Homeward Bound of the Grand Valley
2853 North Avenue • 256-9424
Temporary night shelter for families, women, and men intake at 5pm for families/6pm for individuals
Domestic Violence Program/Latimer House
1003 Main Street • 241-0324
Crisis Hotline • 241-6704
Counseling, advocacy, referral to safe house
Grand Junction Housing Authority
1011 North 10th St. • 245-0388 ext. 238
M-F 8:30am to 4:30pm
Applications for all Housing Programs
Grand Valley Catholic Outreach
245 South 1st Street • 241-3658
9am – 11:30am
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 forVA benefits and much more.
B4 Babies and Beyond
2897 North 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 8am to 5pm
Dental, vision care, medical care, mental health care and case management for low income, uninsured individuals.
Must call for an appointment.
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