The mission of The Center for Family Outreach is to help Larimer County youth (ages 8-18) and their families achieve and sustain long-term positive changes and healthy relationships.
About the Center
The Center for Family Outreach was established in December 2000 as a non-profit organization offering prevention, education and early intervention services for youth ages 8 and 18 and their families. We strive to restore hope and possibilities as we strengthen and inspire youth and families. We provide one-on-one case management, early intervention strategies, and educational programs for youth and families struggling with substance abuse, mental health issues, high family conflict and at-risk adolescent behavior.
Our classes focus on life skills development, drug and alcohol education, building self-esteem, addressing social media technology, bullying/cyber bullying, communication skills, service learning enrichment opportunities and gender-specific classes for girls. We also offer individual and family therapy, art enrichment, and workshops designed to improve parenting and grand-parenting skills increasing healthy communication within families.
Since our opening we have served approximately 25,000 students and families struggling with issues like sobriety, homelessness, anger, out-of-control behavior and diminished life skills. Our referrals come from families, churches, schools, business partners, other non-profit organizations and the legal system.
Interested in Learning More?
Listen to this Interview of our Executive Director, Laurie Klith, with Todd Harding at K99.
The Center consistently ranks number one in cost-effectiveness and positive outcomes for our participants in Poudre School District. (Source: Colorado State University, School of Social Work, Mark Winokur) An impressive 90% of our participants graduate successfully from our programs.
212 W Mountain Ave, Fort Collins, 80521 970-495-0084