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HOA Donations to Local Organizations
Mountain Peace Shelter: Established in 1986, PeaceWorks, Inc. is a private 501 (c) (3) nonprofit agency that provides emergency shelter, advocacy and support services, and a 24/7 crisis hotline for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and other relationship crimes. The agency’s mission is to “inspire healing, hope and harmony within families and communities affected by relationship violence” in its 2,700 square mile encompassing all of Park County and the mountain communities of Jefferson County.
If you are in need of emergency shelter due to intimate partner violence or sexual assault, please call our 24 Hour Crisis Hotline at 303-838-8181 to speak with a confidential advocate.
Widow's Oil Pantry: Each Thursday from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Widow's Oil Pantry is open for anyone who is in need of food. No appointments are necessary, the pantry is operated on a walk-in basis. On your 1st visit you will be asked to complete a short form the primary purpose of which is to inform the pantry's suppliers about where the food is going. On each subsequent visit you only need to sign-in.
WOP operates under the non-profit [501(c)(3)] umbrella of Harris Park Bible Church.
303-838-1869 or 303-838-0987 - 2257 Shelton Drive, Bailey, CO
Mountain Resource Center: Mountain Resource Center is a nonprofit, community-based organization that delivers high quality, integrated health and human services within a 1000+ square mile rural mountain area.
Serving a population of over 65,000 in West Jefferson, Clear Creek, Gilpin and Park counties, Mountain Resource Center provides a single point of entry to connect clients with the range of services
11030 Kitty Drive, Conifer, CO 80433 303-838-7552 https://www.mrcco.org/
Senior Alliance of Park County: Those of you that work with Seniors, caregivers and family that live with Seniors and especially Seniors themselves have a keen insight to what is needed here in Bailey. A new senior center will make a difference for Park County for years.
Intermountain Humane Society: We are passionate about advocating for animals in need and placing them with the very best families; together along with our community, we’ve accomplished so much!
Our vision is to be the leading resource for dogs, cats, and pet stewards in Park County and the surrounding mountain communities. At Intermountain Humane Society, we serve, educate and inspire our intermountain community to advance the welfare of animals, elevate their value in society, and improve peoples lives through the unique benefits that only pets can provide.
Our mission is to safeguard, rescue, shelter, rehabilitate, adopt out, and advocate for animals in need. We serve both animals and people by offering programs that promote animal health and responsible pet-stewardship that fosters compassion and improves the animal-human bond.
67318 Hwy 285, Pine, CO 80470 firstname.lastname@example.org Tel (303) 838-2668 https://www.imhs.org/
LifeBridge Food Pantry: Bridging the gap during difficult times… showing god’s love and compassion by providing food, services and firewood to those in need.
If you need assistance, please contact us.
You can also come directly to the food pantry Fridays from 3-5pm or Saturdays from 9 am to 12 pm.
288 Main Street, Bailey, CO 80421 Phone: 303-909-7534 Email: email@example.com http://www.lifebridgeco.org
Deer Creek Elementary School: Platte Canyon School District has joined the Safe2Tell program as part of its safety enhancement efforts. Safe2Tell is a toll-free hotline, 1-877-542-SAFE (7233). Students, teachers, parents or any community member with a safety concern may call anonymously to make a report. The line is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the Colorado State Patrol communication center.
1737 County Road 43, Bailey, CO 80421 Phone: 303-838-4888 http://dces.plattecanyonschools.org
Fitzsimmons Middle School: Fitzsimmons Middle School envisions every day inviting, exciting, and challenging students to learn. We strive to accommodate the developmental diversity for our unique group of young people. Our schedule, philosophy, and improvement plan work toward our school expectations so every day a student can learn and grow.
57093 US Hwy 285, Bailey, CO 80421 Phone: 303-838-2054 http://fms.plattecanyonschools.org
Platte Canyon High School: The PCHS community aims to produce graduates who approach life with a positive attitude, who work to achieve to the best of their abilities, who strive to compete at the highest levels in their chosen fields, and who value their place in their community and seek to contribute to their community in a positive manner.
57243 US Hwy 285, Bailey, CO 80421 Phone: 303-838-4642 http://pchs.plattecanyonschools.org
Friends of Platte Canyon Fire: We, the residents and concerned Friends of Platte Canyon Fire Protection District, are here to be a local voice and resource, informing citizens of changes and issues affecting those who serve and protect our community.