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Experienced Care During Challenging Times

Love, Inspiration and Guidance for the Mountain Community

Stories from the Heart

Mount Evans Named the Top Company in Health Care

An Award-Winning Family

ColoradoBiz Magazine Names Mount Evans the Top Health Care Company in 2020 Despite all the uncertainty we are all surrounded by in Colorado this year – a

Sallie Wandling, Senior Director of Camp Comfort

Sallie Wandling

As the founder of Camp Comfort, Sallie knows that the key to camp is that children can look around and realize, ‘I’m not alone in my grief.’ “Seeing children evolve and open up during their weekend grief journey is amazing. The hugs, the conversation, and the smiles are worth everything. To provide such a safe and fun place where a child can be silent or crying in a support group and then be joyful when they are participating in an activity is truly heartwarming. Camp Comfort is simply a part of my heart.”

Two health care professionals with patient in wheel chair holding a "Veterans Appreciation" certificate.

We Honor Veterans

There are more than 18.2 million Veterans in the United States who have protected and served our country. Of these, more than half, are over the age of 65. There is a growing recognition, both here at Mount Evans and throughout the country, of the need to provide Veteran-centered care to our servicemen and servicewomen.

Doug Spencer, Past Board Chair - Our Heart is in the Home

Doug Spencer

“In my experience, it’s rare to find an organization where 100% of the team is so passionately committed to the work of the organization and that is just remarkable. When we bring that passion, the commitment, the kindness, the care—that has an impression on people. We work for the community, we serve the community, and we’re supported by the community. and I just think that’s the heartbeat of Mount Evans and our mountain community.”

How Camp Comfort Helps Heal Heartbreak

Every child who loses a loved one carries inside them a story desperate to be told. At Camp Comfort, they can tell it. We are pleased to share Brandon Heeley’s story below. It’s a story of how Camp Comfort helps heal heartbreak.

Painting by Aaron's father, Roger Ambrosier, titled "Sacred Silence". Landscape painting showing storm clouds over a winding meadow stream at sunset.

Aaron Ambrosier’s Story

Night fell upon the Ambrosier family in September of 2015. Evergreen husband and father Aaron Ambrosier, 44, checked into St. Anthony’s Hospital with headaches and vision problems. He was given a heartbreaking diagnosis.

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