Family Voices Colorado, a state affiliate of the national grassroots advocacy organization, will join HighPointe Services effective July 1, 2014. HighPointe is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a history of providing family – and person-centered services to individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries, through innovative programming designed to maximize the potential of participants. …
Family Voices has moved to a new address in the Denver Tech Center! We regret we cannot accept walk-ins at this time, so please call to schedule an appointment with a Family or Hospital Navigator! Local: 303.733.3000 Toll free: 800-881-8272 Family Voices Colorado 7323 S. Alton Way, Unit A Centennial, CO 80112
Where: Capitol Building, 3rd floor, room SCR 352 When: Monday, April 21, 2014, 1:30 pm What it is: An attempt to align the Colorado Civil Rights Act with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This legislation would make the Disabilities portion of the Colorado Civil Rights Act enforceable. It will increase statutory damages from $50-500 to …
Looking back over the past year, Family Voices Colorado has a lot to be proud of – read on for some highlights of our achievements and impact in 2013, and a preview of what 2014 may bring.
Juanita Dominguez’s 9-year-old daughter has spina bifida and uses a wheelchair. When they needed help getting funding for a wheelchair ramp for their van, Family Voices quickly guided them to the right place.
On this day of celebrating love, we at Family Voices Colorado want to celebrate all the forms and shapes of love that enrich our lives, and especially we want to thank you: our friends, supporters, partners, clients, and community.
Advocacy groups share feedback from consumers about what features are important in the new Colorado Health Benefit Exchange; the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative is looking for real people’s stories of health insurance challenges; and upcoming events for families and professionals.
El Instituto de Entrenamiento para Liderazgo Familiar (FLTI) es un programa cívico diseñado para desarrollar los líderes familiares. Además, es una asociación pública y privada, ofreciendo herramientas a los individuos hacia el compromiso y involucramiento cívico.
The Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) is a first-of-its-kind family civics program. Program graduates develop skills needed to become effective leaders in their communities. The curriculum integrates personal and child development, leadership training, civic literacy and civic participation skills, with each participant developing a final community project.
October is one of the most beautiful months here in Colorado. The British novelist George Eliot once wrote, “Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking successive autumns.” We hope you are finding moments of beauty and joy in the midst …