Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains

Mission

Inspired by the compassionate love of Christ, Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains walks with the vulnerable, through services that heal, strengthen, and provide hope.

Opportunities to get involved:

Become a foster parent

At LFSRM, we believe there is no such thing as “other people’s kids.” Through our Foster Care Program, we work diligently with our families to support them through the foster process and beyond. We provide skilled, caring substitute families for children unable to live with their birth families. Most children in foster care have been abused or neglected. Foster families provide children in foster care with a safe, nurturing home. In addition, they work with LFSRM staff to address each child’s individual needs. We provide the support, you provide a stable home, structure, and love. Learn more.

Adopt a child or teen

Since 1948, our mission is to offer services that strengthen, heal and provide hope for individuals and families. We help to build families through infant, designated, and international adoption by providing support, education, and counseling. As a full-service Colorado adoption agency, our adoption and pregnancy counselors work closely with clients as they consider and prepare for adoptive parenthood. We are committed to serving children and families regardless of race, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation. We have offices in Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs serving the Front Range. Learn more.

Get parenting advice and support

Services include the Parenting Education and Support program and SafeCare Colorado. Learn more.

Volunteer

At LFSRM, we have a variety of ways you can volunteer to help refugees. Whether it be compiling welcome baskets or working closely with refugee families themselves, we offer an array of opportunities suited to your specific preferences. We have five offices in the Rocky Mountain region, each with individual needs. Learn more.

Contact

Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains Website

Find contact information for regional offices and LFSRM programs
 

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