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Our mission would not be possible without the tenacious encouragement, caring accountability, compassionate guidance, and dedicated effort of our generous partners.

Impact Investors

TENACIOUS ENCOURAGEMENT

Anschutz – Gazette Charities

Boecore

CHFA

City of Colorado Springs

Classic Homes

CMG Corporation

Colorado Springs Health Foundation

Colorado Springs Utilities

Couples Who Care

Dakota Foundation

Daniels Foundation

Edson Foundation

El Pomar Foundation

Ent Credit Union

Gates Foundation

HB&A

HBA Cares

Lando Excavation

Lyda Hill Philanthropies

Myron Stratton

Norwood

Pike Peak Association of Realtors

The Caison Company

Reliance Electric

The Moniker Foundation

The Richard Petritz Foundation

Weidner Apartment Homes

Care Referral Partners​

COMPASSIONATE GUIDANCE

CASA of the Pikes Peak Region

CODHS

Community Prep School

CS Fire Department Homeless Outreach Program

Dale House Project

District 11

District 14

District 2

District 20

District 49

Division of Youth Services

El Paso County DHS

Peak Education

Pikes Peak Continuum of Care

Pikes Peak State College

Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention

Project Diakonia

Reclaiming Hope

Rocky Mountain Human Services

Springs Rescue Mission

TESSA

The Place

West Side Cares

Forge Evolution

Fostering Hope Foundation

Goal High School

Guardian Ad Litem’s office

Homeward Pikes Peak

Inside Out Youth Services

Joint Initiatives

Kids Crossing

Lutheran Family Services

Mission Medical Center

Mount Carmel Veteran Center

Partners in Housing

Training & Employment Partners​

CARING ACCOUNTABILITY

Career Boost

Careers in Construction Colorado

Colorado Springs Community Cultural Collective

Community Works

Dale House Project – Supportive Employment Program

Energy Resource Center

Pikes Peak Business & Education Alliance

Pikes Peak Workforce Center

Project Diakonia

“In the village I am able to focus on what I need to get done.”

What was your living situation

before coming to Working

Fusion?

Couch Surfing

Working Fusion Resident

“Being back in the village has been a major support. In general, the staff and community is very supportive. It’s refreshing. When I was out, there was a lot going on in my head and when I got back into the village I was able to dial it back in and focus on what I need to get done. As far as being safe, in a situational sense, I guess and for the most part I feel safe. Mental health wise it has been really good for me to focus and block out outside noise. Before I came here there was always something going on and sometimes I get days of nothingness in the village and it really helps me slow down and settle.”

“In the village I am able to focus on what I need to get done.”

What was your living situation

before coming to Working

Fusion?

Couch Surfing

Working Fusion Resident

“Being back in the village has been a major support. In general, the staff and community is very supportive. It’s refreshing. When I was out, there was a lot going on in my head and when I got back into the village I was able to dial it back in and focus on what I need to get done. As far as being safe, in a situational sense, I guess and for the most part I feel safe. Mental health wise it has been really good for me to focus and block out outside noise. Before I came here there was always something going on and sometimes I get days of nothingness in the village and it really helps me slow down and settle.”

“It has given me a lot of confidence and that I’m capable of doing a lot more than I thought I could.  I’m never worried or scared when I’m at home.”

What was your living situation

before coming to Working 

Fusion?

Foster Home

Working Fusion Resident

“It’s meant a lot, the independence and the community piece are big. It is nice to still have your own space though. I recently started building my credit with a credit card because of one of the life skills classes. It gives me a higher chance for success out in the real world when I move out because of all of the resources I have here. It has given me a lot of confidence and that I’m capable of doing a lot more than I thought I could. It has helped me open up a lot and ask/accept help when I need it. You all take our safety very seriously and are on top of anything that happens. I’m never worried or scared when I’m at home.”

“It has given me a lot of confidence and that I’m capable of doing a lot more than I thought I could.  I’m never worried or scared when I’m at home.”

What was your living situation

before coming to Working

Fusion?

Foster Home

Working Fusion Resident

“It’s meant a lot, the independence and the community piece are big. It is nice to still have your own space though. I recently started building my credit with a credit card because of one of the life skills classes. It gives me a higher chance for success out in the real world when I move out because of all of the resources I have here. It has given me a lot of confidence and that I’m capable of doing a lot more than I thought I could. It has helped me open up a lot and ask/accept help when I need it. You all take our safety very seriously and are on top of anything that happens. I’m never worried or scared when I’m at home.”

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