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Growing Home has teamed up with the Red Rocks Community College Physician Assistant Program and Centura Health to provide increased access to health care through Growing Home's medical clinic. This clinic is free to uninsured families in need of basic medical care. Right now the clinic is open on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of [...]
Growing Home's Board of Directors has appointed Karen Fox Elwell as its new CEO. Karen replaces the previous CEO, who left in August of 2017. Karen is a licensed social worker with a Bachelor of Arts in Child Development from Tufts University and a Masters in Social Work and Masters in Business Administration from the [...]
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On July 18, Growing Home's Board of Directors appointed Anita Deshommes Interim CEO, replacing outgoing President and CEO Teva Sienicki, whose last day will be August 1. Anita joined Growing Home in 2001, as the organization's second employee. A graduate of Metro State (with a Bachelors in Social Work), and holding an MBA from Colorado [...]
COLORADO MATTERS BY ANDREA DUKAKISDEC 15, 2015 LISTEN Audio: Teva Sienicki, Kent Replogle And Curtis Garcia Speak With Ryan Warner For the last year, CPR News has covered the issue of children living in poverty, reporting on the challenges their families face. On Colorado Matters, we asked three people dedicated to helping those who've fallen on hard [...]
Executive Summary: Why We Started In 2014 Growing Home launched the “Blocks of Hope” collective impact initiative in the neighborhood surrounding Tennyson Knolls Elementary School. As a neighborhood struggles with high concentrations of poverty and low student achievement, Growing Home decided to concentrate services in the neighborhood to ensure more kids and families have opportunities [...]
By Ann Schimke firstname.lastname@example.org Chalkbeat Colorado PUBLISHED: December 2, 2015 - 9:30 a.m. MST It was late fall. Several mothers gathered in the art room of Tennyson Knolls Elementary School for a parenting class. One of the leaders asked how their week had gone. Teresa Morton spoke up. She’d recently worked several late shifts as [...]