Learn More: Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County
Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County, October 2018
The Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County (ECPAC) includes many organizations and family partners building a system of early childhood education, health, mental health and family support so every child is ready to succeed in school and life.
The Early Childhood Development Collaborative, October 2018
The San Juan Region led by Bright Futures for Early Childhood and Families is fostering social-emotional learning through the Pyramid Coaching Project. Research shows that fostering social-emotional learning in early childhood pays dividends in the futures–better academic performance, better relationships, and better mental health.
Learn More: United Way of Weld County Promises For Children
United Way of Weld County, October 2018
United Way of Weld County’s Promises for Children works with child care providers to increase the quality of care given to their children, connects working parents with 2-1-1 for their child care needs, and provides parents with a variety of resources to strengthen families.
Mesa County Partnership for Children & Families, the local Early Childhood Council, has teamed up with KKCO 11 News to bring families resources that support healthy child development and promote school readiness.
Early Childhood Care Options Lack Availability, Affordability
Steamboat Today, August 2018
First Impressions of Routt County, the local Early Childhood Council, shares their community’s progress to identify challenges, strengths, and opportunities to increase local access and affordability of child care.
How Weld County is Battling a Severe Shortage of Child Care
Greeley Tribune, August 2018
There’s a severe shortage of child care providers in Weld County. Promises for Children, Weld County’s Early Childhood Councils discusses their role with community partners to collectively work towards solutions for families.
First Impressions of Routt County, the local Early Childhood Council, has teamed up with providers, families, employees, and community members to dig into child care challenges and create a community plan for the future.
Can in-house child care keep young teachers in the classroom?
Chalkbeat, July 2018
School districts in Colorado are increasingly looking to offer in-house care to employees. The Montelores Early Childhood Council shares the impact this opportunity has had for local teachers has been their rural community.
Promises for Children, Weld County’s Early Childhood Council and United Way of Weld County launched the interactive website “Roadmap4Kids” to connect local families with resources and information to support the healthy development of young children.
“We all benefit when children in our community are cared for in safe, nurturing and quality environments. Mesa County Partnership for Children & Families, local leaders, and community members are leading innovative childcare initiatives.