Bridges Child Placement Agency


Bridges Child Placement Agency recruits and trains foster parents to provide foster care to children in Colorado. We seek to partner with others in our community to make a difference serving families throughout Colorado. Bridges focuses on providing nurturing, structured homes for children to begin healing from abuse or abandonment. Responding to the call to love our neighbors, we seek to strengthen our community by connecting children in need with loving, highly skilled foster parents who are deeply committed to cultivating strong character in children. When home becomes a safe place where love is unconditional, children can shift their focus from surviving to thriving. If you are ready to help build a bridge for a child so they can have a better tomorrow today, join our team of foster parents.

Opportunities to get involved:

Become a foster parent. Adopt a child or teen.

Bridges’ Foster Parents are carefully selected and undergo an extensive application and screening process.  They are in continual training and enjoy a high level of support from the Agency. Foster Parents receive training commensurate with the needs of the child in their home.

Foster parenting is a calling of great challenge but also with tremendous opportunities for satisfaction and delight.  As a Bridges’ Foster Parent, you will be an integral member of a caring team focused on doing what is best for the child.  You will work alongside caseworkers, attorneys, therapists and school personnel, as well as Bridges’ staff and the natural parents, to provide stability and security for the child.  The Bridges’ model of foster care is designed to create a supportive network around the foster child and his or her family with the goal of returning the child to home.  Bridges’ Foster Parents become encouragers, mentors and teachers for children in care and their parents. Learn more.


Bridges Child Placement Agency Website
Pueblo: 719-583-2200
Colorado Springs: 719-646-2211

If not you, then who?
Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline
Available 24 hours a day, every day. Anyone witnessing a child in a life-threatening situation should call 911 immediately.