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COLORADO FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAMS REFERRAL LIST
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NOTE: This is not a comprehensive list of all Colorado Home Visiting Programs. To add your program to the list please contact ann.bruce@state.co.us.
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Program NameAgencyEligibilityLocal ContactPhone NumberEmail/County
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Bright by ThreeMetro Denver Bright by ThreePregnant women and families with children ages birth to 4 years.Jennifer Cajina Grigsby303-433-6200, ext 105Adams
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Healthy Steps Children's HospitalBirth - 3rd birthday, all families who could benefit from additional education and supportMelissa Buchholz720-777-4920melissa.buchholz@ucdenver.eduAdams
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Home Instructions For Parents of Preschoool Youngsters (HIPPY)Low Income Family Empowerment Prenatal through Kindergarten; families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesAlicia Guevara720-523-2824aguevara@unisonhp.orgAdams
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)St. Anthony Health FoundationPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth) must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL)Kelly Gilbert-Ann Stager303-269-2960Kellygilbert@centura.orgAdams
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Tri-County Health DepartmentPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth) must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL)Valerie Wass303-255-6270 vwass@tchd.orgAdams
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Metro State Family LiteracyBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesAna Muneton303-458-8063amuneton@msudenver.eduAdams
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Parents as Teachers a Program of Families FirstPrenatal through Kindergarten; families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesLesa Nesbit
303-745-0327 ext. 1013
lesa@familiesfirstcolorado.orgAdams
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Growing HomeBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesRosanna Ledezma720-407-0226rosanna@growinghome.orgAdams
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SafeCare ColoradoFamily TreeAges birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemLaurel Henry720-492-9086SafeCare@thefamilytree.orgAdams
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Bright by ThreeValey-Wide Health Systems WICPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsKatherine Baer719-589-5860baerk@vwhs.orgAlamosa
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Family Resource CenterLa Lave Family Resource CenterPrograms vary by agency please call for informationToni Steffens-Steward719-589-9688info@lallavefrc.orgAlamosa
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Healthy StepsSan Luis Valley Behavioral Health GroupBirth - 3rd birthday, all families who could benefit from additional education and supportCheryl Martinez
719 587 6998
719-937-1035
cherylm@slvbhg.orgAlamosa
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Nurse Home Visitor Program (NFP)Valley Wide Health Systems, IncPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth) must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL) Greta Roberts
O:719-587-1038
C:719- 588-0509
roberts@vwhs.orgAlamosa
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) La Llave Family Resource Center, Inc.Birth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesJeff Bilderbeck719-589-9688jeff@lallavefrc.orgAlamosa
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SafeCare ColoradoSan Luis Valley Behavioral Health GroupAges birth -5; Families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemMarie Harrelson719-589-3671 Referrals@slvbhg.orgAlamosa
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Bright by ThreeMetro Denver Bright by ThreePregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 years.Jennifer Cajina Grigsby303-433-6200, ext 105Arapahoe
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Call agency for program informationAurora Community ConnectionCall center for eligibility informationCall center720-975-0147http://www.auroracommunityconnection.comArapahoe
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Nurse Home Visitor Program (NFP)Tri-County Health Dept Pr Prenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live bi birth) must be enrolled by 30 days p post-partum; low income (200% FPL) Ann Stager720-200-1619astager@tchd.orgArapahoe
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Parents as Teachers a Program of Families FirstPrenatal through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesLesa Nesbit303-745-0327lesa@familiesfirstcolorado.orgArapahoe
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Arapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesGretchen Davidson720-974-9630gretchen@acecc.orgArapahoe
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SafeCare ColoradoArapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilAges birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemAngelica Fox720-974-9630SafeCareCO@acecc.orgArapahoe
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Bright by ThreeBright by Three - DenverPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsJennifer Cajina Grigsby
303-433-6200 ext 105
Archuleta
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)San Juan Basin Health DepartmentP Prenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth) must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL)Courtney Lupia Blasi970 335-2037clupiablasi@sjbpublichealth.org Archuleta
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SafeCare ColoradoSan Juan Basin Public Health DepartmentAges birth -5; Families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemJulie Goodman970-247-5702SafeCare@sjbpublichealth.orgArchuleta
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Bright by ThreeCatholic Charities, Diocese of PuebloPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsIda Rhodes719-544-4233 ext 109irhodes@pueblocharities.orgBaca
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Prowers County Public HealthP Prenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low in low income (200% FPL) Tiffany Hines
719-336-8721 ext: 240
thines@prowerscounty.netBaca
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SafeCare ColoradoHigh Plains Community Health CenterAges birth -5; Families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemAmber Settles719-336-0261, ext 142SafeCareCO@highplainschc.netBaca
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Bright by ThreeCatholic Charities, Diocese of PuebloPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsIda Rhodes719-544-4233 ext 109irhodes@pueblocharities.orgBent
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Early Head StartOtero Junior College Child Development ServicesPrenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will meet poverty guidelines (100-130%), child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Tracey Lucero719-384-3105Tracey.lucero@ojc.eduBent
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Prowers County Public HealthPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth);must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL) Tiffany Hines
719-336-8721 ext: 240
thines@prowerscounty.netBent
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Parents as Teachers (PAT)Tri-County Family Care CenterBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesMarcellia Lopez-Flores719-254-7776marcellia.tricountyfcc@gmail.comBent
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SafeCare ColoradoHigh Plains Community Health CenterAges birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemAmber Settles719-336-0261, ext 142SafeCareCO@highplainschc.netBent
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Bright by ThreeBright by Three - DenverPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 years.Jennifer Cajina Grigsby303-433-6200 ext 105Boulder
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Children with Special NeedsBoulder County Public HealthIn-home visits from a nurse who helps monitor infant development; helps parents understand special health care needs and treatment choices, find local services, and navigate the health care systemLori McLean303-678-6137imclean@bouldercounty.orgBoulder
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Community Infant ProgramBoulder County Public HealthIn-home visits from a parent-infant psychotherapist and nurse who partner with families around their specific needs, including learning skills for positive parenting; healthy nutrition and feeding practices; communication skills between family members; addressing depression, anxiety and past trauma; and reading baby’s cues303-661-0333Boulder
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Early Head StartWild Plum Center Locations: EHS Home-Based 803 3rd Ave Longmont CO 80501 Pace Building1650 Pace St Unit 100 Longmont CO 80504Prenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will be at 100% of Federal poverty guidelines, child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Diana Fernandez303-776-8523dianaf@wildplumcenter.orgBoulder
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Family Resource CenterSister Carmen Community CenterPrograms vary by agency please call for information303-665-4342http://www.sistercarmen.org/Boulder
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GENESISBoulder County Public HealthPregnant and parenting teenagers (must conceive under the age of 20). Mary Faltynski303-678-6155mfaltynski@bouldercounty.orgBoulder
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Boulder County Public HealthPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; income (200% FPL) Jane McKinley303-413-7554jmckinley@bouldercounty.orgBoulder
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Boulder County Department of Housing and Human ServicesBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesElaan Brudno303-204-3302ebrudno@bouldercounty.orgBoulder
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Parents as Teachers a Program of Families FirstPrenatal through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesLesa Nesbit
303-745-0327 ext. 1013
lesa@familiesfirstcolorado.orgBoulder
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Early Head StartWild Plum Center United Methodist Church: 350 11th Ave Longmont CO 80501 Prenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will be at 100% of Federal poverty guidelines, child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Dianna Fernandez303-776-8523dianaf@wildplumcenter.orgBoulder
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Early Head StartWild Plum Center 851 Meeker St Longmont CO 80504 Meeker New Building - Opens September 2017Prenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will be at 100% of Federal poverty guidelines, child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Dianna Fernandez303-776-8523dianaf@wildplumcenter.orgBoulder
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Bright by ThreeBright by Three - DenverPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsJennifer Cajina Grigsby303-433-6200 ext 105Broomfield
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Jefferson County Public HealthPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL)Karey Riemersma303-239-7074kriemers@jeffco.usBroomfield
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Parents as Teachers a Program of Families FirstPrenatal through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesLesa Nesbit
303-745-0327 ext. 1013
lesa@familiesfirstcolorado.orgBroomfield
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Bright by ThreeGunnison Valley Bright BeginningsPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsJanine Pryor719-221-5114jpryor@ccecc.orgChaffee
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Early Head StartSalida School District R-32-JPrenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will meet poverty guidelines (100-130%), child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Theresa Gilson719-539-1184tgilson@salidaschools.orgChaffee
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Summit County Public Health Dept.Prenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL) Kim Mund719-293-1934; 719-530-2568 kim.mund@summitcountyco.govChaffee
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Summit County Public Health DeptPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL) Lynne Easterly970-668-9711lynne.easterly@summitcountyco.govChaffee
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SafeCare ColoradoSalida School District R-32-JAges birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemAlisa Adams719-539-1184SafeCare@salidaschools.orgChaffee
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Bright by ThreeBaby Bear HugsPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsRuth Seedorf970-848-5274ruth.seedorf@babybearhugs.orgCheyenne
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Kit Carson County Health and Human ServicesPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first Dawn James
719-346-7158 ext.116
hhsdj@kitcarsoncounty.orgCheyenne
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SafeCare ColoradoBaby Bear HugsAges birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemSara Hergenreter970-630-7182SafeCare@babybearhugs.orgCheyenne
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Bright by ThreeMetro Denver Bright by ThreePregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 years.Jennifer Cajina Grigsby303-433-6200, ext 105Clear Creek
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Summit County Public Health DeptPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL) Lynne Easterly970-668-9711lynne.easterly@summitcountyco.govClear Creek
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Mountain Resource CenterBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesChristine Johnson303-838-7552 x30chris@mrcco.orgClear Creek
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Bright by ThreeValey-Wide Health Systems WICPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsKatherine Baer719-589-5860baerk@vwhs.orgConejos
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Valley-Wide Health SystemsPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum low income (200% FPL) Greta Roberts
719-587-1038
719-588-0509
GabbelD@vwhs.orgConejos
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SafeCare ColoradoSan Luis Valley Behavioral Health GroupAges birth -5; Families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemMarie Harrelson719-589-3671 Referrals@slvbhg.orgConejos
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Bright by ThreeValey-Wide Health Systems WICPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsKatherine Baer719-589-5860baerk@vwhs.orgCostilla
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HIPPY La Llave Family Resource Center, Inc.Ages 3 through 5; targeted to families with low-income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, limited English proficiency, single parenthood, teen parentsToni Steffens-Steward719-589-9688info@bllavefrc.orgCostilla
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Valley-Wide Health SystemsPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum low income (200% FPL) Greta Roberts
719-587- 1038
719 588-0509
GabbelD@vwhs.orgCostilla
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Parents as Teachers (PAT)La Llave Family Resource Center, Inc.Birth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesJeff Bilderbeck719-589-9688jeff@lallavefrc.orgCostilla
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SafeCare ColoradoSan Luis Valley Behavioral Health GroupAges birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemMarie Harrelson719-589-3671 Referrals@slvbhg.orgCostilla
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Bright by ThreeCatholic Charities, Diocese of PuebloPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsIda Rhodes719-544-4233 ext 109irhodes@pueblocharities.orgCrowley
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Early Head StartOtero Junior College Child Development ServicesPrenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will meet poverty guidelines (100-130%), child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Tracey Lucero719-384-3105Tracey.lucero@ojc.eduCrowley
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HIPPYCatholic Charities, Diocese of PuebloAges 3 through 5; targeted to families with low-income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, limited English proficiency, single parenthood, teen parentsNicole Pacheco719-586-8612npacheco@pueblocharities.orgCrowley
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) Prowers County Public HealthPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum low income (200% FPL) Tiffany Hines
719-336-8721 ext. 240
thines@prowerscounty.netCrowley
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Parents as Teachers (PAT)Tri-County Family Care CenterBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesMarcellia Lopez-Flores719-254-7776marcellia.tricountyfcc@gmail.com Crowley
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Catholic Charities, Diocese of PuebloBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesDebbie Santos-Apodaca
719-543-7739 ext.120
dapodaca@pueblocharities.orgCrowley
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SafeCare ColoradoHigh Plains Community Health Center Ages birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemAmber Settles
719-336-0261 ext: 142
SafeCareCO@highplainschc.netCrowley
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My Family & MeOtero County Health DepartmentPrenatal to age 5, legally present in the U.S., Household income less than $75,000/year, child with the 5th degree of kinship, family receiving or eligible for TANF, pregnant and non-pregnant teens, families with a child in custody of DHS and are now expecting a childShurrell Ramsay
719-383-3041
Cell-719-469-6912
phn1@oterogov.orgCrowley
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Bright by ThreeCatholic Charities, Diocese of PuebloPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsIda Rhodes719-544-4233 ext 109irhodes@pueblocharities.orgCuster
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SafeCare ColoradoCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloAges birth -5; families at-risk for entering, or re-entering the child welfare systemEmilee Alcon
719-543-7739 Ext. 114
SafeCareCO@pueblocharities.orgCuster
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Bright by ThreeBright by Three - DenverPregnant women and families with children ages birth to 3 yearsJennifer Cajina Grigsby303-433-6200 ext 105Delta
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Family Resource CenterDelta County Family Resource CenterPrograms vary by agency please call for informationErin White970-874-9517http://dfc.deltaschools.comDelta
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Montrose County Dept. of Health and Human Services Prenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum low income (200% FPL)Theresa Balet970-252-5015tbalet@montrosecounty.netDelta
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) The Delta Family CenterBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesErin White
970-874-9571 ext 39
erin.white@deltaschools.comDelta
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HIPPY Clayton Early LearningAges 3 through 5; targeted to families with low-income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, limited English proficiency, single parenthood, teen parentsTonya Young
303-355-4411 Ext: 486
tyoung@claytonearlylearning.orgDenver
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Bright by ThreeMetro Denver Bright by ThreePregnant women and families with children ages birth to 4 years.Jennifer Cajina Grigsby303-433-6200, ext 105Denver
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Early Head StartCatholic Charities Archdiocese of DenverPrenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will meet poverty guidelines (100-130%), child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Alison Keogh720-799-9272akeough@ccdenver.orgDenver
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Early Head StartFamily Star, Inc.Prenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will meet poverty guidelines (100-130%), child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Abigal Smith303-477-7827 asmith@familystar.netDenver
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Early Head StartClayton Early LearningPrenatal to age 3 years; 90% of enrollment will meet poverty guidelines (100-130%), child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Tonya Young
303-355-4411 Ext: 486
tyoung@claytonearlylearning.orgDenver
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Family Resource CenterDenver Indian Family Resource CenterPrograms vary by agency please call for information720-500-1020http://www.difrc.orgDenver
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Family Resource CenterFamilies Forward Resource CenterPrograms vary by agency please call for information303-307-0718http://www.familiesforwardrc.orgDenver
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Family Resource CenterFocus Points Family Resource CenterPrograms vary by agency please call for information303-292-0770http://www.focuspoints.orgDenver
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Family Resource CenterEvie Garrett Dennis Campus - Green Valley Ranch OfficePrograms vary by agency please call for information720-424-8688Denver
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Head Start Home Based ProgramCatholic Charities Archdiocese of DenverThree to five years of age; 90% of enrollment will meet poverty guidelines (100-130%), child in foster care, child/family experiencing homelessness as defined by McKinney-Vento Act; 10% of enrollment must be children identified with disabilities.Alison Keogh720-799-9272akeough@ccdenver.orgDenver
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Healthy Steps Denver Health Westside ClinicBirth - 3rd birthday, all families who could benefit from additional education and supportEmily Fried303-602-0748Emily.fried@dhha.orgDenver
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Healthy Steps Children's HospitalBirth - 3rd birthday, all families who could benefit from additional education and supportMelissa Buchholz720-777-4921melissa.buchholz@ucdenver.eduDenver
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HIPPYFocus Points Family Resource CenterAges 3 through 5; targeted to families with low-income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, limited English proficiency, single parenthood, teen parentsCatalina Gonsales
303-292-0770 ext. 115
catalina@focuspoints.orgDenver
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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)Denver HealthPrenatal -2nd birthday; only eligible if first time mom, (never having had a live birth); must be enrolled by 30 days post-partum; low income (200% FPL)Rosie Soto303-602-6788nursefamilypartnership@dhha.orgDenver
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Parents as Teachers (PAT)Florence Crittenton Birth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesElyse Adlen720-423-8901eadlen@flocritco.orgDenver
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Parents as Teachers (PAT)Family Star Montessori School Birth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesKeri Morgan
303-477-7827 ext:103
kmorgan@familystar.netDenver
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Metro State Family LiteracyBirth through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilities parents, children with disabilitiesAna Muneton303-458-8063amuneton@msudenver.eduDenver
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Parents as Teachers (PAT) Parents as Teachers a Program of Families FirstPrenatal through Kindergarten; targeted to families with low income/poverty, low educational attainment levels, LEP, single parents, children with disabilitiesLesa Nesbit
303-745-0327 ext. 1013
lesa@familiesfirstcolorado.orgDenver
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