Attention Homes

 
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way Mile High United Way - MHUW
General Information
Description of AgencyOffers two programs, the Adolescent Residential Care Program and The Source, a runaway and homeless youth shelter.
MissionTo provide opportunities for at-risk youth to change their lives by offering shelter, community-based living, and teaching of life skills necessary for an independent future.
HistoryAttention Homes was founded in 1966 by Judge Horace Holmes, then-chief probation officer John Hargadine, and a Bible study group from the Methodist Church. It was believed that youth could be better served in a residential setting rather than in a detention center.
LocationBoulder County
Geographic AreaBoulder County
Intake ProcedureCall or visit the website for more information.
Agency TypeNonprofit
 
Client Information
EligibilityThe Residential Care Program is for youth ages 12 - 18; overnight services at The Source are available to youth ages 15 - 20; day drop-in services are provided to youth up to age 24.
 
Availability
Hours of OperationMonday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Main Office)
 
Contact Information
Contact's NameChris Nelson
Contact's PositionDirector of Programs
Physical Site Address 11443 Spruce St
Physical Site City, State, ZipBoulder, CO 80302
Main Phone(303) 447-1206
Other Phone(303) 447-1207 (The Source Shelter)
Emailcontactah@attentionhomes.org
Web Addresshttp://www.attentionhomes.org/
 
Director Information
Director's NameClaire Clurman
Director's PositionExecutive Director
 
Additional Information
Date Agency Entered1/25/1996
United Way Partner AgencyX
SourceMHUW
 
Affiliated Programs and Services
This Agency: Attention Homes
Affiliated Programs: Adolescent Residential Care - Attention Homes
The Source - Attention Homes
Affiliated Services: Adolescent Services (Adolescent Residential Care) - Attention Homes
Runaway and Homeless Youth Shelter (The Source) - Attention Homes