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Founded
2008
Size
Tiny
Taking military families from battle-ready to family-ready
Project Sanctuary is a therapeutic military family program that focuses on the needs, challenges, and concerns that our military families face every day. We work with veterans, active-duty service members, and their families with our exclusive three part A.R.T. program, combining counseling, education, self-development, and recreational therapy to help build well-adjusted families. We assist the military service members by helping them heal from the effects of war, providing a safe place to heal, helping reconnect the family unit and treating all members of the family at their level of need—which enables the service member to reintegrate into their family and community successfully. Our programs focus on the entire family's mental health and well-being first as we take them through the steps towards creating a sustainable balanced and thriving family– and life.
Founded
1959
Size
Tiny
Live United
United Way of Laramie County's mission is to responsibly mobilize and leverage community resources to create long-term changes that produce healthy, educated and financially stable individuals and families in Laramie County. We envision a community where all individuals and families have the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
Founded
1994
Size
Medium
Be great
The Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne opened its doors in November 1997 when a group of concerned citizens saw the need for a place to mentor youth here. Since then, the Club has been in the forefront of youth development, working with young people from disadvantaged economic, social, and family circumstances. The Club has actively sought to enrich the lives of girls and boys whom other youth agencies failed to reach. The Club's mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
Founded
1950
Size
Giant
We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
YMCA of the Rockies puts Christian principles into practice through programs, staff and facilities in an environment that builds healthy spirit, mind and body for all. We will accomplish this by serving conferences of a religious, educational, or recreational nature; providing unifying experiences for families; offering traditional summer camping experiences for boys and girls; and serving our staff with leadership opportunities and productive work experiences. Our core values are: caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and faith. YMCA of the Rockies owns and operates two year-round conference and family centers: Estes Park Center, near Estes Park, Colorado, adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park, and Snow Mountain Ranch, near Winter Park, Colorado. We also have Camp Chief Ouray, a traditional summer residential youth camp.
Founded
1969
Size
Large
Serving Rocky Mountain National Park and other public lands partners since 1931
Founded in 1931, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy (formerly the Rocky Mountain Nature Association) promotes the understanding of Rocky Mountain National Park and similar public lands through interpretive or educational publications and programs; advances stewardship through philanthropy for Rocky Mountain National Park and similar public lands; protects, restores, maintains and preserves land and historic sites in Rocky Mountain National Park and elsewhere in the Rocky Mountain West, and may, in furtherance of such mission, conduct any lawful activity.
Founded
1992
Size
Small
Bringing the power of education to single parent families.
At Project Self-Sufficiency, we believe that single-parents should have the opportunity to create a vibrant future for themselves and their children. Every day, we partner with moms and dads living in poverty to accomplish their goals of obtaining a degree and a well-paying job, because when families are able to support themselves, our community is stronger. Since 1986, Project Self-Sufficiency has been creating pathways for low-income, single parent families in Larimer County who are struggling to make ends meet and break the cycle poverty. From educational development and career planning to adequate child care access and housing, the program is a comprehensive resource providing everything a single parent needs to become self-sufficient: career planning, education and training, remove barriers, promote family health, encourage self advocacy, and prevent poverty. Current program capacity is 137 families.