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Trinity is a church that strives to support and nurture its members. Our congregation has a comprehensive ministry involving more than 100 persons who provide care through prayer, phone calls, visits, mentoring, pastoral care, spiritual development, classes, and other events. If you or someone you know is in need of this ministry, please contact Rev. Lee Anderson-Harris, Minister of Care, or one of the other pastors at 303-839-1493.

For more information about how you can become involved in Trinity's Care Ministry, call the church office at 303-839-1493, or send an email to Rev. Lee Anderson-Harris.

We understand you may not always want to speak with a pastor. We encourage you to seek the help that is right for you. Below is a list of but a few of the many great resources available in our area, chosen based on the staff's knowledge of services provided and/or the availability of low-cost options. Trinity does not receive any benefit from referrals.

Counseling and Support Resources in the Denver Metro Area

Mental Health Resources

Free or Low Cost Immigration Services

Getting There Guide
A Denver metro area transportation guide provided by Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC).
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Need Help Paying Bills

Family caregiving is full of challenges as well as blessings, and many caregivers find they cannot do it alone. Trinity member Marti Robards, who has experience in both being a caregiver and supporting other caregivers, has created this blog to provide support and resources. Neither she nor Trinity receive any financial incentive from this website.

The Institute for Life and Care focuses on caring for professional and family caregivers, although there are many seminars and programs available to anyone who wants to "discover meaning and purpose through the power of the human spirit, thereby improving wellness and quality of life." To learn more about their programs, visit

The City and County of Denver offers emergency preparedness for various populations and situations. Click here to review and register for their programs. During the fall months, programs for seniors are being offered. The Emergency Preparedness Training is interactive training to educate the aging population in basic emergency planning skills they can share with their friends and family. The training will include family and home emergency preparedness, communications planning, sheltering, pet care and more. Participants will leave this event knowing what to do in an emergency.

If you are hurting and want to speak to someone right away, here are two hotlines with trained representatives you can call. You do not have to do this alone!

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Metro Crisis Line: 1-800-885-1222

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