Resources

Sometimes Atlantis Community, Inc. may not have the resources, programs, or staff necessary to help in a particular situation—whether that’s due to funding constraints, limitations of our Independent Living programs, or a lack of training/knowledge (for example: we do not have anyone on staff qualified to give legal advice or provide legal services). However, that does not mean we cannot still be useful to you! Even when there is nothing we can personally do, we still have the information and networking necessary to connect people with the programs and services that they need out in the community. Whether you’re looking to purchase a new wheelchair or trying to find apartment that is affordable and accessible, Atlantis may be able to help guide you in the right direction.

Resources List

Check out the database below for information on a variety of resources and organizations that can help many different situations and needs. Use the search box or select categories to limit the list.

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Professional Sign Language Interpreting, Inc.

PSLI Inc. has been rooted in the Denver Metro area since its beginning. We pride ourselves in matching the particular needs of consumers with qualified, skilled, interpreters. PSLI, Inc. has firsthand knowledge of communication accessibility and full understanding of how to successfully execute communication between Deaf and hearing persons.

Project Helping

Project Helping uses the joy of purpose created by volunteering to improve mental wellness and combat depression. Volunteering as part of a group creates a sense of purpose and belonging. This sense of purpose is derived from serving others, while the feeling of belonging is created by being involved with a peer group who all empathize with mental wellness issues and depression.

Project PAVE

Ending violence by empowering youth to build healthy relationships.

Providence Network

"Providence Network is a 501 (c)3 Denver, urban transformational housing organization that helps men, women, and families heal from addictions, abuse, and homelessness to become self-sufficient, productive members of the community."

Purple

Purple has a strong reputation for providing the greater Denver area with their industry’s best sign language interpreters. Skilled, courteous, and professional experts in American Sign Language (ASL), Purple interpreters are available for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals for any occasion or event. For medical appointments, staff meetings, and the like, Purple interpreters provide the industry’s best on-site ASL communication expertise.

Rebuilding Together

Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.

Retirement Living Information Center

Maintaining your mobility and being able to live in the comfort of your own home is a big goal for those who want to maintain independence. Stairlifts help you navigate multiple levels of your home safely. Whether your staircase is straight or custom-made, you can work with a stair lift company to find a lift that fits your needs. Combine what you learned from our guide with some research and recommendations from friends or trusted local experts in assistive devices.

Rise School of Denver

The purpose of the Rise School of Denver is to provide the highest quality early childhood education for all children, including children with developmental disabilities.

Rocky Mountain ADA Center

Our mission is to provide information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to individuals and organizations in Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Our center is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Our services include, materials dissemination, technical assistance on the ADA, training, referrals to experts, and research.

Rocky Mountain Communities

Rocky Mountain Communities mission is to build brighter futures by investing in resident focused affordable housing and services, empowering individuals and families to thrive.

Rocky Mountain Deaf School

The mission of the Rocky Mountain Deaf School is to provide Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children, preschool through 12th grade, a publicly-funded bilingual education which promotes academic excellence, full proficiency in ASL and English literacy, and which supports the home-school connection by offering a language rich environment that includes RMDS personnel, the RMDS Board, parents and the Deaf community.

Rose Andom Center

The Rose Andom Center is a place for domestic violence victims to find the safety, support, and services needed to rebuild their lives and heal their families.

Rose of Sharon Food Bank

"A food bank."

Sacred Heart House

Services provided through our In-House Stabilization, Follow-Up and Transitional Housing Programs enable homeless women to move to stable housing and become self-sufficient.

SafeHouse Denver

Established in 1977, SafeHouse Denver operates the only shelter in the City and County of Denver that exclusively serves victims of domestic violence. SafeHouse also runs a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center where we provide all of our support services to adults, children, and youth experiencing intimate partner violence who don’t need emergency housing. SafeHouse began as a 16-bed shelter providing a safe place for women and their children. Today, SafeHouse’s 26 beds plus cribs serving more than 250 women and children in a typical year. In addition, SafeHouse serves hundreds more adults, children, and youth through non-residential services. More than just keeping victims safe, SafeHouse services include individual counseling, advocacy, support groups, legal assistance, and referrals to other services.

SAME Cafe

SAME Café is a donation-based, fair exchange restaurant that serves healthy food to everyone, regardless of ability to pay. Our mission is to create community through healthy food access. We believe in healthy food, community, and dignity for everyone.

School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP)

SWAP is a program designed to work with individuals with disabilities who have mild to moderate needs in the workplace. The goal of the School-to-Work Alliance Program is to place youth in entry-level, career path jobs as they make their transition from school to work and adult life. SWAP is designed to enhance employment skills, increase employment opportunities and to involve youth in their communities in a meaningful way.

Second Chances Inc.

A unique employment readiness program incorporating individual mentoring with on-the-job training for individuals who are victims of domestic violence, drug abuse, sexual abuse, poverty, homelessness, incarceration, increased mental issues, and neglect. We provide this job training and life skills development program through the operation of a children's thrift store, a furniture thrift store, and a commercial cleaning service. Our goal is to work with individuals in all stages of recovery and tailor a plan for their success through our intensive programs.

Seize The World

Seize The World empowers people with seizures to lead active and fulfilling lives through community–based programs that raise public awareness of epilepsy.

Senior Assistance Center

Senior Assistance Center (SAC) was founded in 1981 as a nonprofit tax-exempt organization to meet the emergency needs of Denver‘s older adult citizens living below poverty level. In 1995 we purchased our building in the beautiful Sunnyside neighborhood of north Denver where we serve clients today.

Senior Hub

The Senior Hub's Adult Day Service provides a break to the caregiver while providing social activities and health services for adults with Alzheimer's disease, dementia, chronic illness, and other problems that increase their needs for care. Adult Day Service participants have an opportunity to interact socially with peers, share in stimulating activities, and receive assistance with their activities of daily living.

Senior's Choice Adult Day Program

Senior's Choice has a variety of services including, environments designed to help maintain and improve participant's physical and mental well-being, supportive atmosphere to interact with peers, and relief for families who are caring for a dependent parent or spouse. We are certified by the State of Colorado Health Department.

Seniors' Resource Center

Seniors’ Resource Center is a community partner providing person-focused, coordinated services to enhance independence, dignity and quality of life. Seniors’ Resource Center is dedicated to enhancing the independence, dignity and quality of life for seniors in the Metro Denver Area and surrounding communities. We believe seniors are a vital part of our community. At Seniors’ Resource Center we provide an array of services that enable older adults to remain in their homes and thrive. Services such as transportation, in home care and adult daytime programs provide life enriching activities and support both older adults and their caregivers. We help older adults remain independent and engaged.

Sign Language Network

Sign Language Network, Inc. (SLN) is an RID certified interpreter owned interpreting referral company. Located in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado, we service large portions of the State. Because the Colorado State School for the Deaf and Blind has been located here since 1874, a large portion of the state’s deaf/hearing impaired population has settled along the Front Range in the Colorado Springs/Denver areas. It was evident to us that there was a growing need for qualified, professional sign language interpreting services. We organized our company to provide those services.

Silent Athletic Club

The Silent Athletic Club of Denver is a non-profit organization established on March 8th, 1944 and incorporated on December 29th, 1944 for the entertainment of Deaf members, social affairs, senior citizens, and sports activities. The SAC, highlighting our past achievements and future plans, are available online.

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