Resources

Child Development 

Community Support Resources

  • Family Support Services: Families First - http://www.familiesfirstcolorado.org/ / 303-695-7996.  This resource is for families who might have needs in multiple areas. Families first will help them get connected to a variety of community-based support services. 
  • Inter - Faith Community Services - provides basic human services and enrichment programs to low-income people using community resources
  • Parent to Parent of Colorado http://www.p2p-co.org/.  Offers encouragement to parents through each other on the journey of parenting sons and daughters with disabilities or special health care needs. Provides emotional and informational support, resources and by matching parents seeking support with a support parent. 
  • PEAK Parent Center http://www.peakparent.org/. Provides training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children birth through twenty-six including all disability conditions with strategies to advocate successfully for their children.
  • PEP - Parents Encouraging Parents https://www.cde.state.co.us/cdesped/pepPEP Is Parents Encouraging Parents! The Exceptional Student Services Unit (ESSU) at the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) plan conferences throughout the year that are family-centered and designed to offer support, information, and education to parents and professionals. We call these gatherings PEP Conferences!
  • Tri-County Health Department 
  • You Are Not Alone - Mom to Mom: http://www.yanam2m.org/ . YANAM2M IS A DCSD NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION WITH A MISSION TO CREATE A PLACE WHERE EVERY MOM WILL FEEL SAFE, ACCEPTED AND VALUED.

Health and Medical Based Resources

  • TCHD: Tri-County Health Department - Services include infectious disease prevention, nutrition services, birth and death certificates, healthy workplace, emergency preparedness and response, health care services. Service Brochure Offers assistance with food, toiletries, housing, clothing. Clients receive one-on-one assistance providing quality screening, service delivery and meaningful referrals for clients with financial hardship.
  • Parker Task Force - Dedicated to providing individuals and families with food and support services to help them become self-sufficient.
  • Douglas County WrapAround: https://www.douglas.co.us/community/partners-and.../youth.../wraparound-program/ - Planning process designed to create individualized plans to meet the needs of children and families by utilizing their strengths. Offered as a voluntary, free of charge service to Douglas County residents with children between the ages of 5-21.
  • Douglas County KeepSafe Connections-Helpers in Your Community: Comprehensive list of community resources
  • AllHealth Network :AllHealth Network - Provides behavioral health and mental health services for children and adults including outpatient counseling.
  • Doctors Care: https://doctorscare.org/ Offers affordable health care services for ages newborn to 50. Accepts Medicaid, CHP+ and self-pay/uninsured patients. Provides services including primary care, well-child visits, physical examinations and immunizations.
  • Metro Community Provider Network: https://mcpn.org/
  • Douglas Elbert Task Force

Social Skills 

Early Childhood Links

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