Realities For Children Partner Youth Agencies
It is the mission of Realities For Children to unite all local youth agencies that serve children who have been abused, neglected or are at-risk. The agencies listed below are an esteemed group of non-profit organizations that are committed to collaboration, fiscal efficiency and to providing the best possible continuum of service for the needs of northern Colorado children who have been abused, neglected or are at-risk. Thus creating a collaborative environment where human services can come together and share resources, ideas, challenges and service goals. Realities For Children Partner Youth Agencies receive support from our organization in the form of emergency funding, youth activities, event and community outreach.
Learn more about these agencies by clicking on their names to visit their websites.
Realities For Children Partner Youth Agencies
Provides high quality, accessible and affordable childcare and intervention strategies for "at risk" infants and toddlers of teen parents continuing education toward earning a high school diploma.
3Hopeful Hearts, through grief companionship, provides bereaved parents and families opportunities to honor, find hope and seek healing through events, support, education and remembrance.
Adoption Dreams Come True offers domestic adoption services in Colorado with a sliding fee scale for the adoptive parent and free birth parent counseling.
Alternatives to Violence (ATV), in collaboration with individuals and communities impacted by violence, creates safe pathways away from abusive environments through education, counseling, advocacy, and shelter.
America’s Kids Belong mobilizes government, faith-based, business and creative leaders around the goal of permanency and belonging for every child.
Angel House serves families with children, assisting and advocating for people challenged by the effects of poverty or situational crisis.
The Changing Leads Program is designed to help youth-at-risk find friendship, develop trust and form a deep connection through partnering with a horse.
Faith Family Hospitality's mission is to support families experiencing homelessness in order for them to achieve sustainable self-sufficiency in a timely and dignified manner.
Ensures all foster, kinship and adoptive families have access to post-placement education, training, support and community.
Promotes the welfare of children with special interest to foster, kinship, guardianship and adoptive children in Larimer County.
Healthy Harbors at University of Colorado Health
Provides a 'medical home' for children in frequent transition, providing medical, dental and/or mental health care to Larimer County children living in out-of-home placements.
Our mission at Kids at Heart is to support foster and adoptive children to support the success of the family. Our vision is that we believe every child deserves a family and opportunities to succeed.
We are a dedicated and compassionate group of community leaders who utilize outdoor wilderness camps and on-going mentoring to empower and transform at-risk youth into productive and successful community members.
Provides access to information, assessment, intervention and services which support children remaining safe, stable and intact within their families and communities, while respecting the culture of each family.
Inspired by the compassionate love of Christ, Lutheran Family Services walks with the vulnerable, through services that heal, strengthen, and provide hope.
It is the mission of Namaqua Center to provide unsurpassed behavioral health prevention, intervention and treatment services to children and families of Larimer County.
This program unites community stakeholders and empowers families who are homeless to secure and retain housing.
The mission of Partners Mentoring Youth is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships between positive adult role models and youth facing challenges in their personal, social, and academic lives.
Our mission is to assist low-income, single parents in their efforts to achieve economic independence and become free from community and government assistance while building and maintaining strong, healthy families.
McKinney-Vento Homeless education program identifies children within the Poudre School District who are deemed homeless. The program provides immediate access to school enrollment, transportation, free lunch and waived fees, so that barriers to enrollment and attendance are reduced or eliminated.
Fostering an environment that educates, supports and empowers young parents who are working toward self-sufficiency.
Creating life-changing moments for children ages 6-12 in Larimer County foster care that have suffered from abuse, neglect and abandonment.
Preserving families and securing futures, SAFY's model of care works with families across service systems to enhance their capacity to care for and protect their children. Focusing on safety and needs within families in their communities, they build on each individual's strengths to achieve positive, lasting change.
Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center provides quality, affordable, early childhood care for families of all socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
The mission of the Center is to help Larimer County youth (ages 8 to 18) and their families sustain long-term positive changes and healthy relationships.
The Family Center/La Familia is an affordable high-quality family and early childhood center that strengthens all families.
The GRANDcares Project works to help vulnerable grandparent-headed families. Our objectives include: (1) enhancing grandparents’ parenting skills and self-care practices, (2) promoting self-efficacy and leadership skills for grandchildren, and (3) strengthening service providers’ abilities to support grand-families.
Working with youth, families, and the community to inspire positive and lasting change.
The Matthews House mission is to empower youth and families by providing resources and trusting relationships to disrupt the cycles of poverty and abuse.
The Nappie Project is dedicated to ensuring that children in Loveland, Ft. Collins and surrounding communities have an adequate supply of diapers to remain clean, dry and healthy. We are committed to raising awareness of diaper need and its impact on families.
The SAVA Center’s mission is to provide crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling for all those affected by sexual violence and provide prevention programs through community outreach and education.
Turning Point provides high-quality mental health, substance abuse and behavioral treatment services for at-risk youth and families.
Our mission is to reduce trauma to children and their families through a comprehensive response to child abuse while making our community safer for all children.
WinGs Ministries’ purpose is to connect single mother families with the love and care of Christ and community by providing life building programs that address the unique needs of women and children who have suffered broken homes.
How do we choose which agencies to support?
To be a Realities For Children Partner Youth Agency:
- Be a nonprofit, 501c3 tax-exempt human services organization.
- Provide services to children who have been abused, neglected or are at-risk.
- Provide services in Larimer County.
- Demonstrate the principles of Realities For Children by demonstrating collaborative practices.
- Understand the funding is only available in cases where all other resources have been exhausted or are unavailable.
In the case of emergency funding, this pre-screening process allows for expedited service when funds and support is needed most. Realities For Children Charities is not only able to approve funds requests within 60 minutes but, in emergencies, have grants distributed in that timeline.