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Office Location:
115 East 7th St.
Leadville, CO 80461

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 622
Leadville, CO 80461

Phone Number:
(719) 486-2400

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Thank you to all our generous donors who helped us raise $8,386 on Colorado Gives Day, December 7!  There’s still time to donate to support Full Circle this winter season; click the link below to donate now.

¡Gracias a todos nuestros generosos donantes que nos ayudaron a recaudar $ 8,386 en el Día de Colorado Gives, el 7 de diciembre! Todavía hay tiempo para donar para apoyar a Full Circle esto invierno; haga clic en el enlace de abajo para donar ahora.

NEWS

The Leadville Herald-Democrat recently posted updates on how the Unmet Needs Committee has persisted in delivering assistance and results for Lake County Residents throughout the pandemic

Full Circle was recognized by the Caring for Colorado Foundation in their yearly report as an organization committed to supporting students and families during challenging times. Click on the CFC logo to read the entire report (Full Circle is featured on Page 9). 

Click below to read the excerpt on our News page!

Full Circle’s work with the Unmet Needs Committee was one of 4 communities across the United States that was highlighted for our eviction prevention efforts in response to COVID-19. 

 

WE HAVE BOUGHT A NEW HOME IN LEADVILLE!

We are so excited to announce that Full Circle recently purchased a new home! 
We are so grateful to be able to move into a beautiful, large building in Leadville that was the previous home of Periodic Brewing.
Look at us – a prevention agency converting a bar into a community center!
We are thrilled to be able to share our new home with the community

Full Circle was featured by Colorado Public Radio for our work supporting Lake County amidst the pandemic

Read the story on CPR's website with quotes from Executive Director Stephanie Cole and Youth Engagement Specialist Christian Luna

"Leadville, along with the rest of Colorado’s tourist-reliant mountain communities, was hit hard by the closure of ski resorts and restrictions on travel within the state, which kept recreationists away. Because of long-standing economic inequities rooted in immigration status, that pain has been especially acute in the nearby mobile home parks, home to many of the room cleaners, restaurant cooks, and construction workers who advocates say make the tourism industry in neighboring Summit and Eagle counties possible." -

Nathaniel Minor, CPR