These programs teach kids how to engage in positive behaviors that help them grow into self-sufficient adults. Through athletics, outdoor experiences, sexual health education, gardening, cooking classes and more, our kids learn how to take ownership of their physical and mental health. We also provide a hot and nutritious meal to every child, every day … Read more >
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 >
Colorado Preschool Program preschool housed within the Sangre de Cristo School District. The preschool serves children 3-6 yrs. old.
This program seeks to create nurturing environments that foster mental wellness among children, families, and staff and focus on reduction of expulsions from child care.
Experienced, knowledgeable coaches provide guidance and support to maximize spending impacts and act as a local resource to help improve overall quality and Colorado Shines Rating. Coaching Services can include: – ERS and/or CLASS assessments – Developing a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) – Level 3-5 Colorado Shines Rating Preparation – Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation … Read more >
Our Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation program can provide any Early Care & Education/child care program in southwest Denver, including Family, Friend, and Neighbor caregivers with free supports and resources to help promote healthy social emotional development of children birth to eight years old. All services are provided by experienced professional in early childhood development … Read more >
Kid Connects provides integrated health and mental health consultation through a relationship-based mental health consultation model in which consultants are based at licensed child care settings.
Crib to Kindergarten is a collaborative program that supports young children’s emotional health. Since early childhood mental health lies within the parent child relationship, services are provided to the family. A child can be referred by a parent, an agency, a preschool site, or through community screening or evaluations. A child might be referred if … Read more >
ECPAC provides comprehensive quality improvement support to licensed child care programs (Centers and Family Child Care Homes) as well as to informal child care providers (Families, Friends, and Neighbors). Support includes professional development training, on-site coaching or implementation support, and funding for learning materials. Additionally, ECPAC works closely with the local mental health center to … Read more >
Colorado’s Head Start Collaboration Office has established six priorities: Partner with state child care systems highlighting the EHS-CC Partnership Initiatives Work with state efforts to collect data regarding early childhood programs and child outcomes Support the expansion and access of high quality, workforce and career opportunities for staff Working with state Quality Rating Improvement Systems … Read more >