Locally-Focused Work

Advancing Community Driven Transformation (ACT303) - Phase II

Aim to establish an East Colfax that is a thriving and affordable community of BIPOC business owners and residents by centering community voice, acquiring land and commercial property, developing systemic change strategies and tailoring business support, basic needs, housing supports and workforce development services to match community need.

Building Family and Community Health Program

Conduct out-of-school-time programming in rural Rocky Ford, CO in conjunction with Rocky Ford Schools to serve children ages 5-11 through the Building Family and Community Health program.

SCYD Youth Development and Leadership - Rural

Expand the National Youth Project Using Mini-bikes (NYPUM) to youth in rural Crowley and Otero Counties. NYPUM offers unique and engaging programming for youth development and leadership training for youth who may not function well in a group setting, have difficulty with adults in authority, have low self-esteem and who may not have economic access to diverse types of activities and experiences.

Advancing Team-Based Care at San Luis Valley Health through Technical Assistance

Enhance the delivery of health care services within the four Primary Care clinics, utilizing the Team Based Care model to ensure San Luis Valley Health's (SLVH) three Rural Health Clinics, along with its provider-based primary care clinic, are universal in their approach to providing team-based care. SLVH will achieve this only by ensuring that health equity, accessibility and cultural responsiveness are at the forefront of all service delivery enhancements.

Fort Morgan Housing Strategy and Resource Development

Work with Project Moxie, local government and other local agencies to develop an actionable strategy and community housing resource center to educate and advocate for housing resources for marginalized populations in Fort Morgan and the surrounding area.

Northwest Aurora Community Mapping Project

Engage the North Aurora community in creating a plan for development that maintains opportunities for residents - primarily immigrants, refugees and people of color - and prevents harmful gentrification.

CentrePointe Park and Sports Fields

Develop a 128,000 square foot community park and sports field complex directly adjacent to the new Fieldhouse Recreation Center with the intent of centralizing all recreation activities in Fort Morgan, supporting community vitality, and ensuring equitable access and youth connections for Morgan County.

The Kitchen Network Park Hill

Transform part of the former Johnson & Wales University campus into the Kitchen Network Park Hill creating the largest incubator of small minority-owned businesses in Colorado and one that, within three years of operation, should generate positive cash flow.
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