On March 21, ten youth and staff from Grand Mesa Youth Services Center (GMYSC) took a day trip to the Grand Mesa. The trip was planned to celebrate youth in the program that are demonstrating leadership at the facility, in school, and in treatment groups. To help validate hard work does not go unnoticed, GMYSC partnered with The Nature Center and the Nordic Council and ventured out on a cross country skiing trip on the County Line Trail atop the Grand Mesa. During the trip, the youth were able to experience skiing for the first time, while taking in the crisp air and breathtaking views the trail had to offer.
This is a reminder that the Q2 2017 January - March Quarterly Report for your organization for FEMA DR-4229 is due on April 14, 2017. Reporting for the PA Program is required on all obligated large projects only on a quarterly basis until FEMA has officially closed the project.
To view the District's “Exploding Sewers! What You Need to Know” informational flyer, please click on the title above...
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This weekend, four youth along with staff Gary Mills and Rod Tyma supported the Colorado Special Olympics during the basketball finals in Lakewood.
In a recent report published by the PEW Foundation, Colorado was identified as one of the top seven (7) states in the Nation with regard to the implementation and prevalence of evidence-based policy-making, specific to the integration of evidence-based practices within juvenile justice systems.
Part 1: ON-LINE WEBINARS - Prevention & Preparedness (archived 2½ hours total)
Part 2: IN-PERSON WORKSHOP - Response & Recovery
Windsor, CO: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 – 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. – Art & Heritage Center
The workshop is FREE. Participation in the in-person workshop requires viewing the archived Part 1 webinars BEFORE attending the Part 2 in-person workshop AND completing the workshop assignments. Any exception requires the permission of the instructor. Link to the webinars will be provided upon registration.
Colorado weather keeps throwing us little morsels of warmer temperatures to tease us about the approaching spring only to tip us back into winter with more snow.
These changing weather patterns also signal the changing resident birds around Lake Estes.
In February, seventeen youth and staff headed out of Grand Mesa Youth Services Center to take an exhilarating adventure in the Book Cliffs of Mesa County. A celebration of nine youth reaching high status within the program by demonstrating positive behavior throughout the month is why eight staff, several on their day off, were excited to lead the day's activities.