Community Reach Center Events

Annual Events

Raising awareness for the many services and programs offered by Community Reach Center is paramount to enhancing the health of our community. At Community Reach Center, we have a number of annual events designed to raise awareness, support and funding for the Center. Our events are designed to build lasting relationships that will help us to continue delivering excellent and compassionate care to all.

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Reach for the Green Golf Tournament

September 13, 2016

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The annual Reach for the Green Golf Tournament in Memory of Mary & Donald C. Ciancio is Community Reach Center’s primary fundraising event. This year marked the 36th year of this community tradition.

The tournament is a legacy event. Donald Ciancio started it in 1980 in honor of his mother Mary. Mary Ciancio was a champion of mental health and one of the founding supporters of Community Reach Center. Don mirrored his mother’s dedication and generosity to Community Reach Center by reaching out to the community to encourage participation in the tournament.

By embracing and respecting the diversity of our community, Mary and Don created a legacy of caring compassionately for others. Their dedication to quality care for all in need is a capstone for our Board, Leadership and nearly 500 employees today.

We are grateful for the community’s support of the Reach for the Green Tournament and the direct impact we can make together in the lives of others.

Not a golfer? You can still join us for a special 19th Hole lunch or 19th Hole "It's 5 O'Clock" reception at The Ranch Country Club and bid on the silent auction items!

Contact Evan Narotsky via email at e.narotsky@communityreachcenter.org or by phone at (303) 853-3472 for more information. RSVPs are required.

Sponsorships packages and individual golfer opportunities are available.

2016 Reach for the Green Golf Tournament Brochure
Silent Auction Donation Form

Thank you to all this year’s sponsors:

Silver Sponsors
Adams County Commissioners | Adams County Sheriff's Office | Allied Recycled Aggregates | Behavioral Healthcare Inc. | EON Office | Horizons North Credit Union

Bronze Sponsors
Aurora Mental Health | Bimbo Bakeries | Brighton 27J Schools | Brightview Landscape Services | Butterfly Pavilion | Cigna | City of Brighton | City of Commerce City | Colorado Business Bank | Dominion Diagnostics | Genoa Healthcare | Lewan Technology | Netsmart | O'Meara Ford | St. Anthony North Health Campus | Stout Street Foundation | United Power | Valley Bank and Trust | Vista Management Associates

Pair Sponsors
Ciancio Ciancio Brown | North Valley Bank | Players Club | Pollard Jeep Boulder

Hole Sponsors
Bruce Vezina State Farm Insurance | City Horizon Carwash | EMC2 | Furniture Row Racing | Honnen | John Elway Chevrolet | Lou & Christy Garone

Beverage Cart Sponsors
Innovest | Salud Family


Community Reach Center Legislative Breakfast

November 16, 2016

Each year, Community Reach Center brings together our key community leaders and partners, elected officials, media and our employees to increase awareness of the diverse and vast needs for mental health care within our community.  As your community mental health center, we must often advocate for people and the programs and services they need in order for them to live the best life possible. Join us this year as we have Lieutenant Governor, Donna Lynne as our keynote speaker.

Our Board of Directors and Leadership team are committed to ensuring that we speak up, that we plead the case of those who cannot, and champion the cause that all individuals have the opportunity to receive quality care.

By educating our community and elected officials on the successful, innovative programs offered at Community Reach Center, we bring awareness to the positive impacts their support of mental health care has on individuals, families, friends and our overall society. Further, we build an understanding that many people struggle with mental health issues, and that there is a continuous need to support programs and services that will provide real help to those in need.

To sponsor, register or attend this event, please email our Community and External Relations division at community@communityreachcenter.org or call (303) 853-3472.


Colorado Gives Day

December 6, 2016Donate Button

Please support Community Reach Center on Colorado Gives Day!

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Mary Ciancio Memorial Distinguished Service Award Dinner

 

Community Reach Center's Foundation Board hosted The Mary Ciancio Memorial Distinguished Service Award Dinner April 13 at the Stonebrook Manor in Thornton honoring outstanding volunteers in Adams County.

Nancy Skeels garnered the 2017 Mary Ciancio Memorial Distinguished Service Award for 11 years of leadership with the volunteer-based Reading Literacy Project benefitting young students in the District 27J school district. Runners-up were Dr. Brian Kelly, Winona Libhart, Patricia Joe McIntire, Barbara Wade and Rachel Williams.

State Sen. Dominick Moreno of Commerce City, District 21, was presented the 2017 Legislator of the Year award in honor of extraordinary advocacy on behalf of mental health initiatives, maternal mental health services and his unwavering support of appropriate and humane treatment of people living with mental health challenges.

Special thanks to our sponsors:
Adams 12 Five Star Schools | 27J School District | Adams County Commissioners | Adams County Sheriff's Office | Allied Recycled Aggregates | Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. | IMA, Inc.  St. Anthony North Hospital | United Power | Vista Management.

Flower arrangements courtesy of Artistic Flowers and Welby Gardens.

 


Marjory Ball Mental Health Advocacy Award

 

 

Sheriff Michael McIntosh received the 2017 Marjory Ball Mental Health Advocacy Award, in recognition of his leadership in the development of the mental health pod at Adams County jail - to provide inmates diagnosed with mental illness the treatment that they need in order to break the cycle of unlawful behaviors and incarceration that is often related to untreated mental illness.  

The Marjory Ball Mental Health Advocacy Award was created in 2007, to commemorate former Board Member Marjory Ball’s role as a major advocate for individuals living with mental health challenges. This award recognizes outstanding individuals in our community who follow Marge’s excellent example of advocating on behalf of challenged individuals in need of help.

Special thanks to our sponsors:
Adams 12 Five Star Schools | 27J School District | Adams County Commissioners | Adams County Sheriff's Office | Allied Recycled Aggregates | Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. | IMA, Inc.  St. Anthony North Hospital | United Power | Vista Management.

Flower arrangements courtesy of Artistic Flowers and Welby Gardens.