In this section, you'll find information and links to a variety of resources and organizations throughout the Colorado Springs community. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list and I invite you to complete this anonymous survey to forward any resources you feel would be important to include in supporting the Audubon Community. If the support you are seeking is not included or described here, Pikes Peak United Way is a state wide referral service that can connect you with local resources. Additionally, the Community Partnership for Child Development (CPCD) has an extensive list of resources available in the Colorado Springs area. You can access information on Pikes Peak United Way and CPCD below.
- 2-1-1 is the free, bilingual, easy-to-remember phone number that serves residents of 12 counties (Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Chaffee, Cheyenne, El Paso, Lincoln, Mineral, Park, Rio Grande, Saguache and Teller), helping those in need navigate the complex and ever-growing maze of health and human service providers in their community.
- Pikes Peak United Way 2-1-1 provides referrals for: food, housing, utilities, home repair, emergency shelter, clothing, transportation, military assistance, taxes, mental health, senior issues, substance abuse, medical care and more.
- Trained information specialists staff the hotline from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday
All information in the Community Resources sections (i.e., Basic Needs & Emergency Services, Disabilities, and Mental Health & Behavior) are taken directly from the respective community resource websites.
This list is of known providers of a particular service. The providers on this list are from a variety of sources. This list is being provided as a courtesy, for informational purposes only, and the user should understand that no assurance or guarantees regarding the providers on this list are being made by providing this list. Colorado Springs School District 11 neither endorses, approves, nor recommends any specific provider listed above. This list is not inclusive of all community agencies, services or organizations that provide the particular service, and the omission of an agency, service or organization from this list does not imply disapproval. It is the responsibility of the user of this list to determine whether any of the content is of value to them and whether or not the agency, service or organization meets their specific needs.