The Harmony Houses in Fort Collins and Loveland are busy old homes that provide a safe, home-like setting for children to visit their parents and family while ensuring they are safe from the kind of trauma that first brought them to us. These connections are vital to the well-being of the child and the parent, keeping them engaged with one another as the parent (s) work on the issues that have resulted in legal or domestic problems. Safe custody exchanges are also provided at the Harmony House which protects the children from parental conflicts.
Harmony House is a member of the Supervised Visitation Network, www.svnetwork.net, an international membership network that establishes standards, promotes education and advances professionalism in the field of supervised visitation.
The Harmony House offers traditional and non-traditional internships for college students or individuals interested in gaining more experience in the field. Interns must be at least 20 years old and working toward a degree in a related field such as Human Development, Social Work, Psychology or Sociology. The internship requires a minimum of 10-15 hours per week for 10-15 weeks. For more information, email Jill Liken at Jill@CASALarimer.com.
2012 Harmony House Accomplishments
585 children were served by Fort Collins and Loveland Harmony Houses.
348 Harmony House volunteers spent more than 4,000 hours supervising visits and working on the house and yards to ensure children had a safe, home-like environment to visit with their parents.
How Do I Become Eligible for the Services of Harmony House?
Download the client packet, which contains an agreement regarding the use of Harmony House facilities and submit the client application to a Harmony House staff member.
Harmony House is staffed by caring, experienced professionals and a team of trained volunteer supervisors who give so generously of their time. Open 7 days a week with hours varying from morning to late evening, an effort is made to meet everyone's needs and schedules.