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January 02, 2018 (113 days ago)
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1633 fillmore st, denver
Colorado, United States
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We've moved!
Our new location is at 1633 Fillmore St. GL2a, Denver, CO 80206 - the former location of our good friends, Denver Indian Health and Family Services. 
 
Please note that our office will be closed for the first week of January as we settle into our new space.  You can come visit us when we reopen on Monday, January 8.
 
If you really need to reach us, feel free to leave a voicemail, message us on social media, or e-mail us at info@difrc.org or any other e-mail address at difrc.org/about-us/.
 
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to move to a centrally-located office space that many members of our community are already familiar with.  We continually seek to keep our administrative costs as low as possible, so everything we spend can go where it's most important - providing services to our families.
 
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