Community Resources

Identified resources in the Peak to Peak corridor

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Community Navigator

The Community Navigator Training Program is a partnership between Foothills United Way and The Boulder County Office of Housing and Human Services designed to train key members of each of our mountain communities in the available services offered by Boulder County and local Non-Profit Agencies.
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Insurance Assistance

A survey following the Fourmile Canyon Fire found that over 60 percent of people who lost their homes were under-insured by an average amount of over $160,000. Many homeowners assume their insurance coverage will allow them to rebuild if their home is destroyed by a wildfire. Under-insurance is a common problem especially as fires in the wildland-urban interface become more prevalent and larger in size. This video contains vital information for homeowners so they can properly insure their home against wildfire.

Peak Application

What is PEAK?

Colorado PEAK, Program Eligibility and Application Kit, is the fast and easy website where you can learn about cash, food, and medical assistance benefits.  On this site you can see if you might qualify, apply, review assistance benefits (if you are already a client), and report any changes to your report online. PEAK allows you to apply at any time from home, a library or any location with a computer that has internet.  It is simple to use and available in both English and Spanish. Sign on and see if you are eligible for:

  • Medical Assistance (Family Medicaid/Child Health Plan Plus - CHP+)
  • Food Assistance (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - SNAP)
  • Cash Assistance (CO Works/Temporary Assistance to Needy Families - TANF, and Adult Financial Programs

PEAK is secure, private and confidential.  Your personal information is protected when you create a private account. Visit www.colorado.gov/PEAK and begin using the website today. Computer kiosks open to the public have been provided for mountain residents in Nederland, Jamestown, and Allenspark.

Nederland: Kiosk is located in The Nederland Community Center near the Area Agency on Aging office. Contact: Dawn Baumhover at dawnb@nederlandco.org Jametown: Kiosk is located in The Jametown Town Hall and available during office hours. Contact: Mary Ellen Birch, at townclerk@jametownco.org Allenspark: Kiosk is located in The Old Gallery and available during open hours. Contact: Marta Dowell at msdowell123@gmail.com

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Emergency Information