Boulder County Community Resources
Below are some community resources available to our students attending the Boulder County Campus in Longmont.
The WOLF (Wolves Overcoming Lack of Food) Pantry is a food pantry located on the Boulder County Campus, available to all students,
faculty, and staff with an active S Number. The pantry stocks a variety of food items
as well as personal care items. The items available vary depending on deliveries and
Visit WOLF Pantry to see the current hours that the WOLF Pantry is open for in-person visits or to submit an online order request for pick-up.
If you would like to donate to the WOLF Pantry or volunteer to help, contact Student Life.
- Planned Parenthood: 303-447-1040 or 1-800-230‐7526
- Trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.
CCAMPIS (Child Care Access Means Parents in School) is a federally funded program that provides child care subsidies to qualified students who are enrolled part-time or full-time at FRCC. Student-parent applicants must meet certain requirements set forth by the Department of Education to be eligible for child care assistance through CCAMPIS. Learn more about Child Care.
Legal Advocacy Services
- Blue Sky Bridge Child and Family Advocacy: 303-444‐1388
- Blue Sky Bridge is a child and family advocacy program dedicated to providing a comprehensive approach to child abuse investigation, treatment, and prevention, with an emphasis on sexual assault.
- Services include forensic interviews and medical exams, case management, court school, advocacy, professional and community education.
- Boulder County Bar Association: 303-440‐4758
- The Boulder Office of the Colorado State Defender is staffed by 9 lawyers, 3 secretaries, 3 investigators, several intern law students and volunteers.
- The attorneys in this office defend persons charged in felony, misdemeanor and juvenile cases. To obtain Public Defender representation, call the number listed above.
- Expunging or sealing a criminal record (Content regarding criminal records does not constitute legal advise and is for informational
- Don't let a past criminal charge or conviction affect your dreams. There may be a way to expunge or seal a past criminal record
- What is the difference between an expunged vs. a sealed criminal record? In Colorado, adult records may be sealed and generally juvenile records may be expunged. When a record is sealed, the information related to the criminal offense contained in the record is not generally accessible by the public and access to the record is limited to certain individuals or entities as identified by law. Expungement removes the arrest or criminal record from court history, and the records are deemed to never have existed.
- Instructions and forms to expunge or seal a criminal record in Colorado. FRCC cannot provide legal advice. Please contact an attorney should you need assistance completing court documents.
- Read about house bill (HB19-1275) and how there is increased eligibility for criminal record sealing.
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
- National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799‐SAFE (7233)
- National Sexual Assault Hotline: 24-Hour Crisis Line - 1-800-656‐HOPE (4673)
- Culture of Respect:
- Dedicated to eliminating sexual assault on college campuses
- Resources addressing sexual abuse towards men
- Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley: 24-Hour Crisis Line - 303-772‐4422
- Office: 303-772‐0432
- Shelter assists with counseling, housing, legal advocacy and an emergency shelter. Serves all genders and sexual orientations.
- Traditional shelter, 24‐hour crisis line, children's program, non‐resident group, non‐resident individual, community education, case management, sexual assault program and referral/advocacy. Services provided in English and Spanish.
- MESA/Rape Crisis Team: 303-443‐7300
- MESA provides sexual assault assistance and prevention programs, counseling, medical, legal and criminal advocacy, ongoing support, therapy, and referrals. MESA services are either free or based on a sliding scale according to an individual's financial resources. No one is turned away due to inability to pay for services.
- Longmont United Hospital: 303-651‐5111
- 1950 Mountain View Ave, Longmont, CO 80501
- Medical center offering a wide variety of services including sexual violence forensic testing.
- LEVI/Longmont Ending Domestic Violence Initiative: 303-774‐4534
- Mental Health Partners: 303-443‐8500; (844) 493‐TALK (8255)
Suicide & Mental Health
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273‐8255
- Colorado Crisis Services: 24-Hour Crisis 1-844-493‐8255; Text TALK to - 38255
- Mental Health Partners: 303-443-8500
- Comprehensive Mental Health and Mental Illness information on topics like depression, Bipolar, Suicide, Anxiety, Addiction, Schizophrenia, and more.
Alcohol, Tobacco & Drug Addiction
Alcohol & Drugs
- Boulder County Addiction Recovery Services
- Boulder County Alcoholics Anonymous: 303-447‐8201
- Counseling Services of Longmont: 303-772‐3853
- New Direction Counseling Center: 303-682‐9473
- Focus on substance abuse treatment of all types. Includes programming like DUI/DWI and criminal justice offenders.
- The Recovery Village: 1-877-578-8374
- Various addiction treatment programs located in Palmer Lake, CO.
- Health First Colorado The state Medicaid resource for eligible individuals. Apply for eligibility online.
- Clinica is a medical service provider that accepts most insurance, Medicaid, CHP+, Medicare and CICP (Colorado Indigent Care Program). Discounts are provided for patients without insurance. Providers are located in South Boulder, Broomfield and West Adams counties.
- Women's Health Reproductive and sexual health care for all genders and identities. Accepts most insurance and Health First Colorado (state Medicaid program); sliding fee for uninsured.