Community of Caring, in response to the Colorado Action For Healthy People Survey, created a partnership with Cripple Creek Parks and Recreation in providing enrichment Friday activities throughout the summer (excursions to museums, zoos, etc.). Community of Caring funds this great opportunity for children whose families are unable to pay due to financial hardship.
In 2017, we served a total of 87 children for 11 excursions at no cost to the families. This project mitigates poverty – 100% of these youth are on the Free and Reduced Lunch Program.
Everything from food, clothing to financial assistance can be found at the Aspen Mine Center. Whatever your needs come visit us and see if we can help. Click on the image below to go to our services page to see what programs are available.
The Aspen Mine Center has a number community partners that provide resources for a variety of needs such as mental and physical health, food, transportation, and social services. Click the image below to find out more about our partner agencies.
Depending on what situation you might have, we can often provide a safety net for you and your family’s basic needs. Click on the image below to go to our Client Case Management page to learn more about the types of assistance they can provide.
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Providing a green resource for clothes, shoes, accessories, furniture, and other household items. Visit us to see our selection or shop online!
Make sure no one in the community goes hungry this year, by donating to the food pantry. We make sure all bellies are full and happy.
Our Client Case Management Program is your first stop. Welcome to compassion, commitment and a light at the end of your tunnel.