|Children: Instructions Not Included - Department of Human Services (Weld)||Circle of Parents offers FREE meetings for anyone in a
parenting role. Parents lead the groups and talk about
anything related to raising kids.||Weld County||Department of Human Services (Weld)||Department of Human Services (Weld)|
|Christian Support Group Referrals - Church Initiative||A faith-based ministry dedicated to helping individuals find a support group to help them through difficult times in their lives such as:
- Divorce support for adults
- Divorce support for children
- Grief support
- Single parenting support
||Larimer County||Church Initiative||Church Initiative|
|COMPASS and PRIDE Youth Programs - Department of Human Services (Weld)||Compass:
Weld County Family Services Team is a collaborative effort comprised of professionals from a wide variety of Weld County service organizations. The program strives to build on the strengths of youth and their families by increasing protective factors and reducing problematic behaviors. Family services are individualized to the needs of each youth and their family. Se Habla Español.||Weld County||Department of Human Services (Weld)||Department of Human Services (Weld)|
|Early Childhood Council - First Impressions of Routt County||First Impressions of Routt County works to provide young children with resources and programs to promote healthy development and school readiness. The focus is building an early childhood system which integrates early childhood care and education, health, mental health and family support services. The First Impressions Early Childhood Council strengthens the community's collaborative web of resources where children and families experience dignity and a sense of belonging.||Routt County||First Impressions of Routt County||First Impressions Of Routt County|
|Family Preservation - Kid's Resource Network of Colorado Springs||Family Preservation is an in-home program designed to support families in their natural environment. It is designed to be as flexible as possible and not add additional stresses on the family.
The worker's goal is to develop a plan, with the family, to focus on the positive attributes and growth area's for each family member. It is utilized for biological families and foster families to strengthen ties and maintain or establish stability.||El Paso County||Individual & Family Life - Kid's Resource Network (Colorado Springs)||Kid's Resource Network of Colorado Springs|
|Father for Fathers - Department of Human Services (Weld)||The Weld County Department of Human Services is committed to providing support and services that will empower fathers with the tools to be there for their kids. The Weld County Fatherhood Initiative is housed within the Department’s Family Focus Prevention Programs Unit. The Family Focus Prevention Unit works to create partnerships and programs that assist in strengthening families in our communities.
||Weld County||Department of Human Services (Weld)||Department of Human Services (Weld)|
|Latino Parent Support Groups - Families First||Offers safe, confidential, non-judgmental places to share with and learn from other Latino parents. Groups are parent-directed, and leadership is shared with a facilitator trained by Families First. Meetings are free and usually meet weekly in various locations in the metro Denver area. Most (not all) groups are accompanied by a children's group.||Arapahoe County||Families First||Families First|
|Mothers of Preschoolers Support Groups - MOPS International||MOPS International connects moms all over the world to a community of women in their own neighborhoods, who meet together to laugh, cry, and embrace the journey of motherhood. MOPS support groups are rallying women to feel more equipped and to find their identity by journeying alongside one another. MOPS groups meet all over Denver. Pregnant women and moms with kids ages 0 - 6 are welcome, and childcare is provided at all meetings.||Denver County||MOPS International||MOPS International|
|Parenting Education and Classes - Family Garden||Health and wellness education, parenting classes, and parent support groups are available, including a support group for parapartum/postpartum depression. Childbirth and post-natal services and products are also offered.||Boulder County||Family Garden||Family Garden|
|Parents of Children with Disabilities - Peak Parent Center, Inc.||PEAK Parent Center is a beacon of hope for families of children with disabilities. Discovering that a child has a disability often feels overwhelming and isolating for parents.
Everyday PEAK empowers families, educating them about specific disabilities, available resources, laws that protect their children’s rights, and tools they need to become lifelong advocates for their children and themselves.
PEAK Parent Center provides assistance to families of children with disabilities, educators, and others who work with them.||El Paso County||Individual & Family Life - Peak Parent Center, Inc.||Peak Parent Center, Inc.|
|Parents of Children with Disabilities - Peak Parent Center, Inc.||A local connection to resources provided by the PEAK Parent Center to families, friends, professionals, and individuals who have disabilities or work with those living with disabilities.||Mesa County||Individual & Family Life - Peak Parent Center, Inc.||Peak Parent Center, Inc.|
|Parents Supporting Parents - Alamosa School District RE-11J||Parents Supporting Parent is a proup for parents of teenagers which provides education and support about teen issues.||Alamosa County||Education - Alamosa School District RE-11J||Alamosa School District RE-11J |
|Parent Support - Ability Connection Colorado||Parent to Parent connects families of children and adults with disabilities or special health care needs in communities across Colorado. Offers online discussion groups, support groups, information and referral, and more.
||Denver County||Ability Connection Colorado||Ability Connection Colorado|
|Parent Support Groups - Families First||Circle of Parents Support Groups offer safe, confidential, non-judgmental places to share with and learn from other parents. Groups are parent-directed, and leadership is shared with a facilitator trained by Families First. Meetings are free and usually meet weekly in various locations in the metro Denver area. Most (not all) groups are accompanied by a children's group.
||Arapahoe County||Families First||Families First|
|Social Service Programs (South West Weld) - Department of Human Services (Weld)||The Weld County Department of Human Services in El-Camino is responsible for administering several types of programs for the citizens of Southwest Weld County. They offer assistance programs such as-||Weld County||Department of Human Services (Weld) South West)||Department of Human Services (Weld)|
|Special Family Support Network||Support for families with special needs||Weld County||Special Family Support Network||Special Family Support Network|
|Support for New Parents - Family Development Center||The Newborn Network provides parenting education and support for families with infants and toddlers in Routt County through the following:
- Support groups
- Lending Library
- "Warmline" for parenting information and referrals to community resources
- Home visits||Routt County||Family Development Center||Family Development Center |
|Support Group - Parents Without Partners||Offers a support group for widowed, divorced, separated, or unmarried parents. Social and educational activities are also offered.||Adams County||Parents Without Partners||Parents Without Partners|
|Teen Parents - Northern Colorado Youth for Christ||Teen Parents:
NCYFC provides life skills training for pregnant and parenting teens in our community. Teen Parents teaches valuable lessons ranging from renting an apartment to fixing things around the house.||Weld County||Northern Colorado Youth for Christ||Northern Colorado Youth for Christ|
|Welcome to Motherhood Support Group - University of Colorado Health||This group offers lots of time for mom to mom sharing and the opportunity to discuss topics important to moms such as Postpartum Depression, Coping with Crying, Safety in the Home, etc.||Larimer County||UCHealth||UCHealth|
|Youth Support Program - Center for Family Outreach||Provides education, prevention and intervention programming for youth and their families.
Offers prevention programming regarding substance abuse, academic failure, challenging relationships with friends and peers, and crisis conflict within the family.
Provides presentations and educational classes for schools, teachers and parents addressing issues such as high risk adolescent behavior, lack of motivation and the capacity to complete everyday tasks, healthy communication, attaining academic success, as well as emotional, behavioral and relational signs of bullying, social media awareness and the warning signs of substance use.
||Larimer County||Center for Family Outreach||Center for Family Outreach|