Aurora, CO 80014
Coach Counseling Center is proud to be Arapahoe county’s leading provider of DUI Classes and Evaluations. We have successfully helped thousands of clients by providing evaluation and counseling services that are customized to effectively meet each client’s needs. We are fully OBH certified by the Colorado Department of Humans Services. Hulond “Coach” Copeland is a CAC III Certified Addiction Counselor with 12 years of experience working together with clients to help them achieve their goals in relation to substance abuse issues which they may be suffering from. Coach Counseling Center, Inc. is a licensed Substance and Use Disorder Treatment Provider pursuant to §2 CCR 502-1 of the Colorado Code of Regulations (License No. 1820-001). Coach takes a unique and individualized approach in assessing clients instead of lumping everyone in the same therapy and treatment programs. Coach uses a real life approach when working with clients and this is why he considers the financial wellness of client who are typically financially stressed. Coach offers not only the cheapest DUI classes in Colorado, but also the most affordable intake and alcohol evaluations costs.
Denver, Colorado 80203
The Mission of Colorado Affordable Legal Services (CALS) is to be a valuable community stakeholder that provides information on the legal rights of tenants, the legal process, legal procedures and affordable legal representation when needed to Balance the Scales of Justice.
CALS is an for-profit, self-sustaining law firm that provides tenants with Access to Justice in the form of advocacy based upon the principles of a Modern Law Practice Initiative (unbundled/limited-scope). CALS developed the Housing Eviction Legal Program (HELP) project to close the civil justice gap in Colorado and to minimize the direct negative effect of eviction actions that can often lead to homelessness.
What is the Housing Eviction Legal Program (HELP) project? The HELP project is at the core of the methodology used for the CALS eviction defense strategy. It contains three primary pillars for Access to Justice; Information, Education & Representation.