FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS


Aurora Community  Connections 

ACC's mission is to develop the capacities of under-served families, increase access to resources and promote social equity. ACC simultaneously promotes family self-sufficiency and mobilizes residents from the local community to contribute their time and skills to help other families. In its short time as a nonprofit organization, ACC has built trust with local residents and created a strong approach for community outreach. 

  • 9801 East Colfax Avenue #200, Aurora, CO 80010
  • (720) 975-0147

Families Forward Resource Center

When a family calls, Families Forward Resource Center advocates tap into a network of community resources to find the assistance it needs. Some of the support provided to families includes referrals to community resources, assistance with family visitation, crisis counseling, emergency utility assistance, and enrollment in public benefits. 

  • 1085 Peoria Street Suite 119 Aurora, CO 80011
  • (303) 307-0718 

 


Colorado Family Life Center

Colorado Family Life Center (CFLC) offers free, one-on-one classes to Aurora and Denver Metro area residents. Class topics include pregnancy, breastfeeding, parenting, fatherhood, safety, relationships, life-skills, and more. Both fathers and mothers are welcome and encouraged to seek support at CFLC. Our "Earn While You Learn" program assists parents through pregnancy and parenthood. Our priority is to serve teen, first-time, and at-risk parents.

  • 1072 Chambers Road Aurora, CO 80011
  • 303-366-1072

 

Denver Indian Family Resource Center 

Denver Indian Family Resource Center was created to assist American Indian children and families in the metropolitan Denver area with child welfare issues. Our goal is to assist families to avoid involvement with the child welfare system. Where families have already encountered child abuse or neglect charges, we advocate for active efforts toward family reunification following the standards of the Indian Child Welfare Act. 

  • 4407 Morrison Road Suite100, Denver, CO 80219
  • (303)871.8035

Family Resource Center Association 

The Family Resource Center Association (FRCA) provides public advocacy, capacity building, and resource development to strengthen our statewide network of Family Resource Centers. For over 20 years, we have worked with our member centers to improve how support is provided to local families and to supply Colorado Families with the knowledge and tools needed to become self-reliant.

  • 1888 Sherman St, Suite 100 Denver, CO 80203
  • (303) 388-1001

 

The Family Resource Center at Denver Children's Home 

 The Family Resource Center's mission is to provide supportive services to Denver Children's Home families and Denver through partnerships with other service providers in a collaborative effort to help families work to ensure safe and stable environments for their children. The Family Resource Center works with our community partners to strengthen families. 

  • 1501 Albion St Denver, CO 80220 
  •  (303) 399-4890

 

 


The Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center (FRC) is open to all residents of the City of Boulder with a child up to 19 years of age or families with a child enrolled in a Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) school within the city limits of Boulder.  The FRC partners with the entire family to help them become stronger in key areas that affect family stability.

  • 290 Manhattan Drive Boulder, CO 80303
  • (720)279-7027

CHILD PLACEMENT AGENCY 

Providing foster and group homes with therapeutic services for children and youth, birth to eighteen years old, to assist in family reunification and youth emancipation. Savio House will recruit, train, certify and supervise family group and foster care homes. The Child Placement Agency service is either a direct placement or a step down transition from RTC/RCCF services, and will also serve children not currently benefiting and/or engaged in one of Savio House treatment programs.

  • 325 King Street Denver, CO 80219
  • (303) 225-4100