What We Do
We are a single point of entry to accessing a wide range of educational and human services all year long.
The Florence Crittenton Campus 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—a school-based health center that offers 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. 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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