The News and Updates from STRiVE.
The Incredible Years Parenting program strengthens parent-child interactions and attachment, reducing harsh discipline and fostering parents’ ability to promote children’s social, emotional, and language development. For parents with children ages 3-6 2 CLASSES...
STRIVE provides a multitude of services for the Grand Valley's special needs community. S TRIVE, which provides a multitude of services for the Grand Valley's special needs community, is moving into a new facility next year, and today the agency showed off the...
Did you know some disabled Americans don't have the right to vote and those that do are unaware of what their rights are? In 2002 Congress passed the Help America Vote Act or HAVA, authorizing a protection/advocacy program protecting the voting rights of...
Ralph Dinosaur ends our summer concert series Friday August 24th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens. Join us and bring your chair for sitting and your feet for dancing Ralph Dinosaur ends our summer...
July 27th is a FULL MOON and we’re going to have one howl of a time! The “Boys of Summer” Garden Groove Concert from 7 pm to 9 pm at Western Colorado Botanical Gardens. Click here to test you Eagle’s knowledge!
The Learning Labs called "YES I CAN" S everal years ago, 5 mothers came together out of a desire to create technology supports for our children; we call ourselves Families at the Forefront of Technology (www.familiesforefront.org), a program of the Arc of Colorado....
Will You be the Winning Bid to See the Eagles & Jimmy Buffet at Coors Field?
Winners announced June 7th, 14th & 21st!
The JUCO picnic was wonderful. STRiVE wants to thank Mary Anne and Dan Lawrie, Valita Speedie, Tanya and Logan Workman, Barbara Traylor Smith, Donny Alexander, Ashlie Zimmerman, Bill Vrettos, Leonard Mc Daniels, Peggy Gordon, Desiree Aydt, Michelle Thistle and her...
STRiVE wanted to share this with you. It is a TV news report on our “Framing the Future” capital campaign. The part we wanted you to particularly view is the two receptionist who works our front desk area and how they enjoy working for STRiVE. Loren and Amanda did...
To all STRiVE champions, I wanted to share these two items that the Daily Sentinel produced so perfectly on our behalf. The editorial staff states our position exactly as we had hoped, fully explaining our quest to secure a future for the...
private non-profit organization STRiVE is authorized by the State of Colorado to provide community-based services and supports to individuals with disabilities and their families. STRiVE has been providing services and support to individuals and families with developmental disabilities in Mesa County for over 50 years. As the community needs have increased so has the diversity of our programs. “STRiVE” represents our staff and the people we support every day.
We Strive to provide the best person-centered services, and our clients Strive to be independent and take greater control of their lives.
Our organization is made up of over 350 employees qualified & trained to provide quality, result driven services in our over 12 Day and Supported Employment Programs and more than 17 Residential Sites. Are you ready to join our team?!
950 Grand Ave.
Grand Junction CO. 81501
641 Struthers Ave.
Grand Junction CO. 81501
STRiVE is here to provide the personalized care individuals need as we Strive to provide the best person-centered services, and our clients Strive to be independent and take greater control of their lives..