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Community/Family Centers Community centers are strong focal points in their respective neighborhoods. These centers offer safe environments for everyone to enjoy. Education, recreation, cultural events, private parties, receptions and community meetings can all be found at any given time. All centers can be reached by bus from the downtown terminal. For more information access Cordera Community Center (residents only) 11894 Grand Lawn Circle • 495-2166 (managed by the Pikes Peak YMCA) Cottonwood Creek Recreation Center 3920 Dublin Blvd. • 385-6508 (managed by the Pikes Peak YMCA) Deerfield Hills Community Center (city) 4290 Deerfield Hills Rd. • 385-5996 Hillside Community Center (city) 925 S. Institute St. • 385-7900

Family Support Services Assistance League of Colorado Springs Thrift Shop - Bargain Box 405 S. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs 80903 475-1029 • Big Brothers Big Sisters – Pikes Peak 111 S. Tejon, Suite 302 • Colorado Springs 80903 633-2443 •

Largest youth mentoring agency in the state, ages 7-12. The Falcon Club offers site based mentoring matching kids with the Cadets at the Air Force Academy.

Discover Goodwill Southern & Western Colorado 1460 Garden of the Gods Road • Colorado Springs, CO 80907 719-635-4483 • Location of store online.

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children) 418 S. Webster • Colorado Springs 80903 • 719-447-9898 • This not-for-profit group helps victims of child abuse, neglect and domestic conflicts.

Catholic Charities of Central Colorado 228 N. Cascade Ave. • Colorado Springs 80903 Admin. 636-2345 •

Organization performs a variety of support services including immediate basic needs, counseling, English as a second language (ESL) classes and a daily soup kitchen.

Cedar Springs Hospital 2135 Southgate Rd., Colorado Springs 80906 719-633-4114 •

Mental and behavioral health and substance abuse treatment.

Cheyenne Village 6275 Lehman Dr., Colorado Springs 80918 • 592-0200 • Outreach program provides variety of support for those 18 years of age and older with developmental disabilities living alone or with family caregivers not receiving government funding.

Community Partnership for Child Development 2330 Robinson St. • Colorado Springs 80904 • 719-635-1536 Head Start, Colorado Pre-School and Early Head Start

Community Partnership Family Resource Center 11115 Hwy 24 • P.O. Box 396 • Divide 80814 • 719-686-0705

Offers adult education, parenting classes and play groups for Teller County residents.

Early Connections Learning Centers 104 E. Rio Grande St., Colorado Springs 80903 • 632-1754 • Provide early childhood care and education to children from families of limited means. Locations listed online.

Families First 2163 S. Yosemite • Denver 80231 • 303-745-0327 Family Support Line: 877-695-7996 (10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. daily)

Offers prevention, intervention referrals, support groups, parenting classes, treatment center for 3-12 year olds.

Otis Park Community Center (city) 731 N. Iowa • 385-5981 (operating as youth boxing gym) Meadows Park Community Center (city) 1943 S. El Paso Ave. • 385-7940 Meridian Ranch Recreation Center (residents only) 10301 Angeles, Peyton • 495-7119 Tri-Lakes Family Center 17250 Jackson Creek Parkway, Monument • 481-8728 (managed by the Pikes Peak YMCA) Ute Pass Cultural Center 210 E. Midland, Woodland Park • 687-5284 Westside Community Center 1628 W. Bijou St. • 385-7920 Wolf Ranch Recreation Center (residents only) 8705 Wolf Recreation Point, Colorado Springs • 597-9653 Woodmen Hills Recreation Center (2 facilities, residents only) East: 9205 Meridian Ranch Blvd., Falcon • 495-2009 West: 11720 Woodmen Hills, Falcon • 495-7475

Family Caregiver Support Center 14 S. Chestnut • Colorado Springs • 719-886-7526

Offered through the Area Agency on Aging. This is a respite program for caregivers in El Paso County. Open to adults taking care of an elderly person and those 60+ years of age that are the primary caregivers of someone under 18 years of age.

Inside/Out youth Services 223 N. Wahsatch Ave., Ste. 101, Colorado Springs • 328-1056 • Support, training, events for the LGBTIQ community.

Make A Wish Foundation 7951 E. Maplewood Ave., Suite 126 • Greenwood Village 80111 303-750-9474 •

Grants wishes for those children with life threatening medical conditions.

One Nation Walking Together 3150 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs 80907 • 329-0251 • Provides basic, medical, educational, building repair, and other specific targeted programs to Native Americans on and off reservation land.

REACH  Pikes Peak 31 N. Tejon, Ste. 310, Colorado Springs 80903 • 358-8396 501 E. Iowa St., Fountain, 80817 • 382-8515

Offers a variety of self sufficiency programs which include family emergency services for basic needs, management to assist in goals, and education, money management and provides free tax assistance.

Stable Strides 13620 Halleluiah Tr., Elbert, CO 80106 • 719-495-3908

Uses Hippotherapy (horse) as a physical, occupational, and speech therapy strategy.

Teller County Public Health 11115 W. Hwy. 24, Unit 2C • Divide 80814 687-6416 •

Provides the WIC (women, infants, children) nutrition program, health education,resources for seniors and community advocacy.

The Resource Exchange (TRE) 6385 Corporate Dr., Ste. 301, Colorado Springs 80919 380-1100 •

Family support services include early intervention, navigation, public advocacy, behavioral health, play groups, networking

Tri-Lakes Cares 235 N. Jefferson St., Monument 80132 481-4864 •

Community based resouce center that offers emergency, self sufficiency and relief programs.


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