Heather and Ben Gonzales have been foster parents with Dungarvin in Colorado for the last eight years. During that time, they have provided a supportive home to several children with significant challenges. They have spent too many hours in the emergency room, had more encounters with the police than anyone should, and spent untold … Read Full Post
What do The Smithsonian, Dungarvin's National Central Office (NCO), and the office in Colorado Springs have in common?
You’d probably think nothing, right? Well, you’d be wrong. At one point or another, all of these places have displayed original works of art by our very own Victoria Pegler. Maybe, on display in the … Read Full Post
Earlier this summer John (Jonny) Nelson, a Program Counselor in the Colorado Springs Community Participation program, along with his daughter Paige, became published authors with the release of Edgar the Bee: Overcoming Bullying – His Personal Story on Amazon.com.
Edgar the Bee is a wonderful children's story about the personal "bullying" journey … Read Full Post
Wet and cold weather wasn’t the only thing that was delivered in Colorado this spring. During April and May, we implemented Sengistix remote monitoring technology in five of our Personal Care Alternative (PCA) settings or what is more commonly known as “The Apartment Program” in Colorado Springs.
The use of remote monitoring … Read Full Post