Colorado CASA and the 18 local CASA programs in Colorado work cooperatively with the Department of Human Services, the county courts, child-serving agencies, and other partners to improve the lives of abused and neglected children in Colorado.
NATIONAL CASA ASSOCIATION
Colorado State Foster Parent Association 7651 W 41st Ave, Ste 90, Wheat Ridge CO 80033 (303) 463-7989 or 1-800-426-3281 (outside of metro area)
The Colorado Foster Parent Association is committed to supporting quality foster care of children by providing education, advocacy, and resources for Colorado foster parents. The CSFPA can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of the Child's Representative 1300 Broadway Suite 320 Denver, Colorado 80203 (303) 860-1517
In July 2001, the OCR became responsible for enhancing the legal representation of children, establishing fair and realistic rates of compensation for services, setting minimum practice and training standards, determining maximum caseloads, setting up Local Oversight Committees throughout the state, and working collaboratively with the state CASA to develop local CASA programs in each Judicial District.
Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center 1325 S. Colorado Blvd., Ste. 308, Denver, CO 80222 (303) 692-1165
The Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center strives to deliver high quality legal services for at-risk and maltreated children, promote their healing and healthy development, and ensure that each foster child finds a permanent, loving home - whether this is with their biological family or a new family - as soon as possible. The Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center works to ensure that every endangered and maltreated child:
- is safe from abuse and neglect…
- can live with a loving, permanent family…
- gets individualized, sensitive services and zealous advocacy to enforce his or her basic human needs…