Homeward Bound of the Grand Valley
2853 North Avenue • 256-9424
Temporary night shelter for families, women, and men intake at 5 pm for families/6 pm for individuals
Domestic Violence Program/Latimer House
1129 Colorado Ave • 241-0324
Crisis Hotline • 241-6704
Counseling, advocacy, referral to safe house
Grand Junction Housing Authority
8 Foresight Circle • 245-0388 ext. 238
M-F 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Applications for all Housing Programs
Grand Valley Catholic Outreach
245 South 1st Street • 241-3658
9 am – 11:30 am
Case management and housing for individuals and families. Transitional housing, permanent housing, and emergency financial assistance.
VA Medical Center
2121 North Ave. • 242-0731 ext 2117
VA Homeless Program 263-2824
Assistance for eligible Veterans in finding housing, community resources and VA benefits.
Grand Junction Veterans Center
2472 F Rd. Unit 16 • 245-4156
Readjustment counseling and outreach services for veterans and their families.
Medical referrals and assistance in applying for VA benefits and much more.
Veterans Home Buying Guide
Information for Veterans about home buying.
B4 Babies and Beyond
1129 Colorado Ave • 683-2634 or 248-0871
M-F 8am to 5pm
Prenatal and child health care insurance
515 28 ¾ Rd. • 241-6023 • Crises line 241-6022
Individual/group counseling, psychiatric services – sliding fee scale.
Peer services offering group classes – 1 on 1 support for free.
Call 241-6023 ext 7390
Oasis Club House
450 Ouray Ave.
Mental health and substance abuse services
Womens Recovery Center
2800 Riverside Parkway Bldg 2
Drug and alcohol recovery center for women
Crisis line: 970-241-6022
Mesa County Health Department
510 29 ½ Rd • 248-6900
Child clinic, immunizations, HIV/STD testing. Sliding fee scale
2333 North 6th Street • 255-1782
M-S 8 am to 5 pm
Dental, vision care, medical care, mental health care and case management for low income, uninsured individuals.
Must call for an appointment.
Start Your Recovery
Main page - https://startyourrecovery.org/
Top Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers - https://startyourrecovery.org/treatment/rehab-centers/colorado
Grand Valley Transit
Educational & Employment
Mesa County Workforce Center
512 29 1/2 Road • 248-0871 • job line 248-7575
Job listings, job searching assistance, GED Classes
222 S.6th Street Room 215 • 248-7103
Skill development & job training for persons w/disabilities.
512 29 ½ Rd
Outreach/Admissions career transition services
School Dist. 51 REACH program
254-5500 ext. 12135 or can call any school office.
Advocacy for families with school aged children.
410 Hill Ave. • 254-5405 M-F 9:30-5:00
Early Childhood Education ages 0-5
835 N. 26th Street • 243-9318
Federally funded preschool program
With health and nutritional services for children 3-5 years old.
Center for Independence
740 Gunnison Ave
Contact Mary Moore at 241-0315
Assisting those with disabilities to become independent
LEAP Services @DHS
510 29 ½ Rd • 244-8400
M-F 8-5 November-April
Low income utility assistance
Housing Resources of Western Colorado
524 30 Rd, Ste #3 | 241-2871
Home Weatherization Assistance
Colorado Indigent Care Program
St. Mary’s Hospital • 244-3373 ext. 2505
Assistance with financial problems limiting the liability of individual and
family medical costs.
Colorado Legal Services
200 North 6th Street • 243-7940
Disability Law Colorado
322 North 8th Street • 241-6371
Helping promote and protect the rights of people with disabilities and older
people through legal representation, advocacy education and legislative analysis.
Social Security Administration
744 Horizon Court #120 245-2627 or 1 866-931-7120
Apply for Social Security Benefits
1-800-388-5515 or 1-888-555-2800
For hearing impaired 1-800-894-7730
To apply for unemployment
Gray Gourmet Senior Nutrition & Senior Dining Program
Call to make a reservation. Suggested donation is $3.50, although any amount is appreciated
Retail Savings Guide for People with Disabilities