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Child and Family Therapy and Support Services


At Tennyson, we offer a multitude of child and family therapy services that provide support across Colorado – and beyond. Our goal is to keep families strong and keep them together. We provide an array of Community Programs that aim to do exactly that by creating access to therapy, skills building, and resource connection. We serve over 3,000 kids and caregivers every year through prevention and intervention services like our Day Treatment Program, Community Programs, and Rewiring. Across all programs, we hold ourselves to a high standard of care to ensure children and families receive the level of care they deserve.

School and Day Treatment


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Tennyson Center provides an education-based, day-treatment program for children who have experienced complex trauma. Our school and Day Treatment program is provided through a fully accredited, K-12 school with a 4:1 student-to-staff ratio that integrates social, emotional, behavioral, and academic learning and growth. 

School and Day Treatment

Community Programs


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We provide services to families throughout the state of Colorado through our wide array of community programs. These services provide support to children, teens, adults, parents, families, foster families, and parents-to-be. The focus of our community programs is to build stronger and healthier families.

Community Programs

Rewiring


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While some children and families really do require traditional child welfare services, we have seen so much neglect and abuse that could have been prevented sooner had families had access to the right support. We believe that investing in support before “problems” happen buys better futures for children and families. 

Rewiring

Admissions

Our Admissions department handles all referrals and inquiries regarding accessing our services. We also help families navigate a complex system of service within child welfare and mental health.

“Tennyson Center for Children staff members go beyond the requirements of the job by building healthy, genuine relationships with the kids. I recall other residential placements where staff members were present in body but not in spirit.”

We receive an average of 115 initial calls per month from parents, caregivers, school teachers, insurance companies, and others. We strive to support every caller in connection to the needed services. Our primary goal is to do everything we can for each client.

Admissions Information

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