Stratton Consortium  

TESSA is proud to be a member of the Stratton Consortium

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, TESSA is helping to continue and expand that legacy, joining together with the Myron Stratton Home, Partners in Housing  and Peak Vista Community Health Centers to form the Stratton Consortium.  Together we strive to foster a community of support and care for those in need.

The Myron Stratton Home continues to provide a home for the low-income elderly of El Paso County.

Partners in Housing provides homeless families and children the opportunity for self-sufficiency.

Peak Vista Community Health Centers are nonprofit health centers dedicated to medical and dental services for the uninsured and underinsured in the Pikes Peak Region.

You can visit their websites, either by clicking on the links above or the logos below.





Love is Respect provides peer mentors 24/7 online, by text and by phone for youth and young adults.


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