about services.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Voices Against Violence

212 2nd Ave West

208-733-0100

Voices Against Violence provides shelter and counseling services for victims of abuse.

Housing/Rent Services

Victim & Survivor Services

Voices Against Violence

212 2nd Ave West

208-733-0100

Voices Against Violence provides robust services for victims/survivors of domestic, elderly, immigrant, pregnancy, LGBT, and sexual abuse. They also provide shelter and counseling services.

Childcare

Jazzy’s Early Learning Center

1411 Falls Ave East, Suite 501

208-736-0382

Jazzy’s provides childcare and early learning services to children from birth to 5 years old.

Transportation

LGBTQ+

Planned Parenthood of Twin Falls

200 2nd Ave N

800-769-0045

Planned Parenthood of Twin Falls can provide educational and referral services for LGBTQ+ clients.

Coeur D’Alene, ID

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Lake City Community Food Bank

6000 N Ramsey Rd

208-676-0632

Lake City Community Food Bank provides food pantry services to those in the Coeur D’Alene area. Must provide proof of residence.

Shelter

St. Vincent De Paul Emergency Shelter

201 E Harrison Ave

208-664-3095

St. Vincent De Paul Emergency Shelter provides shelter services for men, women, families, and veterans.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Union Gospel Mission Center for Women and Children

196 W Haycraft Ave

208-665-4673

UGM provides shelter services and addiction recovery services for women and children.

Housing/Rent Services

Kootenai County Assistance

451 Government Way

208-446-1888

Kootenai County Assistance provides housing assistance for those who qualify. Call the number to inquire about eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Safe Passage Violence Prevention Center

850 N 4th St

208-664-9303

Safe Passage Violence Prevention Center provides support for victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence. They also have children’s advocacy programs.

Childcare

Coeur D’Alene Learning Center

315 N 4th St

208-667-0677

CDLC provides learning and daycare programs for kids ages 6 weeks to kindergarten.

Transportation

CityLink

451 N Government Way

877-941-7433

Follow the link to find bus routes in the Coeur D’Alene area.

LGBTQ+

North Idaho Pride Alliance

208-352-3518

NIPA hosts events and can connect LGBTQ+ folks to local resources in the Coeur D’Alene area.

Draper, UT

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Utah Food Bank

3150 S 900 W (SLC)

801-978-2452

The Utah Food Bank provides meals and goods to individuals and families all over Utah. Follow the link or call their number to find your nearest mobile pantry or food drive event.

Shelter

The Road Home

529 West 7300 South (Midvale)

801-569-1201

The Road Home provides shelter services and housing case management to help individuals experiencing homelessness.

Shelter (Women & Children)

YWCA Utah

322 E 300 S (SLC)

801-537-8604

The YWCA provides shelter for women and children. They also have counseling programs, child care, and other advocacy programs.

Housing/Rent Services

Housing Authority of Salt Lake City

1776 S W Temple (SLC)

801-487-2161

Housing Authority of SLC provides subsidies housing for those who qualify. Go to their website or give them a call to fill out an application for low-income housing. You can also access the waitlist times on their website.

Victim & Survivor Services

YWCA Utah

322 E 300 S (SLC)

801-537-8604

The YWCA provides support for victims/survivors of domestic violence, rape, and other sexual/physical violence.

Childcare

Discovery Bay Daycare

248 E 13800 S

801-244-7073

Discovery Bay provides childcare for babies, toddlers, and elementary aged children. Pick up services are also provided. Give them a call for more info.

Transportation

Utah Transit Authority

250 S 600 W (SLC)

801-743-3882

UTA provides bus, light rail, and frontrunner services to the SLC, Provo, and Ogden areas. Follow the link to find a route near you.

LGBTQ+

Utah Pride Center

1380 Main St (SLC)

801-539-8800

The Utah Pride Center provides various support groups, counseling services, and community events for LGBTQ+ individuals.

St. George, UT

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Utah Food Bank

3150 S 900 W (SLC)

801-978-2452

The Utah Food Bank provides meals and goods to individuals and families all over Utah. Follow the link or call their number to find your nearest mobile pantry or food drive event.

Shelter

Switchpoint Community Center

948 N 1300 W

435-628-9310

Switchpoint provides emergency shelter, food pantry, laundry, housing services, and more. Follow the link or give them a call about accessing services.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Dove Center

Address is confidential

435-628-0458 (24/7 hotline)

Dove Center provides emergency shelter, counseling, and victim/survivor advocacy support. They can also assist with legal/court matters. Call their 24/7 hotline to inquire services or follow the link.

Housing/Rent Services

Switchpoint Community Center

948 N 1300 W

435-628-9310

Switchpoint provides housing grant subsidies for those who qualify. Give them a call to set up an appointment.

Victim & Survivor Services

Dove Center

Address is confidential

435-628-0458 (24/7 hotline)

Dove Center provides emergency shelter, counseling, and victim/survivor advocacy support. They can also assist with legal/court matters. Call their 24/7 hotline to inquire services or follow the link.

Childcare

Dixie Kids

45 S 800 E

435-674-1234

Dixie Kids provides childcare services for children ages 0-12 years old. They also have a Hurricane location. Call them for more info.

Transportation

SunTran

953 E Red Hills Parkway

435-673-8726

SunTran provides public transportation to the St George area. Follow the link to access routes and maps.

LGBTQ+

Encircle St. George

190 S 100 E

Encircle provides group therapy and other supportive resources for LGBTQ+ youth and adults.

Brigham City/Logan, UT

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Utah Food Bank

3150 S 900 W (SLC)

801-978-2452

The Utah Food Bank provides meals and goods to individuals and families all over Utah. Follow the link or call their number to find your nearest mobile pantry or food drive event.

Shelter

Lantern House

269 W 33rd St (Ogden)

801-621-5036

Lantern House provides shelter for men, women, and children. Services include: case management, meals, and support with obtaining permanent housing.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Lantern House

269 W 33rd St (Ogden)

801-621-5036

Lantern House provides shelter for men, women, and children. Services include: case management, meals, and support with obtaining permanent housing.

Housing/Rent Services

Logan Housing Authority

170 N Main St (Logan)

435-752-7242

Logan Housing Authority provides housing assistance for those who qualify. Call the number to inquire about eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

New Hope Crisis Center

435 E 700 S

435-723-5600

New Hope Crisis Center provides support groups, legal services, and case management services for those who have experienced sexual and domestic violence.

Childcare

Doodlebug Academy

60 W 800 S (Smithfield)

435-535-1675

Doodlebug Academy provides childcare, and after school programs for kids ages 6 weeks to 12 years old.

Transportation

Cache Valley Transit District

754 W 600 N (Logan)

435-752-2877

Follow the link to view bus routes in the Logan area.

LGBTQ+

Cache Pride Center

596 E 900 N (Logan)

435-363-5473

Cache Pride Center provides basic needs services and support with healthcare and mental healthcare.

Roy, UT

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Utah Food Bank

3150 S 900 W (SLC)

801-978-2452

The Utah Food Bank provides meals and goods to individuals and families all over Utah. Follow the link or call their number to find your nearest mobile pantry or food drive event.

Shelter

Lantern House

269 W 33rd St (Ogden)

801-621-5036

Lantern House provides shelter for men, women, and children. Services include: case management, meals, and support with obtaining permanent housing.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Lantern House

269 W 33rd St (Ogden)

801-621-5036

Lantern House provides shelter for men, women, and children. Services include: case management, meals, and support with obtaining permanent housing.

Housing/Rent Services

Logan Housing Authority

170 N Main St (Logan)

435-752-7242

Logan Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

New Hope Crisis Center

435 E 700 S

435-723-5600

New Hope Crisis Center provides support groups, legal services, and case management services for those who have experienced sexual and domestic violence.

Childcare

Kiddie Academy

5353 1950 W St

801-773-0447

Kiddie Academy provides daycare, preschool, and after school programs for kids ages 6 week to 12 years.

Transportation

Utah Transit Authority

250 S 600 W (SLC)

801-743-3882

UTA provides bus, light rail, and frontrunner services to the SLC, Provo, and Ogden areas. Follow the link to find a route near you.

LGBTQ+

Utah Pride Center

1380 Main St (SLC)

801-539-8800

The Utah Pride Center provides various support groups, counseling services, and community events for LGBTQ+ individuals.

Nephi/Spanish Fork, UT

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Utah Food Bank

3150 S 900 W (SLC)

801-978-2452

The Utah Food Bank provides meals and goods to individuals and families all over Utah. Follow the link or call their number to find your nearest mobile pantry or food drive event.

Shelter

Food and Care Coalition

299 E 900 S (Provo)

801-373-1825

The Food and Care Coalition provides hot meal services and soon-to-be shelter services. A low-income dental clinic is also available.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Center for Women and Children in Crisis

1433 E 800 N (Orem)

801-227-5038

The Center for Women and Children in Crisis provides shelter services, and services for those experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault.

Housing/Rent Services

Housing Authority of Utah County

485 N Freedom Blvd (Provo)

801-373-8333

The Housing Authority of Utah County provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Center for Women and Children in Crisis

1433 E 800 N (Orem)

801-227-5038

The Center for Women and Children in Crisis provides shelter services, and services for those experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault.

Childcare

Discovery Tree Academy

910 E 100 N Suite #215 (Payson)

385-240-3644

Discovery Tree Academy provides daycare and afterschool programs in Payson and Springville, Utah.

Transportation

Utah Transit Authority

250 S 600 W (SLC)

801-743-3882

UTA provides bus, light rail, and frontrunner services to the SLC, Provo, and Ogden areas. Follow the link to find a route near you.

LGBTQ+

Encircle

91 W 200 S (Provo)

385-300-8365

Encircle provides group therapy and other supportive resources for LGBTQ+ youth and adults.

Lancaster, PA

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Blessings of Hope

500 Becker Road (Leola)

717-824-1227

Blessings of Hope provides community food boxes and food pantry services to folks in the Leola area.

Shelter

TLC Lancaster

105 E King St

717-394-3425

TLC Lancaster provides shelter services for families, couples/singles, and veterans.

Shelter (Women & Children)

YWCA Lancaster

110 N Lime St

717-393-1735

YWCA Lancaster provides emergency shelter, childcare, and sexual violence advocacy and counseling.

Housing/Rent Services

Lancaster City Housing Authority

325 Church St

717-397-2835

Lancaster City Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

YWCA Lancaster

110 N Lime St

717-393-1735

YWCA Lancaster provides emergency shelter, childcare, and sexual violence advocacy and counseling.

Childcare

Fresh Start Childcare

175 S West End Ave

717-490-6778

Fresh Start Childcare provides daycare services for kids ages 6 weeks to 12 years old.

Transportation

Red Rose Transit Authority

225 N Queen St

717-291-1243

Follow the link to find bus routes in the Lancaster area.

LGBTQ+

Lancaster LGBTQ+ Coalition

342 N Queen Street Rear

717-715-6917

The Lancaster LGBTQ+ Coalition provides resources and group events for all ages.

DuBois, PA

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

DuBois Area Food Pantry

228 1st St

814-371-2470

The DuBois Area Food Pantry operates the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Thursday of every month. Follow the link for more info.

Shelter

Haven House Shelter

814-371-0333

Haven House Shelter provides shelter for the homeless in Clearfield, Elk, and Jefferson counties.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Haven House Shelter

814-371-0333

Haven House Shelter provides shelter for the homeless in Clearfield, Elk, and Jefferson counties.

Housing/Rent Services

DuBois Housing Authority

21 E Long Ave

814-371-2290

DuBois Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Passages Inc.

90 Beaver Dr Suite 212D

814-371-9677

Passages Inc. provides individual/group counseling and prevention services for youth.

Childcare

Little Hands Childcare Center

180 McCracken Run Rd

814-375-5539

Little Hands Childcare Center provides quality care for children through pre-k.

Transportation

Area Transit Authority

44 Transportation Center (Johnsonburg)

866-282-4968

Follow the link to access maps and transit information for the DuBois area.

LGBTQ+

Centre LGBTQA Network

Centre LGBTQA Network hosts events and connects community members to appropriate resources for LGBTQIA+ related matters.

Colorado Springs, CO

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado

2605 Preamble Point

719-528-1247

Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado provides pantry services for folks in Southern Colorado. Follow the link and enter your address to find the nearest food pantry.

Shelter

Colorado House and Resource Center

21 S Wahsatch Ave

719-473-8890

Colorado House and Resource Center provides housing and life skills courses.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Springs Rescue Mission

5 W Las Vegas St

719-884-2758

Springs Rescue Mission provides men’s and women’s shelters, food and clothing services, and empowerment programs.

Housing/Rent Services

Colorado Springs Housing Authority

831 S Nevada Ave

719-387-6700

Colorado Springs Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

1330 Fox St (Denver)

303-839-9999

CCASA has resources for victims/survivors of sexual violence all over Colorado. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Childcare

Discovery Kids Childcare at Rockrimmon

6835 Delmonico Dr

719-598-1818

Discovery Kids provides childcare and after school programs for kids ages 6 weeks to 12 years old.

Transportation

Mountain Metro Transit

1015 Transit Dr

719-385-7433

MMT provides bus route services to the Colorado Springs area. Follow the link to find bus routes.

LGBTQ+

Pride Guide Colorado

602-466-2501

Pride Guide Colorado provides a guide to LGBTQ+ services statewide. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Boulder, CO

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Harvest of Hope Pantry

2960 Valmont Rd

720-382-1971

Harvest of Hope Pantry provides food pantry services to the Boulder area.

Shelter

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless

4869 N Broadway

303-442-4646

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless provides shelter for men, women, and children. Services include: case management, meals, and support with obtaining permanent housing.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence

835 North Street

303-449-8623

SPAN provides shelter for men, women, and children affected by domestic violence. Services include: emergency shelter, education/advocacy, and support with obtaining permanent housing.

Housing/Rent Services

Boulder Housing Partners

4800 N Broadway

720-564-4610

Boulder Housing Partners provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

1330 Fox St (Denver)

303-839-9999

CCASA has resources for victims/survivors of sexual violence all over Colorado. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Childcare

KinderCare Learning Center at UCAR

3050 34th St

303-443-5595

KinderCare provides childcare and education to kids ages 6 weeks to kindergarten.

Transportation

Regional Transportation District

1777 Broadway

303-441-3388

RTD provides bus routes around Boulder. Follow the link to access maps and routes.

LGBTQ+

Pride Guide Colorado

602-466-2501

Pride Guide Colorado provides a guide to LGBTQ+ services statewide. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Fort Collins, CO

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Food Bank for Larimer County

1301 Blue Spruce Dr.

970-493-4477

Food Bank for Larimer County provides food pantry services for those who qualify. Follow the link for more info.

Shelter

Fort Collins Rescue Mission

316 Jefferson St.

970-224-4302

Fort Collins Rescue Mission provides shelter and food services for men, women, and children.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Catholic Charities – Gabriel House

101 N Howes St.

970-581-8803

Gabriel House provides shelter for pregnant women and families.

Housing/Rent Services

Fort Collins Housing Authority

1715 W Mountain Ave.

970-416-2910

Fort Collins Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

1330 Fox St. (Denver)

303-839-9999

CCASA has resources for victims/survivors of sexual violence all over Colorado. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Childcare

Hearts in Hand Child Development Center

2464 Marquette St.

970-223-1245

Hearts in Hands provides infant, preschool, kindergarten, and summer camp programs for children.

Transportation

TransFort

250 N Mason St.

970-221-6620

Follow the link to access bus routes and maps in the Fort Collins area.

LGBTQ+

Pride Guide Colorado

602-466-2501

Pride Guide Colorado provides a guide to LGBTQ+ services statewide. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Littleton, CO

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Life Center

5804 S. Datura St.

303-953-7180

Life Center provides food bank services along with language classes, GED classes, and winter shelter services.

Shelter

Life Center

5804 S. Datura St.

303-953-7180

Life Center offers shelter services and legal aid for low income individuals.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Life Center

5804 S. Datura St.

303-953-7180

Life Center offers shelter services and legal aid for low income individuals.

Housing/Rent Services

South Metro Housing Options

5808 S Rapp St. Suite 100

303-794-9608

South Metro Housing Options provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

1330 Fox St (Denver)

303-839-9999

CCASA has resources for victims/survivors of sexual violence all over Colorado. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Childcare

Primrose School of Littleton

7991 Southpark Way

303-795-6555

Primrose School of Littleton provides afterschool, preschool, and daycare programs for kids ages 6 weeks to 12 years old.

Transportation

Regional Transportation District

1660 Blake Street (Denver)

303-299-6000

Visit the RTD website for info on bus and light rail routes in the Denver/Littleton area.

LGBTQ+

Pride Guide Colorado

602-466-2501

Pride Guide Colorado provides a guide to LGBTQ+ services statewide. Follow the link to find services in your area.

Anchorage, AK

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

St. Francis House Food Pantry

3710 E 20th Ave

907-222-7300

St. Francis House Food Pantry provides food bank services for those who qualify in the Anchorage area.

Shelter

Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission

2823 E Tudor Rd

907-563-5603

Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission provides shelter, counseling, limited medical care, and sobriety support groups.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis

100 W 13th Ave

907-279-9581

AWAIC provides shelter services for women and children who are escaping domestic violence along with education and prevention services.

Housing/Rent Services

Cook Inlet Housing Authority

3510 Spenard Rd. Suite 100

907-793-3000

Cook Inlet Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis

100 W 13th Ave

907-279-9581

AWAIC provides shelter services for women and children who are escaping domestic violence along with education and prevention services.

Childcare

Carousel Child Care Center

6370 Debarr Road

907-333-1231

Carousel Child Care Center provides preschool, childcare, and after school programs for children ages 12 months to 11 years.

Transportation

People Mover

3600 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.

907-343-6543

Follow the link to view bus routes and maps in the Anchorage area.

LGBTQ+

Identity Alaska

801 W Fireweed Lane Suite 103

907-929-4528

Identity Alaska provides support groups, youth programs, and other services for LGBTQ+ individuals.

Ames, IA

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Food at First

611 Clark Ave

515-344-4357

Food at First provides hot meal and food bank services to the Ames area.

Shelter

Emergency Residence Project

225 S Kellogg Ave

515-232-8075

Emergency Residence Project provides emergency shelter and rapid rehousing services.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Assault Care Center Extending Shelter and Support

613 Clark Ave

515-292-0500

ACCESS provides emergency shelter for women and children who are escaping domestic violence.

Housing/Rent Services

Central Iowa Regional Housing Authority

1201 SE Gateway Dr (Grimes)

515-986-1882

CIRHA provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Assault Care Center Extending Shelter and Support

613 Clark Ave

515-292-0500

ACCESS provides services for victims of human trafficking and those who have experienced sexual abuse and domestic violence. Services include counseling, shelter, and support groups.

Childcare

University Community Childcare

2623 Bruner Dr

515-294-9838

University Community Childcare provides childcare programs for children ages 6 weeks to 11 years old.

Transportation

CyRide

601 N University Blvd

515-292-1100

Follow the link to access bus routes and schedules in the Ames area.

LGBTQ+

OneIowa

950 Office Park Rd, Suite 240 (West Des Moines)

515-288-4019

One Iowa is an advocacy nonprofit that provides connections to LGBTQ+ resources all over that state of Iowa.

Dodge City, KS

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Catholic Charities of Southwest Kansas

906 Central Ave

620-227-1562

Follow the link to find food bank services in the Dodge City area.

Shelter

Manna House

1012 1st Ave

620-227-6707

Manna House provides shelter and food services. Call the number for more information.

Shelter (Women & Children)

Catholic Charities of Southwest Kansas

906 Central Ave

620-227-1562

Catholic Charities provides services for women and families. Follow the link for more information.

Housing/Rent Services

Dodge City Housing Authority

407 E Bend St

620-225-1965

Dodge City Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

Catholic Charities of Southwest Kansas

906 Central Ave

620-227-1562

Catholic Charities provides services for women and families. Follow the link for more information.

Childcare

Joy! Child Development Center

210 Soule St

620-227-6136

Call the provided number to inquire of services.

Transportation

D-Tran

201 E Wyatt Earp Blvd

620-225-8119

Follow the link for bus routs and maps in Dodge City.

LGBTQ+

The Center of Wichita

800 N Market (Wichita)

316-285-0007

The Center of Wichita provides services for LGBTQ youth and families in the Wichita area. Call for additional info.

Manhattan, KS

Resource

Place & Website

Address & Number

Services Provided

Food Bank

Flint Hills Breadbasket

905 Yuma Street

785-537-0730

Flint Hills Breadbasket provides food pantry services for individuals in the Manhattan area.

Shelter

Manhattan Emergency Shelter Inc.

416 S 4th Street

785-537-3113

Manhattan Emergency Shelter Inc. provides emergency shelter and housing assistance for individuals and families.

Shelter (Women & Children)

The Crisis Center Inc.

437 Houston St.

785-539-2785

The Crisis Center provides emergency shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence and abuse.

Housing/Rent Services

Manhattan Housing Authority

300 N 5th St

785-776-8588

Manhattan Housing Authority provides housing assistance to those who qualify. Call them to inquire eligibility.

Victim & Survivor Services

The Crisis Center Inc.

437 Houston St.

785-539-2785

The Crisis Center provides shelter, children’s services, support groups, and assistance with protection orders.

Childcare

Creche Day School

2024 Vanesta Place

785-539-7000

Creche provides infant and preschool programs.

Transportation

ATA Bus

5815 Marlatt Ave

785-537-6345

Follow the link to access bus routes and maps in the Manhattan area.

LGBTQ+

Flint Hills Human Rights Project

PO Box 906

FHHRP hosts LGBTQ+ community events and can connect individuals to resources in the area.

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