Stevens Elementary in Wheat Ridge held their grand reopening of the HUB on Friday, Sept 14. The community resource center was relocated from the original office into a larger, renovated space that allows families to access more resources than they could previously.
Families can access the clothing closet (set up like a department store), backpacks and school supplies, food items from the pantry, books from the literacy library, hygiene products, case management and other community resources.
Families in need in the Wheat Ridge area and have school-aged children (ages 3-21) are eligible for these free services. All that is required is an ID and student ID for the child.
The HUB has no operating budget and relies volunteer staffing and donations from Broomfield-based partner, A Precious Child. Donations to the HUB are accepted at Stevens Elementary or any A Precious Child boutique.
Located at 7101 W. 38th Ave., the HUB is open Monday through Thursday (hours vary) and on Friday by appointment only.
Contact the HUB at 303-982-2120.