Districts & SIG's

District Map

Special Interest Group (SIG) 2

Electronic SIG with no geographical boundaries. This group "meets" and communicates entirely by email.

SIG 2 Contact: Colleen Casper info@coloradonurses.org 

District 3

Colorado Springs Area including the cities of Castle Rock, Colorado Springs, Parker, Sedalia, Peyton, and Woodland Park. This district includes the following counties: Teller, El Paso, Lincoln, Kit Carson, Cheyenne, Elbert, Park, Lake, and southern parts of Douglas.

DNA 3 Contact: Anne Zobec anne@dzobec.com 

District 4

Pueblo and Southeast Colorado including the cities of Pueblo, Canon City, Arlington, and Salida. This district includes the following counties: Pueblo, Huerfano, Las Animas, Chaffee, Otero, Bent, Prowers, Kiowa, Crowley, Bava, and Fremont.

DNA 4 Contact: Kathryn CarpenterKathryn Carpenter 

District 5

Western Slope including the cities of Grand Junction, Delta, Montrose, and Fruita. This district includes the following counties: Moffat, Routt, Jackson, Rio Blanco, Grand, Garfield, Eagle, Mesa, Delta, Pitkin, Gunnison, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel, Dolores, and Hinsdale.

DNA 5 Contact: Kristy Reuss kreuss@coloradomesa.edu

District 6

San Luis Valley (South Central Colorado) including the city Alamosa. This district includes the following counties: Saguache, Custer, Mineral, Rio Grande, Alamosa, Conejos, and Costilla.

DNA 6 Contact: Charlotte LeDonne charlotte@slvhec.org

District 7

Southwest Colorado including the cities Durango and Cortez. This district includes the following counties: Montezuma, La Plata, San Juan, and Archuleta.

DNA 7 Contact: Terry Schumaker terrysschu@gmail.com 

District 9

Fort Collins and surrounding area including the cities of Fort Collins, Loveland, Estes Park, Windsor, and Bellvue. This district includes Larimer County.

DNA 9 Contact: Colleen Casper info@coloradonurses.org

District 12

Boulder and the surrounding area including the cities Boulder, Lafayette, Louisville, Broomfield, Longmont, Superior, and Arvada (80005). This district includes the following counties: Boulder and Broomfield.

DNA 12 Contact: Colleen Casper info@coloradonurses.org

District 16

East Metro Denver including the cities of Denver, Aurora, Englewood, and Centennial. This district includes the following counties: Denver, Arapahoe, and parts of Adams and Douglas.

DNA 16 Contact: Nan Morgan nanmrn@msn.com

District 20

West Metro Denver and the foothills area including the cities of Lakewood, most of Arvada, Golden, Evergreen, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, and Idaho Springs. This district includes the following counties: Jefferson, Clear Creek, Summit, Gilpin, parts of Douglas and Arapahoe.

DNA 20 Contact: Kathryn Wood kjwood52@msn.com

District 23

North East Metro Denver including the cities of Westminster, Northglenn, Brighton, Commerce City, Thornton, and Denver (80216). This district includes the following counties: most of Adams.

DNA 23 Contact: Tonya Hunt hunttonya56@gmail.com

Special Interest Group (SIG) 30

Colorado Society for Advanced Practice Nurses (CSAPN). The CSAPN provides a forum by which nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse midwives, and nurse anesthetists can enrich their professional practice. It also promotes the role of the advanced practice nurse.

SIG 30 Contact: Stacey Wall, 4wallz@comcast.net

For more information on SIG 30, please visit the SIG 30 Website.

Special Interest Group (SIG) 31

Colorado Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses (CAPPN). CAPPN was founded in 1978, by clinical specialists interested in fostering quality mental health services, promotes the individual's potential as well as the advancement of the practice of clinical specialists in psychiatric nursing.

SIG 31 Contact: Caiti Collins wordgirl54@gmail.com

For more information on SIG 31, please visit the SIG 31 Website.