COVID Recovery Housing
Have you tested positive for COVID-19, been tested and are awaiting results or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and need to get tested?
Are you experiencing homelessness and have nowhere to safely recover?
If yes, call Jefferson County Public Health Warm Line at 303-271-8396 for screening and connection to available housing options.
Free COVID-19 Vaccine, HIV & Hep C Testing. Walk-up Clinic (no appt. necessary), no ID needed. Must be over 18 for COVID vaccine. (Johnson & Johnson). SEE FLYER HERE
Tuesday 5/11, 9am-3pm
The Action Center, 8745 W. 14th Ave., Lakewood, CO
Wed. 5/12 9am-1pm
Mission Arvada, 7500 W. 57th Ave., Arvada, CO
Housing & Other Resources
Jefferson County CommUNITY Resource Hub: Jefferson County Human Services, Jefferson County Public Health, and Jefferson County Public Affairs have collaborated with a number of community partners to launch this community-wide resource information under one easy to access hub to help connect our community to support that best fits their needs.
Colorado PEAK allows for individuals to apply for public assistance online and make changes to their current case.
Jefferson County Business and Workforce Center webpage has information and resources for businesses and those facing unemployment or job seekers.
United Way 211 (Website or call 211) - a state-wide resource hub offering information about food, shelter, COVID-19 related resources, childcare, and basic needs. This site is a great way for individuals to call if they need assistance or search the website for resources in their local neighborhoods.
Jeffco Severe Weather Response 2020-21
Severe Weather runs from Oct. 1 through April 30th each year.
Severe weather is declared for Jefferson County - metro area households by 9am on Severe Weather Shelter Network's Web site or by calling 720-257-9414. Severe weather is defined in Jefferson County metro area as being 32 degrees or colder and wet or 20 degrees or colder and dry. In Jefferson County mountain communities, severe weather is defined as any nighttime low temperature at 32 degrees or colder.
Thanks very much to the issuing agencies listed below and other community partners who continue to play a critical role in ensuring its success.