Pueblo Food Pantry Volunteer
COLORADO HEALTH NETWORK INC
Colorado Health Network follows Covid-19 guidance such as requiring face masks, social distancing and handwashing.
Food pantry hours are 9:30am-3:30pm each Wednesday.
Volunteers mostly work alone to gather food orders and occasionally stock shelves.
Food is delivered out the front door where recipients also wear masks.
Must be able to work with diverse populations including those living with HIV/AIDS.
Pantry averages 4 clients per day, perfect for those who like to read or fill their time in other ways.
About COLORADO HEALTH NETWORK INC
1301 S 8th Street, Suite 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80905, US
The mission of Colorado Health Network (CHN) is to equitably meet the evolving needs of people affected by HIV and other disease through prevention, care and advocacy.
For more than 25 years, Southern Colorado Health Network (formerly SCAP) has been providing comprehensive and individualized care to men, women and children in southern Colorado who are living with HIV/AIDS.
As the only AIDS service organization in Southern Colorado, SCHN’s geographic service area encompasses 25 counties in Southeastern Colorado spanning from the central mountains of the state all the way south to the Colorado/New Mexico border, and as far east as the Colorado/Kansas border.
Today, the organization’s programs include case management, access to healthcare, mental health and substance abuse counseling referrals, a food bank, and legal referrals, in addition to a wide array of prevention outreach, testing, and education programs.