Ralston House currently serves children in three locations - Arvada, Lakewood and Northglenn - and is the only child advocacy center serving Adams, Broomfield, Jefferson and Gilpin counties.
The new Ralston House facility in Northglenn has three interview rooms, medical room, and adequate space to serve one of the fastest-growing judicial districts in Colorado.
To meet the growing need of services for child victims in the 17th Judicial District today and in the future, Ralston House expanded the Northglenn location that serves Adams and Broomfield counties. Since opening in January 2019, the 17th JD accounts for 55% of the total cases Ralston House has seen this year.
Ralston House established a unique investment partnership between nine municipalities - Adams County, Aurora, Broomfield, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton, and Westminster that fully funded the construction of the new Ralston House Northglenn location. Ralston House is now entering Phase III of its capital campaign. This phase of the campaign seeks philanthropic support from the community to secure additional funding for the Northglenn site that would cover ongoing Northglenn location operational costs including: utilities, maintenance, supplies, additional staffing needs and much more.
By making a contribution, your gift directly impacts child victims by ensuring they have a safe and comfortable space to share their story in an environment that is welcoming and that minimizes further trauma.
Contribute by sponsoring a room or by making a general capitalization campaign donation.
HOW TO HELP
Capitalization Campaign Rooms Available
While in-kind contributions are always appreciated, the Capitalization Campaign Committee requests cash contributions which will go toward funding a whole room.
Through cash contributions, Ralston House is able to maximize dollars donated to purchase items needed.
Items listed below are examples of what can be purchased with each donation.
Equipment for each of the three forensic interview rooms Name in each Forensic Interview Wing and on Donor Recognition Wall
3 Available Individual equipment for each room includes camera/recording equipment and furnishings Name on one forensic interview room and on donor recognition wall
1 Available Conference table, technology and additional furnishings Name on Conference Room, and on donor recognition wall
This room allows for law enforcement to observe the interview between the Forensic Interviewer and the child. 3 Available Includes furnishings and technology needs Name on one Observation Room and on Donor Recognition Wall
2 of 3 Rooms Available Includes furnishings and technology needs Name on one Playroom/Waiting Room and on Donor Recognition Wall
Includes furnishings for this room Name on room and on Donor Recognition Wall
Interviewer Office (1 of 3 Rooms Available) Victim Advocate Office (3 Available) Administrative Office (SOLD) Includes furnishings Name on room and on Donor Recognition Wall
SOLD • Includes furnishings and appliances Name on room and on Donor Recognition Wall
Each donor who contributes a minimum of $250 will be recognized on the Donor Recognition Wall