The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. (719) 634-1584
Break Time is a respite program for parents of children with special needs and their siblings. The program provides temporary relief to family caregivers who are caring for a child with developmental disabilities. We provide fun events for the children and give parents a much-needed break. (719) 785-3703.
Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado supplies more than 340 partner agencies (community-based pantries, soup kitchens and shelters) that provide food to those in need throughout 52,000 square miles of Southern Colorado. We are a regional hub for food acquisition and distribution, connecting nutritious food resources to those who need them in 31 • Read More »
CASA of the Pikes Peak Region is a non-profit organization that trains and supervises volunteers to advocate for children whose lives are in turmoil due to abuse, neglect or severe domestic conflict situations. CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to be a voice for these children in court and in the community. (719) 447-9898.
Catholic Charities of Central Colorado offers numerous services for economically disadvantaged families, including pregnancy, cradle care and infant adoption services, soup kitchen and health services for the homeless, ESL classes, naturalization and immigration services, social services advocacy, and ministry. (719)636-2345.
Cedar Springs provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient psychiatric treatment for individuals of all ages dealing with emotional, mental, and/or chemically-related problems. The facility is at the foot of beautiful Cheyenne Mountain. (719)633-4114.
Strengthens, encourages and supports fathers to be actively and positively involved in the care and development of their children. Offers weekly support groups and resource library. Fathers can attend classes on fathering, conflict resolution, domestic violence, nurturing, and a preparation class for incarcerated dads to help resume fatherhood. (719)634-7797.
CNE connects people and organizations with the resources they need, acts as a voice for the nonprofit sector, and promotes best practices for nonprofit organizations to follow. They provide educational workshops and networking opportunities, community events, valuable resources and collaborative programs to strengthen the nonprofit sector. (719) 575-4341
Family Therapy Center dedicated to helping Hispanic families obtain information and resources for adjusting to a new culture. To empower Hispanic families to access life-sustaining resources and become self-sufficient through education, training and social services. Offers services in English and Spanish to Hispanic/Latino families and individuals. Services focus on parenting skills, domestic violence issues, advocacy, • Read More »
To provide financial, emotional and community support to individuals with cerebral palsy and their families. To ensure individuals with cerebral palsy are provided equal opportunities and access to an array of services. To promote independence, social awareness and inclusion in community life. To educate the public regarding all aspects of cerebral palsy. (719) 638-0808.