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Family Supports

Families face a wide range of joys and obstacles as they grow and change. Click on the resources listed below to access an array of supports and services available within Park County or online to help you navigate those challenges.

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The purpose of our Angels is to help those in NEED. We concentrate on any one that is located on the 285 Corridor. Post needs online on the My Mountain Town 285 Angels Group or on Facebook. 

A group designed to nurture mothers with newborns through kindergarten as well as pregnant moms. The women are of many ages and backgrounds, but share the same desire- to be the best mothers they can be.

A mountain playgroup for parents, caregivers, and their children ages 0-5. The playgroup classroom is in the TRE Bailey Office, 460 CR 43, Suite 6 Bailey, CO 80421. Playgroups will be hosted on Fridays typically sessions will be 9:00AM-10:30AM and 10:45AM-12:15PM. Playgroup will incorporate themes, songs, literacy, snacks, crafts, Sensory activities, and SO MUCH FUN.

BANK801 Costello Ave.  Fairplay CO 80440 – Hours: 9am-12pm on the Monday following the second Friday of the month Government commodities and other foods; income and  eligibility requirements. 

Conifer Play Therapy: Supports children’s mental health through language and play. Therapy services are compassionate, confidential and child-centered. Children’s counseling, family therapy and parent coaching are offered by a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.

Family Education programs provide early childhood and parenting support for families using a multi-generational approach. Classes, groups, and events are designed to meet the needs of the whole family by offering parent and caregiver education and early learning experiences that foster relationships with other families as well as connections with community services.

Free child home visits by staff who are passionate about sharing child development information, as well as tips and tricks they’ve learned along the way. The primary mission is to provide the information, support, and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life. Visits can be at your home or another convenient community location. to help you be your child’s best first teacher.

The Mountain Peace Shelter, providing short-term emergency shelter for women and children victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and other relationship violence. Safe Pets program to shelter resident pets and livestock. Empowerment Services Program, offering advocacy, referrals, court accompaniment, empowerment education employment assistance, and other support services. 24hr Hotline: 303-838-8181

Socialization Play Groups

Free program that offers developmentally appropriate playtime, music, art, story time and snack. Open to any child 0-3 years with caregiver adult. No registration is needed, but we do ask that everyone pick one or the other day, participating on both days is not an available option. Meets twice per week during the school year and once weekly for 6 weeks in the summer.

530 Front St. Fairplay CO 80440 (Entrance in rear of building) – Provides food for those in need 10am-noon 2nd Sat of the month Hours: 10am-1pm Saturday following the second Friday of the month Wide variety of wholesome food including fresh produce provided to residents of South Park area; no income requirements but I.D. required for proof of residency. Emergency services are available at other times by appointment.

Thrift store has low cost clothing and household goods. They also offer low cost lunch ($6.00) to community members on Wednesdays from 11:30am – 1:00pm.

The Park County Sheriff’s Office Victim Services partners with law enforcement to aid crime victims, families of violent deaths. Advocates offer crisis intervention, info, referrals.

WIC – Women, Infants and Children – Fairplay

Serving: Pregnant, breastfeeding/postpartum women, infants, and kids up to 5. WIC offers free food, nutrition ed, breastfeeding support, health referrals. Higher income eligibility, suitable for working families. Contact WIC Educator: Kari Gallinger 303-816-5974 or 719-836-4161.

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