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Articles highlight tremendous work staff within the Division of Youth Services have made to actualize the vision of a culture change.
Mount View Youth Services Centers youth and staff recognize substitute teacher and youth services specialist.
During February 2018, youth at Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center partnered with Special Olympics of Colorado to help run the High School Basketball Games in Lakewood. The young people are part of the Eagles program for youth who have demonstrated excellence. A total of six youth helped during Special Olympics of Colorado events at the Gold Crown Center and the School of Mines in mid-February.
Thanks to full contact football, a client manager/parole officer has found a way to relieve stress and give back to the community.
The two-day event brings together stakeholders from throughout Colorado's juvenile justice system.
Youth at Adams Youth Services Center created a sign in memory of Adams County Sheriff Deputy Heath Gumm. Deputy Gumm was killed in the line of duty when he and other deputies responded to a disturbance call.
Youth and staff at the Pueblo Youth Services Center (PYSC) recently made blankets that will be donated to the children’s wing at Parkview Hospital as part of their Restorative Community Justice (RCJ) program.
Youth at Lookout Mountain recently volunteered at the Jeffco Action Center to help get their food bank up to speed after the long holiday weekends. The Action Center’s Santa shop was very successful giving thousands of brand new toys to the Lakewood area youth. After the holidays, youth at Lookout Mountain helped to restock empty food bank shelves with frozen and refrigerated food.