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Editions distributed from Southern Wy to Castle Rock, Douglas County and Evergreen out to Byers, CO. Service Aging and Veteran’s content and interests. Over 200K readers and online at www.50PlusMarketPlaceNews.com or www.50Plus.News Serving for 27+ years!
• Need to be a Boulder County resident 60+
• All of our services are free, however donations are great.
• We deliver weekly groceries to Boulder and Longmont residents.
• We provide escorted rides to medical appointments, and we provide rides to veterans to ALL of the Va facilities, even up to Cheyenne.
• We provide minor home repair and we install hundred's of grab bars for seniors.
• We will provide a spring or fall yard clean up and we will adopt a senior's sidewalk in the winter to shovel snow.
An exceptional collection of hunting and fishing experts and many Veteran and active duty volunteers who create a culture and environment of support for every client, on an individual basis.
For every event we have a few small goals.
#1 - Get each veteran in connection with other veterans. Before they even meet they already have a bond that the rest of us don't understand, just put them in a room, a truck or a hunting blind with each other and get out of the way.
#2 - Take a genuine interest in their lives. We ask each of our volunteers to be exceptional listeners and to pay attention to detail. We want to be available when someone calls or wants to open up about their life. We aren't therapists, we're a resource. We're here to listen to them and to care about them. We use our events to form that bond and develop trust.
#3 - Make it fun. Veterans and special needs individuals alike need a release from everyday life. The change of pace and the excitement of the event fuels them and the act of adventure alone can be enough to have a real positive impact.
#4 - Follow up. We always look forward to staying in touch with those we work with. Most of our participants make new friends while they're on a Hero Expeditions outing and it's very common for them to stay in touch with each other as well.
Compassion for Veterans
The LCC Kare 9 Military Ministry teams of veterans and dogs serve veterans, active military and their families in a variety of ways. Together we strive to bring the Mercy, Compassion, Presence and Proclamation of Christ to those who have given so much.
The presence of the Kare 9 dog and handler serves as a bridge for compassionate ministry. Each Kare 9 dog is trained to obey specific commands, welcome affection and connect with strangers. Each Kare 9 handler is a veteran who shares the bond of duty, service and memories. Some of these memories can be difficult to bear. All of these elements combine to create a relaxed setting to encourage conversation.
Our team provides listening services for all Veterans and family members. In addition, we provide a Resource Hub of all viable Veteran and family services available in northern Colorado. Northern Colorado runs from Broomfield north to Wyoming and east to Prospect Valley.
Please let us know if you would like to get together with one of our Qualified Listeners, perhaps over coffee. We only meet in public places to ensure you and our Listeners are kept safe.
To initiate a meeting just leave us a phone message, or email or fill out the form on our web site.
Providing Solutions - Not just Services!
Interviewing and preserving the stories of Veterans on video since 2006 with the honor of capturing the history of over 500 warriors. Among them are over 350 WWII Veterans.
The main object is to get their stories down on permanent record for them and their families. A secondary objective, only with their permission, is to donate a copy to their local library/museum, CSU's Morgan Library, and the Library of Congress.
To arrange an interview just call Brad Hoopes at (970) 631-2027 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a nonprofit ranch serving Veterans, Servicemembers, and their families by providing ongoing resources and activities around comradery, alternative therapies, family support, and education FREE of charge.
Call or email to set up a ranch tour. Keep an eye on our website Calendar of Events to stay informed about all that’s happening at Stillwater Ranch.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
Mobile Vet Center Program
Community Vet Center offices stand ready to serve any Veteran or Active Duty service members, including family members, to include members of the National Guard and Reserve components, who have served in any combat theater or area of hostility. Vet Centers also provide counseling for those who were victims of Military Sexual Trauma, or harassment. Bereavement counseling is available to eligible family members who lost a loved one while serving on Active Duty.
Scheduling a Mobile Vet Center
To have a MVC and Vet Center staff participate in upcoming events where Veterans, Service
members, and their families are expected to be in attendance please call us:
During Work Day - 303-440-7306
During Work Day - 970-221-5176
Fort Collins, CO
WE NEED YOUR DONATIONS!
Your generous donations of clothing and other household goods make a big difference in the lives of America’s Veterans and their families. The items you donate generate the majority of the funding to support local, state, and national programs of the Vietnam Veterans of America. WE ESPECIALLY NEED CLOTHES!