Sol Center at Alta Verde

(970) 262-3888

Silverthorne & Breckenridge

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

In person: Mon., Tues., Thurs.
Virtual office : Wed.

Working to keep Summit County Intact

The economic effects of COVID have affected two-thirds of Summit County’s workforce. People are struggling to afford the high cost of living as hours and jobs in the tourism industry have been cut. FIRC is providing the basic needs of food, housing, and clothing assistance along with access to mental health and medical care. The following reports give you a glimpse of how our nonprofit has responded to the changing needs of our community and what we are doing to keep Summit County intact.

Learn more by viewing the attached PDFs. 

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