River Bridge provides collaborative services to child abuse victims, their families and the community in a supportive environment through a child-centered approach.
A community where children are safe, families are strong, and where all abused children are believed, supported and able to heal.
Who We Are
River Bridge Regional Center is a child-friendly facility where law enforcement and child protection work together to investigate child abuse allegations. Mental health therapists, medical providers and victim advocates help children and families heal, and prosecutors are supported in holding offenders accountable. River Bridge also provides the community with child abuse prevention and education. River Bridge is designed to reduce the stress on child abuse victims and to improve the effectiveness of the response to child abuse allegations.
We are making a significant, positive difference in the lives of children and families in Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, and Rio Blanco Counties. We also serve surrounding counties and communities when the needs arise.
River Bridge first opened its doors in 2007 to provide an efficient, comprehensive and effective response to child abuse and neglect.
River Bridge proudly received our child advocacy center accreditation from the National Children’s Alliance (NCA) in 2010.
In October of 2015, River Bridge received our NCA re-accreditation.
2010: Staff and Board members receiving NCA accreditation