April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

A month dedicated to raising awareness to the issue and prevention of child abuse 
River Bridge Regional Center is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and provide for children’s physical, emotional, and developmental needs. During April and throughout the year, we hope to engage our community through dialogue and action to keep our children safe. RBRC exists to break the silence, expose the secrecy that binds child abuse, and give child victims their voice and strength back. Together we can make a positive impact and be the change in the lives of children. 
You can help support us in making a difference and showing support for vicitims in our community.

Pinwheels for Prevention

Pinwheels for Prevention

Join us as we plant 271 pinwheels in honor of each child we served in 2022.

Saturday April 1st, 2023

12pm – 1pm

Garfield County Courthouse, Veterans Memorial, Glenwood Springs



Create a Brighter Future!

River Bridge is partnering with several local arts organizations to provide a FREE crafting workshop for children and families! Come together to enjoy snacks and beverages, while you create! RBRC will be on site to provide free resources about keeping the children you love safe from abuse. Come “create a brighter future” with us!

4/22 – 11am-2pm – Bookcliffs Arts Center, Rifle click for location

4/23 – 10am – 12pm – The Art Base, Basalt click for location

4/30 – 1pm – 3pm – The Launchpad, Carbondale click for location

Pinwheel Gardens

Help spread awareness with Pinwheel Gardens!

The blue pinwheel is the symbol for Child Abuse Prevention Month.  The pinwheel reminds us of the joy and sparkle that each child should experience during their childhood.

Help us plant pinwheels across the valley in support of the children we serve in our community! For a minimum donation of $30 to RBRC, we’ll come plant a small pinwheel garden at your home or office. The pinwheels will dazzle and sparkle all April long, reminding people of the essential care children in our community deserve and will receive.