Leaders and board members of Wellington’s future Community Services Center are seeing a growing tide of support for the project. Projects like the Community Services Center take many hands to complete, including those of community leaders, municipalities, schools, county representatives, volunteers, business owners, & public champions.

With a dream of building a space dedicated to meeting the needs of the Wellington community, the Community Services Center will be home to the Wellington Food & Clothing Pantry and other non-profits and county service agencies like Larimer County Human Services & Summitstone Health Partners.

“Through the center, Larimer County Human Services would like to have a greater presence in the Wellington Community. When the center is ready, we could envision utilizing some of the center’s space to provide child welfare services, greater access to food assistance, Medicaid, and other financial resources, and services and support to our older adults.”

Heather J. O’Hayre, LCSW MSSW & Larimer County Human Services Director

Local Government Support for The Community Services Center

Through collaboration and outreach, the Community Services Center has also garnered support from the Larimer County Commissioners and the Town of Wellington.

“The Larimer County Board of Commissioners is committed to enhancing, encouraging, and promoting the current and future well-being of the people of Larimer County. For this reason, we fully support the vision of the Community Services Center (CSC) of Wellington.”

Commissioners Jody Shadduck-McNally, John Kefalas, & Kristin Stephens

“At the Town of Wellington, we believe in supporting all our residents and work daily to create a community that people are proud to call home. We recognize there is a need for additional support for families and individuals in times of crisis. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 6.5% of Wellington residents have an income below the poverty level, 7.5% of the children in Wellington live in poverty, and 10.8% of our residents lack health insurance. For this reason, we fully support the vision of the Community Services Center in Wellington.”

Calar Chaussee, Mayor of Wellington

Wellington Middle High School Support for the Community Services Center

Additionally, Wellington’s newly-built Wellington Middle High School has also recognized the need for services in Wellington, especially for those youth who need a little extra support.

“We are writing to you on behalf of Wellington Middle High School to express our enthusiastic support for the funding of the Community Services Center Wellington Region. Our school community firmly believes in the power of collaboration and the positive impact such a center will have on the well-being of the people we serve.”

Troy Krotz, Principal | Marc Buffington, Assistant Principal/Activities Director | Steven Watkins, Assistant Principal
Wellington Middle High School

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