In partnership with ECHO Colorado, Kempe is building innovative programs in the childmaltreatment space that connect the best and brightest minds in the field with healthcareproviders and their peers to share knowledge and experience for identifying and addressing child maltreatment in groundbreaking new ways. See the program update here.
Building upon the success of the original Fostering Healthy Futures® program for preteens, the Kempe Center and the University of Denver collaborated to adapt the program for teens. Fostering Healthy Futures for Teens works with our community’s most vulnerable youth as they transition to high school. See the program update here.
Kempe partners with the Colorado Department of Human Services to develop and implement the Child Welfare Training System (CWTS) – an advanced adult learning system for child welfare workers, other professionals, foster parents and mandatory reporters. View the most recent program update here.
John Faught, Kempe’s President & CEO has been an advocate for abused and neglected children for more than 40 years. He is featured in the Denver Business Journal’s latest Thought Leaders feature (subscriber content).