To date, LHC has served over 103,000 youth, facilitated more than 10,000 hours of curriculum and partnered with over 50 organizations.
Lincoln Hills Cares facilitates outdoor education and recreation, cultural history, and youth workforce programs with our Denver metro and Front Range communities. Through a variety of partnerships with local, regional and national nonprofit and municipal organizations we continue to expand our reach by serving a growing number of youth, young adults and families who may experience barriers to accessing outdoor experiences.
Lincoln Hills Cares acknowledges that we operate on the ancestral lands and traditional territories of the Arapaho (Hinonoeino) and Cheyenne (Tsitsistas) People. We are committed to honoring the legacy of the original stewards by protecting and preserving the land.
- Youth and Family Outdoor Education – culturally responsive, experiential outdoor education and recreation programs for youth and families
- Nizhoni Equestrian Experience – fostering social and emotional development for youth & teen girls through equestrian training
- LHC Pathways – youth employment programs exploring the confluence of public, environmental and community health
- TeamWorks Service Learning Program – summer-intensive service learning program focused on environmental conservation and land management, in partnership with Teens, Inc.