Children’s Residential Group Homes
Our children’s residential group homes provide a warm loving atmosphere in which children learn socially acceptable behavior and develop skills for everyday living. In our teaching homes, individualized programs and therapeutic interventions are implemented by well trained staff.
Children who live in our residential programs typically need help with behavior management, social skills, emotional training, self-help, and community interaction skills. Our children typically need more supervision or support than can be offered in a parent’s or foster family’s home.
In order to keep children safe, facilitate individual activities, and help our residents learn skills, we usually provide a ratio of three staff to seven children and limit the number of children served to seven or eight per home. We have two teaching homes in Colorado Springs.
Roundup’s Residential Child Care Facilities Offer:
- Family-like homes for 7-8 residents, located in typical neighborhoods.
- Well-trained staff, and intensive staff-to-resident ratios.
- 24 hour awake supervision.
- Opportunities to grow and learn in a safe, structured environment.
- Emphasis on communication, emotional training, life and social skills education.
- Positive behavior management with a focus on self control.
- Individualized assessment and program development.
- Collaboration with families and other service providers.
- Licensure by the Colorado Department of Human Services.
- Boys and girls age 6-21, who have a developmental disability.
- Children requiring cognitive, skill, and behavior management training.
- Children with a co-existing mental health diagnosis.
- Children with other handicapping conditions, such as head injuries, on an individual basis.
* We will not accept children who have a history of being sexual predators, those who have chronic substance abuse problems, or individuals who require regular restraint or locked doors.
Contact Cassandra Aldridge at 303-378-8476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.