This page contains all programs that have been entered on the The Early Childhood Colorado Framework website. Programs are listed in order of entry; use the categories to search for programs by the Framework Domains and Outcomes, as well as program Activities, Primary Role, Population Served and Service Area, as well as by Keyword.

Car Seats

This program is dedicated to keeping children safe in a vehicle. Trained, certified car seat technicians will properly fit a child to an age- and weight-appropriate car seat, and instruct parents on the proper use and installation of a car seat. Last year, over 200 age- and size-appropriate car seats were given to families at … Read more >

Immunitzations

The goal of Montezuma County’s immunization program is to reduce the risk of vaccine- preventable diseases. A variety of immunizations are available for children and adults. Please call our office for cost and availability of immunizations. Immunization clinics are held Mondays from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm. by appointment or on other days as needed … Read more >

WIC – (Women Infants and Children)

WIC is an educational and supplemental nutrition program for pregnant women, infants, and children 1-5 years old. Appointments are made to evaluate the nutritional health of the family and tailored food package checks are then issued for each participant. To qualify for WIC, the client must meet income guidelines and have one nutritional risk factor … Read more >

Family Business Solutions

When a company decides to partner with the Family Business Solutions program, they designate a certain amount up to which they will contribute for child care provision. Full-time employees with children who are eligible for medical benefits at enrolled companies can then qualify for Family Business Solutions. Each qualifying family receives assistance for each child … Read more >

Promises for Children: Weld County’s Early Childhood Council

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 >

Professional Development – Love to Learn Series

Child Care Provider Professional Development trainings offer over 15 hours of continuing education to Weld County child care providers each year. The trainings host speakers from the Colorado higher education system, ensuring the presentations are of high quality and encouraging providers to enroll in classes taught by an experienced teacher. The relationship built with the … Read more >

PASO Institute

Over the last decade, UWWC has increased our outreach to the family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) child care provider community in Weld County; with 12,814 children with parents in the workforce that need child care and only 5,956 licensed child care slots, there is a substantial FFN provider population in Weld County. To improve the … Read more >

Northern Colorado Children’s Festival

The Northern Colorado Children’s Festival focuses public attention on the needs of Weld County’s young children and their families, and recognizes the early childhood programs and services available in the community. With the help of many other agencies, this event highlights children as the building blocks for our community’s future. The festival offers many forms … Read more >

Expanding Quality in Infant and Toddler Care

The Expanding Quality in Infant and Toddler Care (EQIT) training is a 48-hour curriculum, and is offered twice per year in English and once per year in Spanish. The curriculum covers information including infant and toddler brain development, responsive caregiving, emotional development, motor development, language and literacy, understanding and respecting culture, inclusion/special needs, safe and … Read more >