Servicios de La Raza responds to the unmet needs of the most vulnerable communities across the state through victim services, healthcare access, re-entry, HIV & STI services, Behavioral Health, youth leadership, a food pantry, clothing bank, employment training, financial empowerment, & more.
Servicios prepares to vaccinate children and encourage vaccination among Latino adults:
Día de Los Muertos celebration in Denver is filled with history and tradition:
"I would like to express my appreciation to the staff for your kindness, understanding, as well as courtesy. My pressing needs before me are overflowing, disabling me at times. In my struggle to better my world, I have found a place full of love, warm and caring for their fellow man, offering hope for me in my days and years to come. For I only desire to obtain a life of wholesomeness. I realize that my worries do not take away my sorrows of tomorrow, but my strength for today. Thank you for caring about me."
"When I was diagnosed with HIV I thought my life was over. My self-worth was broken and I lost myself in depression. I thought I was going to surely die and that I would lose my family and friends because they wouldn't accept or love me anymore. I was here without family or any support. It was overwhelming coping with my diagnosis then taking the steps to figure out how to get connected to doctors, medications, and more. The clinic connected me to Servicios where I got that help. I started to learn about HIV and how to protect myself and others. I got the help I needed to remain healthy-to live. The staff showed me love, affection, and support I needed to continue in this fight. I don't know where I would be today without them."
"I have been able to find stable employment, found stable housing, and started my Journey-man certification thanks to Servicios de La Raza."