Residential and Continuum of Care Services For The Child, Teen, Family and Adult

Lost and Found Inc. would like to thank our corporate and private foundation supporters and acknowledge the work they are doing in providing funding for kids, families and individuals in our state who are in need of the services we provide. Lost and Found Inc. understands that every person is unique, deserving of prevention, intervention and treatment services that address the body, mind and spirit, and that ability to pay should not keep these folks from accessing the services they need. Our supporters have come alongside this vision in providing the much-needed funds to make services possible for folks who need it most.
So far in 2006 Lost and Found has received grants from the following entities.

Christian World Relief has donated $10,000.00 to our girls residential treatment center to aid in our efforts to provide arts therapy at this facility site and to some of the girls receiving intensive outpatient services.  This program facilitates healing in the emotional lives of young women who have been violated, abused or abandoned.  Our Arts Therapy work has received national attention and this grant gives us the avenue to "witness" the power of the arts in human hearts.

Spirit of Christ Catholic Community is faith based, vibrant congregation that stays active in the heartbeat of shoe leather ministry throughout the world. For 2006-2007 the Social Concerns Funding Committee and the congregants have pledged again $4,800.00 to continue our work with girls in residential care and the transition into independence. This gift enables us to support those needs and the ongoing counseling, treatment and aftercare services.

The Windsor Gardens Chapel has awarded Lost and Found Inc. $2,300 toward our general ministry efforts in 2006. This congregation has been a supporter of this agency since our founding in l973. This gift will enable our kids and families to access our services for therapy and child placement care.

Once again, 1st Bank of Colorado has donated $10,000.00 to Lost and Found Inc. to help transition our girls in the residential treatment center into independent living.  Many of these girls are recovering from chemical dependency, sexual trauma or abuse and have skills deficiencies that prevent them from getting and maintaining employment and/or housing.  This grant will serve to ameliorate those problems.  1st Bank of Colorado cares deeply about its constituency,  serving Colorado's banking needs and cares about the lives of young adults.

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