Colorado Works (TANF)
If you are receiving basic cash assistance benefits through the Arapahoe County or Douglas County Colorado Works programs, you may be eligible for specific employment training and supportive services.
Participants of this program may receive job search support, approved training assistance or subsidized on-the-job work experience.
As part of the continued eligibility requirements of this program, participants must engage in a minimum number of hours per month in program activities to maintain monthly income support and supportive services.
To find out if you are eligible, contact your local human services department or complete a PEAK application.
Workforce Development Orientation
Workforce Development Orientations are scheduled with Colorado Works program participants that are referred to Arapahoe/Douglas Works! by Arapahoe County and Douglas County Departments of Human Services. At this time orientation sessions at Arapahoe/Douglas Works! are held remotely by phone. In-person appointments at an A/D Works! office can be requested on a case by case basis. Please let your Workforce Specialist know if you would like to schedule in-person meeting.
Colorado Works Participants
Please make sure to not have any call restrictions on your phones.
All participants must be registered with Connecting Colorado in order to receive workforce development supportive services through Arapahoe/Douglas Works!. Please register with Connecting Colorado prior to your orientation date at connectingcolorado.com
What happens if you miss your Arapahoe/Douglas Works! orientation?
Please call (303) 636-1271 and listen to the reschedule line’s voicemail message to find out your next steps.