Homeless Family Services


Homeless Liaison for Cherry Creek Schools:  Vicky Lisi    720-554-4555


The Homeless Liaison assists families and children by providing essential educational supports. The primary objective is to remove educational barriers that prevent homeless children from having a successful school experience.
Please feel free to contact the liaison at any time for assistance with:
  • school enrollment and advocacy
  • backpack/school supplies
  • free breakfast and lunch assistance
  • school transportation help
  • community resources for emergency assistance


The school district is not able to pay rent, provide eviction assistance or motel vouchers. We have gathered many great community emergency resources, and listed them in the Resources for Families booklet.  Included are resources for assistance with housing, health care, food banks, clothing banks, employment, child care and many emergency related services.





Colorado Kids Food FinderKids eat free all summer long!

Call the Hunger Free Hotline toll-free at (855) 855-4626 to be connected to food resources in Colorado.


Please note that information on summer food sites can change often. Check back frequently for the latest information. Summer food sites will be listed during their service period only. Once a site has ended service for the summer, it will not appear on the map.


For more information or to find out about other food resources, call the bilingual Hunger Free Hotline toll-free at (855) 855-4626.


Por favor, tenga en cuenta que la información sobre los sitios de comidas de verano cambia con frecuencia. Por eso, visite este sitio regularmente para encontrar la información actualizada. Los sitios de comidas de verano se incluyen en la lista sólo durante el período que están abiertos. Una vez que el sitio deja de operar durante el verano, ya no aparecerá en el mapa.


Para más información, o para encontrar otros recursos para alimentos, llamar a la línea telefónica gratis y bilingüe de Colorado Sin Hambre al (855) 855-4626.


Looking for a fun place to send your kids this summer?

The Summer Food Service Program, funded by the USDA, helps schools and community-based sites like churches and recreation centers offer free meals to kids and teens up to 18 years old throughout the summer. Many Colorado sites also offer engaging activities, so you can be assured that your children are eating nutritious meals in a safe and fun environment.

Learn about other child nutrition programs and food resources in Colorado by calling the statewide, bilingual Hunger Free Hotline toll-free at (855) 855-4626 or visiting

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