About Us

Founded in Colorado in 2013, Coldspring Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving nonprofits and other organizations in the fields of health, social services, education, and therapeutic services. We’ve trained thousands of people in the helping professions. We are guided by a board of volunteers who are passionate about fostering healing in our world, organizations, staff, and individuals seeking services.

Our Vision
Our vision is for all people receiving care in the human services sector to have access to skilled and compassionate professionals and programs that build:

  • Clients who are empowered and resilient
  • Staff and services that are healthy, strategic, and effective
  • Organizations that are sanctuaries for learning, care, and client-centered service
  • Communities that are compassionate, resilient, and actively working to break the cycle of trauma

Our Mission
Coldspring Center for Social & Health Innovation's mission is to improve the social, emotional, and physical health of individuals and communities in need throughout the world.

Bettina Harmon, M.Div., Coldspring President, specializes in program development, implementation and evaluation; project management; continuous quality improvement; and grant compliance and accountability. Her experience includes 23 year in the HIV services field providing both direct care and leadership. Bettina has expertise in the development, implementation, and administration of technology solutions for service organizations and collaborative systems of care. Bettina has also worked with organizations and systems of care to implement quality assurance and quality improvement programs to assure evidence-based, quality services to diverse consumer populations. As a trainer, Bettina focuses on assisting service providers to more skillfully support their clients and patients utilizing the theories of harm reduction, motivational interviewing, and trauma-informed care. She also uses these theories and concepts with program supervisors and managers with the goal of supporting the development of healthy teachers and mentors. Contact Bettina at: 720.336.0362 or harmon@coldspringcenter.org

Dominique Rosendo, MPH, CHES®, Project Manager/Trainer, is passionate about education, wellness, and social equity. Dominique is a Certified Health Education Specialist who holds a Master's in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health, a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, and a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts. Dominique's professional experiences range from working in student affairs in higher education supporting students with historically marginalized identities, to providing direct care for individuals with developmental disabilities, to working with the City and County of Denver to develop equity resources including a comprehensive Equity Language Guide. In many ways, Dominique's lived experiences and identities inform the intersectional and interdisciplinary systems lens through which she understands health and social issues. Dominique believes that being an impactful educator and advocate for health and social equity requires committing to a journey as a lifelong learner which she embodies through her research, community engagement, service, and activism. Contact Dominique at: 720.314.8261 or rosendo@coldspringcenter.org
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