CEEn Jefferson Early Head Start

CEEN Early Head Start is a federally funded program serving eligible children in Weld County with infant, toddler and family services at no cost to families. Colorado Early Education Network (CEEN) provides Early Head Start center-based services in Weld County, Colorado. Many of the communities served are small, rural, and separated by large distances; the … Read more >

CEEN John Evans Early Head Start

CEEN Early Head Start is a federally funded program serving eligible children in Weld County with infant, toddler and family services at no cost to families. Colorado Early Education Network (CEEN) provides Early Head Start center-based services in Weld County, Colorado. Many of the communities served are small, rural, and separated by large distances; the … Read more >

Christmas 4 Kids

Connections 4 Kids offers the program “Christmas 4 Kids” to families of young children in Moffat County. We are excited about this program and working with the community to help all children enjoy the holiday season. Last year we provided toys to 102 families in the community which included 224 children. With the help of … Read more >

Dolly Parton Imagination Library

Connections 4 Kids, in collaboration with Moffat County Youth United Way, continue to offer Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Moffat and Rio Blanco counties. Imagination Library is a program that offers high-quality, age-appropriate books to children from birth to age 5. The program is free to families and limits registration only by age and residence, … Read more >

Pediatric Therapy

Pediatric Therapies at TLC Pediatric therapy is available for TLC preschool students and for children in the community from ages birth to 12. Preschool students receive therapy sessions either in their classrooms during activities with their fellow students or in private rooms. Children from the community receive therapy sessions in private rooms on the TLC … Read more >

Childcare/ early childhood education Center

TLC recognizes the hectic schedules of modern families, and offers the same high-quality early education atmosphere of our preschool classrooms for the littlest of learners in our infant nursery and toddler classrooms. Childcare at TLC serves children as young as eight weeks old up to 2 1/2 years old, when children can transition into our … Read more >

Council Impact Tool (CI Tool) Initiative

ECCLA is moving forward on a long-held objective to measure, analyze, and communicate the collective impact that the network of Early Childhood Councils has across the state. This initiative, the Council Impact Tool (CI Tool), is capturing both the local and the statewide impact of Councils. The five sections of the CI Tool are based … Read more >

Early Childhood Health Outdoors (ECHO) Partnership

ECHO is based on a decade of research by North Carolina State University’s Natural Learning Initiative on the Preventing Obesity by Design model. This research showed that by improving the design of outdoor spaces through affordable interventions and training early childhood professionals, young children and early childhood programs enjoy substantial benefits. Together, ECHO and ECCLA … Read more >

Break Time Respite Program

Group respite program provided 2 x month for children 0-21 years of age with special needs and their siblings. Sessions provide one-on-one volunteer for each child participating and are supported by a Behavior Specialist and Nurse to support children of all needs.

Physician and Community Outreach

Education of pediatrician and family practice offices on standardized developmental screening for children 0-5 and referral resources within the community.