Summit County assistance programs.
Medical and health care assistance
If you are uninsured, the Summit Community Care Clinic provides discounted or free health care to those in need who lack health insurance. It is a health care service provider that aids uninsured people in the local community. This medical clinic is providing needed, low cost and most importantly, very effective care for the community of Summit County as well as Breckenridge Colorado. Also, find other ways to get help if you do not have health insurance.
At Summit Community Care Clinic you can receive a wide variety of health care services, including dental assistance, mental therapy, regular medical checkups, help with prescription drugs and other medication, physical therapy and more. They are an all encompassing health care provider. Call the Frisco Colorado clinic at (970) 668-3397.
Rent help, food aid, and more in Summit Colorado
The Family and Intercultural Resources Center (FIRC) is an organization that provides Frisco and Summit County residents with access to various assistance programs. They provide food, rent, clothing, and other types of aid. As an example of the need for help, requests for food alone is up more than 400% from last year.
They also offer Rent Assistance. The amount of funds and people helped is up over 45% from last year. Unfortunately they are not able to help all those in need, but they will refer them. And so far they have referred 700 clients to other assistance groups throughout the area. Call (970) 262-3888
Dillon Community Church is another group that provides locals with free food, and when they have the funds, they may be able to pass out limited financial assistance and funds. Dial (970) 468-2461 to get assistance from the Dillon Colorado based organization.
Assistance from the Family and Intercultural Resource Center
Last year this organization gave out over $100,000 to local families help with paying their rent, utilities, medical assistance, and heating bills. They note that the demand for rental assistance as of now is up 80 percent, and the center's food bank visits are up 300 percent. The demand for its services have never been greater, and they are doing what they can to help as many people as possible. (970) 262-3888