There are many ways to connect and support The Resource Exchange and to help build independence for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and we welcome you to become involved in any number of meaningful ways.
From providing monetary support through individual or corporate gifts and partnerships, to volunteering at resource fairs or respite sessions for our families, there are many ways to connect with us. For more information on how you can become involved, 719.380.1100
Thank You for making an investment in building independence for THOUSANDS of people with intellectual and developmental disABILITIES in the Pikes Peak Region.
Donate NOW, or by check or cash – please send to:
The Resource Exchange
ATTN: Sheila Ferguson, Development Director
6385 Corporate Drive, Suite 301
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
TRE’s Federal Tax ID: 84-0532684
Do you enjoy using critical thinking skills to help others?
Want to make a difference in your community for people with disabilities?
Only have a limited amount of time each month to spare?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then you’re invited to join
the Human Rights Committee (HRC)!
What is HRC?
Per Colorado statute, and Medicaid regulations, a Human Rights Committee is a volunteer advisory board who review the services and supports provided by paid caregivers to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) to ensure the civil rights of individuals with IDD are respected.
What are the qualifications of a committee member?
Per Colorado statute, the HRC must include a minimum of 3 parents and/or guardians of an individual with IDD, and at least 2 professionals with a background in behavioral development. Additional volunteers interested in advocating for the rights of individuals with IDD are also welcome.
Why should I join?
HRC is one of the most fulfilling ways to contribute to your community and advance fair and equal treatment for individuals with IDD. You have a unique opportunity to encourage others and impact services and supports for those served by TRE and surrounding agencies (Also, snacks and lunch are provided!)
When is HRC?
Currently, HRC meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month for approximately four-five hours; the materials to be reviewed during the meeting, and the schedule, are submitted electronically to you approximately 2 weeks prior to the HRC date.
Where is HRC?
HRC meets at TRE
418 S. Weber St. C/S, CO 80903
RSVP regarding your interest:
To firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our HRC Liaisons:
Kayla Smith (719) 785-6416 or Lindsay Segner (719) 418-4917
Doors of Colorado Springs
A door can represent so many things: it can open into an exciting new opportunity, provide a gentle welcome home, protect those inside from the elements or shield the mystery of what lies beyond it. Sometimes, for those in our community with an intellectual or developmental disability, a door represents a barrier or obstacle. And because every individual deserves to live a fulfilling, independent life and to participate in our community to the fullest extent of their dreams and capabilities, The Resource Exchange’s mission is to ensure as many doors as possible are open through an array of lifespan services available for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Through our programs and partnerships we strive to build partnerships with service providers across the intellectual and developmental disability spectrum as well as in the business and non-profit communities, weaving a comprehensive fabric of “doors” for our population to live the best life possible.
Unframed Posters – $20 each
All proceeds from the sale of the Doors of Colorado Springs go directly to programs and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Become a Partner
The Resource Exchange is deeply grateful to the organizations and businesses that support our mission to build independence for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. If you or your organization are interested in partnering with TRE please contact Sheila Ferguson at email@example.com or at 719.785.6440
Thank you for considering a sponsorship with The Resource Exchange. It is through the generosity of individuals and businesses that we can continue to serve people throughout their lifespan in El Paso, Park and Teller Counties. Please contact Sheila Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 719.785.6440 for more information on our sponsorship opportunities throughout the year.
Are you over age 18 and Interested in volunteering with TRE? We are always looking for volunteers to help out with our Break Time program. Volunteers will help families in the community just by spending some quality time with children while the parents get four hours of respite. If you are interested in helping please contact Sarah Nolan at email@example.com.
TRE Research Center
• Volunteer to be a research study participant (See “Now Recruiting” below)
• Tell a friend who may be interested in participating in specific research
• Participate in surveys, focus groups, or advisory boards
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