Child and Family Programs
At Tennyson, we offer two main programs that keep children and families safely together. Last year, 68% of people in our programs showed a reduction in their trauma-related symptoms.
Community Based Programs
Community Support provides child and family therapy, parenting support, behavior management, and more for kids and families across Colorado. We bring these services directly to homes, schools, or any other place where they can best work towards healing. We have specialized services for a variety of groups including children with autism and other disabilities, parents with teens, and families with kids 0-5.
School & Day Treatment
We provide a school and day-treatment program for children who have experienced complex trauma. This K-12 school is fully accredited with a 4:1 student-to-staff ratio. Students and their families can receive individual and group therapy. The combination of social, emotional, behavioral, and academic learning helps 92% of students who discharge return to their neighborhood schools.
The Admissions Department connects kids and caregivers with the resources they need to thrive. This dedicated team will assess the unique needs of each referral and guide them through the enrollment process. If Tennyson programs are not a good fit for the child or family, they will try to coordinate care with another organization.
“We often get calls from families who have been denied by other programs or their insurance doesn’t cover a service. We work hard to listen, find solutions, and not be just another person who passes the baton” (Alyssa Deis, Director of Admissions).
Referrals are accepted from parents, caregivers, teachers, insurance companies, pediatricians, and others. Fill out a referral form to start the admissions process.