At Camp to Belong in Douglas County, foster kids get a week to repair sibling bonds while swimming and horseback riding
Opinion: Their foster kids can be prone to violent outbursts, but these parents remain devoted. They need our help.By Edward D. Breslin Opinion
Opinion: To prevent child maltreatment, we must strengthen families. Let’s start with House Bill 1193.By Jade Woodard Opinion
Former Colorado foster youth make themselves heard for “sibling bill of rights,” driver’s license billBy Jennifer Brown Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Less than 2 percent of state funds set aside for foster children’s transportation have been spent
Gov. John Hickenlooper has managed to end his term with the same state director of human services he appointed eight years ago, a rarity nationally
In Denver child welfare cases, the father isn’t “John Doe” anymore. And now more kids facing abuse are in permanent homes.
New efforts to find the biological fathers of abused children in Denver have increased the likelihood those kids find permanent homes