Family Resources and Support - FIRC

Family & Intercultural Resource Center - Summit County
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Family & Intercultural Resource Center

 

Located in Summit County, Colorado, FIRC works to strengthen local families through education and financial resources. FIRC believes strong sustainable families are the key to a strong and healthy community. FIRC focuses on families with dependent children, seniors, and people with disabilities.

FIRC’s Special Programs

FIRC is working closely with community partners to provide families and individuals with the support needed.

FIRC Services

  • Supportive Services
    • Housing Assistance
    • Family Goal Setting
    • Energy & Utility Assistance
    • Medical & Dental Assistance
  • Health & Wellness
    • Health Insurance Enrollment
    • Mental Health Navigation
    • ALMA Peer Support for Women
  • Food & Thrift
    • Food Pantry
    • Food Donations
    • Thrift & Treasure Volunteer
  • Parenting
    • Virtual home Visits
    • Parenting Support & Resources
    • Parenting Events & Groups

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