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Current volunteer Needs:

  • Children's Group Leader –
    • Tuesday evening – Families First Family Center
    • Tuesday evening – Cherry Hills
    • Wednesday evening – Families First Family Center
  • Bi-lingual Spanish Volunteer –
    • Various daytime and evenings shifts – denver metro locations – begin immediately
    • Answer Consejos support line for parents, attend resource fairs, children's group leaders
  • Family Resource Volunteer –
    • Families First Support Line - answering the Families First support line – 4 hours shifts
      Evenings – Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 6:00 – 10:00 pm
      Daytime – Monday thru Friday – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
      Weekends – transferred to home, all shifts needed
    • Outreach Events – attend resource fairs and local events, represent Families First in the community
Get Involved


Families First volunteers are vital to the success of our programs. Through their gift of time, volunteers improve the lives of abused and neglected children and help families prevent the cycle of abuse, often receiving as much as they give. There are many opportunities to make a difference!

As an Individual

Family Resource Volunteer - Time Commitment: 4 hours per week


Children’s Group Leader – Time Commitment: 3 hours per week


Spanish Family Support Volunteer – Time Commitment: 3 hours per week


Children's Treatment Center Staff Aide – Time Commitment: 4 hours per week


As a Group

  • Organize a drive for school supplies, cereal, juice boxes, canned food or other needed items for the Children's Treatment Center.
  • Organize and staff a volunteer "Work Day" - helping with yard work, organizing the children's group room, library and other projects at both the Children's Treatment Center and the Family Center.

For more information about our volunteer opportunities and how you can get involved, contact Or 303-745-0327.

"Hearing the desperation in a father's voice as he asks for resources to help keep his family from homelessness is a heart rendering experience. It's a recurring story: job losses due to the worst economy in decades have left many families in extremely tenuous situations. The Family Support Line provides a link to the community resources vital to maintaining healthy, stable families. Being able to offer information, advice and encouragement is both humbling and rewarding."

Family Resource Volunteer
Position Overview: The volunteer will be trained to assist in all areas of Family Support Services program. The volunteer may provide intervention and information to parents and caregivers in need of support on the Family Support Line, assist in maintaining the Parent Library, research and update state-wide resources, network with professionals and assist with disseminating information about our services into the community.
Position Overview: Group Leaders will plan and implement activities that enhance a child's social, emotional, cognitive and physical development. Children's Group is for children age twelve and under during parent support groups and classes.
Position Overview: Position Overview: Spanish Family Support Volunteers, who are bilingual, are trained to assist in various areas of the Spanish Family Support Services. The volunteer may provide intervention and information to parents and caregivers in need of support on Consejos Para Familias (Support Line), assist with follow-up calls, data entry, and facilitating parenting seminars or facilitate a children's group for children age twelve and under
Position Overview: An aide works alongside staff in caring for abused and neglected children. (Assists with homework, outings, meals and activities).