Mile High Chapter (MHC) received 22 calls for assistance and provided care to 57 individuals. The MHC response area includes 10 counties in the Denver Metro area.
Southeastern Colorado Chapter (SeCO) received 11 calls for assistance and provided care to 43 individuals. The SeCO response area includes 16 counties.
Northern Colorado Chapter (NoCO) received 5 calls for assistance and provided care to 15 individuals. The NoCO response area includes 11 counties.
Western Colorado Chapter (WeCO) received 9 calls for assistance and provided care to 27 individuals. The WeCO response area covers 27 counties, serving all Western Colorado and the San Luis Valley.
Wyoming Chapter (WYO): received 7 calls for assistance and provided care to 28 individuals. The Wyoming Chapter response area covers all 23 counties that make up the state of Wyoming.
The families and individuals in need were provided with a variety of services, including a place to stay, comfort kits, money for clothes, food and medicine. If needed, health and mental health services were provided. Along with providing casework for the residents in a quick and efficient time frame, Red Cross volunteers will continue to provide support to these families going forward by doing follow up work to ensure all needs are met and the individuals have a clear path to recovery. All services provided by the American Red Cross are free.
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