About Tri-Lakes HAP
The Tri-Lakes HAP was established in 1996 as a 501(c)(3) organization serving Monument, Palmer Lake, Woodmoor, Gleneagle and the unincorporated areas of northern El Paso County.
Board of Directors
Ted Rinebarger (President)
Dave Betzler (Vice President)
Linda Dameron (Secretary)
Colleen Garwood (Treasurer)
Larry Lawrence (director)
Leslie Mundy (director)
Dave Van Ness (director)
Anne Seglem (director)
Mark Seglem (director)
Download 2012 Annual Report
Tri-Lakes HAP Mission
Address community health issues through:
a) a comprehensive volunteer-driven approach focused broadly on citizen and community health needs;
b) a maturing portfolio of specific programs targeted to meet identified citizen health needs; and
c) development of the necessary, sustainable community resource base of participants, volunteers and leaders.
To fulfill the mission, Tri-Lakes HAP ...
Serves as a health and wellness information and resource clearinghouse for the Tri-Lakes community.
Develops and supports community programs contributing to the health and well-being of the Tri-Lakes residents.
Serves as a pro-active community forum for identification, assessment and prioritization of community health needs and capabilities (physical, mental, wellness, social, economic/financial).
Develops active and inclusive health-related collaborative partnerships with community groups and organizations as well as citizens to harness and optimize all available community resources.
Provides Tri-Lakes residents and community leaders with extensive volunteer opportunities in administrative, technical and program/project leadership roles.
Tri-Lakes HAP Vision
For the growing and diversifying Tri-Lakes area, our Vision is a community with: expanded and strengthened health services and support; educated, aware, supported and empowered individuals and organizations; and an integrated partnership network that optimizes community health capabilities and effectiveness.