The interview with Kairos Youth and Family Services founders, Loren Fardulis and Bill Cremen is now posted. Their goal is to break the cycle of sex trafficking by providing restorative care and empowering the young victims caught up in this hideous crime.
Join Leslie Carol Botha and guest Loren Fardulis – CEO and founder of Kairos Youth & Family Service and Amy’s House - ‘Colorado’s unparalleled restorative care and residential treatment program for sexually exploited teenagers’, Monday night from 6 to 7 pm MST on Holy Hormones Honey! KRFC FM Fort Collins, CO.
Fardulis and is his partner, Bill Cremen, COO will joining Botha in the studio to discuss the opening of Amy’s House in northern Larimer County. We will be discussing the sex trafficking of adolescents, and the long and dedicated journey of perseverance to open the restorative care program in the spring of 2013.
Kairos Youth & Family Services is a nonprofit organization formed to create a coalition of caring people who are committed to assisting children often forgotten by society. We are aggressively working to make a difference in the quality of life for these children who have been exploited, used and abused.
Specifically, the services of Kairos Youth & Family Services include: family-style group homes, special education schools, therapy/treatment centers, and work ethic training centers.
Kairos Youth & Family Services is dedicated to providing the finest resources for inspiration, education, training and development for these important members of society.
Loren C. Fardulis, MA is about kids and their families. Specifically, he is about neglected and abused kids and family dynamics: relationships, child development, discipline, and behavior modification. Fardulis is a crusader for developing a national program for restorative care residential treatment homes for sex trafficked adolescent girls.
Fardulis earned his master’s degree in Psychology from Andrews University in Michigan. He was an educator and counselor for over 30 years. He founded and served as Chief Executive Officer for Monarch Youth Homes, a multi-state residential treatment agency. In addition he co-founded two institutes that produce professional materials for group homes, treatment centers, and parents: The 180 Institute and the IPC Institute. Fardulis is currently the founder and Chief Executive Officer for Kairos Youth and Family Services (d.b.a. Amy’s House).
His experiences have taken him across America as well as internationally into El Salvador and Bangladesh where he was privileged to provide consulting and training to administrators, teachers, and youth workers in orphanages.
Fardulis believes that the number one job of parents and Child Care Workers is to inspire their children. He believes that they need to be empowered with knowledge and skills to do just that. He has written and published workbooks, parenting tools, charts, articles, and professional training curriculum for Child Care Workers. He is a passionate teacher, a sensitive counselor, and a realist.