community resources

Parental Counseling and Education:

Adams County and Broomfield Family Resource Guide
Family services for Adams County and the City & County of Broomfield.
Download: Adams County & Brookfield Community Resource Guide

Blue Iris
Empowers women at various stages of divorce through education, support and guidance to move toward a life of peace and well-being.
Website | (720) 441-2393

Central Visitation Program
CVP provides services for supervised parenting time at our facility and for people who are seeking supervised online calendar and mobile app for co-parents.
WebsiteEmail | (303) 839-8701

Dads 24/7
A “one-stop storefront” where dads can find counseling, child care, financial advice, support groups, seminars, legal referrals and dozens of other services after a divorce, family breakup, or spouse’s death.
Website | Email | (720) 466-3237

Douglas County Youth and Family Resource Guide
A resource guide for families provided by The Douglas County Youth Initiative and it’s sponsoring entities.
Download: Douglas County Youth & Family Resource Guide

Families First
Parent support groups and a family helpline for helping parents navigate challenging family circumstances.
Family Support Line: (877) 695-7996 or 1-800-CHILDREN | Spanish: (866) 527-3264 or 1-866-LAS FAMILIAS
Website | (303) 745-0327

In the Best Interests of Children
Co-parenting classes offered throughout the Denver metro area.
Website | (303) 273-0459

Resource Directory for Single Parents – Boulder County
A directory for single parents in Boulder County to help with finding quality, caring services for single-parent families.

Shared Parenting Support Program    
A structured 10-session program for parents who are interested in learning effective communication and co-parenting skills.
Website | (720) 794-7761

Single Mothers of Color (SMOC)
A non-profit organization dedicated to obtaining and sharing information, resources and advocating for working single mothers of color.
Website | (303) 293-2126

Solutions for Families
A skills-based co-parenting program for separated parents.
Website | (303) 772-4450

The Conflict Center
The center offers parenting classes, as well as classes that focus on communication skills, consequences, negotiation, anger management, conflict management and assertiveness.
Website | (303) 433-4983

Proud to Parent
A confidential site for parents who were never married to one another.
Website | Email | (317) 755-1265

Wildflower Women’s Organization
Provides support for women and families going through the transitions of divorce and widowhood, by providing educational, legal, and financial advocacy, with a strong community network.
Website | (720) 518-6472

Legal Advice and Information:

Colorado Legal Services
Provides help for low-income individuals wanting information such as self-help legal information, where to find legal help, who qualifies for free or low-cost legal help, and information about the courts and clinics.
Website | (303) 837-1313

Denver Bar Association
Website offering a legal resource directory and links to several brochures distributed by the Colorado Bar Association.

Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic (JAMLAC)
JAMLAC addresses the legal needs of people struggling with poverty and oppression. JAMLAC also provides full-service legal services for clients that need assistance with: general civil matters, domestic cases, immigration, bankruptcy, public benefits, landlord/tenant discrepancies, sealing of records.
Website | (303) 839-5198

Lawline 9 — 9 News
Lawline 9 is a call-in program. Attorneys answer general legal questions and provide legal information and referrals to other community legal resources. Weekly topics vary and legal resource information is provided.
Every Wednesday, 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Website | (303) 698-0999

Mi Casa Resource Center
Since 1976, Mi Casa has been dedicated to advancing the economic success of Latino and working families in the Denver Metro area.
Website | (303) 573-1302

Attorney Referrals:

Colorado Bar Association, Find a Lawyer
An online directory, by type of attorney, with contact information.

Metro Volunteer Lawyers (MVL)
MVL recruits and coordinates volunteer lawyers to perform free and low-cost legal services for people with no or very low income who live and work in Adams, Broomfield, Arapahoe, Denver, Elbert, Douglas and Jefferson counties.
Website | (303) 830-8210

Metropolitan Lawyer Referral Service
Offers referrals in Adams, Arapahoe, Aurora, Boulder, Denver, Douglas/Elbert, Jefferson and Larimer counties.
Website | (303) 831-8000

Martindale-Hubbell Law Directories
These directories can be found in law libraries or public libraries. The resource lists attorneys in Colorado, along with their specialties.
Website | 1-800-526-4902

Legal Clinics/Divorce Resources:

Adams/Broomfield Bar Association Pro Se Divorce Clinic
Attorney volunteers will provide an overview of divorce law and procedure in Colorado. You also can ask questions on how to fill out and file your paperwork. Obtain forms for dissolution of marriage or legal separation prior to attending the clinic. The forms can be purchased at the Clerk`s Office on the first floor of the Justice Center or downloaded at, “Self Help Center.” Call for times and dates.
Website | Email | (303) 451-0300

Denver Bar Association Pro Se (do it yourself) Litigant Clinics
A list of free legal clinics that assist in understanding the legal process and forms. They do not provide direct legal advice, and they will not directly assist in completing forms.

Douglas County Pro Se Divorce & Post-Decree Clinic
A free legal clinic for parties who have no attorney who are going through Dissolution of Marriage, Legal Separation, or Post-Decree cases. All walk-ins are welcome, and will be assisted on a first-come, first-served basis. Call for more information.
Website | (303) 663-7266


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Marriage Counseling:

University of Denver Couples Clinic
Evaluation, treatment and couple’s therapy using PREP, a research-based educational program
Website | (303) 871-3306

Maria Droste Counseling Center
Maria Droste Counseling Center provides Marriage, Family and Grief counseling for adults as well as children
Website | (303) 756-9052

Psychology Today Therapists
A list of Marriage Counseling therapists in the Denver Metro and surrounding area.

Child Support:

County Child Support Offices:

Adams County, Child Support Enforcement Unit
Website | (303) 227-2233

Arapahoe County, 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Child Support Division
Website | (303) 752-8900

Boulder County Department of Social Services, Child Support Enforcement Unit
Website | (303) 441-1000

Broomfield County, Health and Human Services, Child Support Enforcement
Website | (720) 887-2200

Denver Department of Human Services, Child Support Enforcement
Website | Email | (720) 944-2960

Douglas County, 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Child Support Division
Website | (303) 814-7145

Jefferson and Gilpin Counties, Child Support Enforcement
Website | (303) 271-4300

Additional information is also available on the Colorado Department of Human Services, Colorado Division of Child Support Services Website.

Child Support Enforcement Services Clinic – Provided by Denver Bar Association
This free clinic provides information on the services provided by Colorado’s County Child Support Enforcement Units. Topics include establishment of paternity; contest of paternity; and the establishment, modification and enforcement of child support orders under the federal IV-D program. Information on how to apply for services, guidelines on calculating child support, and all child support obligations will also be provided.
Denver City & County Building, 1437 Bannock St, Room 368
(303) 860-1115, Call for Schedule

Family Support Registry
The payment processing center for child support in the state of Colorado.
Website | (303) 299-9123, (800) 374-6558

Domestic Violence Resources:

Denver Police Department, Victim Assistance Unit
On-scene crisis intervention service, advocacy and referrals.
Website | (720) 913-6035

Domestic Violence Hotlines
Local (303) 318-9989 | National (800) 799-7233 or (800) 787-3224 TTY

Project Safeguard
Dedicated to providing legal advocacy and direct court support to victims of domestic abuse, ensuring their safety and survival.
Website | (303) 317-4157

Victim & Witness Services
A free service to victims of crime: advocacy, crisis counseling, legal information and education on the criminal justice system and crime prevention services
(303) 659-7735, Adams County
(720) 887-2199, Broomfield County
(303) 441-3700, Boulder County

Self-Help Centers:

Adams Combined Courts Self-Help Center
Email: All emails answered within 24 hours.

Arapahoe District Court Self-Help Center
Email | (720) 568-4844

Colorado Courts Self-Help Center
Colorado Judicial Branch website, offering general information, forms and instructions for self-representation in court matters, as well as contact information for each county courthouse.

Denver District Court/Denver Probate Court Self-Help Center
Domestic matters: (720) 865-8440
Probate matters: (720) 865-8746

Denver Juvenile Court Self-Help Center (Adoption, Paternity, Child Support)
(720) 337-0583

Douglas County Self-Help Center
(720) 437-6200

Jefferson County Combined Courts Self-Help Center
(303) 271-6570

Mediation Resources:

Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral person helps people reach an agreement. Family cases benefiting from mediation include divorce/custody, child support and paternity cases.

Colorado Judicial Department Office of Dispute Resolution
Website | (303) 837-3672

Court Mediation Services (CMS)
CMS strives to improve the effectiveness of the Denver justice system by providing mediation services to the community and the courts. CMS provides mediation services to the Civil Division of the Denver County Court and Small Claims Court with the express approval and assistance of the County Court judges and magistrates under the guidance of the presiding judge.
Website | (303) 824-5377

Mediation Association of Colorado
Website | (303) 322-9275