Welcome to the Army OneSource Community Support Page for Colorado. My name is Sheila and I am the Army OneSource State Coordinator (SCSC) covering the Colorado region. My role as a State Coordinator is to provide information about resources, services and programs available in areas throughout Colorado that support and assist Soldiers and their Families. I also work to partner with community leaders and organizations to increase the level of services available offered to Soldiers and their Families.
Pikes Peak Partnership is a family of agencies that assists people with physical, mental or cognitive disabilities, including assistance with information and referrals, transportation, and assistive equipment.
Angel Flight West is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization that arranges free, non-emergency air travel for Service members and their Families, with serious medical conditions and other compelling needs.
Their network of 1,900 pilots throughout the 13 western states donate their aircraft, piloting skills, and all flying costs to help Families in need, enabling them to receive vital treatment that might otherwise be inaccessible because of financial, medical, or geographic limitations.
Angel Flight West pilots give freely of their time and money, restoring health and hope to those whose lives have been disrupted by illness, disaster, or other life-altering events. Their only reward is the joy of knowing how much of a difference they've made.
Warrior Family Community Partnership Office located inside The Hub, Building 1532 is your source for information and resources for both on-post and off-post services. A knowledgeable, professional staff is standing by to help answer your questions regarding military life, services for families, and opportunities that exist in the community. The office is staffed Monday – Friday 0730 to 1800. After hours, Soldiers and Families can use touch-screen kiosks to find community information. The office is also a resource for Colorado community members to connect with Fort Carson.
- Information and referrals
- Onsite staff to answer questions
- Donations coordinator
- Virtual information about Fort Carson
For more information please call (719) 526-8749 / 8747, or visit www.wfcp.carson.army.mil
The National Resource Directory (NRD) is a website for wounded, ill and injured Service Members, Veterans, their families and those who support them. See lists of:
A new, complimentary handbook offers support resources for families and friends of Service Members before, during and after a deployment.
Sponsored by the Department of Defense - Defense Centers of Excellence and the US Department of Health and Human Services - SAMHSA, the handbook offers ways to cope with the stressors and emotions of dealing with the deployment experience, or smoothing the transition to civilian life.
It's also valuable for your own personal support network: family, friends and co-workers.
Order the free handbook here.
Disclaimer: Reference and mentioning herein to any specific business, private organization, manufacturer, appearance of external links on this site, or otherwise, does not constitute or imply its official endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government, Department of Defense, United States Army or United States Army Family and MWR Command. The views and opinions of expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, United States Army, Department of Defense or United States Army Family and MWR Command, and shall not be used for endorsement purposes.
There are literally hundreds of thousands of apps at the Apple store, but not too many of those are for the iPad. Browsing the plethora of apps for the iPhone it's reasonably easy to find military-related apps and games, but what about the iPad?
See a list of the most popular military apps for iPad, from www.hightech-edge.com.
Our Community Support Coordinators have established key legal and financial partnerships that will help make your life as a member of the Army Family better!