Community Services

Colorado Crisis Services assists residents with any of the mental illnesses that affect one out of every five American families each year: anxiety, stress, depression, drug or alcohol addiction, or bipolar disorder — or any other mental health challenge.

Colorado Legal Services assists low-income Coloradoans seeking legal assistance.

Inter-Faith Community Services provides basic human services and enrichment programs to low-income people in Glendale, using community resources, including assistance with school backpacks for the children.

Among the many services of Mile High United Way is school readiness, youth success, and adult self-sufficiency.

Senior Reach is a community program that identifies older adults who may need emotional or physical support or a connection to community services.

Reduced RTD bus passes are available for Glendale residents. Fill out the bus pass application (PDF) and see Stephanie Crone, Court Administrator, at the Glendale Municipal Center, 950 South Birch Street, Glendale.

The Glendale Sports Center is a local community resource providing youth after-school summer camps and teen programs.

24/7 Crisis Intervention (303) 730-3303
General Information: (303) 730-8858

Glendale Co-Responder