Who we are

Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains is a faith based, non-profit human services agency providing adoption, foster care, older adult & caregiver, prevention, and refugee services since 1948. We provide help and support to children and families during their most challenging times regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or age. At LFS, we believe that all people, from the newborn to the most elderly, are valued members of our community.

With offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Greeley, Fort Morgan and Albuquerque, we partner with communities to meet the unmet needs affecting their most vulnerable populations. LFS strives to recognize areas in need and to find ways to serve those who have seemingly become invisible. Every day, hundreds of people turn to LFS for refuge, help and hope.

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We don’t do it alone! The hallmark of serving through LFS has always been a shared sense of being in this together; joined at the heart with volunteers, clients, donors and neighbors.

Ways You Can Help
Open your heart, open your home – considering becoming a Foster Parent! As a foster parent you’ll change not only the life of a child but your own.
Donate – help ensure sustainability of LFS programs helping our most vulnerable neighbors.
Volunteer – we are always in need of volunteers!

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Latest News

  • May 21, 2018 05/29/15 Top Ten Ways To Care for Yourself

    By Gary Barg, Editor-in-Chief caregiver.com 1. Keep a journal. Start today. Describe your fears as well as your hopes, the reality of what each day is like. Do not be afraid to write about the losses, big or small. 2. Stick with your journal. Let yourself record the little …

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  • April 30, 2018 05/29/15 Refugee Women of Denver Newsletter: Issue No. 1

    The LFS Refugee & Asylee Program is proud to present the first issue of the Refugee Women of Denver newseltter. This newsletter celebrates the lives and stories of refugee women from our communities and shares relevant resources, information and events. Read more.

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Upcoming Events

Jun
19
Tue
The Journey Home: One Woman’s Story of Resettlement to the U.S. @ Belong Church
Jun 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Join us the night before World Refugee Day as we gather with Belong Church on June 19 from 7-8:30 for an interfaith vigil, where you can hear from a refugee about her story, be prayerful with and inspired by faith leaders, and hear about tangible next steps of engagement available in the local arena to engage your voice and spirit.

Then on June 20th, celebrate World Refugee Day at the Celebration Rally at the Colorado State Capitol building from 10a – Noon.

Each year on World Refugee Day people around the globe gather to honor the spirit and courage of millions of refugees worldwide. In Colorado we will pause to recognize the contributions refugees make to our state, the talents they bring, and celebrate the many partnerships that make our state a welcoming place for newcomers.

The celebration will include music, dancing, refugee speakers and much more!

 

Jun
20
Wed
Foster Care Info Meeting – Fort Collins @ LFS North Office
Jun 20 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a foster parent or how YOU can help kids and young adults in the child welfare system? Come join us for an informal session on just what it takes to be a foster parent. At Lutheran Family Services, we believe that you CAN be a foster parent and we will be with you every step of the way.

For more information and to register, please contact us at sheila.simons@lfsrm.org or 303-217-5869. One-on-one meetings can also be arranged to work around your busy schedule.

Jun
21
Thu
URM Foster Parent Support Group – Denver @ LFS Denver Regional Office
Jun 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Having adequate support is essential when fostering. If you’re feeling isolated because of your fostering situation, these meetings are a place to discover you are far from alone. The meetings are a safe space for foster parents to share experiences, learn new skills to help cope with seemingly unique situations, and feel understood because many others will have gone through similar experiences. Parents in the group have been through a gamut of emotions at different points in the fostering process, and they can help you understand how to navigate through challenging times.

For more information contact us at 303.217.5858 or fostercentral@lfsrm.org.

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