Response to COVID-19 Tennyson Center for Children has served Colorado’s most neglected, abused, and traumatized children since 1904. We provide:
• A safe, stable home for kids 5-18 who are facing critical circumstances and need residential care;
• An accredited, therapeutic K-12 school with a 3:1 student-to-staff ratio on our campus; and
• In-home and community services in 25 counties across the state to provide preventative services and therapy to strengthen families with children aged 0 to adulthood.
In 2019, we began leading a statewide effort called Rewiring to provide earlier support to children and families, prevent and divert families from entering child welfare, and to follow the children we interact with into adulthood.
Tennyson Center for Children is proud to be a community organization, serving the most vulnerable in Colorado.
91% of children living at Tennyson have experienced significant neglect and abuse. Families we work with in homes throughout Colorado often lack access to basic resources and support, and sometimes children and parents face separation.
Your support of this oft-overlooked children and families fuels our prevention and healing work.
How You Can Help
As a non-profit, we rely heavily on your generosity to continue our work--now more than ever during these unprecedented times that require extraordinary support.
We’ve pulled together a list of costs associated with our services to help frame how your contributions impact our work:
$5,000 = Breakfast for entire campus for a month
$1000 = Services for one family in Warren Village
$500 = One night in our Special Services Unit
$250 = Two-hour therapy session
$100 = Classroom supplies
$75 = Dinner in a cottage for one night (Tennyson has four cottages)
$50 = Bedding for a new client
$35 = Lunch for a child for a week
$25 = Movie night
Contributions of any amount help immensely--even $5! Thank you for investing in children and families.