In Colorado, 566,440 people are facing hunger - and of them 147,120 are children. Disenfranchised communities are in substantial need of nutritious food, baby food, clothing, outerwear, hygiene products, cleaning supplies, school supplies, and pet food.
Servicios’ Basic Emergency Services staff assists vulnerable individuals and families out of crisis to achieve self-sufficiency, greater security, and stability in their lives. BES serves diverse client populations including those who are homeless, victims of domestic violence, low & moderate-income families, veterans, people re-entering society post- incarceration, LGBTQ+ community, senior citizens, mixed-status households, and anyone who is having trouble making ends meet.
The BES program is a dynamic program that adjusts to the needs of the community. BES relies on financial donations, volunteers, and support from partnering agencies.
Partner agencies that assist year-round include: We Don’t Waste, Food Bank of the Rockies, A Precious Child, St. Anthony’s Food Bank, Heinrich Hispanidad, and many more. To access any of these services, please call us at 303-458-5851.
Wagess CDOC Staff
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