Pitkin County Human Services has a myriad of departments and countless partnerships with organizations from Aspen to Parachute. Their role of facilitating a community safety net has been amplified as COVID-19’s impact has rippled through the valley.
As a key player in the pandemic recovery, Human Services covers everything from:
- rental assistance
- mental health resources,
- food assistance, and
- access and functional needs support.
The Human Services Department works day and night to connect those in need with the resources available.
When KSNO offered to interview Samuel Landercasper, the Economic Assistance Manager with Pitkin County Human Services, some light was shed on the framework that Human Services follows to provide COVID-19 recovery resources to the community.
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