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Strive to Thrive

Partnering agencies involved in the Community of Care Network have been planning and preparing to bring residents the Summer 2024 Strive to Thrive event on Tuesday, July 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Southeast Christian Church, 9650 Jordan Rd. in Parker, CO 80134.  Douglas County families who are struggling can pick up back to school items for the kids and access resources from more than 20 different organizations.  Enjoy dinner and access to:

Strive to Thrive is a bi-annual event hosted by the Community of Care Network, usually in January and July.  Agencies and organizations come together to offer a one-stop-shop resource fair for vulnerable residents in Douglas County.

Participating agencies provide on-site services to those in attendance. Each event is different in terms of what is available, but in the past, the event has offered food and nutrition assistance, emergency assistance applications, housing information and assistance, food, clothes, haircuts, and much more.