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A Kid’s Place

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Locations
A Kid’s Place
2540 11th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
United States
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Phone
970-353-5970
Fax
970-353-9577
Contact
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Website
http://www.akidsplace.org/



A Kid’s Place

A Kid’s Place was founded in 1995 by the Weld County Child Abuse Coalition as the child abuse assessment center for Weld County.

The mission of A Kid's Place is to provide advocacy and support for abused or neglected children by advancing coordinated investigations, prosecution and victim services.

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