Broomfield Library's Community Resource Cabinet contains personal hygiene items, food, and protective clothing that patrons can take for free.* It is located along the northeast wall on the second floor behind the nonfiction stacks. Discovery Church provides most of the supplies in the Community Resource Cabinet and individual donors also contribute on occasion - thank you!
If you would like to make a donation to the library's Community Resource Cabinet, please ask for assistance at the reference desk.
*Please note that supplies are limited. Some items cannot be replenished until the next donation.
Open and download PDFs of Broomfield Library's Resource Guides by clicking on the link beneath their titles:
Paper copies of the Resource Guides are available at the library.
Do you have suggestions for resources to add to the Resource Guides? Please email them to email@example.com.
SWAP (Severe Weather Activation Program)
The Severe Weather Activation Program (SWAP) is a partnership between Brighton-based nonprofit Almost Home, Inc. and Broomfield and Adams counties that activates during inclement weather and provides life-saving measures for people experiencing unsheltered homelessness. SWAP will assess households and administer hotel vouchers directly to enrolled households when the weather poses a threat to the well-being and lives of people sleeping or living outdoors.