Denver Children's Home provides prevention, intervention, and treatment programs that assist children, adolescents, and families. Services include:
- Daytime Treatment Program
- Residential Program
- Community-Based Services
Denver Children's Home Restores hope and health to traumatized children and families through a comprehensive array of therapeutic, educational, and community-based services.
The Ladies Relief Society formed Denver Orphans Home in 1876 in order to take care of the orphans being brought in to build railroads and work in the mines of Colorado. In 1902, the home moved to its current location at 1501 Albion Street. It is a 50-room complex, designed by prominent Denver architects Willis A Marean and Albert J Norton. The building's interior looks the same as the day it was built in 1902.
Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson counties
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A referral is required from Social Services or their school
Youth who suffer from a variety of problems including behavioral difficulties and major psychiatric disorders