Tri-Lakes Health Advocacy Partnership (HAP) is a non-profit community organization dedicated to identifying community health issues and creating the necessary support resources. HAP hosts annual community health fairs and education forums as well as providing community outreach programs for area hospitals. In direct response to community surveys, HAP also offers programs for seniors including transportation services and a foot care clinic, respite care, a support group for Macular Degeneration as well as family support programs. For more information, call 719-481-4864.
The YMCA Family Center is scheduled to be completed by spring 2008. This12-acre site will offer a family center complete with a community room, gymnasium, wellness center, exercise facilities, a swimming pool with lap lanes and racquetball courts along with programs and day camps for youth and families. For updates on the building campaign, visit trilakes.ppymca.org.
Tri Lakes Cares provides community support with programs that provide emergency food assistance, medical services, child-care, senior programs, job training and more. Filling in the financial gap for those in need for over 20 years, Tri-Lakes Cares offers unique in-kind and financial assistant programs that include GED classes, a jobs network, holiday baskets and budget counseling. For more information, call 719-481-4864 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tri-Lakes region is home to many other non-profit and service oriented organizations, such as:
Benet Pine Retreat Center
Historic Monument Merchant Associations
Monument Academy and Foundation
Mountain States Employers Council
Palmer Lake Historical Society
Pikes Peak Library District
Pikes Peak United Way
Pikes Peak Workforce Center
Ponderosa Retreat & Conference Center
Starlight - Colorado
Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts
Tri-Lakes Women's Club
Western Museum of Mining & Industry