For many years, Family Tree’s over-arching programmatic strategy has been to streamline client access to the organization’s array of programs. Family Tree is the only organization responding to the interconnectedness of these issues with an integrated services approach, where no matter which Family Tree program a client enters, they can be connected to other programs at any time using a client-centered warm hand-off through our Client Connections Initiative.
Today Family Tree serves the seven-county metro area and partners with all people to prevent and overcome the interconnected issues of child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness to promote safety, healing and stability across generations. Family Tree is the only organization in the Denver-metro area working to address the interconnectedness among these issues, through the following program areas:
Child Abuse and Neglect: Provides education, resources, treatment, home visitation and case management to help stabilize families and successfully divert youth from further child welfare and court system involvement.
Domestic Violence: Keeps domestic violence survivors safe through crisis intervention, advocacy, outreach, emergency shelter, supervised parenting time, safe exchanges and legal advocacy.
Homelessness: Provides help line, case management, education/employment support, rental assistance, shelter and resources for those at-risk or experiencing homelessness.
Family Tree served 4,508 clients with direct, in-person services, and an additional 15,920 people through crisis and helpline calls.