Tuesday, December 5, 2017, is Colorado Gives Day. You may preschedule your donation to be automatically made on this day by clicking the button below.
CVP 2017 Fall Fundraiser: Thank You!
The annual fundraiser for Central Visitation Program was held on Friday, October 20, 2017. The event was another great success. A good time was had by all, and much-needed funds were raised to sustain the programs of Central Visitation Program. Thank you for your support!
New classes begin every six weeks
Call 303-839-8701 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information
Utilizing the Nurturing Parenting Program
Geared towards parents with children ages 0-5, but ALL parents are welcome to attend
*Participants are asked to make a $20 donation for the classes. Participants who attend six out of eight sessions will receive a $20 King Soopers Gift Card
Central Visitation Program needs YOU to volunteer!
Increased visibility for Central Visitation Program has meant more client referrals - such that the program has been incredibly busy the past few months.
Additional volunteers are needed to help serve children so they can see their non-residential parent on a regular basis.
Volunteering with Central Visitation Program requires a 1 1/2 hour commitment on a weekly basis. If you have a friend and you would prefer to "share" a time spot or do every other week visits these are possibilities as well. The greatest need for volunteers is on Saturdays in Denver and Brighton right now, but weekday volunteers in Denver are needed as well.
Interviews and orientation are done by the staff and current volunteers and on-going training is provided as well. If you are interested in volunteering or know someone who might be, have them contact Brad at email@example.com or call 303-839-8701.
Central Visitation Program, or CVP, is a low-fee supervised visitation program that provides a safe and comfortable environment in which children and non-residential parents may visit. The parenting time is supervised by volunteers and allows children the opportunity to develop a meaningful relationship with the non-residential parent that might not otherwise be possible.