The Grand Futures Community Partnership was founded in 1990 in Grand County, Colorado as a division of the 14th Judicial District Attorney's Office. The agency's primary focus was to provide substance abuse prevention activities, education, and training to youth and adults in Grand County.
In 1995, Grand Futures expanded in to Moffat and Routt Counties to become Grand Futures Prevention Coalition (GFPC). Since that time, GFPC has demonstrated an impressive ability to build community collaboration and implement effective substance abuse prevention programs, thus distinguishing itself as a provider of high-quality services throughout northwestern Colorado.
In 1997, GFPC obtained its 501(c)(3) status and separated from the District Attorney's office. Throughout the past years, Grand Futures has remained true to its mission and goals and has diversified its funding, currently receiving financial support from a variety of state and federal grants as well as from local donations and grantmaking foundations.
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