Comcast, Century link and AT&T all have low income plans 10 dollars or less a month. If SSI is in place you automatically qualify!
Cox Low Income Internet: click here.
Support Programs for Qualifying Low-Income Customers: click here.
FAQ-Applying for Lifeline: click here.
Mobile phone service is available to income-eligible residents as part of the government-funded Lifeline Assistance program. Lifeline is intended to help individuals experiencing financial hardship to stay connected to family members, schools and child care providers, as well as be reachable to potential employers and have a means of communicating in case of emergency.
- Access Wireless- click here.
- American Assistance-click here.
- Assurance Wireless-click here.
- Blue Jay Wireless- click here.
- Budget Mobile-click here.
- Life Wireless- click here.
- Q Link Wireless- click here.
- Standup Wireless- click here.
- Tag Mobile- click here.
- Tempo Communications- click here.
- Terracom Wireless- click here.
- Total Call Mobile- click here.
Back to School Resources
Clothes for Kids
New and quality used clothing to preschool - 12th grade students for low-income or in-crisis families in the Denver Metro Area
Friends of Man
Littleton, Colorado 80160 303-798-2342
Clothing for work, hearing aids, vouchers for medications, wheelchairs to loan, free winter clothing, such as hats or gloves.
2nd Tymz A Charm Consignment Store
Low income families and single parents can shop for furniture, Christmas or birthday toys, clothes, and household supplies.
Aurora Gabriel House
13101 E Mississippi Ave. Aurora, Colorado 80112 720-450-7606
Maternity clothing, wipes, formula, diapers, and clothing for babies, some equipment, such as cribs, for single moms as well as families with young children or newborns.
Warms The Night
1544 Elmira St. Aurora, CO, 80010 303-361-6905
Clothing, especially warm clothing such as hat, boots, gloves, or a scarf, free food, meals, medical care and more for homeless in Arapahoe County.
Integrated Family Community Services
3370 S Irving St. Englewood, CO, 80110
Little Flower Center at Catholic Charities
11149 E. 14th Ave. Aurora, Colorado 80010
Emergency aid, including free clothing closet , school supplies, uniforms for school or work, self-sufficiency classes and financial help, are combined with other social services.
Interfaith Community Services
303-360-0260 1553 Clinton St. Aurora, Colorado
Comitis Crisis Center
2178 Victor St. Aurora, Colorado 80045
5650 S. Windermere Littleton, CO, 80120
Help for the blind or visually impaired including prescription glasses, computers, adaptive technology products, and other items.
The Salvation Army
802 Quari Ct. Aurora, Colorado 80011
Dial (303) 3641965
A thrift store that also offers Christmas and school supply drives for toys, notebooks, uniforms. Case management, shelter, and food is also offered among other services.
Arc Thrift Stores of Colorado
10000 E Colfax, Aurora, CO, 80010 303-343-9843
A low cost thrift store in Arapahoe County offering clothing, coaches, furniture, and more.
Other locations include Gateway Plaza Shopping Center at 1070 S Sable, Aurora, Colorado 80012. Phone 303-369-5858.
and 3106 S Parker Rd, Aurora, CO, 80014, phone 303-283-0337.
Colfax Community Network
1585 Kingston St, Aurora, CO, 80010 303-360-9175
Low income programs are offered, including financial aid, free diapers, hygiene products, clothes for work, winter coats, and more.
Friend of St Andrew Hospitality Center It Takes a Village
1475 Lima St, Aurora, CO, 80010 720-243-0934
Assistance for Transgenders
1525 Dallas St, Aurora, Colorado 80010 303-364-2329
Free clothes, work items, suits for job seekers, and more is available.