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Imagine a World Where All Children Thrive




A team of high school students (Child Abuse Prevention Society (C.A.P.S.)) volunteered to paint a mural to raise awareness about child abuse in Montezuma County and to encourage residents to report their suspicions if they believe a child is suffering from maltreatment. Sponsored by The Michalak Farmers Insurance Agency – Durango and Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado

If you haven’t had a chance to drive by the mural (on North Market St.), check out the images below.

It is beautiful, and such an great addition to our community.


Beautiful September Quilts

21 amazing quilts were donated by Project Linus. Those quilts equal 420 volunteer hours! Amazing!! Thank you for your continued support.

Join our board!

Are you passionate about protecting children in our community? Looking to work together with a great group of local volunteers? Want to bring your great ideas and knowledge to an active nonprofit in Montezuma County? 

The Four Corners Child Advocacy Center has positions available on our board of directors. For more information, please complete the fillable PDF and send it to Nicci Crowley, outreach director, at

COVID-19 Resources

We will be updating this news post regularly with great information. Check back periodically! 

Got siblings at home together? Are they starting to get on each other’s nerves? Here’s a great article our therapist, Rachel, found to share: SIBLINGS GETTING ALONG.

Article in the Journal


Thank you to the Cortez Journal for the article about our efforts in child abuse prevention and education. Visit THE JOURNAL for the full article.

Forensic Interviewer/Child & Family Advocate Opening

Four Corners Child Advocacy Center is seeking a full-time forensic interviewer/child & family advocate.   The Forensic Interviewer/Child and Family Victim Advocate provides quality, neutral, non-leading interviews for child victims of abuse and neglect. Coordinates and provides technical and operational support to multi-disciplinary team members and provides information, referrals, and support services to child victims and their families.  Candidate must have experience working with children and families, have knowledge of child development and be familiar with local and state resources for child victims of abuse.  Candidate must possess either a Bachelor’s degree in human services, psychology, sociology, education, or criminal justice (negotiable) and preferably have extensive related work experience. Send resume`, cover letter and three references to Direct question to Rose Jergens, 970-565-8155 or

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month

Join us in raising awareness!!

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month

Join us in raising awareness!!

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