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Family Center of Douglas County is a family resource center partnership between Catholic Charities of Central Colorado and Manna Resource Center. Beginning in June of 2024, the formal Family Center partnership will dissolve but the agencies continue to provide services designed to serve and strengthen families at their respective locations. 

Family on Digital Tablet


Catholic Charities of Central Colorado Castle Rock Office offers a variety of programs and services to help individuals and families move toward self-sufficiency, including individualized case management and referrals.  The office serves Douglas, Park, and Elbert County residents.  Call (720) 215-4521 for an appointment.

410 Wilcox Street #102

Castle Rock, CO

Case Management/

Care Plans

Case Managers work with families and individuals experiencing crises to identify needs and goals, then help develop a plan to achieve those goals.We are a partner and a referring agency for DC Cares, a multi-agency collaborative providing opportunities to vulnerable residents in Douglas County.

Parent Cafe – Castle Rock

Engage in meaningful conversations with other people in parenting roles about what matters most: Your Family!

Emergency Services

We are a community resource for meeting emergency needs through tangible support such as rent, essential baby needs, and a food pantry.

Community Outreach Programs

Through partnerships with the Catholic churches and other agencies in the community, we conduct several outreach programs throughout the year.

Family Using a Tablet


Manna Resource Center connects our neighbors in Douglas County and the surrounding area to valuable resources,  provides individual coaching, mental wellness, opportunities to learn and grow, and spaces to build community.

3900 Grace Blvd.

Highlands Ranch, CO


Following an initial meeting with our Integration Specialist, clients are paired 1:1 with a trained coach who will meet with them 2-3 times a month, help them identify goals related to areas of their life that are unstable or need support, and work with them to break down barriers to accomplishing those goals. 


Clients that want a deeper level of support and accountability may choose to join the Manna Connect program. Manna Connect is a personal development program that provides participants with community, coaching, and career skill advancement as they identify and overcome barriers to self-sufficiency and wholeness. Participants meet with their coach 2-3 times a month to engage in goal setting and identity development. They complete a career portfolio that increases their employability and can help them launch into a new career. Manna Connect participants build community each month on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday nights by engaging with each other and volunteer allies around life skill topics. 


Manna Community Wellness offers individual and family psychotherapy sessions with our staff clinician.  Our aim is to support the overall health and wellbeing of participants as they pursue their goals. The Wellness program accepts Colorado Medicaid and works with clients who are uninsured or have private insurance on a sliding scale. Clients who are interested in seeing if our clinician is the right fit for them should schedule an initial phone consultation at no charge.


Parent Café is a welcoming space where parents can enjoy in a filling meal, engage in meaningful conversations, gain insights, and build connections with fellow caregivers. All caregivers are welcome to attend a Parent Café which meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 6-8 pm. Therapeutic childcare is provided for children up to age 12. Registration is required.

PARENT CONNECT is a 10 week, evidence-based program for parents and caregivers for pre-teens and teens who are struggling with behavioral or mental health challenges.

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