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Community Resources

There are several community resources available offering support in schools, mental health, social activities, substance abuse and much more. Many are low cost or free! ​

Social Activities


Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) Support  (food, academics, transportation, health, childcare, translation, etc.) 


  • People Engaged in Raising Leaders (PERL) is a training program designed to increase involvement among people of color on boards and commissions across the county. The training goals of the program include: preparing people of color to take leadership positions on boards and commissions and ensure authentic participation; empowering people of color to participate and become more involved civically in their community; gain skills and obtain the tools necessary to better understand the process, structure, and make-up of boards and commissions.
  • If you are between the ages of 16 and 24 and want support finding and developing a career path, the Workforce Young Adult Program might be a perfect fit for you! With this program, you’ll have a Career Support Specialist working alongside you to identify your career goals, develop a career plan, connect you with resources to build your skills and confidence, and be your cheerleader and guide to get you where you want to go. They may also be able to connect you with a paid internship experience to grow your work-place skills, confidence, and community connections.


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