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The Collaborative Foster Care Program works with many partners in the Denver Metro Area to better assist the kids and families within the program. Please scroll through this page to find out more about them.
Adopt Colorado Kids finds homes for children in Colorado’s foster system who are waiting to be adopted. Adopt Colorado Kids works with professional photographers and videographers to give Colorado’s kids a face and a voice to connect them with prospective families. ACK collaborates with the faith based community, businesses, and public venues to bring the community together in order to find loving families for Colorado’s kids. We work monthly with venues to host the Heart Gallery and provide recruitment and informational events on foster care and adopting through the foster system. Our hope is that someone will see them, choose them, adopt them, and love them forever.
Contact: Jaahlah Neerhof
More information: Adopt Colorado Kids website
The Adoption Exchange is a non-profit 501(c)(3) child welfare organization that was founded in 1983 to help establish safety and permanence in the lives of foster children. Although the Exchange was initially an exchange point for caseworkers to discuss placement of children with families seeking to adopt in the Rocky Mountain region, the organization has grown considerably over the years and engenders a powerful impact on national trends in child welfare.
Today, The Adoption Exchange continues to innovate the adoption process by working towards creating a world where every waiting child will find a permanent family.
Contact: Shelly Linenberger
More information: Adoption Exchange website
Established in January 2010, B.A.C.A. Rocky Mountain has been empowering Denver area abused children to not live in fear. As a United Organization of Bikers we have been delivering our unique type of support to our wounded friends all over the Front Range.
More information: BACA website
More information about this partner organization to come.
Contact: Mike Kilman
More information: Castle Rock Recreation Center website
Information about partner organization to come.
Contact: Heather Lowe or Erin White
More information: Cherry Hills Community Church website
Contact: Kristi Griffith Jones
More information: Colorado Department of Human Services website
We connect diverse people, organizations and resources in impacting our local and global communities with a transforming love, through mercy missions and empowerment solutions.
We seek to reflect Christ through our compassionate service, creative expressions, collaborative and meaningful relationships.
We partner with individuals, churches, schools and mission organizations to provide an innovative environment that encourages practical learning, growth and transformation.
Contact: Jeanette DeHerrera
More information: Confluence Ministries website
Contact: Gretchen Hardy
More information: Golden High School website
Information about this partner organization to come.
Contact: Sean Newman or Greg Staut
More information: Grace Chapel website
Contact: Josh Gonzales or Marcus Pillar
More information: Jubilee Fellowship Church website
H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Excel) is a non-profit program created by employees of the Arapahoe County Department of Human Services in Colorado that seeks to fill the needs of local individuals and families that can't be met by formal welfare programs.
Established in 1992, H.O.P.E. provides goods and services to children who are victims of abuse or neglect, vulnerable seniors in the adult protection system, and struggling families and individuals in crisis.
Contact: Nicki Watson
More information: Arapahoe County HOPE web page
Contact: Steve Skundberg
More information: Littleton Police Department website
Contact: Kaleo George
More information: Mile High Vineyard Church website
Contact: Kimberly Reiser and Susan Settergren-Harman
More information: Picken's Technical College website
Project 1.27 acts as a bridge between the church community and kids in foster care that need families. Through the training and support of foster and adoptive parents, families are better prepared and encouraged throughout their journey. Project 1.27 also partners with local churches and agencies in order to recruit more families and smooth the way for parent certification.
Contact: Matt Fons or Shelly Radic
More information: Project 1.27 website
More information on this partner organization to come.
Contact: Heather Thompson or Kim Web
More information: Royal Family Kids Camp website
Contact: Anna Miller
More information: Shiloh House website
Contact: Cody Mitts
More information: Solid Grounds Coffee House website
Contact: Rhona Bilek
More information: Stonegate Community website
Contact: Marnie Gonzalez
More information: Trailblazer Elementary website
Contact: Lorrie Underwood
More information: Westernaires website
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