28 Hours of Hope on K99
The 16th Annual Good Morning Guys
28 Hours of Hope
is March 27th-28th, 2014 on K99. Brian and Todd will stay on the air for 28 consecutive hours to raise money and awareness for child abuse prevention. The event begins at 5 a.m. on Thursday, March 27th and ends at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 28th.
K99 listeners can call in to make pledges or make donations online to benefit the Namaqua Center, and other local children’s charities. Last year, generous listeners donated over $78,000 to help fight child abuse in Northern Colorado.
Save the Date: Murphy Center for Hope Fifth Anniversary Celebration
SERVE 6.8 seeks to help the people of Northern Colorado by creating significant and lasting change.
On Tuesday, May 6th, join SERVE 6.8 in celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Murphy Center for Hope.
Murphy Center for Hope offers a nationally-recognized holistic approach to help homeless and near-homeless families and individuals become stable, self-sufficient, and maintain permanent housing.
2011 & 2012 Touchstone Annual Report
May 2013 Newsletter
November newsletter 2012
Larimer Center for Mental Health Becomes Touchstone Health Partners
March 20, 2013 Coloradoan: Fort Collins residents fighting poverty while living in it (featuring Michael LaGarde)
March 18, 2013 Coloradoan: Self-inflicted: Experts call for proactive measures to reduce gun-related suicides in Colorado
March 17, 2013 Denver Post: Colorado mental health programs see chance for improvements
February 19, 2013 Coloradoan: Panel discussion on mental health planned
February 17, 2013 Coloradoan: Help end stigma of those with mental health issues
February 13, 2013 Reporter Herald: Open Forum I: Local panel will discuss mental health issues
Janaury 24, 2013: Bennet, Bipartisan Coalition of Senators Introduce Mental Health First Aid Bill
December 28, 2012 Denver Post: Programs help homeless brush themselves off, move on
December 20, 2012 Coloradoan: Conn. shooting spurs Colorado mental health discussion
December 20, 2012 Coloradoan: Larimer County adopts budget that spares cuts to mental health services
December 17, 2012: For the Last Time, Stop Conflating Violence and Mental Illness
Mental Health in the Headlines