ALMA Peer Support for Latino Women
What is stronger than a woman? A woman united with other women. If you are a Latina woman in Summit County, you are invited to be a part of ALMA (Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma).
ALMA provides an alternative for support and conversation. The program hosts monthly group sessions and then pairs women with a peer mentor, a companera, who has faced similar challenges and completed the program. You will learn strategies to relieve stress, take care of yourself, and how to achieve your goals in a confidential environment.
The free ALMA program can give you the encouragement and empowerment to help you make changes. The program is in Spanish and currently offered virtually via Zoom. Please watch the video for more information.
If you are interested in enrolling contact FIRC at 970-262-3888, or Cecilia Martinez at 970-409-2890, email@example.com, or fill out the referral form below.
ALMA Referral Form
ACCION Peer Support for Latino Men
As men you also carry obligations and mandates that society has imposed on you, which you must fulfill in order to be recognized as a “real man”. ACCION is a safe, confidential, and judgement free space where you will visualize these societal pressures that generate discomfort, and get the support you need to be able to put them aside little by little. Benefiting you and those around you.
This support group is a way for men to talk collectively, and work on managing emotions. Especially those that bring discomfort and difficulties in their relationships. Together you will learn strategies to relieve stress, take care of yourself, and achieve goals.
The program is completely FREE and hosts monthly group sessions on the last Thursday of every month at 6:00 pm. The program is in Spanish and is offered in person at FIRC in Silverthorne or virtually through Zoom.
If you are interested in enrolling contact FIRC at 970-262-3888, Cecilia Martinez at 970-409-2890, firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the ACCION form below.
ACCION Referral Form
Mental Health Resources
For Mental Health resources and help, please call or visit one of our community partners:
Phone: (970) 485-6271
If this is a mental health emergency, contact the Hope Center at (970) 306-4673.
If you or a loved one have suffered assault or abuse, call (970) 422-3202.
To make an appointment with Vail Health Behavioral Health please call (970) 445-2489.
Mile High Behavioral Healthcare – (970) 485-6676
Front Range Clinic Services – (866) 628-7828