COVID-19 Resource Guide
Resources and Partners
The IC works with a network of partners and resources to help people with disabilities live more independent lives. If you need assistance during COVID-19, we urge you to reach out to The IC at 719-471-8181 or contact one of the organizations below, depending on your needs.
Due to Governor Polis’ stay-at-home order, many have altered physical access and hours of operation. Please visit their websites for more information.
Academy Kids Dental and Vision
Pediatric dental and vision clinic that accepts Medicaid and most insurance plans.
Provides mental health services, counseling services, and treatment.
Aspen Pointe – Lighthouse
The Acute Treatment Unit (ATU) at the Lighthouse treats adults age 18 and over who are experiencing problems with psychiatric illnesses and/or emotional disorders that need immediate attention.
Independent Living Center (ILC) located in Denver, Colorado.
Helping families understand, prepare, preserve assets, and qualify for VA Aid and Attendance or Long Term Care Medicaid programs.
Black Forest Lutheran Church Food Pantry
Offers a food pantry for individuals and families in need in the Pikes Peak Region.
CARES (Community Assistance, Referral, and Education Services)
Colorado Springs Fire Department Public Health Department
Mobile integrated health program provides injury and illness prevention, chronic disease management education, low acuity medical response, proper medical facility navigation, and follow-up with hospital and emergency department discharge plans.
Catholic Charities of Central Colorado
Hanifen Center/Marian House
Provides social services throughout a 10-county area with most of the services targeted to people living in Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, El Paso County, and Douglas County.
A behavioral health treatment center that offers specialized services for individuals of every age struggling with emotional, psychiatric, and substance abuse disorders.
CHP Community Health Partnership
CHP supports a network of safety net clinics to offer donated medical services to low-income, uninsured people and provides patient navigation services and training to safety net providers.
Colorado Joining Community Forces
A voluntary military and community cooperative partnership organized to allow service providers to engage in a multi-service networking to assist with connecting Service Members and Families to local military or community resources.
Colorado Legal Service
Legal help for low-income Coloradans seeking assistance with civil legal needs.
Connections for Life (Fountain)
Provides services including basic life physical needs, life skills training, and crisis situation support.
Faith-based, non-profit organization that provides food, clothing and other basic items of daily living to those who need them.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Helps individuals with disabilities prepare for, obtain, advance in, and maintain employment by providing a range of services based on individual employment needs and goals.
Dream Center Women’s Clinic
Offers free medical and behavioral health care, and a suite of wrap-around services to women and teens ages 13-64 in the Pikes Peak Region
Ecumenical Social Ministries
Provides basic human services to low-income people and people experiencing homelessness.
Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Colorado Springs (EHRH)
Provider of rehabilitation after stroke, Parkinson’s, amputation, brain injury, and other complex neurological and orthopedic conditions.
Faith Community Nurses (Penrose St. Francis)
Licensed, registered nurses who practice wholistic health for individuals and the community using nursing knowledge combined with spiritual care.
Helps homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence by assisting with temporary housing, meals, and services.
Fresh Start Center
Offers programs that address hunger, poverty, and joblessness.
Provides stable, safe, affordable housing to offer resources for residents to achieve stability, and to promote solutions to the affordable housing needs of our community.
Home Front Military Network
Offers one-time assistance to help get through hardship by assisting with items such as rent, utilities, car payments, and other essential life expenses.
Homeward Pikes Peak (HPP)
Through a variety of services and programs, HPP serves individuals in recovery or who are experiencing homelessness and the families of individuals in distress.
Hunger Free Colorado – Food Resource Hotline
Connects Coloradans to food resources.
Provides crisis support services and spiritual support to working class individuals and families throughout El Paso County.
MS Society – Southern Colorado Chapter
Offers resources and support for those living with multiple sclerosis.
Mountain Metro Bus
Provides local fixed-route bus service and Metro Mobility ADA paratransit service for Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region.
Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center
Provides transition and employment assistance, behavioral health and wellness, supportive services, and connection to community resources.
NAMI – Colorado Springs
Provides programs and services directly to people with mental health diagnoses and helps people navigate a loved one’s mental illness.
Neighborhood Justice Center
The Neighborhood Justice Center (NJC) helps citizens peacefully resolve disputes through mediation.
Partners In Housing
Guides families in housing crisis from insecurity to stability, self-reliance, and prosperity.
Pikes Peak Continuum of Care (PPCOC)
The local decision-making group whose purpose and scope is to implement community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness in El Paso County, Colorado.
Peak Parent Center
A nonprofit that works to ensure that people with disabilities are fully included in their neighborhood schools, communities, employment, and all walks of life.
A nonprofit Federally Qualified Health Center providing medical and dental care that incorporates behavioral health services for people of all ages.
Peak Vista – Developmental Disability Health Center (DDHC)
Provides health care for adult patients (18 and older) who have a developmental disability.
Pikes Peak United Way 2-1-1
Pikes Peak United Way 2-1-1 provides referrals for: food, housing, utilities, home repair, emergency shelter, clothing, transportation, military assistance, taxes, mental health, senior issues, substance abuse, medical care and more.
The Place (formerly Urban Peak)
Offers programs to support young people who are experiencing homelessness including outreach, housing, and a shelter.
Project Angel Heart
Prepares medically tailored meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses.
Rocky Mountain ADA Center
Provides information, guidance, and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) tailored to meet the needs of individuals and organizations in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
Rocky Mountain Human Services
A nonprofit organization that offers person-centered case management and direct service programs for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Rocky Mountain Human Services – Homes for All Veterans (HAV)
Provides outreach, case management, and support accessing community and mainstream resources to Veteran households who are experiencing homelessness or in danger of homelessness.
Rocky Mountain PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly)
Offers a holistic suite of services to meet the health care needs of older adults in our community.
Provides various types of assistance including a food programs, family and social services, shelter and housing, and emergency disaster services.
SET Family Medical Clinic
SET is a nonprofit medical clinic providing care to the uninsured, under-insured, homeless and Medicaid populations in our community.
Silver Key Senior Services
Provides adults age 60 and over in the Colorado Springs area with a wide variety of services such as home-delivered meals including Meals on Wheels, Reserve & Ride transportation services, and vital services including case management and government food program distribution.
Springs Rescue Mission
Provides critically needed food, shelter, clothing and services to our neighbors experiencing homelessness, poverty and addiction.
Serves children, teens, adults, veterans, and service members with adaptive needs through adaptive riding, mental health services, and physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Provides free and voluntary services to people who identify as experiencing domestic violence.
Therapeutic Recreation Program (TRP)
Provides opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities to acquire skills that enable them to participate in leisure experiences and enhance their abilities to function within a community setting.
The only food pantry and human services organization located in and serving northern El Paso County.
Volunteers of America – Support Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
The SSVF Program seeks to prevent Veterans and their families from becoming homeless and to rapidly rehouse those who have lost their homes.
Provides services to the westside community including food pantries, financial assistance, medical assistance, and referrals.
YMCA -The Colorado Springs Senior Center
Offers quality of life experiences to adults 55 years of age and older