228 N Cascade Ave, 80903
A part of Catholic Charities, the soup kitchen offers hot meal 365 days a year to anyone who comes through their doors. On average, they serve 600 meals per day.
7 W Dale St, 80903
Dale House reaches out to at-risk youth. The goal is to teach these youth the skills necessary to living independently while building healthy relationships within the context of community living. Each year Dale House takes in 40-50 teens who are most often referred by the Division of Youth Services.
201 N Weber St, 80903
ESM serves over 70,000 each year in the Pikes Peak Region who cannot afford to buy food, pay for housing, or find a job. They work to restore dignity and encourage self-sufficiency for low income and homeless people in crisis.
1880 S Cascade, 80905
FLS facilitates life transformation of struggling single moms and their children through faith-based community. They accomplish this through a resident program and a community outreach program: transitional housing, a community of like-minded moms and children, secure play areas, mentoring, weekly support groups, networking and assistance referrals, life skill classes.
917 E Moreno Ave, 80903
FMA, a part of the Family Connections Center of Catholic Charities, provides mentoring services to families experiencing homelessness, so through the sharing of practical life skills, they can move from homelessness to stable housing and an improved quality of life. They strive to promote hope and purpose to those in need through relationships that empower the family to invest in their own lives for a better future. Over a six-month period, through structures mentoring with a Congregant Team at a partner church, the families experiencing homelessness benefit from the encouragement of the relational support in regards to budgeting and life skills.
519 N Tejon St, 80903
Family Promise engages the community and its resources in providing basic, preventative and supportive services to families with children who are in homeless situations or at risk of becoming so. They do this through the Interfaith Hospitality Network (rotation of churches hosting families), Hope Homes and transitional housing.
1808 W Colorado Ave, 80904
Since 1990, Greccio has strived to provide stability, safety and support for over 1,000 residents by working to reduce the housing expense burden. In addition to their help with affordable housing, they provide classes for life skills and create community with their residents through outreach and events.
2802 N Prospect St, 80907
Serving El Paso County, Colorado and internationally, Pikes Peak Habitat is an affordable homeownership program that brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
4945 N 30th St, 80919
As a nondenominational Christian charity, Hope & Home trains and actively supports foster families all across the Front Range who feel compelled by Christ’s command to take care of “the least of these.”
3700 Galley Rd #100, 80909
The mission of Life Network is to cultivate a community that values life through the love of Christ. This is done through the Colorado Springs Pregnancy Center with free pregnancy tests, STD testing, options counsel, ultrasounds, referrals and emergency assistance for diapers, formula and clothing. Bridges of Hope is a nine-week healing and support class to those struggling with the effects of a past abortion. Education for a Lifetime equips middle and high school students with medically sound training on the benefits of avoiding sexual activity outside of marriage. LifeSteps is an outreach that equips teen and first-time parents with both foundational parenting education and much needed material resources.
315 N Weber St, 80903
LFS Refugee & Asylee Programs have helped people who have been uprooted be persecution and violence work towards self-sufficiency through essential resettlement services including housing, employment, English language and cultural orientation.
2125 E La Salle St, 80909
Mission Medical is a faith-based non-profit organization that provides free healthcare to uninsured, under-insured, and low-income members of the Pikes Peak Region. On-site volunteer doctors, optometrists, dentists, mental health providers, diabetes specialists and chaplains offer their services to those in need.
455 Gold Pass Heights, 80906
Partners in Housing gives families in crisis hope and opportunities, providing one-year transitional housing in Colorado Springs, and supportive services, so they can become self-sufficient including housing, case management, life skills, and budget and credit counseling.
5590 N Nevada Ave, 80918
PPA believes all students need great love to graduate with hope. They provide highly personalized Christian alternative high school for students needing a new opportunity to earn their diploma while learning the critical life skills needed to build their confidence and renew their hope.
420 N Cascade, 80903
PPYL introduces adolescents to Jesus Christ and helps them grow in their faith. They invite kids to follow Christ and care for them regardless of their response and change lives in the process.
420 N Cascade, 80903
Young Lives reaches teen moms by entering their world, modeling the unconditional love of Christ, and encouraging them to become the women and mothers God created them to be. Through life-on-life mentoring, teen moms are empowered to make positive choices, set and achieve goals and live a future rooted in Christ.
423 E Cucharras St, 80903
The Place, a former affiliate of Urban Peak offers three programs: outreach (connects shelter or helps reunify with family members, provide anything from clean socks to HIV testing to water), shelter (20-bed facility, meals, clothing and health clinic from those 15-20), housing (building self-sufficiency). The Place ignites the potential in youth to exist homelessness and create self-determine, fulfilled lives.
5 W Las Vegas St, 80903
While SRM seeks to meet the immediate needs of our homeless neighbors, their ultimate goal is to provide the support and tools necessary to create lasting change. They provide food, shelter, job training and rehabilitation.
With growing impoverishment, THRIVE uses entrepreneurship as an economic and community development tool to promote prosperity in at-risk communities. Thrive aims to better equip the next generation of entrepreneurs. New entrepreneurs or current business owners who care about growing deep roots in Southeast Colorado Springs, with the specific intent to give the most vulnerable part of Colorado Springs an opportunity to THRIVE as a healthy community.