Boulder, and the surrounding area, is home to many local agencies and organizations who work together to provide supportive services and resources to community members.
If you’re looking for support, please see some of our partners and local area resources available below.
Sundquist Building, 3482 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
The Boulder County Area Agency on Aging provides services that promote well-being, independence, and dignity for older adults, people with disabilities, family caregivers, and veterans in Boulder County.
3460 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
Boulder County Housing and Human Services strives to connect people with the help they need across a spectrum of services. Services include:
- Family & Children Services
- Food Assistance
- Financial Assistance
- Services for Older Adults
- Health Coverage
- Education & Skill Building
2805 Wilderness Place #300, Boulder, CO 80301
Bike Stations: Located throughout the City of Boulder, see real-time map on the B-cycle website
Boulder B-cycle is Boulder’s nonprofit bike share program. With 40+ stations and 300+ bikes around Boulder, Boulder B-cycle allows riders to check out and return bikes at any station as an affordable and easy way to take short trips around town. Boulder Housing Partners residents are eligible for a free B-Cycle membership by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
PO Box 284, Boulder, CO 80306
Boulder Food Rescue picks up healthy, perishable food that would have otherwise been wasted and brings it to low-income communities in Boulder. They work with apartment communities to facilitate their own food redistribution to reduce barriers to food access.
Main Branch: 1001 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder, CO 80302
In addition to traditional library resources, the Boulder Public Library provides a number of workshops and learning opportunities for a variety of subjects from cooking to 3D printing. They also offer meeting space and study areas.
Boulder Branch: 1675 Range Street, Boulder, CO 80301
The Center for People with Disabilities (CPWD) works so that people with disabilities in the greater Boulder-Denver area may live independently. CPWD provides core services in Independent Living Skills, advocacy, information and referral, and peer support.
909 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO 80302
The mission of the City of Boulder’s Older Adult Services is to inspire and empower older adults to age well through community connection, learning, and play. Programs and services for adults age 60+ include:
- Health & Wellness
- Lifelong Learning Opportunities
- Travel Abroad
- Volunteer Led Special Interest Groups
- Support Groups
- Client Services and Community Resources for adults 60+ and their caregivers
Located at the N. Boulder Rec Center: 3198 N. Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department offers recreation opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Programs include youth activities, art, athletics, dance, fitness, golf, gymnastics, pottery, swimming, tennis, weight training and yoga.
Facilities include outdoor and indoor pools, three recreation centers, outdoor parks, the Boulder Reservoir and more. Boulder Housing Partners residents and Housing Choice Voucher holders earning less than 50% AMI are eligible for a free Recreation Center pass by contacting email@example.com.
2601 Spruce Street, Unit B, Boulder, CO 80302
Community Cycles is a non-profit organization of bicycle enthusiasts whose mission is to educate and advocate for the safe use of bicycles as an affordable, viable, and sustainable means of transportation and personal enjoyment within our community. Community Cycles promotes, celebrates, and encourages cycling in many ways, including selling used bikes, offering bike repair workshops, supporting a holiday bike giveaway, and more.
Main Food Pantry: 650 S. Taylor Avenue, Louisville, CO 80027
Alternative Locations: Mobile Food Pantry
Community Food Share is a food bank fighting hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties by providing access to fresh, nutritious food through local partners and its onsite and mobile pantries.
1575 Yarmouth Ave, Boulder, CO 80304
EFAA provides stabilizing services, innovative programs, and transformative advocacy to strengthen families and create a thriving community including:
- Food Bank: EFAA’s food bank helps families, seniors, and people with disabilities access healthy and nutritious foods.
- Financial Assistance: EFAA provides financial assistance for critical necessities to prevent homelessness.
- Family Housing: EFAA is the leading provider of housing for families with children experiencing homelessness in Boulder County.
- Children’s Program: EFAA offers specialized children’s programming to ensure every child is happy, healthy and thriving.
The Foundations for Leaders Organizing for Water and Sustainability, or FLOWS Program, at CU Boulder, helps bridge social justice and environmental issues by providing leadership training opportunities, green job skills, and free energy and water upgrades to the communities who need it most.
5390 Manhattan Circle #200, Boulder, CO 80303
IHDF of Boulder County provides individualized social, emotional, and academic support to young people from low-income communities from 1st grade all the way through college, along with guaranteed tuition support.
721 Front Street, Suite A, Louisville, CO 80027
As the Foundation supporting Boulder Valley public schools, Impact on Education provides supplemental funding and resources that address critical needs and opportunity gaps.