Servicios de La Raza in the News

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Denver7 | February 27, 2024

Jose Pereyra, Program Coordinator and Domestic Violence High-risk Taskforce Advocate spoke with Denver7 about domestic violence and harassment signs and prevention for teens.

Domestic Violence Resources: Vistas 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 303-953-5930 ; National Domestic Violence Support Line: 800-787-3224

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9News | February 27, 2024

Our Workforce Development program offers job readiness training within the jail to help participants with resume building, interview practice, and more so they are prepared to start applying immediately after release.

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COMIDA Program offers healthy food and nutrition education for Denver's kids

Denver7 | January 23, 2024

Denver7’s Micah Smith interviews Bianca Calderón, Essential Services Program Coordinator, about COMIDA. The COMIDA program aids low-income, under-resourced families with youth aged 18 and under with healthy food distributions and community education. Click here to sign up. 

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9News | January 12, 2024

Governor Polis did not address Colorado's newest residents during his State of the State address last week. As we see an increasing amount of migrants daily who are seeking help - with things as basic as food, shelter and clothing- we continue to advocate for systems and funding to help our communities thrive.

See what our Pueblo Client Services Manager had to say on the topic.

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Denver7 | December 19, 2023

Vice President of Development James Gillespie speaks on the importance of offering charitable contributions to support low-income Latino communities at the end of the year.

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Denver7 | November 24, 2023

Denver7, Safeway and Servicios de La Raza teamed up to make sure families in need had a warm meal for the holidays.

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