Local and Community Resources
In a cooperative effort by Summit County, the Towns, and various non-profits, there are many resources available to get residents who lost income due to COVID-19 the aid they need. This page has information about rental assistance, food pantries and meals, employment options, and mental health resources.
Frisco Residential Rental Assistance Program
How to Apply
Rental Assistance Program Conditions and Details
Food Pantry Locations
Community and Senior Center
Prepackaged Community Meals
- Father Dyer Church in Breckenridge: Sundays 6:00 to 7:00pm
- Rotary at the Elks Lodge in Silverthorne: from 5:00 – 7:00pm on Tuesdays
- Agape Church between Breckenridge and Frisco: Meals to-go, shower and laundry services Monday -Thursday, 10:00am to 3:00pm; BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, call 970-453-1247 ext. 101
- Lord of the Mountains Church: Meals, showers – Wednesdays and Fridays, 1:00pm to 4:00pm (Call FIRC to set up)
School Food Programs
- Smart Bellies and Summit School District will be providing meals for pickup Mondays through Fridays at the following times and locations:
- Summit High School, Dillon Valley Elementary, Swan Meadow Village Park in Summit Cove: 11:00am to 1:00pm
- Soccer Fields in Silverthorne, 5th Ave, and Upper Blue Elementary: 12:15pm to 1:00pm
- Silverthorne Library and Frisco Elementary: 11:00am to 11:45am
- To sign up for Smart Bellies home delivery, please email email@example.com or call 970-368-2848
Summit County is continually working with providers to ensure that anyone in our community who is symptomatic, or falls into a risk category and is asymptomatic, may easily receive a test. All providers are using the same test, so individuals may choose whichever of the following options they prefer, and all providers will contact the patient following testing with results and further guidance on care based on results.
- Asymptomatic testing is available for high risk categories such as:
- Health care workers and first responders
- As a part of contact tracing for public health surveillance
- In the context of a COVID-19 outbreak
- Those who have been in a group of greater than 10 people where physical distancing and/or face coverings were not utilized.
Visit Summit County’s COVID-19 Testing page for more information.
Centura Health Community Testing Site
Summit County Mobile Testing
Summit Community Care Clinic (SCCC)
Employment and Education Options
Mental Health & Recovery
- Building Hope: buildinghopesummit.org or call for English 970-389-1151 and Spanish 970-485-6271
- FIRC Mental Health Navigators: English or Español, 970-262-3888
- Mental Health Crisis Line- 844-493-8255
- Mind Springs Health has several services including a mental health support line. Call 1-877-519-7505 from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. This line will be staffed with mental health professionals who will provide help to those experiencing increased anxiety and stress due to social distancing and others issues surrounding the virus outbreak. Staff will also refer callers with more acute needs to additional resources for care and guidance if needed.
- Summit School District Mental Health Activities and Resources
Summit Stage Transit Service
- Summit Stage is currently operating a limited spring schedule, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Buses run daily and serve most existing stops.
- FREE commuter service to and from Lake and Park counties.
- ADA paratransit service is fully operational.
Public Health Order Compliance
- All passengers 2 and older are required to wear a face covering.
- The number of riders per bus is limited and some seats will be closed for use, in order to ensure appropriate physical distancing.
- Passengers must use only the rear bus doors for loading and unloading.
2020 Limited Bus Schedule