OUR NEW CONTACT INFORMATION!!
718 Industrial Park Road
Brush, CO 80723
We were so grateful to be recipients of a grant from the Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund! Thank you so much for your support of our program and our students! Please check out the article in the Fort Morgan Times!
We want to shout out a huge thank you to Ehrlich Toyota East for their generous donation of $5,000! Please check out the new article in the Fort Morgan Times!Converge Day Treatment Center receives donation from Ehrlich Toyota East
We are excited to be adding junior high and high school to our program for the 2016-2017 school year, and are happy to welcoming students from ten different school districts across the Northern Colorado region.
In January, we relocated to our new address at 718 Industrial Park Road in Brush, CO, where we expanded to a larger space, with ten full-size classrooms, five dedicated therapy rooms, a TaeKownDo room, a sensory integration room, a library, a computer lab, and an outdoor recreational area with a running track, basketball court, baseball diamond, volleyball court, and gardening area for our horticultural program.
We are so very grateful to all of our generous donors and supporting agencies. We were so grateful to receive a generous grant from the Leprino Family Foundation, and a large USDA Community Facilities Grant and personal donation by Joyce Decamp, to support the purchase of two school vans! We were also so grateful to receive a very kind and generous donation from the United Methodist Church of Greeley. The Association of Children with Disabilities provided funding for a wonderful field trip to the Elitch's Education Day in May! We rely strongly on donations to provide a wide variety of educational and therapeutic services and activities for our students, and are so greatly encouraged by the generosity of our many donors and their investment in children with disabilities in Northern Colorado!
We were so very grateful to receive a generous grant from the Leprino Foods Company Foundation for $4500.00! This funding supported our summer program and the purchase of our new van!
Congratulations to Radio Station B106!
B106 received the Colorado Broadcaster’s Association Award of Excellence!!!!
This was accomplished for their January 2014 Community Service Campaign for Converge to raise funds to move to their facility at 400 State Street.
Lorrie Boyer, Morgan’s Matters Host of B106 with Monica Buettel, Director of Converge
Thanks for visiting!
Who We Are:
Converge is an elementary day treatment center and a CDE-approved facility school serving students ages 5 to 12 with emotional disabilities or autism spectrum disorders. These students attend school all day, while also receiving individual, group, and family therapy. We are a 501c3 nonprofit agency and depend on generous donations to help provide the high-level care, education, therapy, and activities our students need to gain skills to be successful in life! Please consider donating to our school using the donate button or mailing a check to:
Converge Day Treatment Center
718 Industrial Park Road, Brush, CO 80723
All funds are used to cover the cost of providing educational and therapeutic services to our students, in addition to daily community-based activities, such as swimming, bowling, and therapeutic horseback-riding.
Our vision is to “converge” educational and therapeutic services to promote children’s social-emotional development, prevent the development of significant mental health challenges in the future, and effectively treat current emotional and behavior concerns.
Converge Day Treatment Center is dedicated to serving children and strengthening families through the convergence of high-quality, effective educational and therapeutic interventions that are both family-focused and child-centered. Converge aims to provide exceptional academic instruction and therapy services to elementary students with emotional disabilities or autism spectrum disorders. Our secondary aims are to reduce the need for residential treatment, and to promote the successful transition of students with serious emotional disabilities back into their regular school setting.
Converge in the News:
We love our new van! Our huge thanks to the USDA Community Grant Foundation, Ehrlich Toyota East, the Leprino Foods Company Foundation and Joyce Decamp for making this dream a reality! A wide variety of community-based recreational and academic activities is a vital part of our programming, and this van is contributing greatly to our ability to transport our students safely and efficiently!