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    Mutual support groups for parents who share a common characteristic or circumstance such as being single parents, dual career parents, multiple birth parents, parents with children who are out of control, or parents of children with disabilities, who come together for educational and social purposes as well as for mutual support. Meeting formats may include in-person, telephone or Internet options.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Christian Support Group Referrals - Church InitiativeA 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 CountyChurch InitiativeChurch Initiative
    Compass - Weld County Family Support Team / Weld County Department of Human ServicesCompass: the 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 CountyWeld County Department of Human ServicesWeld County
    Early Childhood Council - First Impressions of Routt CountyWorks to provide young children with resources and programs to promote healthy development and school readiness. The focus is building an early childhood system that integrates early childhood care and education, health, mental health and family support services.Routt CountyFirst Impressions of Routt CountyFirst Impressions of Routt County
    Fatherhood Initiative / Weld County Department of Human ServicesThe 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 CountyWeld County Department of Human ServicesWeld County
    Foster Parent Support Group - Routt County Department of Human ServicesOffers a support group open to all Routt County foster parents, or people interested in becoming foster parents. The group assists participants in refining the skills necessary to care for young victims of abuse, neglect, or disruptive family conditions.Routt CountyRoutt County Department of Human ServicesRoutt County Department of Human Services
    Latino Parent Support Groups - Families FirstOffers 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 CountyFamilies FirstFamilies First
    Mothers of Preschoolers Support Groups - MOPS InternationalMOPS 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. Childcare is provided at all meetings. The following is not intended to be an exhaustive list of mothers who can participate: - pregnant women - mothers with kids of all ages - mothers of all ages - adoptive mothers - foster mothers - stepmothers - any other type of mother Denver CountyMOPS InternationalMOPS International
    Newborn Network Support for New Parents - Family Development CenterProvides parenting education and support for families with infants and toddlers in Routt County through the following: - Support groups - Lending Library - Parenting information and referrals to community resources - Home visits - Warm line - Parents as Teachers - Bright by ThreeRoutt CountyFamily Development CenterFamily Development Center
    Parent Support - Ability Connection ColoradoParent to Parent of Colorado connects families of children and adults with disabilities or special health care needs to provide information and emotional support including: - 24 hour/7 days a week/ 365 days a year, online support group - Private, Spanish language Facebook group - Matching with a trained support parent - Information and referrals in English and SpanishDenver CountyAbility Connection ColoradoAbility Connection Colorado
    Parent Support - Arapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilOffers a free, voluntary parent support program called SafeCare Colorado for parents and caregivers with children ages five and under who need extra support to keep their families safe and healthy. SafeCare typically takes 18-20 weekly sessions to complete (about 4-6 months) and each session lasts 1 to 1.5 hours. SafeCare Colorado is delivered in the home or another convenient location by trained parent support providers.Arapahoe CountyArapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilArapahoe County Early Childhood Council
    Parent Support Groups - Families FirstCircle 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 CountyFamilies FirstFamilies First
    Parent Support Groups - Illuminate ColoradoOffers Parent Support Groups focused areas include: - Recovery support - Parents and Families affected by substance use - Parents and Families impacted by Trauma Also offers a website that addresses the stages of life focusing on keeping children safe from the following: - Alcohol - Marijuana - Tobacco - Prescription medication, etc. Denver CountyIlluminate ColoradoIlluminate Colorado
    Social Service Programs - South Weld County Campus / Weld County Department of Human ServicesSocial Service Programs - South Weld County Campus / Weld County Department of Human Services.Weld CountySouth Weld County Campus / Weld County Department of Human ServicesWeld County
    Support Group - Denver Children's Advocacy CenterOffers a free weekly support group for parents and caregivers of children who have experienced trauma. The group will meet Wednesday mornings from 9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. beginning in late January 2019.Denver CountyDenver Children's Advocacy CenterDenver Children's Advocacy Center
    Support Group (Play and Learn Groups) - Mile High Early LearningProvides twice-weekly adult-child play sessions and monthly parent meetings addressing topics in child development, health and safety, community services and other areas of interest to participants. Play and Learn programming focuses on: - Building and identifying protective factors - Strengthening parental resilience - Building and enhancing social connections - Increasing knowledge of parenting and child development - Providing and identifying support services - Enhancing children's social/emotional competencies - Reducing social isolation In addition, the groups introduce parents and caregivers to the benefits of high-quality preschool programs and how to identify and access those programs.Denver CountyPlay and Learn Groups - Mile High Early LearningMile High Early Learning
    Teen Parents / Northern Colorado Youth for ChristTeen 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 CountyNorthern Colorado Youth for ChristNorthern Colorado Youth for Christ

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