2018 Parents as Teachers Evaluation Parent Possible

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In 2017-18, Parent Possible worked with the OMNI Institute to conduct an analysis of the evaluation data gathered from 28 sites delivering the Parents as Teachers (PAT) program throughout Colorado. Evaluation instruments were administered twice and include a parent-report survey; home visitor observations of parent child interaction; and home visitor assessments of children’s school readiness. … Read more >

2018 Home Instruction of Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) Evaluation Parent Possible

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In 2017-18, Parent Possible worked with the OMNI Institute to conduct an analysis of the evaluation data gathered from 7 sites delivering the Home Instruction of Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) program throughout Colorado. Evaluation instruments were administered twice and include a parent-report survey; home visitor observations of parent child interaction; and home visitor assessments … Read more >

2017 Return on Investment-Early Learning Ventures

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A focused study of Early Childhood Education providers and stakeholders with detailed information about their usage of Early Learning Venture’s (ELV) services and how these services impacted their operations. The study found that providers who use ELV’s services experience significant cost savings, increases in administrative efficiency, improved working conditions, which could lead to a higher … Read more >

Colorado Family Resource Center Association: Family Pathways and CFSA 2.0 Evaluation Report

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The purpose of the Family Resource Center Association Evaluation Report is to present information on families served by Family Resource Centers through the Family Pathways, including their demographic characteristics and services received; and family outcomes following family support services including gains in areas vital for safe, stable, and thriving families, and that protect children from … Read more >

Early Learning Ventures Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Model

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In 2015, Early Learning Ventures (ELV) received a federal Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) grant, which enabled ELV to provide comprehensive services to 240 children under three years old by partnering with 32 child care providers across four counties in Colorado. After just one year of EHS-CCP implementation, providers partnering with ELV experienced stronger … Read more >

SafeCare Colorado- Final Report

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SafeCare® is an evidence-based in-home parent education program designed for high risk families with children birth to five. The program in Colorado is currently piloting in 11 community-based agencies serving 39 counties and two tribal nations. SafeCare Colorado (SCC) is designed to be home based, voluntary, and preventive. The Kempe Center for the Prevention and … Read more >

Colorado Community Response-Overview of Preliminary Evaluation Results

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Colorado Community Response (CCR) is a voluntary child maltreatment prevention pilot program implemented over the past three years as part of the Governor’s Keeping Children Safe and Families Healthy 2.0 Plan. Goals are to increase economic security and build protective factors to prevent child neglect and abuse in low-income families. Key findings from this overview … Read more >

Colorado Licensed Child Care Facilities Report

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This data set, updated twice a month, allows analysts direct access to public data providing a current picture of the state of licensed child care in Colorado with individual facilities as the unit. All Colorado non-24 hour child care facilities with an open license are included along with their license number, legal business name, care … Read more >

Colorado Nurse-Family Partnership 2017 Annual Evaluation Report

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The report provides an overview of the Nurse-Family Partnership program in Colorado.  The report provides demographic information on the clients served, client outcomes, return on investment, who manages the program and how the program is funded. The Executive Summary can be found HERE. Published by: Invest In Kids Published date: February 2018

2018 KIDS COUNT!

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The 2018 edition of KIDS COUNT in Colorado! examines child well-being trends across the 25-year history of the comprehensive report on child well- being. From plummeting infant mortality rates to a concerning rise in teen suicides, the anniversary edition of the KIDS COUNT report offers a long-term look at how Colorado kids are faring—and what … Read more >