Kingdom Builder’s Family Life Center (KBFLC) was founded in 2013 in Colorado Springs by Ms. Lisa Jenkins, a long-term victim advocate and case manager, and a survivor of domestic abuse. The organization’s mission is committed to changing the narrative of underserved individuals, families and youth who have been impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. KBFLC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in good standing with the IRS and the State of Colorado.
We believe that if we provide families with relevant services and programs, meaningful engagement with people who care and opportunities to practice leadership—they will become change agents and contributors to a healthy, thriving community.
This formula for change maintains that healthy, involved people can influence policy and ultimately create healthier, safer, and economically robust communities. It recognizes that families are inherently resilient and that risk can be reduced with the right set of supports, services and opportunities.
Each of our programs will be unique in its own way but designed to support each individual, family and/or youth that have been impacted by trauma.
Each of our programs will be unique in its own way but some of the program elements will include: educational support through tutoring, life skills and study skills training.
Our program is designed to reduce the traumatic impact of victimization by providing comprehensive, trauma-informed services to those who have been victimized, as well as individuals who have been indirectly affected by Domestic Violence.
Several times a year we provide community events to bring education and awareness to the community concerning trauma and how it impacts families as well as resources that are available to support the families.