Non-Profit History and Current Board Members
In 2010, Routt County Crisis Support, formally known as The Steamboat Community Assistance Fund
was formed to allow firefighters the opportunity to offer emergency assistance to people following an event that was life changing. Through the years, this fund has offered hotel rooms to families following a car accident or fire. We have rented cars for people who lost theirs to an accident. We have purchased clothing, baby “gear” and appliances following house fires.
Through the years, this fund has grown. In 2017, the non-profit became a 501 (c)(3)
Thanks to community support, we are now able to offer the following services:
- Routt County Emergency Assistance
- 1st Responder Mental Health Assistance
- Community Crisis Response Team
Our vision is to continue to grow and support this amazing community and offer support during and after a crisis.
Executive Director email@example.com
Molly has lived in Routt County for most of her life with much of her time spent working in local schools and the hospital providing counseling services. After 16 years providing crisis support services in the emergency department at Yampa Valley Medical Center and being trained in Critical Incident Debriefing, moving into supporting Routt County Crisis Support was a natural fit.
Becky Sherrill Slamal
Becky is a Steamboat native and cares deeply about the well-being of our community. She is the Operations & Community Engagement Manager at the Heart of Steamboat United Methodist Church. She has a Master's degree in Counseling, was a member of the Crisis Support Team at UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center, and has worked in the non-profit field for over 25 years.
Justin is an attorney with a small solo practice in Steamboat with experience in indigent criminal defense and best interest representation for children. He is also a part-time EMT at Memorial Health in Craig, and a volunteer on Routt County Search and Rescue and Routt County Community Crisis Response. Justin believes that mental health and trauma prevention are paramount to a healthy community and aspires to help RCCS advance those causes.
Board Vice President firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzi has been in the valley since 2001. Since 2005 she has worked for the local nonprofit, Northwest Colorado Health, where she currently holds the position of Senior Director of Marketing and Development. She is passionate about advocating for organizations making a difference in our local community where she lives with her husband and son.
Julie is a nurse at Yampa Valley Medical Center. In her current role she manages the trauma program at YVMC and has been in the valley since 2001. Having been passionate about making sure all patients get quality care as soon as they have an injury, she is now turning that focus to advocating those who care for patients, their families and our local community. Julie, her husband and their two rescue pups enjoy everything our special mountain community offers.