When Winfield Scott Stratton died in 1902, his legacy was the creation of a home to care for the Pikes Peak region's poor.
More than a century later, the Myron Stratton Home is expanding that legacy, joining Partners in Housing, Peak Vista Community Health Centers, TESSA, and Early Connections Learning Centers to form the Stratton Consortium.
Early Connections Learning Centers provides high quality comprehensive early child care for all children.
The Myron Stratton Home continues to provide a home for the low-income elderly of El Paso County, by providing independent and assisted living to low income elderly people.
Partners in Housing provides families who are homeless with the opportunity for self-sufficiency through supportive services and transitional housing.
Peak Vista Community Health Centers is a nonprofit health center dedicated to medical and dental services for the uninsured and under-insured in the Pikes Peak region.
TESSA is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault in El Paso and Teller Counties by providing education and intervention services.
Together, we strive to foster a community of support and care for those in need.
The Myron Stratton Consortium is proud to have been a finalist for the 2012 Colorado Collaboration Award! We are honored by this recognition of the positive impact we are achieving together!
The Stratton Consortium is located on a beautiful 105 acre campus just off South Nevada Avenue (Hwy 115). Please see the Location page for a map and directions.