Why move to Denver?
Denver (including its metro area) is one of the top three relocating destinations in the country.
With a strong job and income growth in recent years, family-friendly neighborhoods and activities, good schools, beautiful scenery, and access to some of the best skiing and mountain climbing in the world, it's no wonder so many people want to move here.
Many articles online list reasons why move to Denver such as:
Whatever your reasons to move to Denver, relocating in a different city or country is usually stressful, especially when you try to sift through relevant information online. I know... I've been there.
Resources for Relocation in Denver
Here's a list of resources and advice I wish I had found when I moved here.
The city's official site offers a lot of information useful to know before moving to Denver. It includes a list and a short description of all the main neighborhoods in the city and the metro area that can help you figure out where to live.
If you're a mom, I suggest you join a Facebook group to ask questions to local moms about daycare, schools, family-friendly neighborhoods... such as Denver Moms. Once you're in the city, you can join one of the local Meet up groups based on your interests or parenting style.
And for special needs resources, here's an extensive list.
Finally, the Denver Chamber of Commerce offers a free relocation guide you can access online or request in print version.
I hope these resources will be helpful to adjust to your new life in Denver. I'll be adding more tips and information soon.
About the author: Valerie Abitbol, LMFT, owner of Flow Counseling, PLLC is a counselor and therapist in Denver, Colorado. She specializes in couples and women dealing with major life transitions. She helps them move from feeling scared and overwhelmed to finding balance and a new normal in their lives. Valerie also provides counseling to couples to help them heal, reconnect, and grow happiness.
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