LFSRM walks with the vulnerable through services that heal, strengthen, and provide hope. We strive to partner with local communities to meet the existing needs of Colorado Springs. We support foster youth through safe placement and support services, work to prevent child abuse and neglect with a free respite child care center, and help refugees and asylees successfully resettle into the community.
At LFSRM, we believe there is no such thing as “other people’s kids”, and we work diligently with our families to support them through the foster process or resettlement into the community. LFSRM welcomes foster parents and refugees without regard to religion, race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.
We need families who can provide temporary care until children reunify with their parents, and families willing to adopt children and teens who are unable to return to their biological families.
Did you know that LFSRM welcomes refugee families and children from around the world, including Central American and Afghanistan, to help them resettle in America?
“I'm raising my two grandchildren on my own. It has been overwhelming to handle their trauma and this year of the pandemic. Having the support of the KPC Center helped get us through it all. I don't know what I would have done without them!” — Grandparent who used the KPC Respite Child Care Program