Sky Ridge Community Partners
Our hospital is committed to the health of our patients and our community. Each year we partner with organizations to help them successfully deliver on their promise of helping individuals, families and businesses throughout our community. Sky Ridge partners with the following organizations:
The Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce provides over 250 member businesses with networking events, educational seminars, a free listing in the member directory and much more. Their goal is to educate, support and promote local companies as well as the community they serve.
The Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce strives to support and promote businesses in the Castle Rock area, to be a “voice” to the local government and to foster a livable community with positive growth, through goals including creating a strong local economy, promoting tourism and local awareness and encouraging the involvement of young employees and business owners.
The Douglas County Educational Foundation is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to develop private resources to enrich education within Douglas County schools for the fulfillment of lifelong learning experiences of their students, citizens and community. Their goal is to be a part of a community that has a strong sense of continued education, culture, professionalism and camaraderie.
The Women’s Crisis and Family Outreach Center works with families affected by violence, by providing them with programs and services to assist and educate them, in hopes of one day ending violence in the lives of all people.
The Lone Tree Chamber of Commerce aims to be the leading voice of the business community of Lone Tree, to foster economic growth in the community and to advance the commercial, industrial and civic well-being of the city and the surrounding area.
The Castle Rock Economic Development Council is a non-profit organization that provides services to firms that are re-locating or expanding to Castle Rock, works to increase employment opportunities in the community through this expansion and promotes a self supporting and diversified local economy.
The Second Wind Fund was founded in 2002, to help students at Green Mountain High School who had recently been profoundly affected by the suicides of four of their peers in a nine month period. Their mission is to decrease the incidence of teen suicide by removing the financial and social barriers to treatment for at-risk youth.
This non-profit organization, Doctors Care, looks to provide access to affordable health care through a coalition of health care providers to the medically underserved of South Denver. It provides primary care and specialty services at a significantly reduced cost to patients who are eligible.