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Taxonomy Code: PS-8000

Programs that provide organized opportunities for individuals of all ages to meet and socialize with their peers through dances, parties, picnics, barbecues and other companionable activities. Included are men's clubs; women's clubs; singles clubs; clubs for individuals who have a common ethnic background, religion or country of origin; and similar groups whose primary purpose in gathering is to pass the time in an enjoyable manner.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Active Older Adults Program (Downtown Denver YMCA) - YMCA of Metropolitan DenverOffers a variety of programs for seniors, including fitness classes, special events, and trips.Denver CountyDowntown Denver YMCA - YMCA of Metropolitan DenverYMCA of Metropolitan Denver
Child Cancer Support (24 County Road 524) - Shining Stars FoundationProvides year-round sport, social, recreational, and outreach programs for children and their families in any stage of their cancer battle, including treatment, relapse, or remission.Grand CountyShining Stars FoundationShining Stars Foundation
Elders Program - Denver Indian CenterThe Elders Program seeks to enhance the lives of AI/AN elders by providing them with the opportunity to socialize with their peers and receive information about resources designed to benefit them.Denver CountyDenver Indian CenterDenver Indian Center
Exercise Classes and Dances - Golden Age CenterExercise sessions for seniors are scheduled throughout the week: - Total Fitness is on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. - Yoga in a Chair is on Tuesdays from 1:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. - Senior Exercise Group (done to a video) is on Monday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.Fremont CountyGolden Age CenterGolden Age Center
Family Support Services - Grand Family CoalitionProvides grandfamilies (grandparents and other relatives raising kin) with supportive services including: - "HUG's" Peer Support Groups - One-on-One Peer Mentorship - Family-Oriented Social Events - Educational Classes and Speakers - Teen Youth Group (Minor Pulse) - Youth Mentor and Activity Programs - Information and Referral to Support ServicesLarimer CountyGrand Family CoalitionGrand Family Coalition
Gatherings for African-American Women - It Takes a VillagePhenomenal Women offers free gatherings for African-American women to share, discuss, meet new friends, learn skills, and improve life, health, finances, and relationships. Certified child care and dinner are provided at meetings.Arapahoe CountyIt Takes a VillageIt Takes A Village
Groups & Clubs - Westside Community CenterThe Westside Community Center offers a variety of groups and clubs, such as the bulldog club, crafts unlimited, pickelball, table tennis, and more. Most groups/clubs are free, although some ask that you cover the cost of materials.El Paso CountyWestside Community CenterWestside Community Center
Scrapbooking and Storytelling - Village Exchange CenterOffers a space to gather with a diverse group of people to scrapbook and share stories. Group meets from 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month.Adams CountyVillage Exchange CenterVillage Exchange Center
Social Group - Arc of Arapahoe/Douglas CountyArc ADventures in fun offers a social group for individuals ages 15 - 30 with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Participants are encouraged to hang out, participate in yoga, cooking competitions, open mic nights, dancing, and more in a safely monitored setting.Arapahoe CountyArc of Arapahoe/Douglas CountyArc of Arapahoe/Douglas County
Support Services for Individuals with Down Syndrome - Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome AssociationServes families of children and adults with Down syndrome, and interested professionals in the Mountain States region by providing the following services: - Peer and community support - Support groups - Information and referral services - Social activities and continuing education programs for adults with Down syndromeDenver CountyRocky Mountain Down Syndrome AssociationRocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association
Teen Programs (Aurora Family YMCA) - YMCA of Metropolitan DenverOffers a variety of programs for teens, including the following: - Camping - Social/Teen Nights - Governmental Leadership - Service Learning Projects - Leadership DevelopmentArapahoe CountyAurora Family YMCA - YMCA of Metropolitan DenverYMCA of Metropolitan Denver
Youth Services - Center on ColfaxRainbow Alley is a drop-in center designed to support GLBT youth and their allies ages 12 - 21 years. Providing the following services: - STI and HIV testing - Counseling and referrals - Youth-lead events and activities - Life resources Youth who access the facility are welcome to use free services which includes: - Medical clinic - Computer lab - Library - Kitchen - Open hangout spaceDenver CountyCenter on ColfaxCenter on Colfax

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