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Family Services 

Our free Family Service programming works with the whole family by providing family case management based on the ACT model. The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model is an evidence-based practice that improves outcomes for families and individuals through a multidisciplinary team approach with consistent, caring and person-centered relationships at the forefront of all that we do. 

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Family Services Programs

Family Together

Youth based Family Support 

We work with youth in grades K-12 in out-of-school time programs that are play-based and movement based. This program provides parents with a safe, caring option for childcare after school and on summer breaks. We work to integrate the whole family into our programming through family nights, family education options and open communication at all times. Our youth and families are provided with mental health professionals onsite daily, mentorship and support, positive life shaping experiences, and all types of skill building including emotional regulation. 

Family Stretch

Family Intervention and Support

Our family intervention specialist works with families to increase protective factors through a strengths-based approach. We do so by connecting them to necessary resources within the community that help the family to have an increased quality of life as a unit. We also work towards this improved quality of life through family education and a space that creates a sense of belonging for all family members. 

Family at Hotel

Emergency Family Funds

How to Qualify:

-Have a child 18 and under in the home

-Have previously applied for LEAP

-Have a plan moving forward

-Complete the application online (below)

-Have all documentation attached to the application.

-Complete over-the-phone interview

*funds will only be released to Vendors/Service Providers

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Click on the image for our application for funds. 

Chrystal Snow


Chrystal is a long time resident of Archuleta County who has a multigenerational family in Pagosa Springs. She moved from our beautiful mountain town for 11 years to Cortez, Colorado where she began her education and career in family advocacy. 


Chrystal has a Bachelors in Human Service Management and many certifications in Motivational interviewing, Mental Health First aid, facilitation certificates for Active Parents of Teens as well as Cooperative CoParenting. She has been an integral part of building the family services program within the Pagosa Community Initiative. She has worked with family centers within the area and brought the idea to the founders of the Pagosa Community Initiative to become a member of the Family Resource Center Association which was accomplished in October of this year. 


Chrystal's hobbies are reading, yard work, and enjoying family and friends. She is passionate about serving the families of Archuleta County. 

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If you know a family that is in need of more support. Please refer them to Chrystal Snow, using the email or phone number here. 


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