What We Do
We are a single point of entry to accessing a wide range of educational and human services all year long.
The new and expanded Florence Crittenton Campus, which opened in 2015, is a Family Resource Center for teen families. Our facilities include family-friendly space for staff and community partners to provide educational and human services on-site; a gymnasium equipped with safe and appropriate fitness equipment for the whole family; an 11-passenger van to assist teen mothers and children with transportation; an expanded and renovated Early Childhood Education Center for children of teen mothers ages 6 weeks through Pre-K; and the Alethia E. Morgan, MD Health Center—the first school-based health center in Colorado to offer both obstetrics and pediatrics.
The campus also includes the new Florence Crittenton High School, where teen mothers can earn a Denver Public Schools diploma on-site. The expanded space has allowed us to increase the number and frequency of services we offer to teen families. Teen mothers, young fathers, and extended family members are able to access customized wraparound services on-site that include: high quality, year-round early childhood education; parenting and child development education; art therapy and mental health counseling; regular, family-focused case management provided by our Student Family and Support Program Family Advocates; health services and education; financial education; and community and public resource referrals.
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