What We Do

Help for children, young people, seniors, and the needy; those with challenges physically, mentally or emotionally; pregnant moms and their infants; the unemployed; those living below the poverty level, which is a high percentage in southern Teller County; those in transition of any kind, all these find help in this place of caring. Most find the help they need through the collaborative efforts of a number of people and agencies located here.

Want to know more?

Explore the different Aspen Mine Center programs brought to you by the Community of Caring Foundation. Hover over the boxes below to see the programs we offer.

Client Case Management Program

Senior Case Management

Medicaid Health Care Navigator

Employment Assistance

Financial Health Advocate

Food Pantry

Thrift Store & Gift Shoppe

Volunteer and Community Service Program

Wednesday Community Lunch

Commodities Program (TEFAP)

Clothes Closet

Book Exchange Library

Christmas Program

Community of Caring Scholarship Program

Pioneers in Public Service & Philanthropy & Cripple Creek Community Allocation Project

Summer Youth Enrichment Group

Teller County Resource Group Coalition