Juntos: Together we Thrive
The Juntos basic emergency services program is a bilingual program that provides services to assist the most vulnerable members of our community who live on the margins of poverty and are in need of access to culturally responsive emergency services. The Juntos program provides services including: hunger relief through our food bank, Holiday food baskets, client advocacy (employment wage disputes, rental disputes, etc.), case management, provision of child passenger safety seats for infants and toddlers, instruction on child safety passenger seat installation, children, adult and youth clothing banks, benefits acquisition (enrollment of public insurance such as Medicare, Medicaid, and CHP+, garden cultivation through seed transplants for personal gardens, community outreach and referrals, and financial literacy classes.
To find out more about proper installation of child safety passenger seats, please call 303.458.5851 to set an appointment with our CDOT(Colorado Department of Transportation) technician, trained in the inspection and installation of child passenger seats or visit this website for more information on the case for car seats:
Individuals and families that are in need of any of the Juntos program components are asked to call Servicios’ main phone line 303- 458-5851 to request an appointment. The Juntos program is located on the first floor and is wheel chair accessible in Servicios’ main building 4055 Tejon Street.
The food pantry is open Tuesday 8:30-11:30am, Wednesday 1:15-4:00pm, and Friday 11:00am-3:00pm by appointment only.
Please call 303- 458-5851 to request an appointment.
Recipients will be required to provide current proof of residency (Xcel bill, phone bill, cable bill or a rental agreement)and any other information we are required to have through The Emergency Food Act Program.