Community College of Denver values and respects all of our students. Because many of our students have questions about immigration matters affecting them, their families and other loved ones, we are providing this information.
303.922.3344 | CORRN ICE Activity Hotline: 844.864.8341
A statewide organization that advocates for the rights of immigrant, refugees and their families.
303.742.0828 (Denver) / 970.484.5010 (Fort Collins) / 970.353.6433 (Greeley)
Consultation Fee $50, by appointment only. Legal advice regarding immigration status, immigration issues, assistance with immigration applications, and information on becoming a legal permanent resident or citizen.
Serves families in refugee communities and provides community outreach and education. Comprehensive access to education and systems navigation needs, including those who wish to improve their English, citizenship, economic stability, health and nutrition.
On the third Tuesday of each month, from 5:30-7:00 p.m., volunteer attorneys provide free legal information regarding immigration, credit, housing, criminal issues, employment issues, and family law (cannot escort clients to court).
303.433.2812 / Hotline for detained individuals and family members: 303.866.9308
Legal services for immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers who are facing deportation at the GEO/ICE immigration detention center in Aurora, CO; free legal and support services for survivors of human trafficking and sex trafficking.
Colorado Crisis Services, 1.844.493.8255 (24/7 crisis support), or text TALK to 38255
Community Reach Center – Westminster
Walk-in crisis center at 2551 W. 84th Ave., Ste. 2, Westminster
Mental Health Partners – Boulder
Walk-in crisis center at 3180 Airport Road, Boulder
North Range Behavioral Health – Greeley
970.347.2120 (Greeley) / 1.844.493.8255 (24/7 crisis support)
Walk-in crisis center at 928 12th St., Greeley
An Important Message from the Auraria Campus
The Auraria campus strives to provide a welcoming and safe environment for all students, which includes the students who are currently enrolled under the DACA and ASSET programs. AHEC police do not ask people about their immigration status and do not have direct access to student records, which are under the control of the three institutions. AHEC supports the institutions to the extent legally permitted, and the top priority is to protect the safety of our collective campus community.
The external links in this document are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by CCD of any of the services, information or opinions in those links. CCD bears no fault for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content. Anyone needing legal advice should contact an attorney to obtain advice for any issue or problem. Community College of Denver does not provide legal services or legal advice.