Resources

Community Resources

Here is our recommended list of services and programs that support the well-being of families throughout the Denver and Boulder, Colorado communities.

  • Promoting Children’s Social-Emotional Development
    The Colorado Office of Early Childhood offers free and confidential Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) consultations to support children’s social-emotional development from birth to age 6.
  • Denver Early Childhood Council
    This independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization works to build a strong and sustainable early childhood system that meets the needs of young children and families. They are the leading source of training, support, and information about funding and other resources for early childhood professionals and child care programs in the City and County of Denver.
  • Colorado Office of Early Childhood
    This branch of the Colorado Department of Human Services provides support and services to children from birth up to 13 years old, their families, and early childhood professionals in order to prepare Colorado’s children for future success through high quality child care, family and community supports, home visiting, mental health, and other programs.
  • Save the Children Action Network – Colorado
    Founded in 2014, Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) is an advocacy groups that holds elected leaders accountable to invest in kids from birth to age 5. The organization influences public policy on the federal, state and local levels through advocacy, mobilization and political action to ensure lawmakers make children in the U.S. and around the world a priority.
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