Resources

 

Organizations Serving Immigrants


Legal Services and Advocacy Groups

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Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County
The Immigrant Center provides consultation relating to issues of immigration and other legal concerns. Initial consultations are $25.
948 North St. Unit 8 Boulder  •  303-444-1522  •  www.boulderayuda.org

Boulder County Legal Services
Legal representation for seniors and low income clients involved in civil cases.
1790 30th Street Boulder  •  303-449-7575  •  www.coloradolegalservices.org

The Colorado DACA  Project (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)
The Colorado DACA Project, a program from the YMCA of Boulder Valley, assists young immigrants applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The DACA Project aims to educate and break down the legal and financial barriers to deferred action for thousands of eligible Colorado immigrants, offering them an opportunity to become contributing members of our community and the nation.
303.664.5455 x9999  •  www.ymcabv.org/ymcaweb/community-daca.html

 

Immigrant Advocacy Groups

El Centro AMISTAD
square-org-flagEl Centro AMISTAD is a grassroots organization committed to structural, social and political change for the benefit of immigrants; dedicated to the development of leaders within the immigrant community; and committed to bringing the voice of immigrants into public discourse. We offer:

• Informative services & referrals to the Latino/Immigrant community of Boulder County.
• Information about human, civil and workers’ rights.
• Workshops/community presentations on Understanding Your Rights & Immigrant’s Rights.
• Compañeras Immigrantes Program.
• Immigrant Leadership Institute.
• Collaboration with other community groups.
• Public policy change issues.

Jorge De Santiago, Executive Director; 2222 14th St. Boulder  •  303-443-9899  •  www.elcentroamistad.org


El Comité
We serves Boulder county at-large as a resource center for issues that concern the Latino community. El Comite works to improve cultural and economic avenues for Latinos and non-English speakers. We provide one-on-one services and advocates for individuals. The St. Vrain Valley Latino Coalition (SVVLC) works to improve the health and well being of low income and under served Latinos, especially migrants and immigrants, through advocacy and interagency collaboration. Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 1:15 pm at the OUR Center in Longmont.

455 Kimbark Avenue Longmont  •  303-651-6125 (El Comité);  303-772-5529 (OUR Center)

 

Asian Legal Services

Asian Chamber
Citizenship application assistance, preparation, translation services. Margaret Choi: 303-830-8880

930 W. 7th Avenue Denver  •  303-595-9737

 

Adult Education Programs for Immigrants

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Bueno Hep and Front Range Community College
The Bueno Center at Front Range Community College provides: GED Pretest, Official GED Test, GED Classes and Tutoring in English and Spanish. Also, beginning, intermediate and advanced ESL classes are held every semester. The cost is $80. A placement exam will place students in the appropriate class level.
2121 Miller Drive, Room C1341, Longmont  •  303-678-3805


Boulder County Community Action Programs

Free, ongoing citizenship classes are offered in Lafayette, Longmont and Boulder. Call for more information.
3482 North Broadway, Boulder  •  303-441-3975


Family Learning Center Adult Education
Beginning, intermediate, and advanced English and computer literacy classes are offered throughout the year. Classes are held twice weekly and meet for three months. The cost is dependent on course. Scholarships are available for those interested in volunteering at the Family Learning Center.

3164 34th Street, Boulder  •  303-442-8979, ext. 3006


Intercambio de Comunidades
We increase the opportunities and independence for Latino immigrants by reducing linguistic and cultural barriers in Boulder County. We offer low cost individualized English classes taught by volunteers, we also provide community resource workshops and intercultural events. The students must be 18 and older. No documentation is required and no residency restrictions.

4735 Walnut St. Suite B, Boulder  •  303-966-0275  •  www.intercambioweb.org


St. Vrain Valley Adult Education Center
Offers free, day and evening ESL Classes. GED pretest and preparatory classes and high school completion classes (Levels I and II) are also offered during the day and evening.

619 Bowen Street, Longmont  •  303-678-5662

 

School Programs for Immigrants

School District Migrant Program
square-org-soccerSummer school program for grades pre-K through 12. Families who have recently moved from a different country, state or school district and who are agricultural workers are eligible for summer school. Home liaisons and migrant recruiters work with migrant farm worker families during the school year.

830 S. Lincoln Street, Longmont  •  303-772-4420

 

Libraries

Boulder Public Library: 1001 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder  •  303-441-4941

Lafayette Public Library: 775 West Baseline Road, Lafayette  •  303-665-5200

Longmont Public Library: 409 4th Avenue, Longmont  •  303-651-8470
Provides English conversational classes as well as books and videos in Spanish.

Louisville Public Library: 951 Spruce Street, Louisville  •  (303) 335-4849

Boulder Reads! 1000 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder  •  303-444-5599  •  www.boulderreads.org
Teaches people to read and write in the English language.

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Health Care for Immigrants

Boulder County Public Health
Boulder County Public Health has many different family health programs. All Public Health programs are available to immigrants, regardless of legal status.

Low cost immunization clinics are offered once a week in Longmont and Boulder.

WIC (Women, Infants and Children) is a free health care program for pregnant and breast-feeding women and children up to five (5) years of age.

GENESIS offers case management services to Boulder County’s pregnant and parenting teens until the child reaches three years of age. Eligibility requirements: Age nineteen (19) or under and parenting or pregnant, or parenting a child six months or younger at the time of referral. Services are offered at no charge.

Boulder County Public Health provides health care programs for pregnant women of all ages.

Boulder: 3482 North Broadway  •  303-413-7500
Longmont: 529 Coffman Street, Suite 200  •  303-678-6166


Salud Family Health Center
Salud provides quality, comprehensive primary health services to all of the residents of a defined catchment area, covering parts of Weld, Boulder, Morgan, Larimer and Adams Counties of Colorado. All services at the clinic, except for immunization clinics, are provided at a discounted fee, which is based on the patient’s income.

Salud offers occasional free immunization clinics at the Longmont Clinic. Otherwise immunizations cost about $6.50 at the clinic.

Salud also has a migrant health bus which visits farm worker camps east of Longmont, in order to serve migrants in the evening at the camps where they live. All health, dental services and medicine given out on the bus are free.

Salud has branches in Fort Lupton, Frederick, Brighton, Commerce City, Fort Morgan, and Estes Park. Call the Longmont office for branch locations and information.

220 East Rogers Road Longmont  •  303-776-3250


Clinica Campesina Family Health Services
Clinica provides medical services to low-income people for a sliding-scale fee. All services are provided to immigrants, regardless of legal status.

1345 Plaza Court North Lafayette  •  303-665-9310


Mental Health Center of Boulder County
The Mental Health Center provides services, regardless of legal status in this country, for a sliding scale fee. No documentation is required in order to receive services.

Individual therapy sessions cost from $5 to $80 (depending on income) for a 45-55 minute session. English- and Spanish-speaking therapists are available.

Parenting programs and consultations are provided by the Community Infant Project free of charge.

Consultations and referrals, as well as occasional programs, are provided in the public schools as well.

Helps women with pregnancy issues and home visits after birth. Fees are based on a sliding-scale and is free if the participant is a Boulder resident.

1333 Iris Avenue Boulder  •  303-443-8500


(Circulo de la Vida Familiar) People’s Clinic
Community health center for low-income, uninsured patients. Pediatric, adult & prenatal services are provided on a sliding scale fee, regardless of legal status. Services in Spanish, Bosnian and Hmong available.

3303 North Broadway, Boulder  •  303-449-6050


Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center
Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center specializes in gynecology and health for women. They also have a family planning clinic. Fees are based on income. Legal documentation is not required to receive service.

2855 Valmont Road, Boulder  •  303-442-5160


GENESIS Program
The GENESIS Program works with pregnant teens to help them access prenatal care, shelter and employment and educates them about good nutrition. All services are free and no documentation is required to receive services.

3482 North Broadway, Boulder  •  303-413-7529


Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood offers pregnancy tests, HIV testing, abortion and contraception services. All services are provided on a sliding-scale fee and no documentation is required to receive services.

2434 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder  •  1-800-230-7526


Real Choices Pregnancy Center
Caring Pregnancy offers group counseling and support for pregnant women. All services are free and no documentation is required to receive services.

350 Broadway, Boulder  •  303-494-3282


Mother House
Mother House provides food, shelter, clothing, and counseling for pregnant women in need.

Boulder  •  303-447-9602

Dental Care

Colorado DHCA Low Income Dental
DHCA offers dental care to low income families. Fees are based on family income and no documentation is required to receive services.

2525 28th Street, Suite 140, Boulder  •  303-430-7399


Dental Aid
Dental Aid provides dental care for low-income families. A $10 registration fee is required for each family or individual. No documentation is needed to receive services.

4155 Darley Avenue, Suite C, Boulder  •  303-499-7010

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