Boulder County Community Resources

Below are some community resources available to our students attending the Boulder County Campus in Longmont.

 

The W.O.L.F. (Wolves Overcoming Lack of Food) Pantry is a food pantry located on campus, and is available to all students taking classes, faculty and staff. The pantry stocks a variety of food items, such as peanut butter, canned goods, bread and more. The kind of food that is available varies depending on food deliveries and donations.

To use the W.O.L.F. Pantry, come to the Student Life Office, sign in with your S number and complete a brief intake form on your first visit. You can visit the pantry twice a week, filling up to two bags per visit.

The Pantry accepts donations of unused and unopened items, and is always looking for volunteers.

  • Planned Parenthood: (303) 447-1040; (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.

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.

Marijuana

Tobacco

  • 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.