Special Kids Special Families


Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) works to promote, strengthen & support individuals with disabilities and their families. 

SKSF offers support services to foster families caring for abused and neglected youth as well as children with disabilities and special needs.  SKSF also offers specialized respite care, family preservation services, day care and adult day programs for individuals with disabilities. Volunteers are needed at all of our programs to care for adults or children at the facilities or out in the community. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities available so contact us if you are interested in participating. 

Opportunities to get involved

Become a foster parent

While the SKSF Child Placement Agency places children of all ethnicities, ages and situations, it is uniquely positioned as the “go-to” agency supporting foster children with disabilities due to its integration and access to the full range of SKSF programs and services.

Foster families under the supervision of SKSF, experience an exceptional amount of support and involvement from the staff to ensure the highest level of care possible. Learn more.

Adopt a child or teen

Many of our foster families also desire to grow their family through adoption. Our foster-to-adopt services offer you the possibility to adopt foster children who reside in your home. Because SKSF is both a licensed foster care provider and a licensed adoption agency, we are uniquely suited to help you adopt your foster child if adoption becomes part of the child’s plan. Learn more.


We’d like to encourage the community to join our volunteer family. It is important for us to match each volunteer with an opportunity that allows them to utilize their skills or interests and bring the most help to the families and clients we aim to serve. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments about Volunteer Opportunities. Learn more.


SKSF website
(719) 447-8983


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.