Pikes Peak United Way
Tri-Lakes Cares is a partner agency of the Pikes Peak United Way organization. United Way is a community-based, locally-governed, independent organization dedicated to not only providing a safety net for basic needs, but to preventing tomorrow's problems by addressing issues today throughout El Paso and Teller counties.
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Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado
Tri-Lakes Cares is a partner agency of Care and Share. Care and Share’s agency network serves diverse populations of the hungry across southern Colorado, including impoverished children, the working poor, low-income seniors, the sick, the disabled, the homeless and other at-risk populations.
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Neighborhood Nurse Program - Outreach Medical
The Neighborhood Nurse Program is an Outreach Medical Clinic that has five community crisis sites. Penrose-St. Francis provides a Faith Community Nurse at these community sites to work with the uninsured/underinsured; assessing, advocating and linking with resources. Clinics, like the ones at Tri-Lakes Cares are held for childhood and adult immunizations, health risk assessments along with safety-net primary care at specified sites.
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Tri-Lakes Health Advocacy Partnership (HAP)
Tri-Lakes Cares is a partner agency of the Tri-Lakes Health Advocacy Partnership. HAP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer-run organization dedicated to serving the needs of citizens in the communities within the area of northern El Paso county. They provide and coordinate services and support that encompass specific programs, projects, community education and awareness efforts. HAP has two major program areas: Senior services and support and Community Health & Wellness.
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Pikes Peak Workforce Center (PPWFC)
The Pikes Peak Workforce Center connects vital businesses with work-ready job seekers and employer-driven services.
We promote the economic vitality of the Pikes Peak Region. We are agile at responding to emerging needs of the diverse and growing workforce. We change the lives of job seekers with proven training and employment opportunities. Our employer partners know and acknowledge the value we add to their bottom line. We are a model for the responsible use of federal funds and a leader in workforce development, organizational effectiveness, and collaborative partnerships. And, we are a great place to work!
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Community First Foundation and GivingFirst
The Community First Foundation helps donors and nonprofits come together to improve quality of life in the Denver metro area. They fund community programs, support the services of nonprofit organizations, and assist individuals with charitable giving. By monitoring the pulse of the community, the Foundation creates innovative programs such as GivingFirst.org, an online giving resource, and Colorado Gives Day, an initiative that inspired Coloradans to donate more than $8.4 million in one day on December 8, 2010. The Foundation has been serving the region since 1975.
GivingFirst.org is an online resource featuring Colorado charities. Made possible by Community First Foundation, it encourages charitable giving by providing comprehensive, objective and up-to-date information about Colorado charities--and an easy way to support them online. Tri-Lakes Cares is a member of the GivingFirst organization.
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The Gazette and El Pomar Foundation Empty Stocking Fund
The Gazette-El Pomar Foundation Empty Stocking Fund provides resources for 15 local health and human service agencies in the Pikes Peak region on the front lines of helping people in crisis and assisting others in attaining self-sufficiency. 100% of donations to the Empty Stocking Fund go directly to our local nonprofit partners, like Tri-Lakes Cares.
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