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*These organizations in Colorado are organized in alphabetical order. Please note that some of these local organizations are part of national organizations (listed below) that may have offices in other areas of the country and the world.
We were the first treatment facility in the Pikes Peak Region for children diagnosed with Autism. We are a private, non-profit state-of-the-art treatment facility providing data-driven, evidence-based, individualized, one-to-one therapy utilizing the principles of ABA.
To promote and protect the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively support their full inclusion and participation in the communities of the Pikes Peak region throughout their lifetimes.
Aspen Pointe provides exceptional behavioral health care to our community one patient at a time.
BethHaven provides a home for adults with mental illness.
Fights hunger in Southern Colorado.
CASA of the Pikes Peak Region is a nonprofit organization that trains and supervises volunteers to represent the best interests of victims of child abuse, neglect, and severe domestic conflict.
The Catamount Institute aims to develop ecological stewards through education and adventure.
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence strengthens Southern Colorado’s nonprofit sector through leadership and resource development, advocacy and collaboration.
Cheyenne Village serves adults with developmental disabilities.
Children’s Literacy Center provides free one-to-one tutoring to elementary school children reading below grade level.
Citizens Project is a local grassroots nonprofit, 501(c)3, organization dedicated to defending and promoting equality, religious freedom, and respect for diversity–the principles on which our nation was founded.
Colorado Health Network (CHN) is a statewide organization in Colorado, serving nearly 4,000 individuals living with HIV/AIDS, and those at risk, as well as other program specific populations.
In 1992 community leaders established the Community Partnership Family Resource Center (CPFRC) as an organization dedicated to providing needed programs for families and children, strong leadership, collaboration among similar agencies, and information sharing opportunities within Teller County.
At COPPeR, we invite residents and visitors to experience local arts & culture through a variety of channels: PeakRadar.com, the Peak Radar Picks weekly e-blast, Peak Radar Guides, easily accessible resources at our Walk-In Arts Information Space, festival outreach booths, and social media. We know that arts & culture make our community an exciting place to live, work, play, and visit.
Dream Centers are made possible through the people leveraging their resources and serving to see this city flourish. We collaborate, provide holistic care, and balance our motives of compassion and justice in order that broken lives may be restored to wholeness.
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, built in 1936, grew out of and expanded on the mission of the esteemed Broadmoor Art Academy to become one of the only multi-discipline arts institutions in the nation.
We provide food to shelters that serve the homeless, and hungry as well as low income elderly housing, working-poor families, and school food programs. We also provide food to special events for charities on occasion and provide some food to pay-what-you-can meals, and low income housing cooperatives.
Fostering Hope strives to reverse the bleak outcomes for foster children in our community who have suffered abuse and neglect.
HillSprings Academy is a nonprofit, tuition based, half-day school (with a student-to-teacher ratio of no more than 4:1) for students in grades 1-8 who have learning differences.
We are a 501(c)3 organization focused on closing the “engagement” gap between p