Human Resource Coalition of Moffat County

About Moffat HRC

The Human Resource Council (HRC) is a group of agency representatives and individuals with a vested interest in local community service affairs. The purpose of the HRC is to provide support funding and information to its members, collaboratively seek financial support, act as a collective voice, coordinate services to avoid duplication, and increase awareness regarding community service needs and activities.

Open HRC Grant Reviewer Position

Thank you for your interest in volunteering to serve on the Moffat County Human Service Coalition Grant Review Committee. The grant review committee makes recommendations for funding to Craig and the Moffat County Board of County Commissioners each year. The Human Resource Coalition (HRC) grant review committee has two-year terms renewable three times.

Responsibilities of the grant reviewer:

  1. Must be willing to read 20 to 30 grants in the fall timeframe.
  2. Can attend review meetings and an all-day hearing.
  3. Understand the Moffat County communities.
  4. Familiarity with budgets and finances preferred.

To apply click below to download the application and email it as an attachment to

For questions, please contact Jen Bruen at 970-879-5605.

Grant Allocation Commitee

To achieve this, the City, County, and United Way, a local non-profit organization with a similar role, have decided to collaborate and form a cooperative committee. This committee aims to involve the community in the process of receiving, evaluating, and allocating funds from the City and County to local organizations. It is important to note that these organizations must not be fraternal, religious, or political in nature, but rather serve the public good and benefit both the City and County. By working together, the City, County, and United Way can streamline the grant allocation process.

Grants and Funding

Funding applications are available on the first of November each year and due back around the middle of January. The applications are reviewed in February and the funding is granted by April 15th of the funding year. An expense report is due by April of the following year or when the funds are expended whichever occurs first.


Membership is open to agencies, service providers, and individuals that represent an interest in the community service profession. Members will receive notification from United Way of the Yampa Valley about all meetings and other pertinent information. Annual dues are $50 and give the agency or individual one vote on all business coming before the HRC. If a representative of an agency does not attend three consecutive meetings, membership and voting privileges will be terminated for the year.

Human Resource Coalition (HRC) Annual Grant Cycle for 2024

  • July /August – United Way applied for City/County funding
  • Mid-November Community Force Trainings (Nov 9. 2 p.m., Nov. TBD, and one in Dec.)
  • Admin Community Force Training in early December
  • November 27– Grant Application Open
  • January 12, 2024 – Grant Applications Due
  • January 15, 2024 – Grants Reviewed by Allocation Committee
  • January 22, 2024 – All Review Committee Questions sent to Applicants
  • January 29 – All Answers are Due to Review Committee
  • February –Thursday, Feb 8 (or 15th) 1-4 pm Allocations Committee Meets to Deliberate
  • Early March – Award Letters are sent to Applicants.
  • Early April – Full Payments Mailed

November 9th Community Force Training

Current Moffat County Health and Human Service Agency Partners

  • Bear River Young Life
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Brighter World Child Advocacy Center
  • CASA
  • Colorado Legal Services
  • Community Budget Center
  • Connections 4 Kids
  • Goal Academy
  • Hope Pregnancy Center
  • Horizons
  • Integrated Community
  • Love Inc
  • Memorial Regional Health
  • Mind Springs Health
  • Moffat County DHS
  • Moffat County Human Society
  • Moffat County Public Health
  • Moffat County Youth Services
  • Northwest Colorado Center for Independence
  • Northwest Colorado Health
  • Open Heart Advocates
  • Partners for Youth
  • Pioneers Medical Center
  • Senior Social Center
  • The Health Partnership
  • Yampa Valley Community Foundation