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Parenting & Early Childhood

Parenting Courses

Parenting Courses

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Curso de Crianza Para Padres

Curso de Crianza Para Padres

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Teddy Bear Clinic

Teddy Bear Clinic

St. Anthony Summit Medical Center Teddy Bear Clinic is an educational program designed to help kids and their special stuffed animals have a positive and engaging hospital health care experience through providing an understanding of medical equipment and processes
Teen Center - Youth & Family Services

Teen Center - Youth & Family Services

This referral form will be sent to the Teen Center at Youth and Family Services. Summit County The Drop is Summit County’s drop-in teen center – a place for local teens to hang out and participate in both scheduled and informal activities. We offer free snacks, activities, homework space, classes, games and more. The Drop is open to all local teens enrolled in Grades 6-12.
Summit Pre-K (SPK)

Summit Pre-K (SPK)

A Summit County Strong Future initiative. We help make high quality Pre-K available for all Summit County four-year olds in the year before they enter Kindergarten. SPK includes tuition credits at participating preschool and child care sites.
The Early Intervention (EI) Colorado program provides developmental supports and services to children birth through two years of age who have special developmental needs. It can help improve your child’s ability to develop and learn. It can also help you and your family learn ways to support and promote your child’s development, within your family activities and community life.
The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, health referrals and other services free of charge to Colorado families who qualify. WIC’s goal is to help keep pregnant and breastfeeding women and children under age 5 healthy.
Healthy Choices

Healthy Choices

This referral form will be sent to the Healthy Choices program at Youth and Family Services. Healthy Choices is a specially developed prevention program for students in 7th grade. The program is designed to give students new information and skills on how to make healthy choices related to their emotional and physical well-being.
Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) is a program that offers nurse home visits for first time mothers, at or below 200% of poverty. Preferences are given to enrolling mothers between 12-28 weeks gestation. Clients can enroll up to one month postpartum.
New Parent Support

New Parent Support

St. Anthony Summit Medical Center New Parent Support hosts a New Moms Brunch every quarter throughout the year designed to provide new mothers an opportunity to talk to both new moms in the community and experienced staff.
Centering Pregnancy

Centering Pregnancy

CHPG High Country Health Care OB/GYN Centering Pregnancy is a prenatal program that includes regular health check-ups with your OB/GYN specialist health care provider and the opportunity to be guided through pregnancy and share experiences in a comfortable, support group setting comprised of mothers due at the same time.
Department of Human Services

Department of Human Services

Summit County Human Services provides the following programs to help our community remain healthy, safe, and self-sufficient. This form can be completed to be referred to:Food Assistance; Medical Assistance: Medicaid, CHP+, Medicaid Buy-In, Medicare Savings Program (MSP), Long Term Services; Financial Assistance: Colorado Works and Adult Financial, or Child Care Assistance.
Right Start

Right Start

Early Childhood Options (ECO) Right Start program provides child care referrals and consumer education to families; early childhood teachers with training, resources and benefits.
Head Start 0-5

Head Start 0-5

Early Childhood Options (ECO) Head Start 0-5 provides comprehensive child development services for income-eligible children ages prenatal-five years and their families. Head Start develops school readiness by promoting health, education, self-sufficiency and community.
Mountain Mentors

Mountain Mentors

This referral form will be sent to Mountain Mentors at Youth and Family Services. Summit County Mountain Mentors is a well-established community-based mentoring program that matches caring adult volunteers with youth ages 8 to 16. Mountain Mentors’ mission is “to positively influence the youth of Summit County to lead healthy lifestyles, through a consistent one-to-one relationship with an adult.”

Mental Health

Mental Health Navigation Service

Mental Health Navigation Service

A new service to help people navigate the complex system of mental health care and to get connected to the appropriate level of care necessary for their unique situation. Our navigators help eliminate barriers to accessing care, and also coordinate your care with various service providers. They are based out of FIRC.
Mental Health Trainings

Mental Health Trainings

Free, evidence based mental health training courses offered every quarter and open to public and also to workplaces upon request. These trainings range between 2 hours to 8 hours in length. Examples include QPR (Question, Presuade, Refer), a suicide prevention training, and MHFA (Mental Health First Aid), a longer and more comprehensive course designed to teach skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
Community Connectedness Events

Community Connectedness Events

Free events open to public with between 5-9 offerings per month. Our events integrate mental health tips and tools, positive messaging, local resources, and opportunities for positive social/emotional connection with fellow community members as part of their design. Examples include free yoga, art, dance, cooking class, sound therapy, hiking/snowshoeing, equine therapy (horseback riding), and psycho-education events. Over 1500 people have attended our events in the past 2 years.
Stigma Reduction Campaign

Stigma Reduction Campaign

Large scale marketing effort to penetrate various aspects of community and social spaces with positive messaging to reduce shame and stigma related to seeking mental health resources, support and therapy. Examples include bus wraps (interior and exterior), cards in public spaces, bar coasters, and social media advertising.
Advocacy

Advocacy

Bilingual Advocacy in criminal investigations, accompaniment in legal proceedings, medical examinations and others. Crisis intervention, 24 hour hotline.
Mental Health Scholarship

Mental Health Scholarship

The Building Hope Mental Health Scholarship provides 12 sessions of FREE psychotherapy with private provider of client’s choice if insurance/medicaid is not a viable option, and if paying for therapy would result in significant financial burden for individual who is in crisis and needs the support of a therapist. Over 450 people have been offered scholarship since July 2017.
Safenights

Safenights

We operate an emergency Safe House for victims of DV/SA and their dependent children. When other sheltering options are needed we could provide emergency hotel stays.
Violence Prevention

Violence Prevention

St. Anthony Summit Medical Center Violence Prevention is a partnership with Advocates for Victims of Assault focused on the prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault in Summit County. Through community education and outreach, as well as collaboration with key local and statewide partners, the violence prevention initiative promotes healthy relationships, consent and safety for all.
Living Beyond Violence

Living Beyond Violence

Advocates for Victims of Assault Living Beyond Violence program assists victims in the development of empowerment, healing and healthy outcomes. We offer support groups, individual therapy. We assist with rent, food, relocation and emergency financial assistance.
Substance Abuse Screening

Substance Abuse Screening

Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is an evidence-based screening tool and service for inpatient and outpatient treatment for substance abuse. It is used to identify, reduce and prevent problematic use, abuse and dependence on alcohol and drugs and connect patients with resources available in the community.
Forensic Nurse Examiner

Forensic Nurse Examiner

The Forensic Nurse Examiner (FNE) Program provides 24-hour response to victims of all forms of intentional violence. This response includes a compassionate, comprehensive medical forensic exam, evidence collection and photography (when appropriate), education, and connecting victims to resources they may need.
Partnering for Prevention

Partnering for Prevention

We partner with Centura Health in Outreach and Education to instruct the community and system-based organizations on our programs. We offer events and programs like Safe Bars and Stand up Colorado.
Pathways for Peace

Pathways for Peace

We offer a matched savings program where the client establish a goal(s), towards financial independence. Amount is 4 to 1 match, up to $8000.
Justice for Victims Project

Justice for Victims Project

We provided contracted attorney’s to represent victims of DV or SA in protection orders and in applications for a U-Visa. Our staff attorney provides advice on matters like divorce and child custody.
ALMA

ALMA

ALMA Referral Form – (Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma).FIRC’s ALMA (Amigas Latinas Motivando el Alma) peer-support program is for Latino and Hispanic women who are going through hard times by pairing them with other
women who have faced similar challenges and who understand.

If you are sad, lonely, worried, stressed or struggling with self-esteem, the ALMA Program could give you the support and empowerment to help you make changes.

Department of Human Services

Department of Human Services

Summit County Human Services provides the following programs to help our community remain healthy, safe, and self-sufficient. This form can be completed to be referred to:Food Assistance; Medical Assistance: Medicaid, CHP+, Medicaid Buy-In, Medicare Savings Program (MSP), Long Term Services; Financial Assistance: Colorado Works and Adult Financial, or Child Care Assistance.

Physical Health

Heart Health

Heart Health

Heart Health is a partnership between Breckenridge Grand Vacations and St. Anthony Summit Medical Center to create a FREE heart health screening and assessment that includes a small lifestyle questionnaire, a blood pressure reading, a body mass measurement and the review of your current cholesterol and A-1 c results, scheduled quarterly throughout Summit County.
Diabetes & Weight Management

Diabetes & Weight Management

CHPG High Country Healthcare Diabetes & Weight Management offers programs to help adults learn the skills to manage diabetes and prevent related complications. The program offers both diabetes and pre-diabetes classes every month with various 3- to 4-week-long “workshops” highlighting topics such as mindful eating, meal planning, GI nutrition, and more.
Health Promotion Program

Health Promotion Program

Partnership to Support Achieving Health Goals – FIRC’s Health Promotion Program helps people set personalized health action plans to take control of their health.
Health Insurance Enrollment

Health Insurance Enrollment

With the Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) Health Insurance Enrollment program FIRC’s Navigators will help you apply for and choose health insurance coverage and guide you to the resources you need to access medical and mental health care.
TBI

TBI

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a partnership with Avalanche Physical Therapy to provide community outreach and education for Summit County residents on TBI awareness, prevention and management.
Primary Care

Primary Care

SCCC – Integrated Primary Care: we offer high-quality primary care, oral health, behavioral health, and health navigation services all under one roof. We have been recognized locally, state-wide and nationally for our integrated care model, and for the high quality of care that we provide. Summit Community Care Clinic is a Federally Qualified Health Center and we see patients regardless of their ability to pay. We offer medication assisted treatment, dialectal behavioral therapy, and school based health in Summit County (and surrounding counties).
Think First

Think First

ThinkFirst is an network of people dedicated to injury prevention working individually and in alliance with other advocates at the local, regional, and international levels to provide comprehensive, evidence-based programs. The goal is to help individuals of all ages make the right choices to reduce their risk of brain and spinal cord injuries.
Stepping On

Stepping On

Stepping On is an evidence-based, fall prevention workshop offered twice a year. It’s geared toward adults 60 and older and helps participants manage their health behaviors and reduce the risk of falls through balance training and education.
Summit County Injury Prevention Network

Summit County Injury Prevention Network

Summit County Injury Prevention Network (SCIPN) is a joint effort with other community partners that implements large projects designed to reduce unintentional injuries and hazard risks through education and outreach. Programs include the Teen Seat Belt Challenge, Safe Summer Kickoff, and Stop the Bleed.

Seniors 60 and Up

St. Anthony Medical Center - Stepping On

St. Anthony Medical Center - Stepping On

Stepping On is an evidence-based, fall prevention workshop offered twice a year. It’s geared toward adults 60 and older and helps participants manage their health behaviors and reduce the risk of falls through balance training and education.
Alpine Area Agency on Aging - NWCCOG

Alpine Area Agency on Aging - NWCCOG

The Alpine AAA provides and connects people 60 and older and their caregivers to supports and services including information and referral, Medicare counseling, caregiver programs, dental and vision programs, nutrition programs, transportation, and legal assistance.
Energy Program -NWCCOG

Energy Program -NWCCOG

This program weatherizes low and moderate income homes to reduce their fuel consumption and heating costs. Services include insulation, caulking, weather-stripping, installation of storm windows, and new energy-efficient furnaces and refrigerators.
Department of Human Services

Department of Human Services

Summit County Human Services provides the following programs to help our community remain healthy, safe, and self-sufficient. This form can be completed to be referred to:Food Assistance; Medical Assistance: Medicaid, CHP+, Medicaid Buy-In, Medicare Savings Program (MSP), Long Term Services; Financial Assistance: Colorado Works and Adult Financial, or Child Care Assistance.
Health Promotion Program

Health Promotion Program

Partnership to Support Achieving Health Goals – FIRC’s Health Promotion Program helps people set personalized health action plans to take control of their health.
Diabetes & Weight Management

Diabetes & Weight Management

CHPG High Country Healthcare Diabetes & Weight Management offers programs to help adults learn the skills to manage diabetes and prevent related complications. The program offers both diabetes and pre-diabetes classes every month with various 3- to 4-week-long “workshops” highlighting topics such as mindful eating, meal planning, GI nutrition, and more.
Heart Health

Heart Health

Heart Health is a partnership between Breckenridge Grand Vacations and St. Anthony Summit Medical Center to create a FREE heart health screening and assessment that includes a small lifestyle questionnaire, a blood pressure reading, a body mass measurement and the review of your current cholesterol and A-1 c results, scheduled quarterly throughout Summit County.
Mountain Ride - NWCOCOG

Mountain Ride - NWCOCOG

This referral form will be sent to Mountain Ride program at Northwest Colorado Council of Governments (NWCCOG). Mountain Ride coordinates transportation to medical appointments for veterans, older adults, persons with disabilities, and Medicaid travelers.

Supportive Services

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Frisco Workforce Center

Frisco Workforce Center

The Workforce Centers provide a variety of free services to assist employers and job seekers alike. These include: Job listings, Computer & internet access, Career counseling & training for job seekers, Recruitment of workers, pre-screening & referral services, Tax credits and training reimbursement for employers, Customers can choose either self-service or staff-assisted options to meet their employment needs. Our job-search website is www.ConnectingColorado.com. It is part of a state and county-run system that delivers immediate, tangible results for your future. You can post your résumé, apply for a specific job or do a self-directed job search through our jobs database.
Department of Human Services

Department of Human Services

Summit County Human Services provides the following programs to help our community remain healthy, safe, and self-sufficient. This form can be completed to be referred to:Food Assistance; Medical Assistance: Medicaid, CHP+, Medicaid Buy-In, Medicare Savings Program (MSP), Long Term Services; Financial Assistance: Colorado Works and Adult Financial, or Child Care Assistance.
Family Support Services

Family Support Services

Family Support focuses on helping people overcome the challenges caused by the high cost of living in Summit County. Services include: Family Goal Setting, Housing Counseling, Food Assistance, Clothing Assistance, Budgeting Support, Upcoming Urgent Medical Expenses, & Utility Bill Assistance.