Manna Resource Center exists to break through barriers to self-sufficiency and mental wellness. Through holistic programs, community connection, and collaborative support, cycles will be broken, families will be strengthened, and lives will be transformed.
New applicants to Manna Resource Center can expect to meet with one of our friendly coaches who will work with them to explore the perfect program for their current needs. Read on to discover some of what our programs have to offer those in our community.
Manna Connect is a personal development program that provides participants with community, coaching, and career skill advancement as they identify and overcome barriers to self-sufficiency and wholeness.
Professional life coaching
Career support and certification programs
Friendly community support
Mental health services
Support in achieving greater self-sufficiency
Family Center of Douglas County
The Family Center of Douglas County is a partnership of Catholic Charities of Central Colorado and Manna Resource Center. We strive to connect family members to community resources. Our goal is to help families strengthen and sustain healthy relationships and achieve greater stability.
Access to community resources
Quality case management
Peer support and parent education
Enrollment in Human Service benefits
Manna Community Wellness
Manna Community Wellness offers individual and family psychotherapy sessions for participants in the Manna Connect and Family Center programs. Our aim is to support the overall health and wellbeing of participants as they pursue their goals.
Individualized care plans to support overall health a wellbeing
Since 2009 Erin has worked in the field of social work, focusing on the areas of poverty, homelessness, foster care, and adoption. She feels called to serve her neighbors and to help them break down barriers to reach wholeness in their lives. When not working, Erin enjoys time with her family and pets, reading, and watching her favorite sports teams.
With a degree in International Relations, Lindsey has spent over 10 years in the nonprofit sector. She is passionate about setting the table for her community to experience dignity and the ability for each individual's story to thrive. When not working, you will likely find Lindsey in her garden, going for a run, playing with her twin boys, or getting lost in the mountains.
River leverages her BA. in Rhetoric & Writing with dual associates in Graphic Design and Marketing/Management to inspire financial support for the mission of MRC. She grounds her appeals in a passionate belief that we are all at our best when we are serving and investing in others. With additional education of an MA in Theology, she served non profits in nine countries. River is the mom of five children, one dog and a cat. She is an avid reader, artist and a lover of sunshine and travel.
Manna Connect Career Coach
With a background in Health Sciences and Project Management, LuCinda has been coaching clients since 2015 and joined the Manna Connect team in 2021. She brings her compassion and personable approach to create a safe place for all individuals to be seen and heard. Her goal is to facilitate and celebrate her clients’ journeys to self-discovery and accomplishments. Outside of work, LuCinda enjoys time with her husband and 2 children, walking the family dog, and reading for the joy of learning.
Family Center of Douglas County Coach
With a servant's heart, Maria has responded personally and professionally to come alongside those in need of help. She joined the Family Center team in 2021 and is passionate about serving and encouraging others to become their best version of themselves. Maria comes from a diverse background of business, education, and social work. When not working, Maria enjoys spending time with her family, training her puppy, and exercising outdoors.
Family Support Coach
With a background in non-profit and case management, Elise has been working closely with individuals in her community since 2012. She is passionate about providing a safe space for others to share their stories and enjoys assisting them with making community connections that can improve their lives and the lives of their loved ones. When she is not working, you can find Elise somewhere cozy with a good book, exploring the outdoors with her husband and daughter, and walking her two crazy dogs.
With a degree in Psychology and a minor in Human Services, Kaylee has spent the last 4 years working with adult and graduate students in higher education settings. She joined MRC in 2022 and feels called to serve others within her community. She is passionate about promoting wellness within individuals and families. When not working, Kaylee enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going on walks, and reading.
With a degree in Psychology and pursuing a masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Autumn is passionate about walking alongside others as they seek healing to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives. Whether it is through the counseling process or within administrative work, she is eager to serve her local community and looks for ways to assist those around her in growing closer to their goals. When she’s not in the office, you can find her enjoying a good book or hiking in the mountains with her husband and two huskies.