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Mental Health During COVID-19

We are six months into COVID-19 and it's already challenging to imagine a world post-COVID-19. It's hard to believe it's only been half a year — it feels like so much longer. I struggle to remember concrete details of life…

Tennyson’s Legacy

By: Bob Cooper Tennyson Center for Children has been a major part of my life since 1971. When I arrived as a recent college graduate in the fall of that year, Don Brewer had been leading this children’s home for…

Tennyson Center for Children: Celebrating 116 Years

John W. Warren and Mary V. (Long) Warren, members of First Christian Church in Loveland, Colorado, were dedicated schoolteachers who witnessed many of their students going through painful experiences in their young lives. Their passion for helping Colorado children in…

Class of 2020

Our children and families prove time and again their resilience, strength, and fortitude in the face of adversity. At Tennyson Center for Children, we are committed to guiding Colorado’s most vulnerable onto a pathway of success and a bright future.…

Sammie

The New Me! By Sammie “Lisa Leimberman-Wang once said, ‘You’re not your mistakes. They are what you did not who you are.’ Hi! My name is Sammie and you might recognize me because this is actually my third year of…

Tennyson Center for Children Brand

We are thrilled to announce Tennyson’s new mission, vision, and values statements as well as our updated brand. We lead this introduction with our values statement, because our values represent qualities that our staff, children, and families are living and…

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