Southern Ute Indian Tribe cuts funding to social services nonprofit

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Southern Ute Indian Tribe cuts funding to social services nonprofit

Some programs to continue with limited capacity
Southern Ute Community Action Programs runs Head Start in Ignacio, among other social service programs. SUCAP had a $7.4 million budget and 118 employees in 2016, making it one of the largest nonprofits in La Plata County. The Southern Ute Indian Tribe announced this week it is cutting support to the nonprofit.

Southern Ute Indian Tribe cuts funding to social services nonprofit

Southern Ute Community Action Programs runs Head Start in Ignacio, among other social service programs. SUCAP had a $7.4 million budget and 118 employees in 2016, making it one of the largest nonprofits in La Plata County. The Southern Ute Indian Tribe announced this week it is cutting support to the nonprofit.

Southern Ute Indian Tribe cuts funding to social services nonprofit

Children play in their Head Start classroom in November in the Southern Ute Museum. Head Start had to move its classrooms last fall after asbestos was found in its old building on the Southern Ute campus.
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