Colorado Flood 3W Report


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Convoy of HopeJeff Nene has two teams in Colorado, and four tractor-trailers on the ground. An assessment team went out Friday with debris removal equipment and box trucks with supplies.

KOLR10 News

8998 – P

417.823.8244 – F

Additional Office

1455 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Suite 400

Washington, DC 20004

202.280.2002 – P




Team RubiconMission Update on Operation: What the Flood | Rubicon, Inc.,

300 N. Continental Blvd.,

Suite 150,

El Segundo, CA 90245


@TeamRubicon Facebook

Salvation Army (Debris Removal)SourceSalvation Army: Intermountain Division

1370 Pennsylvania Street

Denver, CO 80203-2475

Phone (303) 861-4833




Operation Gratitude BlogOperation Gratitude Blog

“Help Us Help CO Flood Victims”


Volunteer Hours of Operation :operation gratitude

Operation Gratitude/California Army National Guard

17330 Victory Boulevard

Van Nuys, CA 91406-5438

Attn: Rich Hernandez (800) 651-8031

[email protected]





Living Green FoundationLiving Green Foundation, Boulder Mud Slingers

Services offered: trash/debris hauling, salvage work, muck out, sandbagging/water diversion.  Requests & volunteers should use email and their FB page.

3980 Broadway,

Suite 103-PMB-164

Boulder, Colorado 80304






Living Green Website

Boulder Mudslingers


Memory Rescue Centers


Memory Preservation Coalition

Services: Flood victims can go to any Memory Rescue Center for information, assistance and resources to rescue their photos, videos, films and other memorabilia.


Memory Rescue Centers will have on-site wash-and-dry stations free for use, free take-away information on how to salvage photos and home movies, Flip-Pal mobile scanners free for use, as well as extensive services to digitize photos, slides, videos, film and other memorabilia at a discount.

1) Memories to Digital – Boulder, 2525 Arapahoe Ave in the Village Shopping Center near McGuckin Hardware, 303-554-7100; open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

2) Memories to Digital – Lone Tree, 8481 S. Yosemite in the Home Depot shopping center, 303-799-1677; open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

3) Leave A Legacy – Fort Collins, 1827 E. Harmony Rd, 970-226-0102; open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday.

4) Leave A Legacy – Denver, 487 S. Broadway, Suite 100 (southwest of Sam’s Club), 303-623-0607; open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 10am to 4pm Saturday.




Colorado Department of Public Health & EnvironmentServices: information about cleanup, mold remediation, emergency livestock disposal, water decontamination.


Provides water testing (lab number: (303) 692-3048).


Also provides WIC health clinics & replacement WIC checks.

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

4300 Cherry Creek South Drive, Denver, CO 80246, United States



+1 303-692-2000

@CDPHE – Twitter








Flood resource page

Northern Colorado Donation CenterDonation center in Building D,

Disaster Assistance Center in Building B.

Residents should stop by Disaster Assistance Center (Building B) first to get registered and obtain an identification card, which will allow them to shop for food and clothes at the donations center.

Donation Center open 7am-7pm, 7 days a week.

Disaster Assistance Center open 8am-6pm, 7 days a week

old Agilent Campus, 815 14th St. SW, Loveland, CO.


Volunteer info line 970-962-2020





Flood Update page:

Flood update page

2-1-1 ColoradoOperated by the United Way

Colorado 211 employs trained information and referral specialists who assist individuals and families that are seeking answers regarding community services in times of need. Includes assistance with rent, utilities, housing, mental health counseling, medications. People can also call them to volunteer or give donations.


Phone: 211 or (866) 760-6489


For hearing impaired: Relay Colorado (7-1-1) or 1-800-659-2656

All Hands VolunteersServices: currently doing assessments as of Sept 18. Once they have established a base, will provide cleanup assistance.8 County Road, Suite 5, Mattapoisett, Massachusetts 02739Website

Register for volunteering


Serve 6.8SERVE 6.8 is currently on the ground providing immediate assistance to those in our community who have been displaced by the floods to meet their practical needs such as food, shelter and clothing.

Operating evacuation center (people & pets) & donation center at Timberline Church in Fort Collins.

Also providing cleanup teams and plan to help with restoration & rebuilding.

To volunteer for recovery/restoration team, : Email.

242 Conifer Street,

Fort Collins, CO 80524,


Phone: 970.231.6445

[email protected]





Homeless GearConducting outreach for the homeless population who lost supplies in the flooding; also helping people newly made homeless by the flooding.

Supplying clothing, rain gear, sleeping bags, tents, backpacks, shoes.

Donations can be dropped off at: Murphy Center for Hope (242 Conifer Street) during normal business hours or contact David (970-682-3193 or [email protected]) for after hours.

The Murphy Center at (F) 242 Conifer Street in Fort Collins is open 8-5 M-Thursday and 9-5 on Friday. You can drop off there. The shipping address (Columbine Warehouse) above is for folks from out of town. (F)

424 Pine Street, Suite 102, Fort Collins, CO 80524. Phone: 970-658-9878.

Volunteer Coordinator: Eileen Corbiere, 970-587-3556, [email protected]

Program Director: David Rout, 970-682-3193,






OUR CenterA mobile site is at the Longmont Flood Recovery Center at Twin Peaks Mall.

Have an emergency food pantry and are giving out clothing vouchers.

People can also go to their office for assistance.

Volunteers: fill out application at office between 8am & 4pm.

Volunteers needed for OUR Clothing Bank, kitchen, and food pantry.

Contact [email protected] or call 303-772-5529 ext. 235.

303 Atwood St.

Longmont, Colorado 80501

Phone: (303) 772-5529,







YAD Cares – Allied Jewish Federation of ColoradoServices: cleanup; raising funds for relief & will make allocations for immediate needs.

To volunteer for cleanup on Sep 22, 10am, in Boulder, RSVP to [email protected]

They will be teaming up with Chabad at CU, Flatiron Tribe, CU Hillel, and Nechama (

Nechama currently has people on the ground assessing needs and preparing response for our team.

300 South Dahlia Street

Suite 300

Denver, Colorado 80246, 8:30am-5pm.


Phone: (303) 321-3399






NECHAMAServices: NECHAMA is directly assisting the Boulder, Colorado area with flood cleanup.  They anticipate they will be in the region for at least several weeks (Sep 17).330 Cedar Lake Rd S

St Louis Park, MN 55416

Phone: 763-732-0610.




To volunteer in CO:Google Doc

Bridge HouseServices: Offering a day shelter and providing basic supplies and access to services for the homeless population, many of whom were impacted by the floods. They need donations, especially socks, shoes, outerwear.  Their Ready to Work program is providing cleanup help.1120 1/2 Pine St,

Boulder, CO 80302,

Phone: (303) 442-8300

9 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday






Catholic Charities Archdiocese of DenverProvides financial assistance to clients on a case-by-case basis. Makes referrals to other agencies. Provides long-term relief for clients and is creating a long-term recovery group.4045 Pecos Street, Denver, Colorado 80211

Phone: 303-742-0828




Bethel Biblical CounselingBethel Biblical Counseling will provide free counseling to those affected by the floods.Bethel Baptist Church is at 2307 17th Ave. in Greeley.

Call 970-352-7373 to schedule an appointment.

Web link
Express Employment ProfessionalsHiring at least 100 laborers for flood cleanup efforts. Companies specializing in flood restoration will be hiring workers for jobs involving stripping carpet, drywall and removing items from flood damaged homes and businesses. The jobs will pay $8-10 an hour and workers will be paid weekly on Fridays.

Walk in interviews will take place at 2711 W. 10th St., Greeley. If possible, applicants should first go to and fill out an online application. Be prepared to bring in two forms of identification.

For more information, call (970) 353-8430. Website





Disaster Assistance CenterDisaster Assistance Center is Open to Help Those Affected by Flood

Who is being helped:

This center is open to serve all Boulder County residents.

What residents need to bring with them: Please bring any paperwork that would assist in verifying your address and assisting with your needs such as utility bills, identification, social security number, insurance policy paperwork, etc.

How can residents contact the DAC: Due to the temporary nature of the facility, no phone service exists and we encourage residents to come in with any questions or help they need.

Agencies represented at the DAC: FEMA, Workforce Boulder County, Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County Land Use, the OUR Center, and American Family Insurance.

Three other nonprofits are also on-site to assist with private home clean up: Convoy of Hope, Samaritans Purse, and the Southern Baptist Convention.

For those in need of clean up kits, bottled water and other necessities assistance can be found at the DAC.

Location: The Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) is located at 1250 South Hover.


The DAC entrance is located on the west side of the Twin Peaks Mall in the former location of Steve & Barry’s just south of Sears.


Hours of operation: The center will operate from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m., seven days a week until the need subsides.

ITDRCSep 20 – Providing technology and communications equipment and support in the region, with a focus on community organizations in the Boulder, Longmont, and Fort Collins areas. Widespread telecommunications outages continue to impact small businesses and service organizations, and several organizations have requested assistance from ITDRC. Field teams are working directly with strategic partners to provide Satellite Internet connectivity, temporary network infrastructure, and alternative telephony solutions. 

General Inquiries – [email protected]

Volunteer  – [email protected]

Partnerships – [email protected]









Rentals .com

We are offering FREE listings to anyone who has free or reduced rent offerings for Flood Evacuees. Email: [email protected] or call Mike at 970-412-6742 for details. is a resoource for rentals in  Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland or any Northern Colorado town.

Mike at 970-412-6742Website






ReSource BoulderReSource Boulder is the store front for environmental nonprofit Center for ReSource Conservation. ReSource sells reclaimed building materials at affordable rates and reduces landfill waste. ReSource Boulder is the home of the ReSource Tool Library. Check below for our newest materials and stop by to kickstart your next home


ReSource will give anyone free access to their Tool Library. Access is free and then rental rates are very reasonable. For example, a shovel is $1 per day. They have shovels, jackhammers, a generator, drills, power saws, wheel barrels … pretty much everything.

ReSource Boulder will be offering 10% off for flood victims through the end of the year (some restrictions may apply)

Have Materials to Donate? Read our donation guidelines and then drop off your unused materials.

ReSource Boulder

6400 Arapahoe Rd.

Boulder, CO 80303

(303) 419-5418


M-F: 9-5

Sat: 9-5

Sun: 11-4

ReSource Fort Collins

1501 N. College Ave.

Ft. Collins, CO 80524



M-F: 10-6

Sat: 9-5

Sun: Closed

Colorado Floods Severe WeatherClearinghouse of Info, Relief & Recovery Resources for the 9/2013 Colorado Floods. The page is supported by Do Your Part volunteers, a non-profit 501(3)c Disaster Relief & Recovery organization –Facebook




OptumOptum (part of United Healthcare) offering free emotional support helpline for people in Colorado affected by the severe weather. The helpline will provide affected residents access to specially trained mental health specialists. for as long as necessary. The service is free of charge and open to anyone.The toll-free helpline number is: 1-866-342-6892 and will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week,

Resources and information are also available via the Internet in  English and Spanish.


For more information, contact:

Brad Lotterman

Senior Manager, External Communications





Web English



Web Spanish.

Denver Disaster


Denver-based support and assistance to those affected by the flooding in northern Colorado.


Collecting donations for Milliken, a very hard hit area. Email to [email protected] for donation information






[email protected]

Disaster Recovery Center – Colorado SpringsThe first Disaster Recovery Center in El Paso County is open in Colorado Springs. Survivors who suffered losses and damages as a result of the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides can get information about disaster assistance.Colorado Springs Fire Training Center

375 Printers Parkway

Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week