Below are resources geared specifically for women, families and youth affected by HIV/AIDS.
Monthly support group for children living in families with HIV/AIDS. Also offers monthly newsletter and annual free family camp. See full listing in directory.
The Blue Bench
Provides crisis intervention, victim advocacy, referrals, information and counseling for survivors of sexual violence.
24 hour English-speaking hotline: 303-322-7273
24 hour Spanish-speaking hotline: 303-329-0031
Boulder County OASOS
Aims to increase healthy behaviors and decrease risky behaviors among LGBTQ youth ages 13-20 through support, advocacy and education.
1030 Boston Avenue
Longmont, CO 80501
The Bridge Project
Provides after school, summer, scholarship and family/adult classes.
2148 S High Street Denver, CO 80208
Children’s Hospital Immunodeficiency Program (CHIP)
Pediatric HIV clinic serving HIV- infected pregnant women and children (infant to age 24), as well as HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for youth aged 15-25. See full listing in directory.
Colorado Anti-Violence Program
Crisis intervention, food transportation, emergency shelter, information, and referrals for LGBTQ victims of violence. See full listing in directory.
Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP)
Provides financial assistance to low- income families that are working, searching for employment or are in training, and families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program.
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Serves as a forum for social action and the development of services for battered women and their families by bringing its membership and the community together.
1330 Fox St., Suite 3, Denver, CO 80204
Toll free: 888-778-7091
National Violence Hotline:
Colorado WIC Program
The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, health referrals and other services free of charge to Colorado families who qualify. WIC’s goal is to help keep pregnant and breastfeeding women and children under age 5 healthy.
Denver Area Youth Services (DAYS)
Serves youth (age six and up) and families; offers individual, group and family counseling. See full listing in directory.
The Empowerment Program
Women’s program providing education, employment assistance, health, housing and support services. See full listing in directory.
Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network Colorado
Works to ensure safe schools for all students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Inside/Out Youth Services
Provides support groups for, recreation nights, HIV education and prevention services for GLBTQ youth ages 13-22 in Colorado Springs. See full listing in directory.
Mi Casa Resource Center
Women’s business center, job training, GED and English classes, youth and family supportive services. See full listing in directory.
OutFront Youth Group
Group for GLBTQ youth
P.O. Box 602
Pueblo, CO 81002
Out Youth (Out Boulder)
LGBTQ youth and allies ages 13-18
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
Information and support for families and friends of lesbians and gays. See full listing in directory.
Denver Chapter: http://www.pflagdenver.org/
Drop-in center for GLBT youth.
1301 E Colfax in Denver
Sisters of Color United for Education – Plaza Aztlan
Offers Promotora training on sexuality, STIs, HIV, reproductive health, substance abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, cultural literacy, and harm reduction. See full directory in listing.
Serving youth under 21 experiencing homelessness in metropolitan Denver and Colorado Springs. See full listing in directory.
The Women’s Bean Project Offers transitional jobs in gourmet food manufacturing designed to provide immediate income, arrange support services to overcome barriers to employment, and teach job readiness skills.
3201 Curtis Street
Denver, CO 80205
Work Options for Women
Provides food skills service and life skills training, job-placement and post-employment support.
1200 Federal Blvd.
Denver, CO 80204
Youth HIV Advocacy Coalition Initiates collaborative efforts to prevent HIV infection among youth and to increase identification of youth living with HIV. See listing in directory.
Camps for children
Roundup River Ranch
Our patients ages 7-17 attend a weeklong camp for specific medical issues. They also have a weekend family camp in the fall. All services are free of charge.
For questions concerning camp programs, applying to camp, volunteer opportunities, medical support,
and other camp-based questions, please contact:
8333 Colorado River Road
Gypsum, CO 81637
Fax, General: 877.619.0323
Fax, Medical Forms and Confidential Information: 888.524.2477
Run by Angels Unaware. Camp Ray-Ray hosts 20-25 families and about 20 volunteers, a total of 125 people.
At Camp Heartland, the stigma stops. You can say as much or as little as you want about how HIV/AIDS impacts your life and no one will judge you. And there’s a sense of relief that comes with experiencing complete acceptance. This is a home away from home where you can be yourself, share your story or blend into a group—whatever works for you
Thanks for your interest in One Heartland! You can contact us using any of the methods below. Or you may contact One Heartland staff directly.
2101 Hennepin Ave. S, Suite #200 Minneapolis, MN 55405
PO Box 800991
Santa Clarita, CA 91390