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    Taxonomy Code: PH-2360.2400

    Programs that provide a wide variety of social services that are designed to support the healthy development of families, improve family interaction skills and help fragile families to resolve their problems at a pre-crisis stage before they become unmanageable. Services may be center-based or provided on an outreach basis to families who are initially reluctant to seek support and generally target the specific needs of a particular community. Included may be self-sufficiency programs which help families break the cycle of poverty by addressing the barriers to self-sufficiency; early child development and school success programs; programs which address the needs of teen parents; programs which target parents at risk for becoming abusive; programs for families with children who have special developmental needs and programs that focus on the maternal and child health care needs of first-time, expectant women whose babies are at high risk for low birth weight and infant mortality.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Community-Based Services - Denver Children's HomeCommunity-based services include the following programs: - Intensive In-Home Therapy helps to stabilize fractured families overwhelmed with mental health, substance abuse, neglect, and physical and emotional abuse. - The Family Resource Center helps distressed families address barriers to achieving a safe and stable home environment by helping them make connections to services they need through classes, advocacy and support. - Outpatient Therapy offers services to clients transitioning from one Denver Children's Home program to a lower level of care or reentering the community.Denver CountyDenver Children's HomeDenver Children's Home
    Community Life Center (Grant Ave) - Matthews HouseOffers case management, community navigation, parent education, and recreation in one location to help families reduce barriers while working towards self-sufficiency. Located at the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Collins. The community life center also offers different, free classes to the community. Some classes are available in Spanish: - Zumba and Yoga - Family dinners - Open Gym - Adult Education in Spanish (Elementary and High School Level) - ESL - Homework Assistance - GED Preparation English and Spanish - Best start for babies classes - Parent Cafe Classes - Restaurant Ready Training Program - Best Starts for Toddlers ClassesLarimer CountyGrant Ave - Matthews HouseMatthews House
    Family Resource Support - Catholic Charities of PuebloProvides families support, advocacy and resource development to strengthen families. Utilizing the Standards of Quality, families receive the knowledge and resource tools to become self-reliant.Pueblo CountyCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloCatholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
    Family Support - Morgan County Family CenterProvides an advocate - facilitated assessment to identify areas where a family may be in need of resources, and then connects them to those community resources. Main focus is on families that have potential risk factors that may lead to child abuse or neglect.Morgan CountyMorgan County Family CenterMorgan County Family Center
    Family Supports - Developmental Disabilities Resource CenterFamily Support provides funding to address disability related needs, as well as information, support and resource coordination.Jefferson CountyDevelopmental Disabilities Resource CenterDevelopmental Disabilities Resource Center
    Family Support Services - Delta Family CenterProvides a variety of educational and support services for families in Delta County. Services include: - Parenting Groups - Playgroups - Ages and Stages Screening - Family Advocacy - Translation Assistance - English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes - Meal Preparation Classes through Cooking Matters - Health Care Resources including Medicaid / CHP+ Application AssistanceDelta County822 Grand AvenueDelta Family Center
    Family Support Services - La Plata Family Center CoalitionThe La Plata Family Centers Coalition provides direct support for families to reach and maintain self-sufficiency. Services provided: - Access to Health Care, application assistance - School Readiness Program - Early Childhood Education - Parent Education - Parents as Teachers - Love & Logic - Bayfield Center After School & Summer Enrichment Program - Colorado Community Response (CCR) - Fort Lewis Mesa offers outreach, school readiness Multiple locations. Call for information on services availability, time and location. La Plata County150 TECH CENTER DRLa Plata Family Centers Coalition
    Family Support Services (Stout St) - Colorado Coalition for the HomelessOperates a range of integrated programs to support children and families. Children’s Program and Pediatric Services focus on all areas of a child’s health and development to empower parents to become advocates for their children. Resource Specialists are able to provide individuals with information and referrals for the following: - Emergency Shelter information and referrals - Housing information - Referrals to other agencies - Programming designed specifically to meet needs of children ages birth to 6-years-old - Access to medical and mental health services through the Stout Street Health Center - Diapers and baby supplies when available - AdvocacyDenver CountyStout St - Colorado Coalition for the HomelessColorado Coalition for the Homeless
    Resource Coordination - Morgan County Interagency Oversight GroupFact Conference coordinates community resources for children and families who are multi-system involved or at-risk of becoming multi-system involved. Morgan CountyMorgan County Interagency Oversight GroupMorgan County Interagency Oversight Group
    Support Program for Children from Families with Addictions - Betty Ford CenterOffers a four day prevention and education program for children from families experiencing addiction. Parents or caregivers join their children for a portion of the program. The adult component includes parent education and support.Arapahoe CountyBetty Ford CenterBetty Ford Center
    Youth and Family Center (Mason Ct) - Matthews HouseEmpowers young adults ages 14 - 23 who lack significant family support to transition successfully into adulthood. Support services include: - Education advancement - Safe places program - Mentoring - Job readiness counseling - Experiential education activities Also provides one-on-one facilitation to help at-risk families build resiliency and navigate difficulties in the areas of parenting, money management, job readiness, and healthy relationships. Offered on a short-term basis (3 - 6 months).Larimer CountyMason Ct - Matthews HouseMatthews House

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