For generations, community has served a vital role acting as a support system and offering a way to bring people together. With our society moving at a faster pace with busy schedules and the frequency people change jobs, homes and locations, it makes it harder to make a connection and feel part of something bigger than yourself.
As a locally owned and operated business, Interim HealthCare of Colorado Springs is committed to the community we serve. Each year, our employees participate in a variety of community activities and support a number of worthwhile organizations.
A strong community benefits the individual, the community and the greater society.
People of all ages who feel a sense of belonging tend to lead happier and healthier lives, and strong communities create a more stable and supportive society. This is directly related to the Interim HealthCare of Colorado Springs mission:
We build caregiving teams to improve people’s lives wherever needed
We are Interim HealthCare of Colorado Springs
Interim volunteers attended the Holiday Dinner Dance
On Saturday, November 15 over 500 Seniors from around the Pikes Peak Area gathered at the Colorado Springs Auditorium for the Holiday Dinner Dance sponsored by the Senior Research Council
. It was a fun filled night of dinner, dessert, dancing to 'swing band' sounds, and socializing with the volunteers and other attendees from the Air Force Academy. We at Interim HealthCare were so fortunate to be able to spend such a special evening with so many of the seniors in our community. Though it was a chilly night - the event warmed the hearts of many!
The Colorado Springs team shows support for Breast Cancer awareness month!
Employees happily pay $5 each to be able to wear jeans and pink clothing on Wednesday’s for the month of October. All money is donated to the Susan G Koman Foundation. We are so proud of our staff and clients that have battled breast cancer – continue to fight girls!