Human Services Network of Colorado



Network members hold a common belief in providing excellent service to human services clients. Hundreds of human service workers representing housing, employment, medical, mental health, substance abuse, and government agencies are committed to the professional development and resulting high quality service to agency consumers fostered by the Network. Founded by Enterprise Community Partners and managed with the help of volunteers and a small staff, the Network is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.


The Network provides opportunities for human service workers to network, exchange information and resources, and to participate in low-cost trainings targeted to their needs.  The Network hosts monthly networking or training sessions on topics ranging from child care to legal services and operates a listserv.

How can the Network help me?

The Network can benefit you by offering a variety of relevant, affordable trainings and opportunities to Network with fellow human service providers across focus areas. The Network strives to offer multiple ways in which human service professionals can share best practices, learn from others in the field, become acclimated to the work at hand, and understand the myriad services available to participants throughout the state. Ideally, this moves the needle towards a mutually beneficial environment for professionals, employers and, most importantly, human services consumers. The Network conducts annual member surveys and analyzes data within the human services field to offer timely, impactful trainings that respond to the needs of workers and their clients in this ever-changing field.



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