Northwest Colorado Council of Governments

 
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Mile High United Way Mile High United Way - MHUW
General Information
Description of ProgramNorthwest Colorado Council of Governments (NWCCOG) is a voluntary association of county and municipal governments in a five-county region in northwest Colorado that believes that working together on a regional basis provides benefits that could not be obtained alone. There are 14 regional governmental associations within Colorado. Each reflects the needs and desires of its membership. NWCCOG remains flexible in order to respond to the ever-changing challenges and opportunities of the region. The Council, made up of representatives from each member jurisdiction, directs the activities of NWCCOG. The NWCCOG staff is responsible for carrying out the Council's direction.
LocationSummit County
Geographic AreaEagle, Grand, Jackson, Pitkin, Summit counties; Town of Carbondale; Cities of Glenwood Springs, Steamboat Springs
Facility/ADA AccessYes
Intake ProcedureCall or walk in for more information.
 
Client Information
EligibilityResidents of the service area; call for income and other restrictions.
 
Fees or Charges
Types of FeesNone
 
Availability
Hours of OperationMonday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
 
Contact Information
Contact's Phone(970) 468-0295
Physical Site Address 1249 Warren Ave
Physical Site City, State, ZipSilverthorne, CO 80498
Mailing Address 1PO Box 2308
Mailing City, State, ZipSilverthorne, CO 80498
Main Phone(970) 468-0295
Fax(970) 468-1208
Web Addresswww.nwccog.org
 
Director Information
Director's NameJon Stavney
Director's PositionExecutive Director
 
Additional Information
SourceMHUW
 
Affiliated Agency and Services
Affiliated Agency:
Northwest Colorado Council of Governments
This Program: Northwest Colorado Council of Governments
Affiliated Services: Family Caregiver Support - Northwest Colorado Council of Governments
Material Aid Assistance - Northwest Colorado Council of Governments
Weatherization Assistance - Northwest Colorado Council of Governments