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Integrated Community Welcomes Jerry Hernandez as New Executive Director

Integrated Community is thrilled to announce the appointment of Jerry Hernandez as our new Executive Director. Jerry, who has previously served with dedication and insight as our Deputy Director, is set to take the helm, bringing a wealth of experience and a profound understanding of our mission.


Jerry's promotion from within underscores our commitment to fostering leadership and excellence. His deep-rooted knowledge of our community and his visionary approach are invaluable assets that promise to drive our organization into its next phase of growth and impact.


As we embrace this exciting new chapter, we extend our heartfelt thanks to Jerry for his past contributions and look forward to his leadership in expanding our reach and deepening our impact. 


Please join us in welcoming Jerry into his new role, where his strategic vision and unwavering dedication will continue to uplift and empower our community. For more information about Jerry's vision and the future direction of Integrated Community, please see our press release, linked below.

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A NW Colorado Non-Profit Making Big Impacts for the Immigrant Community

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Integrated Community helps immigrants and their families become self-sufficient and independent in order to contribute to our NW Colorado community


Integrated Community helps people solve immediate problems by connecting them to the appropriate resources. We have the only program in the Yampa Valley that provides assistance to non-English speaking community members with their medical, employment, housing, legal, and other basic needs.


We provide professional interpreters for our clients to meet their needs. In 2016, we began 24/7 emergency on call interpreters for local law enforcement and crisis response agencies.


We provide educational programs for children and adults.  Areas of focus include adult and child literacy as well as early childhood education.



Integrated Community helps immigrants and their families become self-sufficient and independent in order to contribute to our NW Colorado community.


Community members who are low-income immigrants who are adults, children and families with limited English fluency who need assistance in accessing resources and services in the Yampa Valley.

“They always were there for us. I find such helpful tips that help me be a better mom during these times.”

“Their early childhood education programs have been of great impact. My child has increased vocabulary. My child loves reading now. It teaches us how to interact with our children. It was super good.  Our child used to be very dependent of us before and this program has helped him a lot.”

“Everything is well organized, everybody is friendly and very efficient.”

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