We are actively seeking contributions to this section. Please contact us if you would like to contribute, or update, information. The following organizations are in alphabetical order:
AA Pagosa Springs Group
Meetings held at N. 2nd Street/Snowball Road. For meeting schedule, refer to the classifields section of the local newspaper.
234 CR200, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Archuleta County Airport
Archuleta County Airport is one of the most beautiful airports in America – Stevens Field in Pagosa Springs Colorado. With an 8100 x 100 foot runway, we offer great amenities and new FBO faclities.
777 County Road 600, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 | Phone: 731-3060| WebSite
Archuleta County 4-H
4-H is based on the foundation that youth are a vital resource. The American work force, economy, social structure, education, justice and democratic government all depend on the next generation of educated, concerned and involved youth.
PO Box 370 / 344 Hwy 84, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 | Phone: 970-264-5931 | Web Site
Archuleta County Victim Assistance
ACVAP provides 24-hour service to all crime victims, particularly Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault survivors. ACVAP works to end violence by crisis intervention, educational programs and community involvement.
Volunteer opportunities for crisis advocates and other support personnel are available.
POB 2913,Pagosa Springs, Colorado 81147
Phone: (970) 264-9075 | After hours: 264-2131
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big brothers Big Sisters matches local youth to positive,caring adult role models for fun, friendship and individual mentoring.
Curtains Up Pagosa (formerly Music Boosters)
Pagosa Springs’ Performing Arts Company, produces musical and theatrical entertainment in support of performing arts education in our schools and community.
P.O. Box 2218, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 | Phone: 970-731-2130 Dale Morris, President | WebSite
FolkWest produces the Four Corners Folk Festival and the Independent Music Festival (Indiefest) annually in Pagosa Springs. Both outdoor events are held on Reservoir Hill and feature live musical performances, on-site camping, vending, free kids’ activities and more. FolkWest is a Colorado 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
PO Box 3665, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-731-5582 | Tickets: 877-472-4672 | WebSite
GECKO (Giving Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) is a 501(c)(3) charity whose mission is to get kids “Unplugged, Off the Couch and Outside!” GECKO raises funds for scholarships to leading outdoor programs through staging world-class racing events and festivals in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. By supporting these events you’re helping the future stewards of our planet to get connected to nature and themselves. 970-398-0612 | Website
Gray Wolf Ski Club
The Gray Wolf Ski Club has more than 500 members on both sides of Wolf Creek Pass who are interested in outdoor activities like skiing (downhill and x-country), hiking, golf and fellowship. Members need to be 50 or older, and can receive discounts on season passes at Wolf Creek. To join visit our website or write to our PO Box.
PO Box 2394, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-264-6275 | Web Site
Habitat for Humanity
We build 1-2 houses in Pagosa Springs each year. These houses are constructed almost entirely with volunteer labor. Our efforts in Pagosa Springs over the past 15 years have provided quality housing for over 50 children. To volunteer services or to apply for a home, call 264-6647.
Phone: 970-264-6647 | 970-264 6960 | Web site
Humane Society of Pagosa Springs
A private, nonprofit organization serving Archuleta County. Our mission is to provide a safe haven for animals in need, to promote adoptions, to reunite lost animals with their owners and to humanely reduce pet overpopulation through community education and aggressive spay/neuter programs. The Humane Society operates the Animal Shelter currently located on Stevens Lake in West Pagosa Springs and the Humane Society Thrift Store in downtown Pagosa.
Shelter: Monday – Saturday 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.
Located at: 300 Paws Court, Pagosa Springs, CO
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2230, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-731-4771 | WebSite
Kiwanis Club of Pagosa Springs
An International non-profit organization promoting the development of our local youth. Meetings every Thursday at noon at the Hogs Breath. The largest non-profit organization in the world.
PO Box 1508, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
League of Women Voters of Archuleta County
The League of Women Voters of Archuleta County is a non-partisan organization promoting political responsibility through informed citizen participation in government, especially in local community issues.
970-731-2323 (Merilyn Moorhead)
Mounted Search & Rescue
Professional Search & Recue team serving the SW Colorado region, primarily using horses. Support team always welcomes new volunteer members with and without horses.
400 Ranch Place, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 | Phone: 970-731-4062 | WebSite
Pagosa Animal Advocates
Nonprofit all-volunteer organization working to improve the lives of companion animals in the Pagosa Springs area. We provide information, education, skill development, counseling and support required to help people develop and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with their pets.
PO Box 3518, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 | Phone: 970.903.2500 | Web Site
Pagosa Rotary Club
Meets every Thursday at San Juan Marketplace, 11:59 am. at 356 Pagosa Street. Weekly entertaining, informative presentations. Visitors welcome. Celebrating 100 years of “Service Above Self.”
PO Box 685, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Contact | WebSite
Principles Before Personalities A.A. Group
Meets at 225 South Pagosa Blvd-St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. Meeting are the following time and days:
7:00 P.M. Tuesday (SS)
7:00 P.M.Thursday (D)
6:00 P.M. Saturday (Spkr)
P.S. I Love Red Hats
Official chapter of the Red Hat Society. We ladies 50 & over meet on the 1st Wednesday of each month usually at an area restaurant. Call Kathryn at 731-6421 or see Kate’s Calendar in the Pagosa SUN for info.
78 West Golf Place, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970 731 6421
San Juan Outdoor Club
We are a non-profit organization devoted to providing outdoor opportunities for its members — by its members — such as backpacking, hiking, canoeing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fishing, cycling, etc.
Ross Aragon Community Center
Our 20,800 square foot Community Center is open to the public. Summer hours; Monday – Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm. (Saturday & Sundays by special request) for your public or private event.
Contact: Cristin Robertson, Facility Coordinator (970) 264-4152 ext 22
Ruby M. Sisson Memorial Library
Your library is open six days a week and offers programs and classes for all ages, as well as computers with internet access, and of course, your needs for books, whether in regular print, large print or audio. We also have magazines, CDs and DVDs for checkout.
811 San Juan Street (corner of Hwy. 160 and 9th Street)
PO Box 849, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 | Phone: 970-264-2209 | Web Site
Silver Foxes Den Senior Center
The Den serves a noon meal including salad bar four days a week. Suggested donation for folks 60+ is $3.00, under 60, $5.00. Home delivered meals available, as well as transportation, 60+ suggested donation $2.00. Informative and entertaining programs and activities.
451 Hot Springs Blvd./PO Box 1507, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147Phone: 970-264-2167 | WebSite
SouthWest Center for Independence
SWCI provides supportive services for people with disabilities and elders by people with disabilities, including peer counseling, advocacy, information/referral/options counseling, support groups, low vision services and independent living skills training. Offices are in Durango, but we travel regularly to Pagosa.
Phone: 970- 259-1672 | Email: email@example.com | Web Site: www.swilc.org
Southwest Chaper of the American Red Cross
Southwest Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross has Disaster Action Teams (DAT) in each of the 5 counties we serve. We are looking for volunteers to serve with the Archuleta DAT and help local citizens affected by disasters such as house fires and flooding. Meetings are the first Monday of every month at 5:45pm the Archuleta County Emergency Operations Center on Piedra Road.
Phone: 970-259-5383 | Web Site
Southwest Land Alliance
Conserving the Best of the Rockies! The SLA is your local land trust, helping local people preserve local lands, by assisting ranchers and landowners in protecting working lands and wide open spaces since 1981.
450 Lewis St., 3rd Floor / PO Box 3417, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-264-7779| Web Site
United Way of Southwest Colorado
United Way is a non-profit organization representing 13 programs/agencies in Archuleta County. The money raised here, stays here.
PO Box 4274, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-946-1624 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wilderness Society is a national non-profit working to preserve America’s wildlands heritage through public education, scientific analysis, and advocacy.
PO Box 3549, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-731-0145 | WebSite
Women’s Civic Club of Pagosa Springs
Started in 1910 to take over the operation of the existing library of 202 books, today the Civic Club supports the library in any way needed. The Civic Club meets monthly on the third Thursday at 1:30 at the Methodist church on Lewis Street. Everyone is welcome. For info call 264-2209.