Aspen Pointe is one of the largest non-profits in Colorado Springs. The organization serves more than 30,000 individuals and families each year through a range of services in mental health, substance abuse, vocational training, education, and restorative justice. Aspen Pointe’s mission is; Empowering clients. Enriching Lives. Embracing Purpose. (719) 572-6100
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 »
CCCAP is a program designed to provide child care subsidies to low income families for child care during employment, job search or school/college. Access to quality child care is available and workers assist families to meet their self-sufficiency goals by providing referrals to needed support services.
Providing support and encouragement to families of children with Down syndrome…that is our primary mission here at the Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association (CSDSA)!
Children are NOT allowed to accompany prospective jurors to Jury Duty. Free Child Care is provided by Court Care, which is run by the Colorado Springs Child Nursery Centers. They are located in Room S140 in the courthouse. ◦Provides free, licensed child care for children of individuals who have court-related business in the Pikes Peak • Read More »
The Colorado Department of Human Services Office of Early Childhood and Rose Community Foundation are collaborating to promote positive social development in Colorado’s children.
Emergency food assistance provides 3-day supply of food at one time.
Founded in 1982 by eight downtown churches, Ecumenical Social Ministries (ESM) was created as a collaborative Christian organization serving the emergency assistance needs of low-income and homeless individuals and families in Colorado Springs. ESM provides more than 60,000 services to over 20,000 individuals each year. Our mission is accomplished with a staff of eighteen and • Read More »
The mission of the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office is to administer justice, advocate for victims and partner with law enforcement and the citizens of this community in the deterrence and prevention of crime. There are volunteer opportunities for UCCS students to work in Juvenile Diversion as Conflict Resolution Assistants. Conflict Resolution Assistants work with • Read More »
ETC offers holistic therapeutic intervention, community connectedness, and advocacy leading to empathy, accountability, and the discovery of self-worth. ETC methods include group therapy, individual therapy, play therapy, and couples therapy, family therapy, parenting classes, life skills parenting, seminars, evaluations and more. ETC specializes in trauma recovery, grief and loss, domestic violence, substance abuse, child abuse • Read More »