Lost And Found, Inc.

Rating: 3.5 stars   2 reviews


6700 W 44th Ave Wheat Ridge CO 80033 USA


Lost and Found Inc. is a Colorado, nonprofit, state licensed, treatment continuum for adolescents, adults and families that incorporates a Christian perspective throughout the therapy process. The various treatment components address chemical dependency, sexual trauma (victim and/or perpetrator) and mental/emotional treatment from residential, therapeutic foster and group homes, outpatient, independent living and aftercare milieus. Referrals come from the State Department of Human Services, the Central Region Department of Youth Corrections, other treatment centers, churches and from family systems. The various programs providing services do not admit or discharge contingent upon ability to pay. Lost and Found Inc. does not discriminate in any of its programs or services against race, gender, religion, creed, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, handicap or anything not limited by our license and/or required by law.

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Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 5 stars  

17 people found this review helpful

Stable despite the times and seasons of economic pressures and political influences. The cause is clear and its fulfillment complete, despite a what externally looks like disorganization. These folks have some of the most dynamic synergy evidenced in our non-profit sector.

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Local Judicial, Political and general populace Arenas

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

redefine leadership by strengthening field requirements of the middle-management and emphaszing de-centralized directorship.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

Their creative thinking has shown possibility where others simply cave into pressures.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

Directors Managers

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

further the evidence that non-profit work in mental health is a collaborative relationship between government and private sector support systems.

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the agency was prepared better to integrate beside my resources and know-how.

In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...

Maximization of talent. Structuring of Vision. Capitalization of synergy.

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