Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

HIPPY is national, evidence based home visitation program. Roots Family Center is offering this program for families with children 3 – 5 years old. The program consists of weekly home visits (1 – 1.5 hrs per visit) in which the home visitor role plays a packet of activities with the adult in the home and … Read more >

Parents as Teachers

Parents as Teachers is national, evidence based home visitation program. Roots Family Center is offering this program for families with children 0 – 36 months old. The program consists of bi-weekly home visits (1 – 1.5 hrs per visit), screenings, group connections and resources and referrals. The program is offered to primarily Spanish speaking families … Read more >

Child Care Resource and Referral

The Partnership for Children and Families (PCF) is the Child Care Resource and Referral agency for Mesa County. We partner with Mile High United Way to ensure that families find the care they need. We also work to ensure that families have access to quality early childhood programs and/or quality friend, family, and neighbors care. … Read more >

Licensed Child Care Quality Improvement Program

The Partnership for Children & Families (PCF) provides comprehensive quality improvement support to licensed child care programs through the Colorado Shines Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). Support includes on-site coaching and implementation support, technical assistance with Colorado Shines, professional development training and funding for classroom and playground materials that will help address program goals … Read more >

Children with Challenging Behaviors Study

The Early Childhood Council of Boulder County continues to conduct, with sponsor support, a survey of Boulder County’s early care and education providers in order to estimate the prevalence and describe the characteristics of young children in care with challenging behaviors and provider responses to those behaviors. The purpose of this continuing data collection is … Read more >

Collective Impact Collaboration

In order to make a substantive impact on large social problems, like school readiness, we work to bring together a diverse group of committed organizations in Boulder County to act in a mutually reinforcing way to impact a common goal. To that end, ECCBC acts as the backbone organization for the Boulder County Early Childhood … Read more >

Quality Improvement Program

The Early Childhood Council of Boulder County provides comprehensive quality improvement support to licensed child care programs through the Colorado Shines Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS). Support includes on-site coaching and implementation support, technical assistance with Colorado Shines, professional development training and funding for classroom and playground materials that will help address program goals … Read more >

SLV Early Childhood Systems Building

We build organizational and community capacity to ensure: sound policy, strong partnerships, sufficient investments, robust public engagement, shared accountability, effective leadership and relevant education opportunities. Grassroots advocacy to encourage early childhood policy by engaging professionals, community leaders, and other citizens joined together by their concern for the well-being of Colorado’s children. Collect and analyze data, … Read more >

SLV Parents As Teachers Home Visitation

Parents as Teachers promotes the optimal early development, learning and health of young children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. We advance the delivery of high quality services for families through a comprehensive system of supports and innovative solutions.

SLV Home Visitation Coalition

Connecting families to Home Visitation Programs through the Home Visiting Coalition: Parents As Teachers (PAT); Nurse Family Partnership (NFP); Healthy Steps; Safe Care; and Working Together program. Providing information and support to these home visitors including information for immigrant families, drug use conversations, safety on home visits, mental health first aide and the Colorado Child … Read more >