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Cares Act stimulus checks for eligible individuals should be dispensed on or around April 17 for most Americans. If you have not filed your 2019 taxes, the disbursement may be based on 2018 tax reporting.
Seniors Only Shopping hours:
King Supers: Monday/Wed/ Friday 7-8am
Safeway: Tues/Thurs 7-9am
Target: Weds first hour of business
Dollar General: First hour every day
Whole Foods: One hour prior to open daily
Walmart: Open 1 hour early each Tuesday
Resources for Coloradans Facing Poverty
Artist and Non-Profit Relief
Covid Relief Fund
Freelance Artist Resource List
Bartender Relief Fund
Xcel Energy-Energy Assistance
Denver Residents Rent and Utility Assistance
Small Business Assistance SBCD Resources
Colorado Unemployment-Department of Labor
*Most school districts are offering food resources for their students. If you have a school aged student enrolled in a public school, contact your district to find out if help is available.
Denver Metro Emergency Food Network
Hunger Free Colorado
North Denver Cares
Food Bank of the Rockies
Denver Inner City Parish
Denver Virtual Phonebank
Resources for Undocumented Communities
Coalition for Immigrant Health
Violence Free Colorado has a number of resources posted on their website for all your needs.