Mission & History


‘Connecting Morgan County families with support and tools for successful living’ is fulfilled by providing information and resources regarding community agencies, advocacy for families in need of stability or to navigate different systems and through a variety of educational opportunities including parent education and nutrition education.


Morgan County Family Center began in 1993 in response to the need to provide local resources and referral for family services and was incorporated in 1994.  The Center’s first program was the Parents as Teachers© program, which is still being offered.   The Center joined the Family Resource Center Association in 2000. Through the years, programs have been added or changed but the philosophy has remained steady with connecting families to community resources. In October of 2019, the Morgan County Family Center began celebrating their 25th year of serving the Morgan County community. In December of 2019, the Center opened a second office in Brush. Current locations are at 411 Main Street, Suite 100 in Fort Morgan, CO and at 120 Clayton Street in Brush, CO.