Special Kids Special Families is a Colorado non-profit 501(c)3 organization. SKSF was founded in 1998 to provide respite and care for children and adults with disabilities. Programs offer community support services to families that are designed to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities throughout their life span.
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PROGRAMS & SERVICES
The SKSF Child and Family Services Program is in itself an umbrella for several direct service and care options supporting the children and caregivers of children with disabilities, including Zach’s Place Program at The Laurie Hillyard Family Center, Sibshops, Koscove Kids and The Network. The programs include advocacy as well as parent education.
Capital Campaign: Help Us Bridge The Gap
SKSF is in the midst of a Capital Campaign to raise funds to purchase the current facility for the Zach’s Place Program at the Laurie Hillyard Family Center and create a permanent home for the program. Owning the building and keeping overhead costs low is an important facet of our long-term financial stability, which will help us provide respite care for years to come.
Please consider being a part of our effort either by making a contribution, participating in an event or joining our committee to lend your expertise.
Loving families caring for children of all ages and cultural backgrounds along the Front Range. Uniquely positioned as the go-to agency supporting foster children with disabilities.
The SKSF Adult Services Program is made up of three major services all working to support adults with disabilities, their families and caregivers, including: Joey’s Place Program, the I-CAN Program, and the Residential Services Program.
More than 22,000 hours of respite care is provided daily through Zach’s Place program and family caregivers.
Placement stability for children in our Foster Care program is 8.5% which is well below the national average of 15.9%.
150+ adults with disabilities join in meaningful life experiences each day in our Adult Services program
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