Service-Learning Internship & Community Engagement Center (SLICE)

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The mission of Adopt Triad is to find loving families and safe homes for orphaned children and to provide the best consulting services available to birth parents prior and post placement. We believe that the child is the most important part of the adoption. Adopt Triad’s mission is to serve the Children by providing the professional and personal adoption services to families, counseling to all clients, and the most education possible to families. Adopt Triad has a primary duty to find suitable homes for children who have been legally relinquished by their birth parents, and or abandoned for the purpose of adoption. This agency will follow all the regulations of the state, federal and foreign governments. Adopt Triad has a duty to help “hard to place children” for adoption. We also seek to assist other agencies in their humanitarian efforts both here and abroad. Adopt Triad has a duty to provide on-going training for staff, board members, families and birth parents to keep them knowledgeable about adoption. Adopt Triad will only work with responsible agencies, which provide services for children and their birth families.
(719) 231-7845
African Americans In Gerontology, AAIG, is a national nonprofit organization designed to improve the quality of life for African American elderly by providing guidance, professional development and networking opportunities, and promoting community activism for African American professionals and students in the field of gerontology.
(719) 581-9437
Alano House provides services directed toward recovery (mental health and substance use) with a focus on underserved populations (homeless, offenders, indigent) and support for their families. Alano House maintains four sober homes. We assist clients in developing skills to maintain a safe and sober lifestyle that allows for a return to becoming an active member of the community. We help people to help themselves get back to work, back to family, and back to life. We offer treatment, substance abuse education, counselor training, sober living and sober activities, offender treatment, DUI education, and more. Interns are needed to provide direct service, and who can assist with graphic design, social media, and needs assessment. Interns can attend meetings with clients and supervisor and participate in observations and interactions.
(719) 520-1732
To eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Interns can accompany Director to support groups and classes, and learn about non-profit management.
(719) 266-8773
For over 100 years the American Cancer Society has been leading the way to transform cancer from deadly to preventable through education. Interns can gain valuable experience in fund raising and event planning.
(719) 630-4982
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. Interns may be involved in disaster response, case work assisting, social media, public affairs, etc.
(719) 632-3563
AmeriCorps engages more than 80,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country. Education awards are available for completed terms.
Anaga Psychotherapy Center was founded in 1995 under Perspectives Mental Health Corp. It's founder and director Josefina Perez-Castro is licensed and a Board Certified Diplomat in Clinical Social Work with over 30 years of clinical practice in this community. The staff is comprised of an experienced team who is sensitive to the needs of our diverse community
Army Community Service offers a variety of services for military families, including financial counseling and assistance, emergency food, counseling, deployment readiness program, family advocacy, domestic abuse advocacy, relocation information, loan closet, and new parent support at Fort Carson, Colorado.
(719) 526-4590
Since 1986 the Colorado Anti-Violence Program has been dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities in Colorado, and providing the highest quality services to survivors.
The Asian Pacific Development Center of Colorado is a nonprofit organization supporting the Asian American Pacific Islander community. For 30 years we have been committed to providing culturally appropriate health, mental health, and related services to our communities. We employ a holistic approach to address the total well-being of individuals and families. Main office based in Denver.
Aspen Pointe is one of the largest non-profits in Colorado Springs. The organization serves more than 30,000 individuals and families each year through a range of services in mental health, substance abuse, vocational training, education, and restorative justice. Aspen Pointe’s mission is; Empowering clients. Enriching Lives. Embracing Purpose.
(719) 572-6100
 
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