Pikes Peak Interagency Transitions Team (PPITT)

Pikes Peak Interagency Transition Team (PPITT) is committed to providing quality services to people with disabilities. Pikes Peak Interagency Transition Team has been meeting monthly since 1992, longer than any other interagency group in Colorado.

Project Worth More

Project Worth more (PWM) is a non-profit organization that seeks to improve the quality of life of Denver-area refugees from Burma by providing cultural mentorship and community supports.

Springs Recovery Connection

Springs Recovery Connection is a nonprofit recovery community organization that educates, mentors, and advocates for recovery and long term recovery solutions. SRC’s goal is to demystify addiction to alcohol and other drugs through public awareness and education- educate the community about the disease of addiction and the reality of long-term recovery. They provide recovery support • Read More »

Westside Cares

Formed in 1984, Westside CARES is an ecumenical and interfaith, nonprofit collaboration of 22 religious fellowships of the west side of El Paso County, united in care and compassion for those in need by providing crisis human services. Westside CARES provides many services to the community, including: food pantries, financial assistance, medical assistance, and the • Read More »

Westside Community Center

The mission of the Westside Community Center is to create community one person at a time through integrated and synergistic programs designed to serve the needs of the Westside neighborhood. Within any neighborhood, we recognize that there are many aspects of individuals’ personal lives that impact the quality of life for the entire community. Positive • Read More »

YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all through a variety of programs.