Denver Indian Family Resource Center

string(2) "en"
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
< Back to All Results

Denver Indian Family Resource Center


Denver Indian Family Resource Center's (DIFRC) mission is to strengthen vulnerable American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and families through collaborative and culturally-responsive services. We provide services and community programs to families who self-identify as AI/AN in the Denver area. Additionally, DIFRC provides Indian Child Welfare Act advocacy to support reunification efforts for families who are involved in the child welfare system.

Address: 1633 Fillmore St., GL2, Denver, CO 80205

County: Denver

Phone: 720-500-1020

Services Offered: Case Management

Counseling Service Fees:

Language: English

Confidential: No

Program Type: Culturally Specific

Dedicated Staff For: Native American/Indigenous Survivors, Children

Agency Type: Advocacy Agency


Languages can change with staff. We try to keep this updated as much as we can, however changes in staffing capacity can occur which might affect an organization’s ability to respond.