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 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 >
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 >
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.
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 >
Growing Home engages community members, identifies neighborhood leaders, and supports residents as they build their advocacy skills and leverage their collective power to address priority issues identified by the community and related to Growing Home’s mission and program areas, such as housing justice, food justice, and educational equity/child development.
The EQIT initiative works to increase the quality and availability of high quality infant and toddler care that meets the unique developmental need infants and toddlers have for responsive relationships. Activities include the facilitation of high quality professional development for infant and toddler early care educators, infant toddler specialists and supports for the provision of … Read more >
Provides support to families and licensed facilities with resource and referral services. Services include: recruiting new licensed providers, updating program information, determine ongoing needs of providers, partnering with the centralized call center, developing a list of resources for each county to support children and families, partnering with key stakeholders throughout the 4 county region, and … Read more >
United Way of Weld County’s Promises for Children works to ensure that all children are valued, healthy and thriving by focusing on the whole child. PFC does this by utilizing the Early Childhood Colorado Framework to: -Educate Weld County’s citizens on the importance of prenatal health care, early childhood development and support for young children … Read more >
Best Start for Babies and Toddlers (BSB/T) classes instruct parents—a child’s first and primary teachers—on their child’s development, activities for bonding, how to find helpful resources, how to find quality child care, preventing and treating illnesses, child safety, strategies for encouraging children’s positive social-emotional development and more. BSB/T uses the Partners for a Healthy Baby … Read more >