Free Event ~ Dinner and Childcare will be provided
Central Presbyterian Church
1660 Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203
Speakers about prevention and detection of abuse
Resources for parents, volunteers, and professionals
Take-away resources for your organization or home
This event is made possible by a grant from Denver Human Services and a partnership between Central Visitation Program and Central Presbyterian Church.
CVP Board Member Receives 7Everyday Hero Award
Our very own Liza Kirkpatrick has received the 7News 7Everyday Hero Award in recognition of her work to ensure that Metro Caring children had a good Easter. We are proud of you Liza!
CVP Spring Fundraiser
Saturday, June 13
Join Central Visitation Program at our Spring Fundraising event. It is a barbeque theme in the backyard of CVP board member Liza Kirkpatrick. Will Smith, Director of Music Ministries at Central Presbyterian Church, will be providing musical entertainment. Tickets are $50 per person and space is limited - reserve your ticket today by calling 303-839-8701 or email Brad at email@example.com.
Make a Difference!
...Volunteer with CVP
Want to make a difference in a child’s life? Want to make a difference every time you walk into CVP? We are seeking new volunteers to join our amazing team of current volunteers. We will be conducting Volunteer Orientation and Training sessions in the near future and invite you to join us!
While the training sessions are scheduled for the Denver location, volunteers are needed for both Denver and Brighton. We currently have volunteer needs at various times during the day and evenings. Press the button below for more information and to sign up.
The CVP Board of Directors is seeking assistance from community members. Click here for more information on how you can assist.
Central Visitation Program, or CVP, is a low-fee supervised visitation program that provides a safe and comfortable environment in which children and non-residential parents may visit. The parenting time is supervised by volunteers and allows children the opportunity to develop a meaningful relationship with the non-residential parent that might not otherwise be possible.