Advocacy Opportunities

Town and County Meeting Info

Attend/Listen to Grand County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) Meetings

Here’s another way to let your voice be heard! The Board of County Commissioners meets on the first four Tuesdays of each month. These meetings can, on occasion, be moved to Monday due to scheduling conflicts. The meeting starts at 8:30 a.m.

The meetings are in-person, and are also available via Webex (for those unable to attend in person who want to speak to the Board). If you would like to comment on any agenda item, a call-in to Webex is 720-650-7664; Meeting number for this event is 146 188 7127; (there is no attendee number, press #). Those who just want to listen may do so through the County website, as meetings are live-streamed. Visit their site https://www.co.grand.co.us/203/Board-of-County-Commissioners for upcoming agendas, meeting minutes and to listen to public meetings.

Location: 308 Byers Ave., Hot Sulphur Springs. The BOCC Board Room is upstairs on the second floor of the County Administration Building (the building next to the courthouse).


Town Meetings

Board of Trustee list and main phone number: Board of Trustees | Fraser, CO (frasercolorado.com)

List of Fraser agendas: Agenda Center • Fraser, CO • CivicEngage (frasercolorado.com)

11/17 agenda with Zoom info: Agenda – 11/17/2021 (frasercolorado.com)

(The zoom information listed in this agenda is consistent on each agenda.)


LivingWorks Start Training

One-hour, online, interactive training program that gives you the skills and knowledge to keep family, friends, co-workers, and others safe from suicide. For more information, click here. If you are interested in the training, please reach out to Sara Elise.


State Housing Board

Advises the General Assembly, the Governor, and the Division of Housing on Colorado housing needs. The seven-member State Housing Board reviews financing requests, adopts regulations governing factory built structures and multifamily housing in counties with no building codes. The Board meets the second Tuesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. at 1313 Sherman St., Room 318, Denver, CO, 80203 Remote access is available.


Renter’s Roundtable

Group of organizations who work to pass legislation that is pro-renter. Meets fourth Tuesday of every month 10:30-12 Remote Access is available. Chaired by Shannon MacKenzie (shannon@copovertylawproject.org) with the Colorado Poverty Law Project.

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Health Resources

Explore local health resources and informative blogs. Because health is more than healthcare.

ACHES & PAINS Programs: You need healthcare and support. We can help with the aches & pains of getting it. We offer vouchers for physical, dental, and mental health services, prescriptions, and other support like gas and hotels for health appointments.
Patient Navigator Program: You feel overwhelmed and confused by the healthcare system. We can help you navigate it. Maneuvering through the healthcare system is challenging. You don’t have to do it alone! Take the stress out of navigating the health system and call us. Our team meets you where you are in Grand and Jackson counties to get you the right care, at the right time, and the right place.
Health Coverage Guide: You need health insurance. We can help you make sense of it. Our Certified Health Coverage Guide assists you in understanding your insurance options based on your individual situation. Our Health Coverage Guide meets you where convenient for you in Grand and Jackson counties and can help you enroll in a health coverage plan and financial assistance.

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Mark’s Story

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Donna’s Story

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Bob’s Story

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Maria’s Story

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Lisa’s Story

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