Integrated Family Community Services 3370 South Irving Street, Englewood, CO 80110-1816 Ph: 303-789-0501

From humble origins, Integrated Family Community Services has grown to meet an ever increasing need. With a proud tradition of giving a hand up, not a hand out, IFCS is a hopeful place to those in need.

Mission
Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) provides basic human services and enrichment programs to low-income people, using community resources. IFCS fosters self-sufficiency and respects the dignity of each client. It serves the people of Centennial, Englewood, Glendale, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Lone Tree, Sheridan, and unincorporated Arapahoe County.


Programs

Through a variety of resources IFCS is able to help families achieve self-sufficiency. We are probably best-known for our food and clothing markets, which are truly a reflection of our community. Community members able to give provide all of the food and clothing made available to community members in need. IFCS also provides financial assistance, school supplies, holiday baskets, and recreation center vouchers to individuals and families. Interested readers may click here or call 303-789-0501 for more details.


Funding Sources
Donations from businesses, individuals, community organizations, and grants from foundations and federal, state and local governments are IFCS’ major sources of funding. Special Events also play an integral part in the continuation of services. In addition to actual funding, donated services and equipment supplement the budget. Thousands of volunteer hours, food, clothing and household items are donated by individuals, schools, churches and community organizations to insure that IFCS can continue to provide much needed services. The support IFCS receives from the community really makes its motto of Neighbors Helping Neighbors a reality.


All services and programs are delivered in a manner that preserves the dignity and sense of self-worth of all clients.

IFCS is an equal opportunity provider in accordance with HUD and USDA nondiscrimination policies.

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IFCS On Twitter

Thank you so much to @ChristianBros Highlands Ranch, Arapahoe Road, and Ken Caryl for helping our clients last weekend, they took care of so many ailing hearts and sick vehicles. Though the hope they gave, lives were changed. We so appreciate your support of IFCS year-round!

Sarah &Javon, Arapahoe Community College Dean of Students sharing excitement for the Food Bank. We visited last week to learn more about the school's programs for students in need and to explore opportunities for collaboration.

Thank you to Rotary Club of Highlands Ranch for their continuous support of our Hunger Alleviation Programs. We are proud to partner with them. Thank you for being a Gold Sponsor of the October 26th Boo-athon Halloween Bowling event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a73gFR5PoDo#action=share

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USDA Non-Discrimination Policy

IFCS follows the USDA non-discrimination policy. Learn more by clicking here to read the statement. (PDF)