Program Overview

Griffith Centers for Children provides services for emotionally troubled boys between the ages of 12 and 21 in our residential care facility in Colorado Springs.

The children that come to Griffith Centers are from all ethnic and religious backgrounds struggling in their family, with school or other treatment environments.

Specializing in children with a variety of psychiatric, behavioral, educational and social disabilities, the Griffith Centers for Children is prepared to meet the needs of these children and move them forward into productive healthy homes and adulthood.

We provide a positive environment that intertwines education and counseling in a therapeutic living environment. We work with each child to enable them to progress to their full potential.


Council on Accreditation of Services for Family and Children, Inc. (C.O.A.)
Commission on Schools of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

Licensed by

State of Colorado Division of Mental Health

State of Colorado Department of Human Services

Membership In

Association for the Treatment of Sexual AbusersFounding member of Colorado Care Management

All Programs

Tele Behavioral Health Programs

A.S.K. Truancy Prevention Programs

Foster Care Programs

Community Based Programs

Day Treatment Programs

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Group Homes Programs

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