https://www.weldgov.com/departments/human_services

Greeley Campus

Building A

Address: 315 N. 11th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631


Office Hours:  
CLOSED; Pending Renovation

Services in Building A
Moved to New Downtown Location
See below

Building B

Street Address: 
315 N. 11th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631


ailing Address: 
PO Box A 
Greeley, CO 80632 

Office Hours: 
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
Monday – Friday

Resource Room Hours: 
8:15 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 
Monday – Friday

Greeley Downtown Child Services Office and Downtown Child Welfare Office

Street Address: 
822 7th Street Suite #150
Greeley, CO 80631

ailing Address: 
PO Box A
Greeley, CO 80632

Phone: (970) 352-1551
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Note: Offices are located within 
the "Chase Building" complex


Services 

Services in Building B

Building C

Street Address:
315 N. 11th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631


Office Hours: 
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
Monday – Friday

Client Hours: 
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 
Monday – Friday

Services in Building C

 

Fort Lupton Office

Street Address: 
2950 9th St
Fort Lupton, CO 80621

Phone: (303) 857-4052
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Lobby Hours - 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Notices

Helpful Links

Del Camino Office

4209 Weld County Road 24 1/2
Longmont, CO 80504

Phone: (720) 654-4209
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1
Fax: (720) 652-4253

Office Hours:
Wednesdays Only
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

 

Child Care, Financial, Food, and Medical Services

John Kruse
Administrator

Assistance Programs

Phone: (970) 400-6300
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1
Fax: (970) 346-7661
Email: krusexje@weldgov.com

Anna Korthuis
REACH Supervisor

Email: ChildCareProvider@weldgov.com
Phone: (970) 400-6594
Fax: (970) 346-7981
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1

 

Under the executive leadership of Director Judy Griego, the Department of Human Services offers aid and a range of programs to the citizens of Weld County.

Programs providing services include the following:

  • Child Protection services which assess for safety and provide protection to children who are battered and abused, severely neglected, and/or dependent.
  • Assistance programs are available to aid individuals and families that qualify for help. Programs include financial assistance in the form of monetary payments, help with childcare costs, grocery bills, and medical care.
  • Employment Services offers job opportunities, training, career planning programs, job skills development, workshops, job fairs, and vocational skills assessments.
  • Child Support Enforcement provides services to help parents and anyone caring for children. Services include testing for paternity, establishing court orders for child support, and enforcing the child support payment obligations.
  • Area Agency on Aging plans, coordinates, and advocates for services to aid our older population. Including Adult Protective Services (APS) which provides protection for at-risk adults by investigating allegations of abuse, exploitation, caretaker neglect and self neglect.

Human Services programs are administered under the supervision of the State and the Board of Weld County Commissioners.

Vision Statement

"The people of Weld County are connected to the resources needed to thrive in the community and feel safe and empowered."

Mission Statement

"Engaging and partnering with the community to improve the safety, health and well being of individuals and families through the delivery of responsive and collaborative services."

 

Human Services Acronym List

Human Services Acronym List

 

REPORT ABUSE OR NEGLECT

Email: HS-Screening@weldgov.com
Fax: (970) 346-7698

Weld County Child Protection Hotline

Phone: 1 (844) CO4-KIDS
Phone: 1 (844) 264-5437
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1

 

QUICK LINKS

CONFIDENTIALITY GUIDELINES

RELEASE OF INFO FORM (HIPAA)

Confidentiality

When determining eligibility for certain services and providing needed and appropriate resources, human service agencies , non-profit organizations, and health care providers often require that clients share very private information about themselves. Laws and statutes are in place to protect the privacy of these individuals and to ensure that this information is released only when necessary.

Confidentiality Basic Principles

Confidentiality is based on four basic principles:

  1. Respect for an individual’s right to privacy.
  2. Respect for human relationships in which personal information is shared.
  3. Appreciation for the importance of confidentiality to both individuals and society.
  4. Expectations that those who pledge to safeguard confidential information will do so.

Release of Information (ROI)

A Release of Information form (or ROI) is the most common means of sharing information about a client between agencies and helping professionals. A current, signed ROI is required by the Weld County Department of Human Services to share any information regarding our clients. For more information about how ROIs work and to download our ROI form, please view the links to the right of this page.

Mandated Reporting

Most individuals in the helping professions, including but not limited to, pastors, teachers, health care workers, and human services workers, are mandated reporters of issues of abuse and neglect involving children, elderly persons, and disabled adults. If you feel that an individual has disclosed information to you that may be considered an issue of abuse or neglect you have a moral and legal duty to report this. You do not need a Release of Information to report these issues and you will not be identified as the reporter.

Reports of abuse and neglect can be made by calling:
Colorado State Child Protection Hotline

1-844-CO4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437)

 
Weld County Adult Protection Hotline

(970) 346 - 7676

Information adopted and extracted from the following:

  • National Association of Social Workers - Confidentiality and School Social Work: A Practice Perspective 
  • Soler and Peters (1993). The School Services Sourcebook,
  • Soler and Peters (1993). Who should know what? Confidentiality and information sharing in service integration.
  • The Manitoba Teachers' Society - Understanding Confidentiality.

 

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Provider Forms

Attendance Record and Billing Form (.pdf)
Notice of New or Change of Child Care Provider (.pdf)
Child's Daily Login Sheet (.pdf)
Provider Rates Schedule for 2018 (.pdf)

State Resources

CCCAP Attendance Tracking System (ATS) Training Video Series (link)
Child Care Licensing and Administration (link)
State Division of Child Care - Provider Information (link)

Social Services

AAA

AAA

Child Support [Services]

Assistance Payments

Child/Adult Protection

Employment Services

 

 

Colorado Child Care, Financial, Food and Medical Services