Grand Junction Non-Profit Organizations
This is the beginning of our Tribute List to local non-profits. We are thankful for the valuable work they do to improve and protect our community!
Below you can find a listing of local non-profits with their websites and social network links.
Want to get on the list? If you are with a local non-profit you can share your information by filling out our Grand Junction Non-profit Social Network form.
Ariel Clinical Services
2938 North Ave., Ste G, Grand Junction
To provide safe, nurturing and supportive environments for our clients so that they may have the opportunities to develop their strengths, maximize their potentials and fully participate in society.
Center for Independence
740 Grand Avenue, Grand Junction
The Center for Independence works to promote community solutions and to empower individuals with disabilities to live independently.
Colorado West Regional Mental Health, Inc
436 S 7th Street, Grand Junction
"Creating access to quality mental health and substance abuse services to enhance recovery and resilience in our communities."
We envision health and wellness in our communities. Colorado West serves the ten northwestern Colorado Counties of: Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Mesa, Moffat, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt and Summit.
- Outpatient mental health counseling
- Substance abuse counseling
- Consultation and education
- Partial hospitalization
- 24 hour emergency services
- Involuntary hospitalization
- Short and long term residential facilities
- School based programs
- Intensive family intervention
- Employee assistance programs (EAPs)
Family Health West
228 N Cherry St, PO Box 130 Fruita
As a community-based nonprofit organization, Family Health West is committed to providing a Continuum of Care enhancing our community's quality of life through professional health care and related services.
Grand Valley Catholic Outreach
Sr. Karen Bland
245 1st Street, Grand Junction
245 S. 1st Street
To proclaim the dignity and worth of each person and to respond to human needs while showing the compassion of Christ.
2333 North 6th Street Grand Junction
707 Elberta Ave. Palisade
We will, in the spirit of the Sisters of Charity, reveal God's healing love by improving the health of the individuals and community we serve, especially those who are poor or vulnerable.
Marillac Clinic is a comprehensive health care facility serving the uninsured, low to middle income residents of Mesa County. Services offered include: Medical, Integrated Mental Health, Dental, Optical and Medication Assitance. Eligibility requirements in order to access services. CHP+ and Medicaid accepted in the dental clinic. Sliding Scale based on income. Dental Phone#: 298-6320; Medical Phone#: 298-1782.
Mesa County RSVP, Inc.
Located in the lower level of the US Bank at 422 White Avenue, Grand Junction
Our mission is serving the community by utilizing the talents and skills of seasoned volunteers and placing them in rewarding opportunities.
Rocky Mountain SER Head Start
835 N 26th Street, Grand Junction
We, the Rocky Mountain SER Western Slope Head Start Staff, partner with the families and the communities we serve; value our children, families, and their cultures. We are committed to our role in expanding life-long educational, nutritional, health and mental health opportunities for Head Start children and their families.
We are a federally funded program providing comprehensive services to youg children and their families. Services include free pre-school education, nutrition, health, mental health and dental family services. Eight locations in Mesa County.
The Legal Center for People with Disabilities and Older People
322 North 8th Street, Grand Junction
The mission of The Legal Center is to protect and promote the rights of people with disabilities and older people in Coloraod through direct legal representation, advocacy, education and legislative analysis.
In provideing legal services and advocacy, The Legal Center recognizes the inherent value of all people, and embraces empowerment, self-determination, independence and inclusion.
The Tree House
1505 Chipeta Avenue, Grand Junction
The Tree House Center for Youth, Inc. exists to provide premiere prevention services for youth through opportunities which nurture their health, social, emotional, and educational well-being.
Western Colorado Area Health Education Center
744 Horizon Court, Suite #220, Grand Junction
The WCAHEC's mission is to promote healthier communities through education and health care quality improvement and to improve access to health care in underserved areas. The WCAHEC provides personal healthcare learning experiences for consumers and professional learning experiences for healthcare providers. We are dedicated to the promotion of healthcare careers and strive to improve the supply, distribution, diversity and quality of the health workforce. The Western Colorado AHEC program emphasizes community-based training of healthcare providers through community and academic partnerships.
WCAHEC is a non-profit, organization governed by a regional board of directors who are committed to developing long-term strategies to address health related issues within their communities.
Western Colorado AIDS Project
Mary Beth Luedtke
805 Main Street, Grand Junction
WestCAP is a community based referral, advocacy and service provider offering non-judgmental, confidential, and compassionate assistance to HIV-affected persons, families and love ones. WestCAP also promotes prevention and education about HIV and AIDS to the people of Western Colorado. HIV Rapid testing is also available at WestCAP.