Collaborative Coaching

Collaborative Coaching is an evidence-based case management approach designed to help families move from crisis to self-sufficiency. By partnering with participants, Family Success Coaches help the families acquire the resources, skills, and sustained behavior changes needed to achieve and preserve economic independence. Collaborative Coaching engages participants in a process of goal-setting and achievement to put … Read more >


Seedlings is a 10-week parenting curriculum for new and expecting parents developed by specifically for Growing Home by a professor at the University of Denver. The class focuses on the impact of toxic stress and adverse childhood experiences on young children and the vital role parents can play in buffering this toxic stress and impacting … Read more >

Incredible Years

Growing Home’s Incredible Years (IY) program has consistently received high marks from our national funding partners. IY is a 14-week parent education class that utilizes the nationally recognized Incredible Years curriculum; classes are taught twice a year, both in English and in Spanish. Parents report significant increases in positive parenting practices, appropriate discipline, and praise … Read more >

Parents as Teachers

Parents As Teachers (PAT) is a home-visitation program with the core value of which is that the parent is a child’s first and most influential teacher. PAT is designed to teach parents about a child’s development and windows of opportunity for development so they’re able to reach their highest potential through age-appropriate, homemade activities. Growing … Read more >

Colorado Launch Fellowship

Teach For America Colorado now offers an additional program for applicants who are interested in pursuing a career focused on educational equity and seeking an opportunity to spend a year learning alongside a master teacher. The program combines a year of intensive training and development as a classroom leader with exposure to what it takes … Read more >

Teach For America Corps Members

Teach For America recruits outstanding and diverse leaders to become TFA “corps members.” Corps members commit to teaching for two years in a low-income community, where they’re employed by local schools and confront both the challenges and joys of expanding opportunities for kids. After two years, they become part of the TFA alumni network. Informed … Read more >

Confident Parenting

A course designed to educate and support parents of children 2 to 5 on social, emotional and physical development. Concrete skills and techniques to support parents through some of the difficult times in raising young children. 6 weeks, with one class per week, dinner and child care provided.

Expanding Quality in Infant and Toddler Care

The Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care (EQIT) 48-hour low cost course of training is designed for any individual who works with infants and toddlers and is interested in improving his/her knowledge and skills in an in-depth, hands on course. Participants in the EQIT Course learn about the importance of brain development in the first … Read more >

EQIT Coaching

An Infant Toddler Specialist is defined as an individual whose role is to provide support to professionals and caregivers who provide early care and education to infants and toddlers. Funded in large part by the Infant/Toddler Earmark within the Child Care Development Block Grant, many states have developed an Infant/Toddler Specialist Network by funding these … Read more >

EQIT Course

The Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care (EQIT) 48-hour course of training is designed for individuals like you who currently work with or plan to work with infants and toddlers and are interested in improving your knowledge and skills. It is particularly appropriate for child care providers who are looking for an in-depth, hands-on course … Read more >