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Educate. Prepare. Empower.

A better education for two generations - mother and child.

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Who We Are

Florence Crittenton Services is a nonprofit that educates, prepares, and empowers teen mothers and their children to become productive members of the community. We have been serving Metro Denver since 1893.

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What We Do

The new and expanded Florence Crittenton Campus, which opened in August 2015, is a Family Resource Center for teen families that includes: Florence Crittenton High School, the Early Childhood Education Center, the Student and Family Support Program, and the Alethia E. Morgan, MD Health Center.

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You can make an impact in the lives of teen mothers and their children in many ways; volunteer, donate, participate in events, tour our campus, and more!

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Journey to Success

During our Ninth Annual Cycles of Success Luncheon, we shared the journeys of four incredible women, all current or former Florence Crittenton students. As young mothers, they faced—and still face—countless challenges, but thanks to the support they receive from family, community supporters, and Florence Crittenton Services, they're reaching their goals and achieving success.

Volunteers With Us

We welcome volunteers to our campus every day to support the services we provide to teen mothers and their children. Join us—individually or with a group from work.  We have opportunities for groups from 1 to 40. Please contact Special Events and Volunteer Manager, C.C. Frick at 720.423.8910 or cfrick@flocritco.org for more information on volunteer opportunities.

Support Florence Crittenton

Your contribution supports our proven two-generation approach to create cycles of success for teen mothers and their children. There are many ways in which you can support our mission.

Recent News

Read stories about our incredible young mothers and
exciting happenings on our campus!

New Law Helps Teen Moms Stay in School

Governor John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law on May 18 that will help teen moms stay in school by waiving previously required legal action for child support.

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Florence Crittenton volunteer receives 9Who Care Award

Marie Whiteside, a regular volunteer in the Early Childhood Education Center's infant room, was recognized for her amazing efforts and was honored with 9News' 9Who Care Award.

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Educación Gratuita Para Madres Adolescentes

Jóvenes madres en Denver podrán tener acceso a educación gratuita, y además cuidan de sus hijos mientras estudian.

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