Family Fall Festival
Sunday October 20th, 2019, families and friends gathered for our Fall Festival held at the New Castle Gardens. Despite a little wind and fall/winter chill in the air, kids enjoyed face painting, pumpkin decorating, fabric pumpkin crafts, food, and more! A wonderful event thanks to our sponsors Gold Sponsors: Charles Cunniffe Architects, Gould Construction, Silver Sponsors: SGM Engineering, Carl Ciani State Farm Insurance, Grand River Construction and Community Donor: The Property Shop.
Check out the great event here! RBRC Family Fall Festival 2019 (Barn Owl Photography)
Grill Your ACE Off
We appreciate the tremendous support we receive from Ace Hardware of Carbondale and LOVE the Grill Your ACE Off event! Come see us this Saturday from 11-1 and enjoy the delicious offerings of this grilling competition. Thank you, Ace Hardware!
Keller Williams Red Day
Go RED DAY 2018! Keller Williams Colorado West Realty in Glenwood Springs helped kick off the 504 21st St. renovations with a day of clean up and beautifying River Bridge’s new property. Thank you Keller Williams of Glenwood Springs for your RED DAY support! River Bridge Regional Center looks beautiful because of you!
Healing from Intrafamilial Abuse: The Roots of Non-Support
Presented by Meghan Hurley, LCSW
RBRC Mental Health Coordinator
How to support the non-offending Caregiver
A child’s resiliency to a trauma has more to do with the response and the support
system, than with the actual type of abuse that occurred. “Secrecy traumas”, often
involving child maltreatment are different and how these traumas are more likely to
result in Post-Traumatic Stress.
April 13, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Glenwood Springs Library
River Bridge Presents Marilyn Van Derbur
Marilyn Van Derbur: A Survivor Story
Marilyn Van Derbur was crowned Miss America while she was a student at the University of Colorado. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with Phi Beta Kappa honors. As a childhood incest survivor, she has devoted much of her adult life to raising national awareness and understanding of sexual abuse and its long-term effects. In 1989 her family funded an adult incest survivor program in Denver, and in 1993 she co-founded two national not-for-profit organizations dedicated to public education and strengthening laws protecting victims of sexual abuse.
River Bridge is excited to bring Marilyn Van Derbur to Colorado! In this event, Marilyn Van Derbur, a former Miss America, tells the story of how she was sexually violated by her prominent, millionaire father from age 5 to age 18. She was 53 years old before she was able to speak the words in public, “I am an incest survivor.”
She has opened the door for tens of thousands of sexual abuse survivors to also speak the words, many for the first time, within their own families and communities.
Doors open at 5:30 pm
October 11th, 2017
TimberHearth in Cordillera
Two Rivers Coalition for Victim Advocacy’s Annual Event
April 6th, 2017 5:00-7:00pm
Glenwood Springs Branch Library
Local resource information for victims of crime
Glenwood Springs Fire Department fire truck for children
Pinwheels and Forget Me Knot flower packets
Food and drink provided by the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office and the District Attorney 9th Judicial District
Critical Community Meeting on Mandated Reporting
We need your help to ensure that our community and children are safe
April 6th, 2017
1:00 – 2:00 pm
Glenwood Springs Branch Library
Are you a mandated reporter or do you supervise mandated reporters?
If so please join us!
As a community we have failed to report abuse and the most vulnerable among us is suffering, our children. Join this critical community discussion on Mandated Reporting. We need your help to ensure our community and our children are safe.
BUILDING RESILIENCY ~ ADDRESSING SECONDARY TRAUMA
Friday, November 4, 2016, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Presented by Cathy Phelps, MA, LCSW
Executive Director, Center for Trauma & Resilience, Denver
Understand and recognize the impact of secondary trauma
Learn to proactively identify individual factors that contribute to secondary trauma and compassion fatigue
Develop strategies to build and maintain personal and professional resilience
Training provided free of charge by Office for Victims of Crime
Lunch provided by River Bridge Regional Center