Sacred Heart Counseling | Denver Catholic Charities – With various locations across the Front Range, Sacred Heart Counseling offers an array of clinical counseling services for individual men and women; married couples; children and adolescents; and families, along with Project Rachel counseling for those affected by abortion.
Founded in 2011, the clinic serves a variety of clientele in need of counseling services, including clinical counseling to individuals, married couples and families; post-abortive counseling; school counseling at archdiocesan schools; and psychological assessment.
Sacred Heart Counseling recently added a substance-abuse program to help treat clients with both mental health and substance-abuse issues.
St. Raphael Counseling offers an array of clinical counseling services grounded in Catholic teaching. Services include individual, family and couples therapy; pornography recovery group; marriage preparation program; psychological testing; and spiritual direction.
In 2012, Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Thomas Aquinas merged their efforts to feed the hungry and formed Harvest of Hope Pantry, a Catholic non-profit organization guided by the pastors and members of both parishes.
Harvest of Hope offers a client-choice shopping experience where individuals select preferred food items. Once a week, clients with kitchens and refrigeration can shop weekday mornings and select from a variety of dairy foods, perishable prepared meal items and protein foods. Those without kitchens can shop every weekday afternoon for easy-to-eat foods such as protein bars, pop-top canned items, yogurt, produce and fresh sandwiches, which give them a daily amount of supplemental food to fill the gap that other organizations are unable to offer.
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless (bouldershelter.org) and the Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA, efaa.org) provide case management, access to benefits, help with prescriptions and replacing identification, housing assistance and referrals, job search resources, and RTD bus passes to the homeless and working poor of Boulder.
City of Boulder residents who need assistance with rent, utility bills or prescription medications may call the parish center to schedule an appointment with Deacon Chris to determine eligibility. Our charity account is funded directly from parishioner donations.
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Marisol provides comprehensive health care, housing and human services. It offers an innovative model to provide individuals with a seamless range of services, including helping women and men with unexpected pregnancies; providing medical care for those who are unable to access high-quality reproductive care; and offering counseling, housing, early childhood education and additional supportive resources.
Located in central Boulder, Mother House provides a safe haven for pregnant women who are at risk. The organization is committed to protecting unborn children, providing a nurturing and loving home, and encouraging the women to build the confidence and the skills necessary for a successful future.
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Volunteers are needed to make meals once a week and teach classes, perform household repairs and yard work, help with fundraisers and more. Call 303.447.9602 for more information.
Marisol Health operates two medical centers, one in Lafayette and one in Denver, that are fully equipped to help women make informed decisions about their reproductive health.
Marisol Health embraces individuals and families in need with life-affirming medical care and social services. Through a special partnership with Bella Natural Women’s Care & Family Wellness, Marisol Health provides a full range of women’s health and family health services.
Marisol Health’s medical team and social services staff work hand in hand to provide women with dignified, holistic care. The medical clinics are based on a unique continuum of care model that leverages existing resources within Catholic Charities, including shelter and housing services.