City Offers New Rent Assistance ProgramsThe City of Denver is helping others in need.
Son, Abused By Father, Can Seek Damages From Social WorkerA federal appeals court has found that a Denver city social worker can be sued for violating the constitutional rights of a boy after she recommended that he be placed in his father's custody despite knowing that the father was a convicted sex offender.
Fresh Farm Stands Offering Produce Into The FallThe Denver Botanic Gardens and Denver Human Services are teaming up with a fresh food farm stand.
Some Choose Bitter Cold, Snow Over Warmth Of ShelterSome who live on the streets in Denver say they would rather sleep in the cold than spend the night in a shelter.
Submit Your Heating Assistance Application NowStaying warm in the cold can be overwhelming for some Colorado families struggling to make ends meet. A program called LEAP, which began accepting applications on Tuesday morning, can help.
Denver Botanic Gardens Helps Bring Fresh Produce To Those In NeedThe Denver Botanic Gardens and Denver Human Services have teamed up for the third year in a row to bring fresh produce to those most in need.
Families Look Forward To Court For National Adoption DayIt wasn’t the normal kind of court business in Denver on Friday. Fifty children were adopted by 32 families to kick off National Adoption Day.
‘LEAP’ Assistance For Home Heating Begins Accepting Applications SundayStaying warm in the cold can be overwhelming for some Colorado families struggling to make ends meet. A program called LEAP, which will begin accepting applications, can help.
Boyfriend Says 'It's Ridiculous,' Grandma Never Meant To Leave The Child AloneAn arrest warrant has been issued for the grandmother of a little girl found abandoned in Civic Center Park after the Independence Eve fireworks, but the woman's boyfriend says it's all a misunderstanding.
Denver Botanic Gardens Begins Produce Sales At Human Services OfficesThe Denver Botanic Gardens has teamed up with Denver Human Services to get fresh produce into more neighborhoods.
Former Caseworker Pleads Guilty In Misconduct CaseA former human services caseworker who was charged with official misconduct following accusations that she falsified reports, has pleaded guilty and been sentenced in the case.
Hundreds Are Helping, But City Could Use More Foster ParentsChildren in foster care in Denver are involved in a great deal of transition, and foster families provide critical support during a tough time.