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    Taxonomy Code: PH-6500.1500-140

    Programs that accept and respond to reports of child abuse or neglect. Services include assessment of the initial referral, assignment of an appropriate response time, consultation with the family to determine the nature of the problem and do initial case planning, and emergency placement services if the child is removed from the family by the police.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adult and Child Protection - Grand County Department of Social ServicesGovernment Social Services Agency that provides programs and assistance to the people of Grand County. Specifically Child Protection that assists children in danger or neglect and Adult Protection that assists seniors and disabled individuals with dangers and neglect.Grand CountyGrand County Department of Social ServicesGrand County Department of Social Services
    Adult and Child Protection Jackson County - Jackson County Social ServicesIntervenes with or on the behalf of an at-risk adult to correct or alleviate situations in which actual or imminent danger of abuse, neglect or exploitation exists. Child Protection is for children whose physical, mental or emotional wellbeing is threatened by actions or omissions of parents, legal guardians or custodians, or other certified persons responsible for care. Jackson CountyJackson County Social ServicesJackson County Social Services
    Child Abuse/Protection Reporting - Yuma County - Department of Social ServicesThe Child Protection Intake Unit is responsible for investigating allegations of abuse or neglect of children from birth until the age of 18. The primary responsibility of the Intake Unit is to assess for safety and provide protection to children who are battered and abused, severely neglected, and/or dependent.Yuma CountyYuma County - Department of Social ServicesYuma County - Department of Social Services
    Child/Adult Protection Services - Larimer County Department of Human ServicesProvides access for citizens and mandated reporters to report allegations of child abuse and adult abuse and or neglect. Also offers foster placement, kinship care services, and adoption services. Other protection services include: - Risk assessment - Crisis resolution - Individual and family education around protective issues - Referrals to and coordination with service providers - Financial management - Guardianship - Placement and care coordination - Detention screening - Individual and family counseling for youth ages 10-18 who face issues of delinquent behavior, mental health emergencies, and parent-child conflicts. Larimer CountyChildren, Youth and Family Services - Larimer County Department of Human ServicesLarimer County Department of Human Services
    Child/Adult Protective Services - Baca County Department of Social ServicesAddresses children, adolescents, and adults at risk of abuse, neglect, or exploitation, as well as adolescents in serious conflict with their family or community.Baca CountyPublic Assistance Programs - Baca County Department of Social ServicesBaca County Department of Social Services
    Child and Adult Protective Services - Moffat County Department of Social ServicesProvides casework and protective services to adults who may be abused, exploited, or neglected, children who are abused and/or neglected, children who need a permanent home, adoptive studies, and foster home studies.Moffat CountyMoffat County Department of Social ServicesMoffat County Department of Social Services
    Child Protection and Child Abuse Hotline (900 Jefferson Cty Pkwy) - Jefferson County Human ServicesInvestigates allegations and provides protective services to children and youth who are at-risk or are victims of child abuse or neglect. A 24-hour/7 days a week hotline is available for reporting child abuse. Also provides services and support for children, youth and families currently in the child welfare system.Jefferson County900 Jefferson Cty Pkwy - Jefferson County Human ServicesJefferson County Human Services
    Child Protection and Welfare Services - Department of Human Services (Sedgwick County)The Child Protection Intake Unit is responsible for investigating allegations of abuse or neglect of children from birth until the age of 18. The primary responsibility of the Intake Unit is to assess for safety and provide protection to children who are battered and abused, severely neglected, and/or dependent.Sedgwick CountySedgwick County - Department of Human ServicesSedgwick County - Department of Human Services
    Child Protection and Welfare - Washington County / Department of Social ServicesThe Child Protection Intake Unit is responsible for investigating allegations of abuse or neglect of children from birth until the age of 18.Washington CountyWashington County - Department of Social ServicesWashington County - Department of Social Services
    Child Protection Hotline-Mesa CountyThe Child Protection Intake Team at the Mesa County Department of Human Services is charged with the task of conducting assessments of referrals received from a variety of sources which allege possible abuse or neglect of children from birth through age 17 who reside in Mesa County.Mesa CountyMesa County Department of Human ServicesMesa County Department of Human Services
    Child Protection Program - Rio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesPrevents or remedies neglect, abuse, or exploitation of children unable to protect their own interests. All calls are confidential and abuse or neglect can be reported 24 hours/7 days a week through the Statewide toll free number. Rio Blanco CountyRio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesRio Blanco County Department of Social Services
    Child Protection Referrals - La Plata County Department of Human ServicesServices provided include referrals, investigation, voluntary services, court-ordered services, and out-of-home placement if necessary. When reports of suspected child abuse or neglect are received, the Department of Human Services evaluates the situation to determine if the child is at imminent risk of harm.La Plata CountyChildren & Family Services-La Plata DHSLa Plata County Department of Human Services
    Child Protection Services (Boulder Office) - Boulder County Housing and Human ServicesColorado has one toll-free phone number to report child abuse and neglect 24 hours/7 days a week, 365 days a year. Call the Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437) to report concerns about a child’s safety and well-being. All calls are confidential and will be routed to the county where a child resides. Boulder County’s Child Welfare screening line at (303) 441-1309 is fully integrated with the state of Colorado’s Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline. Boulder CountyBoulder Office - Boulder County Housing and Human ServicesBoulder County Housing and Human Services
    Child Protection Services (Castleton Ct) - Douglas County Department of Human ServicesProvides child protection services for Douglas County.Douglas CountyCastleton Ct - Douglas County Department of Human ServicesDouglas County Department of Human Services
    Child Protection Services (CPS) - Alamosa CountyChild Protection Services (CPS) protects children whose physical, mental, or emotional well-being is threatened by the actions or neglect of parents, legal guardians, custodians, or persons responsible for providing out-of-home care, including foster parents, employee(s) of a residential chid care facility, and / or provider of family child care or center based child care. When you contact us, please provide as much of the following information as possible in regard to the child(ren) you are concerned about. The information is important to ensure the safety and welfare of the individuals involved. Child's Full Name Age Date of Birth Ethnicity Parents' Full Names Family's Valid Home Address Family's Phone Number Specific Concerns of Abuse/NeglectAlamosa CountyDepartmnet of Human Services (Alamosa) - Alamosa CountyAlamosa County
    Child Protection Services (CPS) - Cheyenne CountyChild Protection Services (CPS) employees work directly with families to strengthen a family’s ability to protect and care for their own children, minimize harm to children and youth, and ensure timely permanency planning. When safety is not possible within the family, services focus on the child’s need for a stable, permanent home as quickly as possible. Call (844) 264-5437 to report child abuse and neglect in Cheyenne County.Cheyenne CountyDepartment of Human Services (DHS) - Cheyenne CountyCheyenne County
    Child Protection Services (CPS) - Conejos County Dept of Social ServicesChild Protection Services (CPS) employees work directly with families to strengthen a family’s ability to protect and care for their own children, minimize harm to children and youth, and ensure timely permanency planning. When safety is not possible within the family, services focus on the child’s need for a stable, permanent home as quickly as possible. Call (844) 264-5437 to report child abuse and neglect in Conejos County.Conejos CountyDepartment of Social Services (Conejos)Conejos County
    Child Protection Services (CPS) - Costilla CountyCPS is facilitated by the county government dept. of Social Services. CPS protects children who are physical, mental, or emotional well-being is threatened by the actions or omissions of parents, legal guardians or custodians, or persons responsible for providing out-of-home care, including foster parent, and employee of a residential child care facility, and a provider of family child care or center-based child care.Costilla CountyCriminal Justice & Legal - Costilla CountyCostilla County
    Child Protection Services (CPS) - Saguache CountyChild Protection Services (CPS) protects children whose physical, mental, or emotional well-being is threatened by the actions or neglect of parents, legal guardians, custodians, or persons responsible for providing out-of-home care, including foster parents, employee(s) of a residential chid care facility, and / or provider of family child care or center based child care. Call to report child abuse or neglect 24/7.Saguache CountySaguache - Department of Social ServicesSaguache County
    Child Protection Services (Georgetown) - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesThe Child Welfare Unit is housed in the Clear Creek County Court House in Georgetown, and is comprised of a team of caseworkers and a Casework Supervisor. The program provides: - Adoption services - Child abuse investigations - Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) - Out-of-home placement - Referrals to community resourcesClear Creek CountyGeorgetown - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesClear Creek County Department of Health and Human Services
    Child Protection Services - Gilpin County Department of Human ServicesInvestigates and intervenes in suspected cases of child abuse and/or neglect. Reporting information is kept confidential.Gilpin CountyGilpin County Department of Human ServicesGilpin County Department of Human Services
    Child Protective Service (CPS) - El Paso County Department of Human Services (DHS)Child protective Services (CPS) assesses and checks into all child abuse and/or neglect allegations. Specific protocols are followed for each report. Services are directed toward alleviating danger in order to protect children, and if possible, keep the family intact. A 24-hour child abuse hotline is available for reporting child abuse and/or neglect situations. El Paso CountyColorado Springs - El Paso County Department of Human ServicesEl Paso County Department of Human Services
    Child Protective ServicesThe Child Welfare Unit is responsible for the investigation and assessment of allegations of child abuse and neglect. This includes the provision of intake and ongoing services to families. In light of the demographics of Delta County, casework duties are general in nature, so that workers provide a very wide range of services. These services include Child Protection, Foster Care, Adolescent Services, Adoption Services, Substance Abuse Counseling, and Intensive Individual and Family Counseling (both in house and by contract), as well as Offense Specific treatment for adolescent sex offenders. Additional services, which can be provided, include a Day Treatment program in partnership with Delta County Joint School District 51, a Mentoring program for adolescents, and Intensive Home-based Intervention services. Delta CountyDelta County Department of Human ServicesDelta County Department of Human Services
    Child Protective ServicesThe focus of this program is on protecting children from abuse and neglect and assisting parents in improving their parenting skills and preserving family unity. Primary objectives included family stability, child safety and permanency.Gunnison CountyGunnison County Dept. of Human Services - Gunnison County Health & Human ServicesGunnison County Health & Human Services
    Child Protective Services (7401 N Broadway) - Adams County Human Services DepartmentResponds to concerns about children and their families related to abuse, neglect, safety, etc.Adams County7401 N Broadway - Adams County Human Services DepartmentAdams County Human Services Department
    Child Protective Services - Arapahoe County Department of Human ServicesReceives and investigates reports of suspected child abuse or neglect. Situations needing intervention will include a variety of options to make the family and home safe for the child.Arapahoe CountyArapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)Arapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)
    Child Protective Services - Denver Human Services (DHS)Protects Denver's children and youth from harm by providing services and advocacy while also promoting family stability, respecting diversity, and working to strengthen family connections to community resources. Child Protective Services is responsible for investigating physical and sexual child abuse, child neglect, and working with families where abuse, neglect, or sexual abuse issues have been identified.Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Child Protective Services - Department of Human Services (Weld)The Child Protection Intake Unit is responsible for investigating allegations of abuse or neglect of children from birth until the age of 18. The primary responsibility of the Intake Unit is to assess for safety and provide protection to children who are battered and abused, severely neglected, and/or dependent. Weld CountyDepartment of Human Services (Weld)Department of Human Services (Weld)
    Child Protective Services - Elbert County Department of Health and Human ServicesProvides services to ensure the safety and well-being of children, including assessment, protection, ongoing support and reunification services. Elbert CountyElbert County Department of Health and Human ServicesElbert County Department of Health and Human Services
    Child Protective Services (Main Office) - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentThe Child, Adult, and Family Services Division mission is to ensure safety, permanency, and wellbeing for children who are suspected of and/or have been founded of being abused and/or neglected. Child Protective Services is located within the Broomfield Health and Human Services (BHHS) agency under the Child, Adult and Family Services Division. This Division provides child protective services for children in the City and County of Broomfield. If a caller suspects a child is abused and/or neglected, or is out of control of the parent, BHHS Child Protection can be utilized to report concerns. The Statewide Hotline number is 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437). Callers with concerns within the Broomfield region will be routed directly to BHHS for local assistance. The Broomfield Child, Adult and Family Services Division provides per the Colorado Children's Code: - Enhanced screening for calls received - Professional review to determine which of those calls meet criteria for assessment, child protection assessments, and/or investigations - Ongoing support services - Overall case management for children and familiesBroomfield CountyMain Office - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentBroomfield Health and Human Services Department
    Child Welfare (Peak One Drive) - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesProvides services intended to strengthen the ability of a family to protect and care for their own children, minimize harm to children and youth, and ensure timely permanency planning. Services are aimed at stabilizing the family situation and strengthening the family’s capacity to care for their children. When safety is not possible within the family, services are focused on the child’s need for a stable, permanent home as quickly as possible.Summit CountyPeak One Drive - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit County Department of Health and Human Services
    Child Welfare Program - Montrose County Department of Human ServicesReport any concerns in regards to a child's safety. This cn include emotional abuse, physical abuse, and neglect. If a case is opened there are multiple support services available to the family.Montrose CountyMontrose County Department of Human Services - Montrose Health & Human ServicesMontrose County Health and Human Services
    Child Welfare Services - Phillips County - Department of Social ServicesProvides services for children that must be placed or are at risk of placement outside of their homes for reasons of protection or community safety.Phillips CountyPhillips County - Department of Social ServicesPhillips County - Department of Social Services
    Child Welfare Services - Routt County Department of Human ServicesAssists families to protect and ensure the safety of their own children; minimizes harm to children and youth; and ensures permanency planning, or a stable, safe, structured environment. When appropriate, the main goal of Child Welfare is to keep the family intact. Persons reporting concerns for the abuse or neglect of a child shall be immune from liability, civil or criminal, if the reporting is done in good faith. The names and the identification of persons who report shall be kept confidential unless the court orders such a disclosure. Reporting parties may be called upon to testify in court proceedings if needed to safeguard the well-being of a reported child.Routt CountyRoutt County Department of Human ServicesRoutt County Department of Human Services
    Child Welfare (Teller) - TCDSSThis program addresses child, adolescent, and adults at risk of abuse, neglect, exploitation and adolescent in serious conflict with family / community. In-take / investigation assesses allegation which may lead to court decision of placement out of home. On-going case (will not be closed in 30 days or less) continues when risk present through reunification with family. For In-take / investigation cases contact x 3023. For On-going cases contact x 3022. Teller CountyCriminal Justice & Legal (Teller) - Department of Social Services (Teller)Department of Social Services (Teller)
    Department of Human Services (DHS) - Lincoln CountyThe Lincoln County Department of Human Services offers a multitude of services for those seeking financial assistance, adult / child protection, medicaid, food stamps etc. AVAILABLE PROGRAMS Adult Protection Aid to the Blind Aid to the Needy Disabled Child Care Assistance Program Child Support Enforcement Child Welfare Services - Child Protection, Adoption, Foster Parenting, Permanency Planning, CORE Services Colorado Works - TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) Food Assistance Program – SNAP- LEAP - Low Income Energy Assistance Program Medicaid - including Baby Care and Kids Care programs and Medicaid Transportation CHP+ Old Age Pension Options for Long Term Care - services provided in partnership with Kit Carson County, phone 719-346-8732Lincoln CountyHugo - Lincoln County Department of Human ServicesLincoln County
    Dependency & Neglect (El Paso) - CASA of the Pikes Peak RegionThe Dependency and Neglect Advocacy program provides a volunteer's voice in court when there are issues of child abuse and neglect and when the court orders CASA involvement.El Paso CountyCriminal Justice & Legal (El Paso) - CASA of the Pikes Peak RegionCASA of the Pikes Peak Region
    Gunnison County Department of Health & Human ServicesOur family and adult programs assist individuals in reaching their maximum potential of self-sufficiency by providing temporary and appropriate supportive services. Human Services may include: -Health Coverage -Food Assistance -Family and Children Services -Financial Assistance -Education and Skill Building -Elder Services -Other services may be available, contact for details Health Services may include -Immunizations -Vital records -Family Planning -Emergency preparedness -Nurse Family Partnership -WIC (Women, Infant, and Children Nutritional program) -Other services may be available, contact for detailsGunnison CountyGunnison County Department of Health & Human ServicesGunnison County Health & Human Services

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