Funded Projects

Projects Funded

Since our founding in late 2017, Rocky Mountain Health Foundation has awarded 280 grants totaling $3,194,500 to nonprofit and community organizations.

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AWARD YEAR ORGANIZATION AWARD AMOUNT COUNTY COUNTIES SERVED REGION PROGRAM AREAS DESCRIPTION
2020 Doors 2 Success $15,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

RMHF dollars will support 3 service/care coordinators for the residents of the 4 GJHA properties.

2020 Kids Aid $5,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

Purchase food, bags, and cover administrative costs to serve elementary-aged students in Mesa County.

2018 Kids Aid $20,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

Feed students at Rocky Mountain Elementary for an entire school year.

2020 Lower Valley Hospital Association $8,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Supports telehealth, including patient based internet connected remote monitoring, video consults, voice consults, imaging diagnostics and remote treatment.

2019 MarillacHealth $11,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Partially funds RN Care Coordinator position.

2020 MarillacHealth $6,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 MarillacHealth $20,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 specific response

Air sanitizing units in the Dental clinic

2019 Mesa County Partners $10,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

Funds the One-to-One Mentoring Program, healthy activities, and treatment to youth in the Restitution/Work program.

2018 Mesa County Partners $5,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Recruitment of 40 volunteers and 2 new physical activities for kids in program.

2020 Mesa County Partners $10,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Therapy sessions for the kids in our mentoring, restitution, and Conservation Corps programs

2018 Mesa County Public Health $25,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

Incorporate a Promotora (Hispanic health navigator) model in Clifton.

2020 Mesa County Valley School District 51 $5,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Mosaic $25,000 Mesa Delta, Mesa, Montrose Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports board-certified behavior analysts’ salaries/benefits, equipment, travel to Delta and Montrose counties, and family/caregiver training.

2020 Project 1.27 $2,500 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2018 Reach Out and Read Colorado $5,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Sustain program operations at 11 clinic programs across Mesa County.

2018 Riverside Educational Center $15,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Structured tutoring in the after-school hours for 50 students.

2018 Karis, Inc $20,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Increase from 30-40 units of permanent housing, increase beds from 5-10, 1300 more hours of staff time.

2020 Karis, Inc $4,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 EUREKA! McConnell Science Museum $10,000 Mesa Delta, Garfield, Mesa Mesa Community-Based Health Projects

Supports summer scholarship program for 80 at-risk 6th-12th grade youth.

2020 First Presbyterian Church, Corp $1,500 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Food Bank of the Rockies $25,000 Mesa Delta, Eagle, Garfield, Jackson, Lake, Mesa, Moffat, Montrose, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, Summit Mesa Basic Needs

Supports food distribution program.

2020 Food Bank of the Rockies $7,500 Mesa Delta, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Lake, Mesa, Moffat, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, Summit Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Girls on the Run $15,000 Mesa Archuleta, Delta, Dolores, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, LaPlata, Lake, Mesa, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, San Juan, San Miguel, Summit Mesa Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Covers the differential between collected registration and the actual cost to provide the program.

2020 Grand Valley Catholic Outreach $25,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Broaden the physical and oral health services and increase Social -Emotional-Behavioral activities including substance abuse services at the Outreach Day Center as part of the Homeless Health Outreach program.

2018 Grand Valley Catholic Outreach $15,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

Underwrite medical supplies, testing fees and client transportation for on-site clinic.

2020 Griffith Centers for Children $2,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Harmony Acres Equestrian Center $15,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Provide animal-assisted therapy services to clients in financial need, focus: children, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

2020 Harmony Acres Equestrian Center $10,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Provide Animal-Assisted Psychotherapy

2020 Hilltop Community Resources, Inc. $12,000 Mesa Delta,Mesa,Montrose,Ouray Mesa Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Health Access program: assisting people with eligibility and enrolment in Medicaid and connect them with basic needs resources.

2018 Hilltop Community Resources, Inc. $20,000 Mesa Delta, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray Mesa Basic Needs

Support Family Resource Center’s personnel costs, program costs and participant costs, enabling the programs to continue without cuts or lapse in services.

2020 HomewardBound of the Grand Valley, Inc $5,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 HomewardBound of the Grand Valley, Inc. $10,000 Mesa Archuleta, Delta, Dolores, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Jackson, La Plata, Lake, Mesa, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, San Juan, San Miguel, Summit Mesa Basic Needs

General shelter operations (wages and training) and food, hygiene supplies, and cleaning products.

2020 HopeWest $7,500 Mesa Delta Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports professional mental health counselor to conduct sliding scale Adult Bereavement Counseling in Delta for low-income vulnerable clients suffering complicated grief with death loss during social distancing as a result of COVID-19.

2020 STRiVE $15,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Support for parent/guardian and host-home caregivers, providing in-place respite (“relief”) care for client family members

2020 STRiVE $3,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2018 STRiVE $25,000 Mesa Delta, Dolores, Eagle, Garfield, Gunnison, Hinsdale, La Plata, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, San Juan, San Miguel Mesa Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Autism assessments for a minimum 24 Western Colorado children.

2020 Ascendigo Autism Services $1,000 Garfield Garfield Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2020 Aspen Homeless Shelter $5,000 Pitkin Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center $5,000 Summit Eagle,Grand,Lake,Pitkin,Summit Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds mental health programming to meet the needs of local teens, who are suffering from social isolation or mental health issues.

2018 Bridging Bionics Foundation $20,000 Eagle Garfield, Mesa, Pitkin Mountain Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Underwrite rehabilitation sessions to expand to Mesa County.

2020 Bright Future Foundation for Eagle County $5,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain Basic Needs

Provide crisis intervention, advocacy, housing and long-term healing services to survivors impacted by the COVID-19 crisis in Eagle County.

2019 Bright Future Foundation for Eagle County $20,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Support salaries for the clinical director and the psychology extern of our Counseling and Psychological Services Program for 150 survivors of violence.

2020 Bright Future Foundation for Eagle County $4,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Bright Start $3,300 Lake Lake Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Carbondale & Rural Fire Protection District $3,500 Garfield Garfield, Gunnison, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Carbondale Age-Friendly Community Initiative $1,000 Garfield Garfield Mountain COVID-19 specific response

Support Carbondale’s effort to curtail the spread of COVID-19 by producing masks for residents.

2019 CASA of the Continental Divide $16,000 Summit Eagle, Lake, Summit Mountain Basic Needs

Provides advocacy for abused and neglected children in civil court. Assists with recruiting, training and mentoring advocates.

2020 CASA of the Continental Divide $2,000 Summit Eagle, Lake, Summit Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2020 CASA of the Continental Divide $7,000 Summit Eagle,Lake,Summit Mountain Basic Needs

Cover the costs of recruiting, training, and mentoring volunteers as well as costs incurred by our child advocates as they are the voice of the child in court.

2020 Cloud City Conservation Center $5,000 Lake Lake Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Cloud City Conservation Center $20,000 Lake Lake Mountain Community-Based Health Projects

Provides youth cooking programs at LCSD, the Cloud City Farm Community Garden and nutrition education for CSA participants.

2020 Advocates of Lake County $11,000 Lake Lake Mountain Basic Needs

Continue our Promotora program so that Latinx and teen survivors get the targeted services they need to thrive.

2019 Advocates of Lake County $13,500 Lake Lake Mountain Basic Needs

Funds Diversity Services Coordinator position and training the program participants.

2020 SummitWest Care $10,000 Mesa Garfield,Mesa Mesa COVID-19 specific response

Purchases medical equipment that clients can use on their own during telehealth visits with our staff.

2020 SummitWest Care $3,000 Mesa Eagle, Garfield, Gunnison, Mesa, Pitkin Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2020 The Joseph Center $20,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

Gen Operating for facility utilities, renovations, food, office supplies, cleaning supplies, install a shower, possible laundry room, maintenance, hotel stay for clients, deposits, and rental assistance.

2020 The Joseph Center $5,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 The Joseph Center $25,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

General operating funds to further the mission and provide staff with the resources needed.

2020 Western Colorado Area Health Education Center $5,000 Mesa Delta, Mesa, Montrose Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Western Colorado Area Health Education Center $10,000 Mesa Delta, Mesa, Montrose Mesa Community-Based Health Projects

Funds Recruiter position who administers the CNA/PCP Apprenticeship Program.

2018 Western Colorado Center for the Arts $15,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Supports program supplies and additional part-time staff support for special-abilities art class.

2020 Western Slope Center For Children $10,000 Mesa Delta,Mesa Mesa COVID-19 specific response

Funding will cover 24/7 on-call pay for SANE nurses at $3 per hour

2019 Western Slope Center for Children $21,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports salaries for 3 employees on the mental health team, funding for educational materials and play therapy room.

2020 Ouray County Public Health Department and San Miguel County Dept of Health and Environment $15,000 Ouray Ouray, San Miguel Mountain Basic Needs

Supports nutrition program vouchers, breastfeeding and wellness support groups, 1 holistic care visit/family, and up to 9 follow-up and goal setting visits per family.

2020 A Way Out, Inc. $15,000 Pitkin Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Increases the frequency and intensity of case management and clinical contacts to support 12 months of ongoing sobriety, adherence to recovery programs and early intervention for challenges.

2019 Advocates for Victims of Assault $13,000 Summit Eagle, Grand, Lake, Summit Mountain Basic Needs

General Operating to Living Beyond Violence program.

2020 Advocates for Victims of Assault $5,000 Summit Eagle,Grand,Lake,Summit Mountain Basic Needs

Support our Empowered Intervention™ initiatives, which include Mask19 and Speak Out in Ink.

2020 Advocates for Victims of Assault $5,000 Summit Summit Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Eagle County Health Service District $5,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 Doors 2 Success $2,500 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Gunnison Valley Mentors $10,000 Gunnison Gunnison, Hinsdale Central Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Support up to 250 1:2:1 mentoring partnerships (250 youth, 150 mentors, 100 parents).

2019 All American Families $7,700 Delta Delta Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Fees & equipment for youth to join skill-building activities and partially support Licensed Professional Counselor.

2018 A Little Help $2,500 Delta Delta Central Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Expand coordination and delivery of services by fostering intergenerational connections.

2018 A Kidz Clinic $25,000 Delta Delta Central Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Support integrated practices through Resilient School Communities, ACEs on the Western Slope, and Tobacco Cessation.

2020 A KIDZ Clinic $8,500 Delta Delta, Montrose Central COVID-19 specific response

Telehealth mobile stations: hardware (desktop computers on mobile carts with enhanced audio/visual capability to address any impairments) and HIPAA compliant tele-health software.

2020 Gunnison Valley Mentors $10,000 Gunnison Gunnison,Hinsdale Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Support up to 250 mentoring partnerships that include evidence-based mental health and substance abuse prevention activities to referred youth facing adverse childhood events.

2020 Haven House of Montrose, Inc $10,000 Montrose Delta,Grand,Gunnison,La Plata,Mesa,Montrose,Ouray,San Miguel Central Basic Needs

Support the continued operation and development of our Transitional program for homeless families.

2019 Haven House of Montrose, Inc. $20,000 Montrose Delta, Dolores, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Jackson, La Plata, Mesa, Moffat, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, San Juan, San Miguel, Summit Central Basic Needs

Supports direct support staff positions and costs associated with housing the participants.

2020 Hispanic Affairs Project $5,000 Montrose Delta,Gunnison,Mesa,Montrose,Ouray,San Miguel Central Basic Needs

Immigration legal assistance and online/digital education, outreach and communications including interpretation

2019 Hispanic Affairs Project $20,000 Montrose Mesa, Montrose Central Basic Needs

Funds program-related staffing costs and immigration legal assistance, community education and outreach, capacity building, and leadership development.

2020 HopeWest $4,000 Montrose Montrose Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2019 Lake Fork Health Services District $9,000 Hinsdale Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose Central Basic Needs

Purchase LifePak15 defibrillator to integrate with EMS units, as well as monitor carbon mono1ide.

2018 Living Journeys $10,000 Gunnison Gunnison Central Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Transportation (and sometimes lodging) for patients to cancer treatments.

2020 Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center $4,500 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2018 Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center $20,000 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Walk-in crisis and respite care, mobile respite and crisis care, and social detox for those dealing with substances.

2020 Montrose County Senior Citizens Transportation Inc. $10,000 Montrose Delta,Montrose,San Miguel Central Basic Needs

Funds will be used to deliver rides primarily for healthcare and nutrition to vulnerable, mobility-challenged community members across Delta, Montrose & San Miguel counties.

2018 All Points Transit $20,000 Montrose Montrose, Delta Central Basic Needs

General op funds to support increase in minimum wage for drivers. 55k trips annually, $4/each.

2019 Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club $15,000 Montrose Montrose Central Basic Needs

General Operating to ensure quality staff, programming and activities.

2020 Gunnison Valley Health Foundation $10,000 Gunnison Gunnison Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds support a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) to fill a critical services gap in supporting the mental and behavioral healthcare needs of those impacted by and recovering from the health and economic crises caused by COVID-19.

2018 Gunnison County $10,000 Gunnison Gunnison Central Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Train trainers-Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, safeTALK, and Question Persuade Refer and materials for Sources of Strength.

2019 Gunnison Country Food Pantry $20,000 Gunnison Gunnison Central Basic Needs

Purchases a balance of nutritionally-rich fresh produce, dairy and protein products to supplement non-perishable food for distributions and for children. T

2020 Dream Catcher Therapy Center $1,150 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, San Juan, San Miguel Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 Delta County Memorial Hospital $10,000 Delta Delta Central COVID-19 specific response

Telehealth equipment for our hospital and 10 clinics throughout Delta County.

2020 Delta County Health Department $5,000 Delta Delta Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2020 Community Options $2,500 Delta Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Community Options $20,000 Montrose Delta, Montrose Central Basic Needs

Funds 20% of the cost to purchase 3 new ADA-accessible vehicles to transport clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

2019 Colorado Lions KidSight Program $6,500 Grand Delta, Dolores, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, Hinsdale, La Plata, Mesa, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Routt, San Miguel, Summit Central Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Free vision screening, education referral and follow-up for 10,000 children 6 months – 6 years in Western Colorado.

2018 Cattlemen’s Days Inc. $5,000 Gunnison Gunnison, Hinsdale Central Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Mammograms, breast ultrasounds, and biopsies for uninsured women over the age of 40.

2019 CASA of the 7th Judicial District $20,000 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports a portion of the salaries of Youth Service Manager and Friendly Neighbor for 1st Place.

2020 CASA of the 7th Judicial District $5,000 Montrose Delta, Montrose Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 CASA of the 7th Judicial District $10,000 Montrose Montrose Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Support for the Youth Access Center providing lunch, one-on-one counseling and/or life skills assistance, and assistance with schoolwork and other social/emotional needs.

2018 Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club $15,000 Montrose Montrose Central Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Replace the lost funding from the Tobacco A-35 grant for Operations Director.

2020 Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club $3,500 Montrose Montrose Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Montrose Lighthouse, Inc. $10,000 Montrose Montrose Central Basic Needs

Funds a dorm supervisor, utilities, van driver salaries, fuel for the vehicles, repairs for vehicles, and laundry for the needy individuals.

2018 Montrose Memorial Hospital $4,500 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supplies for enhancing the experience of learners who participate in scenarios in the Simulation Lab.

2018 Mountain Medical Center, LLC $7,000 Ouray Ouray Central Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Partially funds electronic medical record provider, AllScripts.

2018 The PIC Place $30,000 Montrose Montrose, Delta Central Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Provides individuals who are uninsured, underinsured, and on public insurance programs access to medical, dental, optometry and mental health services.

2020 Tri-County Health Network $10,000 San Miguel Delta Central Basic Needs

Provide 1-1 navigation support to LatinX community members, helping them access services that meet their basic needs

2020 Valley Food Partnership $24,000 Montrose Delta,Montrose Central Basic Needs

Low-income families at risk of diet-related medical issues attend a series of cooking and nutrition classes and receive incentive vouchers which they can use to purchase fresh produce from local vendors.

2020 Ariel Clinical Services $15,000 Mesa Delta,Mesa,Montrose Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Therapy sessions for youth clients referred to Ariel.

2018 Center for Independence $12,500 Mesa Delta, Eagle, Garfield, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Lake, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, San Miguel Mesa Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Purchase and implement upgraded information technology system to support case management over a 12 county region.

2020 Clifton Christian Church Food and Clothing $10,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Colorado AIDS Project/Howard Dental Center $10,000 Mesa Archuleta, Delta, Dolores, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Jackson, La Plata, Lake, Mesa, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, San Juan, San Miguel, Summit Mesa Basic Needs

Supports launching and sustaining a food pantry in Grand Junction and a mobile food pantry.

2018 Colorado Canyons Association $5,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Outdoor field trips (day-long hiking and rafting trips) with Hilltop’s Residential Youth Services Program.

2018 Colorado Discover Ability $12,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Provide financial assistance to participants, program support and outreach efforts.

2018 Community Food Bank $25,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

Purchase a new(er) pick up truck and cover first year insurance costs to haul up to 1,000 lbs. of food recovery efforts.

2020 Community Food Bank $10,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Counseling and Education Center $25,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports counseling and the ability to offer a sliding fee scale.

2020 Counseling and Education Center $2,500 Mesa Mesa Mesa COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Counseling and Education Center $15,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports the addition of a Spanish-speaking counselor

2018 Counseling and Education Center $20,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

10% increase in counseling service clients  to help those who are sinking into depression, dysfunction and suicidal ideation.

2020 The PIC Place $10,000 Montrose Delta,Gunnison,Montrose,Ouray,San Miguel Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds additional access to behavioral health and case management.

2020 The PIC Place $2,000 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2019 North Fork Senior Connections $3,000 Delta Delta Central Community-Based Health Projects

Supports a portion of salary for part-time program manager.

2018 Ouray County Schools Community Resource Consortium $9,000 Ouray Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

After-School and Summer Enrichment Program activities and outdoor activities for youth ages 12-15.

2019 Partners of Delta, Montrose and Ouray $10,000 Montrose Delta, Montrose, Ouray Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Support one-to-one mentoring through case management, recreational activities and screening/training of adult volunteers.

2020 Project Hope of Gunnison Valley $7,500 Gunnison Gunnison,Hinsdale Central Basic Needs

Support client healing and recovery from domestic abuse or sexual violence through traditional and alternative mental health therapies

2019 Project Hope of Gunnison Valley $10,000 Gunnison Gunnison, Hinsdale Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds salaries for Assistant Director and two Latinx Advocates, supplies for educational events, client counseling, support group supplies, and operation of crisis line.

2020 Project Hope of Gunnison Valley $2,500 Gunnison Gunnison, Hinsdale Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Region 10 $18,000 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose Central Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports companions who provide care and companionship to home-bound older adults, as well as no-cost respite care for caregivers.

2019 San Miguel Resource Center $23,000 San Miguel Montrose, San Miguel Central Basic Needs

General Operating to support vital victim services: Client Services, Prevention Education, Cultural Outreach, Volunteer Training, and Rural Outreach.

2019 Sharing Ministries Food Bank $10,000 Montrose Delta, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central Basic Needs

Supports purchasing food and fuel.

2020 Sharing Ministries Food Bank $15,000 Montrose Delta,Montrose,Ouray,San Miguel Central Basic Needs

Purchase and install commercial refrigeration in our dairy department.

2020 Sharing Ministries Food Bank $3,500 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Surface Creek Community Services Inc $6,000 Delta Delta Central Basic Needs

Walk in freezer to store meats and frozen foods

2020 Surface Creek Community Services, Inc $1,000 Delta Delta Central COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 The Dolphin House Child Advocacy Center $18,000 Montrose Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Central Community-Based Health Projects

Funds a portion of SANE Coordinator’s salary to conduct sexual assault nurse examinations and coordinate the program.

2020 The Dolphin House Child Advocacy Center $16,000 Montrose Delta,Gunnison,Hinsdale,Montrose,Ouray,San Miguel Central Basic Needs

Mental health services to child victims of abuse and their non-offending family members.

2018 Doors 2 Success $25,000 Mesa Mesa Mesa Basic Needs

All four sites will provide consistent access to services coordination.

2020 Eagle County School District RE50-J $5,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Montrose Memorial Hospital $10,000 Montrose Delta,Gunnison,Hinsdale,Montrose,Ouray,San Juan,San Miguel Central COVID-19 specific response

Purchase telehealth equipment: high risk patient monitoring devices that includes blue tooth connected pulse oximetry and blood pressure cuffs as well as tablets for emergency department.

2018 St. Mary’s Hospital $35,000 Mesa Delta, Garfield, Mesa, Montrose Mesa Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Launch a fully integrated addiction medicine program with a Licensed Professional Counselor.

2020 Healthy all Together “HAT” $4,000 Eagle Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Get Outdoors Leadville! (GOL!) $25,000 Lake Lake Mountain Community-Based Health Projects

Supports partial costs for camp lead staff, program partner fees, camper transport, consumables, and camper insurance.

2019 Garfield County Public Health $20,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Funds Dental Hygienists to serve students, salary for Community Health Services lead hygienist for program quality control, and dental supplies.

2018 Family Visitor Program of Garfield County, Inc $20,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Provide families evidence-based Healthy Families Aspen to Parachute program.

2020 Family Visitor Program of Garfield County, Inc $2,500 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 Family Visitor Program of Garfield County, Inc $10,000 Garfield Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds telehealth and phone visits to maintain connections to ensure moms, babies, and families receive needed support and education.

2018 Family & Intercultural Resource Center $50,000 Summit Summit Mountain Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Access to health for uninsured, underinsured, and those on public insurance programs.

2020 Eagle Valley Community Foundation $7,500 Eagle Eagle Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Eagle Valley Community Foundation $5,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain Basic Needs

Purchase high quality produce from local farmers, equitably distribute food to 7 different locations each week, and ensure that staff and volunteers have the PPE necessary to remain safe and healthy.

2019 Eagle County Smiles $16,500 Eagle Eagle Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Supports Eagle County Smiles program for direct oral health services.

2018 Eagle River Youth Coalition, Inc. $10,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Expand substance abuse prevention education opportunities to elementary-aged youth in fifth grade.

2020 Rangely Hospital District $3,000 Rio Blanco Rio Blanco Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 Rangely Hospital District $2,000 Rio Blanco Rio Blanco Northwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Purchase five iPads for Behavioral Health Department enabling elderly, high-risk patients to be seen by a professional from their own homes.

2020 Pioneers Healthcare Foundation $2,700 Rio Blanco Rio Blanco Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 Reaching Everyone Preventing Suicide $3,000 Routt Moffat, Routt Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Routt County Council on Aging $10,000 Routt Routt Northwest Basic Needs

Purchase 2 months of food and supplies for our meal delivery program, packaging trays and film, gloves, wrap and cleaning supplies used for meals.

2018 Routt County Council on Aging $5,000 Routt Routt Northwest Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Funds “A Matter of Balance” program and transportation for seniors.

2018 Sk8 Church $7,500 Routt Routt Northwest Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Expand to include Fridays and Saturdays as a safe and sober alternative to potential weekend parties.

2020 South Routt Medical Center Health Service District $27,000 Routt Routt Northwest Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Helps purchase a new hematology analyzer unit.

2019 STARS $15,000 Routt Moffat, Routt Northwest Community-Based Health Projects

Supports program staff costs for residents of Routt and Moffat Counties who have disabilities.

2019 Town of Oak Creek $15,000 Routt Routt Northwest Basic Needs

Supports local hunger needs, removing the elements of food insecurity.

2019 Pioneers Healthcare Foundation $15,000 Rio Blanco Rio Blanco Northwest Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Purchases a passenger vehicle for long-term care residents to medical appointments. Also used for Meals on Wheels.

2019 Partners in Routt County $10,000 Routt Routt Northwest Community-Based Health Projects

Provides increased personnel capacity, mentor screening and training.

2018 Jackson County Council on Aging $10,000 Jackson Jackson Northwest Basic Needs

Operations funding to keep the center open without a disruption in services due to lost of Federal funding.

2020 Lift Up of Routt County $10,000 Routt Routt Northwest Basic Needs

General operations for food and emergency financial support to our community members in need.

2018 Lift Up of Routt County $10,000 Routt Routt Northwest Basic Needs

New, part-time case worker to access our Community Support Programs and Food Banks.

2020 Lift Up of Routt County $10,000 Routt Routt Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Memorial Hospital Foundation, Inc. $10,000 Moffat Moffat Northwest Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports telemedicine behavioral health, including equipment.

2020 Memorial Regional Health Foundation $3,500 Moffat Moffat Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2019 Mountain Family Center $16,500 Grand Grand, Jackson Northwest Basic Needs

General Operating to help enhance basic needs and hardships that low-income, under-served households face.

2020 Mountain Family Center $3,000 Grand Grand, Jackson Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Northwest Colorado Health $15,000 Moffat Moffat, Routt Northwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Community Connectors to utilize a more personalized and comprehensive approach focused on Case Management.

2020 Open Heart Advocates $5,000 Moffat Moffat Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Opera Steamboat $3,000 Routt Moffat, Routt Northwest Basic Needs

Provides voice therapy workshops to clients in the Yampa Valley Autism Program, Steamboat & Craig Horizons Specialized Services and the Parkinson’s Support Group.

2018 Yampa Valley Autism Program $15,000 Routt Routt Northwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Serves uninsurable due to undocumented citizenship, those who do not have insurance, or those waiting for approval through Medicaid or private insurance.

2020 Yampa Valley Autism Program $10,000 Routt Moffat,Routt Northwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Intensive behavior therapy for children with ASD who are uninsurable due to citizenship, without insurance, waiting for insurance approval, or whose high deductible is a deterrent to receiving therapy.

2019 Housing Solutions for the Southwest $15,000 La Plata Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan Southwest Basic Needs

General operating supports leadership staff and programmatic growth.

2019 KSUT $10,000 La Plata La Plata, Montezuma Southwest Community-Based Health Projects

Record and produce 15 Native American youth/elder interviews focused on health-related issues.

2020 La Plata Family Centers Coalition $10,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest Basic Needs

Sustains existing efforts to advance health equity through parent leader networking in the distribution of food boxes for 4 trailer parks.

2018 La Plata Family Centers Coalition $15,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Partial funding of Family Advocate.

2018 La Plata Youth Services $5,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Supports voluntary referrals to Diversion Program and school-based restorative justice services.

2020 La Plata Youth Services $12,000 La Plata La Plata,San Juan Southwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Provides individual and group mental and behavioral health support to young individuals encountering adverse barriers that are arising out of the unique circumstances surrounding COVID-19.

2018 Local First Foundation $25,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Conduct a needs assessment for affordable and effective health care for local, independent businesses.

2020 Local First Foundation $15,000 La Plata Dolores,La Plata,Montezuma,San Juan Southwest Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Provide a community-driven, ACA compliant plan available in the marketplace

2019 Manna – The Durango Soup Kitchen $18,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest Basic Needs

Purchases food/supplies for the soup kitchen program and Take-Home Backpack Program.

2020 Manna – The Durango Soup Kitchen $4,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Dr. Mary Fisher Medical Foundation $11,000 Archuleta Archuleta Southwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Purchases equipment to provide telehealth psychiatry.

2019 Dove’s Nest $10,000 Dolores Dolores Southwest Community-Based Health Projects

Funds qualified staff positions working directly with children.

2018 4 the Children $10,000 La Plata Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan Southwest Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Expand Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time (SEPT) and Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) services in Archuleta.

2020 Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program, Inc. $5,000 Archuleta Archuleta Southwest Basic Needs

General Operating support for programming & personnel costs to continue services needed by survivors.

2018 Boys & Girls Clubs of La Plata County $20,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Reduce risk for obesity along with nutrition education. Expand program to Pine River Library.

2020 Bright Futures $10,000 San Miguel Delta, Montrose, Ouray, San Juan, San Miguel Southwest Community-Based Health Projects

General Operating to support early childhood mental health and provides families with basic needs, individualized support services, and access to quality child care.

2020 Celebrating Healthy Communities $5,000 La Plata Archuleta, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Community United Methodist Church $1,500 Archuleta Archuleta Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Compañeros: Four Corners Immigrant Resource Center $15,000 La Plata Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan Southwest Basic Needs

Funds will support Direct Assistance, Education Outreach, and Integrative Programming.

2020 Compañeros: Four Corners Immigrant Resource Center $2,500 La Plata Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Dolores County Health Association $20,000 Dolores Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma Southwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Full-time Dental Assistant.

2020 Dove Creek Ambulance District $1,500 Dolores Dolores, Montezuma, San Miguel Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2020 Mountain Family Center $15,000 Grand Grand,Jackson Northwest Basic Needs

General operating for hunger relief & sustaining housing

2020 Interfaith Food Bank $2,000 Moffat Moffat Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Keystone Science School $10,000 Summit Summit Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Supports a portion of the Summer CATCH Camp.

2020 Summit Community Care Clinic $5,000 Summit Grand, Lake, Summit Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2018 Summit Community Care Clinic $25,000 Summit Eagle, Grand, Lake, Summit Mountain Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Training of Patient Navigators and screening for Social Determinants of Health.

2020 Summit County Family Resource Center $10,000 Summit Eagle,Grand,Lake,Summit Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Funds essential staff providing Navigation services (i.e. medical, food and cash program enrollment, health literacy, case management).

2019 The Buddy Program $12,500 Pitkin Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Community-Based Health Projects

Supports a bilingual case manager to manage Big Buddies & Little Buddies.

2020 The Cycle Effect $15,000 Eagle Eagle, Summit Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Girl’s Mountain Bike Program – Funds equipment such as helmets, uniforms, race entry fees, nutritional snacks, and bikes for new participants.

2019 The Hope Center $20,000 Eagle Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds an additional and much needed crisis clinician for mobile crisis response.

2020 The Hope Center $4,000 Eagle Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 The Salvation Army, a California corporation $20,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds a portion of VVSA Certified Horticultural Therapist salary.

2020 The Salvation Army, a California corporation $10,000 Eagle Delta, Dolores, Garfield, La Plata, Mesa, Montezuma, Montrose, San Juan Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 The Hope Center $20,000 Eagle Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Provide access to school-based therapeutic care AT NO CHARGE

2020 St. George Episcopal Church $10,000 Lake Lake Mountain Basic Needs

Purchase food and increase the number of hours our Community Meals supervisor is able to coordinate our pantry.

2020 Senior Matters Because Seniors Matter $5,000 Garfield Garfield Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Roundup River Ranch $10,000 Eagle Delta, Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, Mesa, Routt Mountain Community-Based Health Projects

Funds children with serious illnesses and their families to experience the healing power of camp.

2020 Mountain Family Health Centers $15,000 Garfield Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin,Rio Blanco Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Purchase a Retinal Camera to screen patients for diabetic eye disease.

2019 Mountain Mentors $20,000 Summit Summit Mountain Community-Based Health Projects

Helps sustain a full time position, prevention programming, and one recreational activity and/or a community service activity per month.

2020 Mountain Valley Developmental Services, Inc $1,500 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Lake, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 Neighborhood Navigators of Eagle County $3,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Our Community Foundation $21,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Increase MIRA outreach efforts with Latina community members in Eagle County in order to build awareness and trust of MIRA, and connect families to resources.

2020 Pathfinders $20,000 Pitkin Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds expansion of school-based program for counselor’s hourly contract-labor fees, travel expenses and admin fees.

2020 Response $9,000 Pitkin Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin Mountain Basic Needs

Services to survivors of domestic and sexual abuse in our community.

2019 Response $12,000 Pitkin Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Basic Needs

Funds support transitional housing and staffing.

2020 River Bridge Regional Center $15,000 Garfield Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin,Rio Blanco Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Supports direct services to child victims of abuse, including victim/family advocacy, and community outreach programs.

2019 River Bridge Regional Center $10,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, Rio Blanco Mountain Basic Needs

Provide services to child victims of abuse through forensic interviews, family advocacy, mental health and medical services, and support to adult victims.

2019 The Summit Foundation $5,000 Summit Summit Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Supports start-up program costs, personnel, consultants, Communication, Marketing/Sales, and Administrative Costs.

2020 Trio Therapy Partners $5,000 Eagle Eagle Mountain Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Occupational and physical therapy services that incorporate the use of equine movement as treatment tool.

2020 Advocates Victim Assistance Team $5,000 Grand Grand Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2019 Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado $20,000 Moffat Moffat, Routt Northwest Community-Based Health Projects

Supports General Operations for staff, safe places and supplies to help our local youth achieve healthy minds and bodies.

2018 Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation $15,000 Rio Blanco Rio Blanco Northwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Replace essential dental hygiene chair in clinic for optimization of public service availability.

2019 Grand County Rural Health Network $23,500 Grand Grand, Jackson Northwest Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Funds Patient Navigator position to serve uninsured, low-income and chronically ill.

2020 Grand Lake Fire Protection District $8,000 Grand Grand Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2019 HopeWest $12,300 Rio Blanco Rio Blanco Northwest Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Supports the Program Director salary.

2020 Horizons Specialized Services $7,500 Routt Moffat Northwest Basic Needs

Supports the Moffat County Comprehensive Residential Program, serving 19 adults in 3 group homes who have significant cognitive/physical disabilities with co-occurring mental and behavioral health conditions.

2020 Integrated Community $10,000 Routt Moffat,Routt Northwest Basic Needs

Gen Op for staff support

2020 Integrated Community $2,500 Routt Moffat, Routt Northwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Integrated Community $25,000 Routt Moffat, Routt Northwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Increase immigration services.

2019 Advocates of Routt County $20,000 Routt Routt Northwest Community-Based Health Projects

The grant will be used for all aspects of the program including: staff salary, overhead (rent, utilities, bookkeeping, supplies, etc.), and program costs (informational materials, events, signs/banners, etc.)

2020 Advocates of Routt County $5,000 Routt Routt Northwest Basic Needs

Support our new youth advocacy program and our social change program as well as for equipment for these programs and for outreach initiatives.

2018 YouthZone $5,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, Rio Blanco Mountain Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Youth mental health counseling and case management.

2020 Valley Settlement $20,000 Garfield Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin Mountain Basic Needs

Provide wrap-around services to vulnerable LatinX families.

2018 Valley Settlement $50,000 Garfield Garfield Mountain Basic Needs

Promotoras to provide home visits, needs assessment, depression screening, and resilience screenings.

2020 Valley Settlement $2,500 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 West Mountain Regional Health Alliance $3,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2019 West Mountain Regional Health Alliance $10,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Community-Based Health Projects

General Operating for supportive housing program coordinator.

2020 West Mountain Regional Health Alliance $15,000 Garfield Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin Mountain Basic Needs

Support increased case management and outreach to the homeless.

2019 WindWalkers $20,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Expands therapeutic riding and equine assisted learning for those suffering from various challenges, at below cost or free.

2020 WindWalkers $2,000 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, Summit Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 YouthZone $10,000 Garfield Eagle,Garfield,Pitkin,Rio Blanco Mountain Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds will subsidize operating costs for an additional full-time mental health/substance use counselor for youth

2020 YouthZone $2,350 Garfield Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, Rio Blanco Mountain COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Southwest Rainbow Youth $1,000 La Plata Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2020 The Bridge $5,000 Montezuma Montezuma Southwest Basic Needs

Purchase suitable PPE for staff and make minor facility modifications to ensure safety of guests and staff

2019 The Bridge $15,000 Montezuma Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma Southwest Basic Needs

Funds Shelter Manager and Chef positions and expands Day Labor program.

2019 Students Tackling Unhealthy Decisions (STUD) $8,000 Dolores Dolores Southwest Community-Based Health Projects

General Operating funding to support activities, supplies staffing support, and food e1penditures for youth participants.

2020 St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church Food Pantry $2,000 Archuleta Archuleta Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 The Center for Rural Outreach and Public Services, Inc. (CROPS)  $9,000 Montezuma Montezuma Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Telehealth support (equipment, broadband access).

2020 The Grief Center of Southwest Colorado $3,500 La Plata Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 The Grief Center of SW Colorado $10,000 La Plata Archuleta,Dolores,La Plata,Montezuma,San Juan Southwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Sustain the successful pivot in our delivery of services and increase outreach to isolated pockets of the region

2019 The Pinon Project $10,000 Montezuma Dolores, Montezuma Southwest Community-Based Health Projects

Funds Nurturing Parents curriculum training to be used during supervised visitations.

2019 Upper Pine River Fire Protection $25,000 La Plata Archuleta, La Plata Southwest Community-Based Health Projects

Funds a portion of the salary for one Community Paramedic, initial certification, and one I-Stat Handheld Blood Analyzer.

2020 Ute Mountain Ute Tribe – Mógúán Behavioral Health $15,000 Montezuma Montezuma Southwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Increase capacity to deliver telehealth to three tribal communities by connecting clients to providers.

2020 Volunteers of America, Southwest Colorado $10,000 La Plata Archuleta,Dolores,La Plata,Montezuma,San Juan Southwest Basic Needs

Supports emergency shelter services and purchase of PPE

2019 Reaching Out to Community and Kids – ROCK $20,000 Dolores Dolores Southwest Community-Based Health Projects

General operating support.

2018 Southwest Center for Independence $15,000 La Plata La Plata Southwest Healthy Living & Healthy Communities

Expand Southwest Rides accessible transportation services.

2018 Silverton School District #1 $14,000 San Juan San Juan Southwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

RN salary for up to 5 hours/week to be present with parent and students during telemedicine appointments.

2020 San Miguel Resource Center $18,000 San Miguel Montrose,Ouray,San Miguel Southwest Basic Needs

Rural Victim Advocate Salary: $10,000 Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault 24-hr Crisis Line: $4,000 Client Housing Fund: $2,000 Client Therapy Assistance Fund: $2,000 Total: $18,000

2020 Medicine Horse Center $15,000 Montezuma Montezuma Southwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Small group, in-person social-emotional skills programming for youth.

2019 Medicine Horse Center $12,500 Montezuma Montezuma Southwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

Funds 5th/8th grade transitional programming, and SEI and Trauma Informed training/support for school counselors.

2020 Montezuma County Public Health Dept $7,500 Montezuma Dolores, Montezuma Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Quarantine supplies and prevention-related items.

2020 Montezuma County Public Health Dept $10,000 Montezuma Dolores,La Plata,Montezuma,Montrose Southwest Access to & Affordability of Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Purchase oral Aerosol Suction Devices; washer and dryer to launder uniforms and cloth masks worn by clinic providers, face shields, plastic wrap and chair covers, splatter shields & PPE

2019 Montezuma County Senior Services $15,000 Montezuma Montezuma Southwest Basic Needs

Purchases a year’s worth of fresh fruits and vegetables, locally grown when viable, for on-site salad bar and for a salad to be included for home delivered meals.

2020 Montezuma County Senior Services $3,500 Montezuma Montezuma Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Montezuma Food Coalition $6,000 Montezuma Dolores, Montezuma Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2018 Pediatric Partners of the Southwest $10,000 La Plata Archuleta, La Plata Southwest Physical, Oral & Visual Health

Medical supplies for the Student Wellness Center.

2020 Pine River Shares $10,000 La Plata Archuleta,La Plata Southwest Basic Needs

Maintain critical food support programs meeting the needs of low-income residents of the Pine River Valley.

2020 Pope John Paul II Catholic Church $1,500 Archuleta Archuleta Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 Reaching Out to Community and Kids – ROCK $3,500 Dolores Dolores Southwest COVID-19 Rapid Response

Critical needs (transportation, medical care, mental health, childcare, and food).

2020 San Miguel & Ouray Counties Juvenile Services $25,000 San Miguel Ouray, San Miguel Southwest Access to and Affordability of Social-Emotional-Behavioral Health

General Operations keeping our case manager at full time.

2020 West End Family Link Center $20,000 Montrose Montrose, San Miguel Southwest Basic Needs

Supports afterschool snacks, summer food program & backpack program

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