COSC Programs & Services

Five Pillars of The Community Outreach Service Center 


Employment Workshops  

Obstacles and Barriers to Employment, Elevator Pitch, How to Talk About Your Background  

Employment Services  

Job Coach assist each client clients who are ready for employment with Job Leads, Job Search, Referrals, Resume Assistance and Job Retention no matter background or ability 

Vocation Training  

The People’s Pickles, www.thepeoplespickles.comCommunity Outreach Service Center flagship social enterprise, 30-day transitional job training program for marginalized individuals who want to learn how to run a business, upskill, and receive permanent employment upon completion.  

The People’s Pickles offers up sweet dill for marginalized citizens ( 

48 Hours – Monthly $100 Stipend, Re-Entry Workshop to include Forklift Certification, 8 hours work experience, digital literacy, refurbished laptop and direct employment offer upon completion.  

Denver nonprofits host job workshop for formerly incarcerated jobseekers ( 

CDOT (Colorado Department of Transportation) Flagger Certifications and Forklift Certifications 

Digital Literacy Training  

Please call to set up an appointment and get the employment help you need.



Charity’s House Apartments – COSC’s first Supportive Housing program is located at 3022 Welton Street that will house 36 formerly homeless, incarcerated individuals with permanent housing.  

The opening is currently set for May 2023.  

Five Points is getting an affordable housing complex, fulfilling a vision by a couple behind Agape church – Denverite, the Denver site! 

Charity’s House Transitional Housing – COSC is currently taking applications for our Men’s Transitional Housing program. We provide rooms for rent that are safe and clean with Case Management and Peer Services.   To apply click here:

COSC Housing Navigator provides help with housing referrals, rental assistance, resources, assist with VISPiDAT. Metro Denver Homeless Initiative Member.  

Peer Support  

Crawl, Walk, Run, Fly – Philosophy of Service  

Peer Navigators – assist marginalized individuals with one on one/group mentoring and help accessing mental health/treatment options, community referrals via network then build long term relationships. 

Family Reunification   

Basic Needs  

Clothing Bank 

Food Pantry Referral  

State ID’s 

Birth Certificates  



Hygiene Kits  

Assistance with Navigating DHS/Peak System  

Community Based Referrals  

Digital Literacy  

Dental, Legal and Tax Assistance  

Community Wealth Building  

Entrepreneur– How To Start A Business Training  

Homebuyers Class 

Financial Literacy for Adults  

Education Programs  

Project Manager Training  

Youth Programs