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As an emergency crisis center serving Pueblo County, Pueblo Cooperative Care Center (PCCC) remains committed in providing resources to individuals and families in need. As a result of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the following protocols are in effect until further notice:

1. OUR HOURS OF OPERATION HAVE CHANGED. Emergency food distributions are currently available Monday’s through Friday’s from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ONLY. Operating hours are subject to change without advanced notice.

2. Only food services are being offered to individuals and families, all other services have been suspended except by emergency referral.

3. We are working with limited human resources and our normal processes have been modified.

4. Recertification requirements for existing clients have been rescinded for 60 days.

5. We are only accepting food or monetary donations at this time.

6. We are not accepting clothing or other donations until it is determined to be safe and appropriate.

7. New clients must provide personal identification and proof of residency in Pueblo County to receive services.

8. No individual residing in Pueblo County will be refused services as long as resources remain available.

Pueblo Cooperative Care Center is confident in Care and Share of Southern Colorado and other suppliers ability to provide our organization with food. However, there are no guarantees that we will receive food to distribute and we are only able to distribute what we receive. Subsequently our hours of operation may change without advanced notice.

We have ceased utilizing our 130+ individual volunteers to protect them from COVID-19 Coronavirus exposure.  We are requesting that the public understand these decisions, remain patient as we undergo changes and respect our policies and procedures. Monetary donations can be made online, by check (U.S. Mail) or over the telephone. Please visit https://www.cooperativecare.org/donations for additional information.

We remain focused on the health, safety and welfare of our clients, volunteers, employees and residents of Pueblo County.


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Colorado Tax Refund Donation Program

Whatever cause is important to you, the new Colorado tax refund donation program is an opportunity to directly support Pueblo Cooperative Care Center. Why? Because we are doing important work in Pueblo County and we are doing it right!

The Donate to a Colorado Nonprofit Fund allows taxpayers the opportunity to donate any portion of their Colorado State Income Tax Refund directly to Pueblo Cooperative Care Center.

We are registered with the Colorado Secretary of State, and we met every one of the nonprofit requirements to quality. Taxpayers have the option to write-in Pueblo Cooperative Care Center on their tax returns and the State of Colorado will send the donated refund to us! It's as easy as writing in Registration Number 20033002908.

Pueblo Cooperative Care Center,
an organization you know and trust!
REGISTRATION #20033002908


What We Do

We do something every day that brings people closer to a better tomorrow, we make a difference!

Mobile Shower and Laundry 

We are a community faith-based organization with a mission to prevent hunger and improve the quality of life to citizens residing in Pueblo County. Our center is the largest non-profit emergency assistance program in southern Colorado and we offer services with a more meaningful and enduring impact, in a supportive atmosphere that extends purpose and hope.


Pueblo Cooperative Care
Our clients come first as they face the everyday storms of life. Our services are provided in an atmosphere of love, hope and purpose.

If you need help with food, clothing, help paying for prescriptions, emergency local transportation, or personal hygiene items, please visit us between 9 a.m. and noon, Monday through Friday. If you are a new client or need clothing assistance, please be here by 11:00am. We are located at 326 W. 8th St. in Pueblo. All services are provided at no cost to those we serve.

Community Impact

Food (Grocery Sacks)

Food (Grocery Sacks)

If you are in need of food assistance we are here to help. We provide food sacks for the homeless, small families, large families and beyond.



Some need everyday clothing and others are looking for something for a job interview or new position.  We have clothing for everyone in the family. 

Voucher Program

Voucher Program

If you need to get a new Colorado ID, Birth Certificate, Death Certificate or Driver's License. Our staff can assist you in gathering the information you will need to apply for these important documents. 

Medical Prescription Assistance

Medical Prescription Assistance

We offer medical prescription assistance and diabetic vouchers. Bring in your prescription for the medication voucher and a doctor's note for diabetic vouchers. Diabetic vouchers are good for supplies only. 

Bus Pass

City Transportation

For clients in need of inner-city transportation (to get their food sacks home, go to a job interview, attend a funeral or other reason), we may offer a Pueblo Transit bus token. While primarily used by senior citizens and individuals with disabilities, just ask and we’ll see what we can do to help.

Personal Hygiene Essentials

Hygiene Essentials

Personal hygiene supplies can be hard to come by when you are trying to get ahead. When we have supplies we offer shampoo, soap, and other necessary items.

Your generous donation will help us fund our mission.

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us to meet our goals and improve conditions.

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