Due to extensive damage at the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park from the forest fire on June 11, 2013 we will not hold the Rim to Rim. We will be back on October 4, 2014 - bigger and better than ever!
There may be a race at another venue on October 5 - stay tuned!
Salida Stars! performance of "Wizard of Oz" Also performed in Canon City, CO at the Fremont Center for the Arts at the Starstruck Holiday Celebration
March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
Nationwide, approximately 4.6 million Americans live with developmental disabilities, including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, fragile X syndrome and others.
National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, observed every March, is a chance for us to recognize and celebrate the unique abilities of every individual and to promote understanding and greater respect for those with developmental disabilities.
Starpoint has a 35-year history of nurturing the individual talents of people with developmental delays and disabilities. Every day we strive to help our customers live life to the fullest and honor their individual needs and aspirations.
People with disabilities want the same things we all do—to live a happy, healthy, productive life, to be respected as an individual and to feel like part of a community.
This March, help us celebrate National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month by spreading the word about the importance of community support and inclusion for every person with a developmental disability.
Starpoint’s Fremont County Family Center is now an application assistance site for CHP+
CHP+ is low-cost health insurance for Colorado children and pregnant women, and Starpoint’s Fremont County Family Center is now an application assistance site. Give us a call at 719-269-1523 if you have any questions or see our CHP+ informational flyer.
Bea Romer Visits Fremont County Family Center
Bea Romer, former First Lady of Colorado, made a local stop on Thursday morning to visit a place near her heart — the Fremont County Family Center.