Integrated Family Community Services 3370 South Irving Street, Englewood, CO 80110-1816 Ph: 303-789-0501

What to Tell Your Kids When You’re a Front-Line Worker

You are an essential healthcare worker. Your services are valued now more than ever during a global pandemic. While many other employees have been given the option of working at home, you have no choice. Patients of all ages need your personalized attention. You chose your work as a calling. That doesn’t make it any Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on What to Tell Your Kids When You’re a Front-Line Worker

5 Ways Your Doctor Is Helping To Improve Your Family Visits

You probably took a great deal of time when choosing your medical providers. Most patients look for healthcare professionals who are knowledgeable and who have a good bedside manner. You appreciate feeling respected and heard when you go to the doctor, and you definitely want a practitioner who is a highly-skilled expert in their field. Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on 5 Ways Your Doctor Is Helping To Improve Your Family Visits

4 Ways to Protect Family Members Who Are Sensitive to the Summer’s Heat

The months of June, July, and August mean fun in the sun, family barbecues, and, of course, heatwaves. Some people are more sensitive to heat than others. Factors like genetics, age, sex, and physical condition influence how individuals respond to elevated temperatures. For example, certain medical conditions like asthma trigger extreme symptoms when an affected Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on 4 Ways to Protect Family Members Who Are Sensitive to the Summer’s Heat

4 Things You Can Do With Your Old Family Car

Even if you take great care of your car, it will eventually lose its usefulness for your family. When that happens, it’s important to dispose of your car responsibly to ensure you receive the benefits you deserve while also protecting the environment. Fortunately, there are several options available to you when you decide that it’s Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on 4 Things You Can Do With Your Old Family Car

Advanced Tools to Help Your Kids Learn at Home

Schools are closed, and children are at home. It does not matter why this is taking place. It might be due to the pandemic’s social distancing, or it can be a snowy day. Anyway, now you have to do your work at home and take responsibility for the kid’s education. The great news is that Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on Advanced Tools to Help Your Kids Learn at Home

How to Talk to Your Kids About Death and Loss

Death and loss are never easy topics to deal with or talk about, and when children go through these experiences, you can imagine their thoughts and grief. Psychologists believe that it is essential to have a conversation with your kids, and depending on their age, you will have to tailor your talk on a level Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on How to Talk to Your Kids About Death and Loss

4 Ways to Protect Family Members Who Are Sensitive to the Summer’s Heat

The months of June, July, and August mean fun in the sun, family barbecues, and, of course, heatwaves. Some people are more sensitive to heat than others. Factors like genetics, age, sex, and physical condition influence how individuals respond to elevated temperatures. For example, certain medical conditions like asthma trigger extreme symptoms when an affected Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on 4 Ways to Protect Family Members Who Are Sensitive to the Summer’s Heat

How to Find the Best Neighborhood for a Family with Disabilities

Finding the right home in a desirable neighborhood can be challenging for anyone. A family member with a disability requires extra consideration where housing is concerned to ensure the person’s health and safety needs are met. Here are a few points to keep in mind when searching for the best location. Work with a Knowledgeable Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on How to Find the Best Neighborhood for a Family with Disabilities

4 Quick and Easy Recipes that Even Your Kids Will Love

Every parent has been there before. Dinner time is quickly approaching and you are scrambling to come up with a meal that is easy to make and that the kids will not turn up their noses at. The challenge of cooking for a family is to find meals that appeal to everyone’s personal preferences, satisfy Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on 4 Quick and Easy Recipes that Even Your Kids Will Love

How to Keep Your Family Safe From COVID-19 During Your Move

Moving with a family at any time is stressful, but adding in the factor of a global pandemic and trying to keep your family healthy is extra worrisome. However, by being careful and following a few simple guidelines, you can keep your family and yourself safe. Know the statistics If you are moving to a Read more

Posted in Guest Posts | Comments Off on How to Keep Your Family Safe From COVID-19 During Your Move

Find Us on Social Media

IFCS On Twitter

Did you know our #freshproduce changes weekly? Come by this week to grab yours! #nonprofit #freefood #englewood #denver #littleton

We LOVE hearing from families we helped. Thank you Deborah for posting this review of our services. We are so happy we could help!!

Save The Date: POP THE TRUNK FOOD DRIVE

When: Sunday June 28, 2020, 11am to 2pm

Where: Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles Ave Littleton, 80127

What: A Contact-less Food Drive to benefit the IFCS. Non-perishable, hygiene, and paper product grocery items will be collected.

Load More...

Key Sponsors

Our Affliations

 

 

IFCS

Sign Up for our eNewsletter

Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Sign up for our Email Newsletter
For Email Marketing you can trust

USDA Non-Discrimination Policy

IFCS follows the USDA non-discrimination policy. Learn more by clicking here to read the statement. (PDF)