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The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation assists individuals whose disabilities result in barriers to employment to succeed at work and live independently. Examples of DVR services are evaluation and diagnostic services, vocational rehabilitation counseling and guidance, physical and mental restoration services, training services, specialized services for individuals who are blind, deaf, and deaf-blind, rehabilitation technology services, placement services and supportive services. This program serves eligible adults and youth who are seeking or need assistance with maintaining employment.Contact Name:Janet WolfsonEmail:Janet.Wolfson@state.co.usPhone:(970) 668-0743Physical Address:602 Galena Street Frisco, CO 80443Mailing Address:PO Box 4547 Frisco, CO 80443Hours of Operation:Monday - Friday
Early Childhood Options (ECO) programs include: -Summit County Head Start -Child Care Resource & Referral -RRR-NE Early Childhood Council -Right Start Project Partner -Early Learning Ventures Alliance ECO’s mission is to promote a collaborative system that improves the quality, affordability and availability of early childhood programs in Summit County.Contact Name:Lucinda Burns, Executive DirectorEmail:email@example.comPhone:(970) 513-1170, Ext. 307website:http://www.earlychildhoodoptions.orgPhysical Address:330 Fiedler Ave, Suite 209 & 210 Dillon, CO 80435Mailing Address:PO Box 3355 Dillon, CO 80435Hours of Operation:Monday - Friday 9 am to 5 pmLanguages Served:English and SpanishTarget Group:Early Childhood Educators, Child Care Providers and Families with Young ChildrenOther:Making Connections: All Children, All Families, All Settings
Early Intervention Colorado is a federally mandated program, through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (I.D.E.A.) serving children and their families birth to three years of age with documented delay in one or more areas of development or a condition associated with delays in their development. In this federal law, the section that guarantees support and services for children under three years of age is called Part C, and is known in Colorado as Early Intervention Colorado for Infants, Toddlers, and Families (Early Childhood Connections). The purpose of Early Intervention Colorado is to enhance the development of infants and toddlers who have developmental delays and to enhance the family‘s capacity to meet their child‘s special needs. Early Intervention Colorado provides support and services to these families in a Natural Environment within the families everyday routine activities and places. The goal of Early Intervention Colorado is to insure that families have quick access to this coordinated, interagency, community-based service system through their Early Intervention Colorado local offices and their local partners.Contact Name:Georgette ContosEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone:(970) 668-9713website:www.co.summit.co.us/eicMailing Address:PO Box 2280 Frisco, CO 80443Hours of Operation:Monday - Friday, 8am - 5 pm.
For Pet‘s Sake is a non-profit Thrift Shop with all proceeds benefitting the Animal Rescue of the Rockies. For Pet‘s Sake greatly appreciates donations of clean, gently used clothing, books, linens and housewares.Email:email@example.comPhone:(970) 453-4339Physical Address:203 N. Main St. Breckenridge, CO 80424Mailing Address:PO Box 5531 Breckenridge, CO 80424Hours of Operation:call for hours
The Frisco Workforce Center provides a wide array of employment and training services.
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Each Workforce Center is part of an employment service network that links offices across the state and nationally to maximize employer job listing exposure and employment opportunities for job seekers. Come on in or give us a call.
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Workforce Centers provide a variety of free services to assist employers and job seekers alike. These include:
*Job listings & free job posting for employers
*Computer & internet access
*Career counseling & training for job seekers
*Recruitment of workers, pre-screening & referral services
*Specialized recruitments, job fairs and other special events
*Resume assistance and job interview preparedness
*Assessments in academic, vocational and job specific areas utilizing: CHOICES, Ability Profiler, WorkKeys and Key Train
*Labor Market Information (LMI) including data and trends on local, state and nationwide
Customers can choose either self-service or staff-assisted options to meet their employment needs. Register to look for work or post your job on our web site of www.connectingcolorado.comContact Name:Jill SealEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone:(970) 668-5360website:www.connectingcolorado.comPhysical Address:602 Galena Street Frisco, CO 80443Mailing Address:PO Box 679 Frisco, CO 80443Hours of Operation:Monday - Friday, 8am - 5 pm, Closed from Noon to 1 pm
Habitat for Humanity builds low cost housing in the county with partner families. This is a long term solution to homeless and those in crowded, substandard housing. Call the executive director for more information.Contact Name:Nancy Shockey, Executive DirectorEmail:email@example.comPhone:970-453-7102Physical Address:Habitat for Humanity ReStore 131 Blur River Parkway, Silverthorne, Colorado 80498 970 423 7445 Carries used furniture at reasonable prices. Good source for low income individuals replacing furniture. Store is open Monday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pmMailing Address:POB 4330 Breckenridge CO 80424
Alpine Internet (Breckenridge) 118 S. Ridge St. (970) 547-4164
Gourmet Cabby (Breckenridge) 408 S. Ridge St. (970) 453-7788
Library (Breckenridge - FREE) 504 Airport Rd. (970) 453-6098
O2 Lounge (Breckenridge) 500 S. Main St. (970) 453-6262
Starbucks (Breckenridge) 225 S. Main St. (970) 547-4373
Frisco Internet Cafe (Frisco) 319 Main St. (970) 668-0971
Library (Frisco - FREE) 0037 County Rd. 1005 (970) 668-5555
Library (Silverthorne - FREE) 651 Center Circle (970) 468-5887
Summit Stage offers year-round paratransit service to residents and visitors. Paratransit service is available to anyone with a disability to travel anywhere within Summit County.Phone:(970) 389-1041website:http://www.co.summit.co.us/index.aspx?nid=484Mailing Address:PO Box 2179 Frisco, CO 80443Other:Call at least 24 hours before transportation is needed.
Premiere Babysitting Service since "1998" serving Summit County and Vail Valley in Your Location. Sitters are 21 + years * background checked * CPR Certified * bring age appropriate activities, and available 7 days a week.Contact Name:Caroline LoganEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone:(512) 261-5053website:www.mountainsitters.comHours of Operation:Call for appointment
Northwest Colorado Council of Governments (NWCCOG) is a voluntary association of county and municipal governments that believes in the benefits of working together on a regional basis. NWCCOG serves 26 member jurisdictions in a 5-county region of northwest Colorado.Contact Name:Liz Mullen, Executive DirectorEmail:email@example.comPhone:970.468.0295website:http://nwccog.org/Physical Address:249 Warren Ave. Silverthorne, CO 80498Mailing Address:P.O. Box 2308 Silverthorne, CO 80498