Resources for mountain community residents:
Mental Health Assistance for those affected by the 2013 flooding
Foothills United Way has established the Foothills Flood Relief Fund for Boulder and Broomfield county residents affected by this flood. To apply for assistance, please visit the Long-Term Flood Recovery Group or leave a message at 303-895-3429 and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
To donate to flood recovery in Boulder and Broomfield counties, please visit the Foothills Flood Relief Fund giving page.
Boulder Mountain Resources, a program of Foothills United Way, serves the Boulder County's mountain communities, Lyons, Allenspark/Raymond/Riverside, Jamestown, Ward, Gold Hill, Nederland as well as outlaying unincorporated Boulder County.
Boulder Mountain Resources learned the importance of taking a leadership role and establishing presence in our mountain communities after the Fourmile Canyon Fire. Now after the second natural disaster in three years, it is clear the atmosphere is ripe for collaboration as we strive to bring resources to our mountain communities.
Our program aims to:
• Foster a relationship of advocacy and action between Foothills United Way, local government agencies, non-profits, and residents of our mountain areas.
• Take a leadership role in the Peak-to-Peak Health and Human Service Task Force.
• Support mountain communities in their preparation of community based emergency preparedness plans through a partnership with the Boulder County Office of Emergency Management and the Inter Mountain Alliance.
• Participate in the Long Term Flood Recovery Group through support of our community advocates in Lyons, Jamestown, Salina and unincorporated Boulder County.
Amy Hardy, long-time mountain resident, is our Mountain Resource Coordinator. Please don’t hesitate to contact Amy with any questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-895-3418.