Serving our Neighbors
Our programs support the people upon whom we build our economy. Our clients are people and families that typically work in our service, tourist, and construction industries.
38% of our clients live in Granby.
Only 11.6% of the total county population lives in Granby.
28% of our clients live in Kremmling.
Only 11.7% of the population lives in Kremmling.
What is Self-Sufficiency?
‘Self-sufficiency’ is how much a family must earn to meet basic needs without assistance. (Colorado Center for Law and Policy 2018)
Local industry wages are generally less than the self-sufficiency level. Self-sufficiency in Grand County is 3 times more income than income-eligibility levels required to qualify for financial assistance programs, leaving many residents without access to safety-net programs.
50% of Grand County’s population live at or below self-sufficiency level. Nearly 70% of Granby and Kremmling residents live under the self-sufficiency level, explaining why we serve more residents from Granby and Kremmling than the population. (US Census 2016)
100% of our clients were under the self-sufficiency level in 2019!
Health is influenced by every aspect of how and where we live. Access to secure and affordable housing, good paying jobs and affordable healthcare are examples of important factors that can put people on a path to a healthier life. (County Health Rankings 2020)
Check out our Client Stories to learn more about how GCRHN can help. Click here to watch videos and read more about our clients.