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    Programs that visit the homes of parents who want to acquire the knowledge and skills to be effective in their parenting role and provide parenting education services in the family setting. The programs may focus on teen parents; parents who need to develop skills to handle a difficult child; families who want to learn school-readiness activities to share with their child; individuals for whom parenting is a new experience; families at risk for child abuse, neglect or out-of-home placement; or others who have issues that are most effectively resolved in the home environment.

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    Baby Bear Hugs (Lincoln County)Baby Bear Hugs changes the lives of “soon to be” parents and families with infants and toddlers in Eastern Colorado by providing parenting education, resources, and support. It is our goal that all children will become productive, happy adults who give back to their communities and that they will have every opportunity available to them to fulfill their potential, develop assets that empower them to resist failure, and have strong supportive adults in their lives. To this end, Baby Bear Hugs will provide parenting education, support, and connection to community resources to all expectant parents and families with children 0 to 3 years old. Services are at no cost to the families.Lincoln CountyBaby Bear HugsBaby Bear Hugs
    Baby Bear Hugs (Logan County)Baby Bear Hugs changes the lives of “soon to be” parents and families with infants and toddlers in Eastern Colorado by providing parenting education, resources, and support. Baby Bear Hugs •Provides support to empower parents to solve their own problems and help reduce parenting stress. •Educates parents about child development, parenting issues, brain development, and a healthy lifestyle including eating smart, being active, and elimination of second hand smoke. •Increases parent’s awareness and access to community resources •Increase parent’s awareness of providing a nurturing environment for their children. Logan CountyBaby Bear HugsBaby Bear Hugs
    Baby Bear Hugs (Morgan County)Promote positive parenting, enhance family strengths, and prevent abuse and neglect to infants and childrenMorgan CountyBaby Bear HugsBaby Bear Hugs
    Baby Bear Hugs (Phillips County)Baby Bear Hugs changes the lives of “soon to be” parents and families with infants and toddlers in Eastern Colorado by providing parenting education, resources, and support. It is our goal that all children will become productive, happy adults who give back to their communities and that they will have every opportunity available to them to fulfill their potential, develop assets that empower them to resist failure, and have strong supportive adults in their lives. To this end, Baby Bear Hugs will provide parenting education, support, and connection to community resources to all expectant parents and families with children 0 to 3 years old. Services are at no cost to the families.Phillips CountyBaby Bear HugsBaby Bear Hugs
    Baby Bear Hugs (Sedgwick County)Baby Bear Hugs changes the lives of “soon to be” parents and families with infants and toddlers in Eastern Colorado by providing parenting education, resources, and support. It is our goal that all children will become productive, happy adults who give back to their communities and that they will have every opportunity available to them to fulfill their potential, develop assets that empower them to resist failure, and have strong supportive adults in their lives. To this end, Baby Bear Hugs will provide parenting education, support, and connection to community resources to all expectant parents and families with children 0 to 3 years old. Services are at no cost to the families. Sedgwick CountyBaby Bear HugsBaby Bear Hugs
    Baby Bear Hugs (Washington County)Baby Bear Hugs changes the lives of “soon to be” parents and families with infants and toddlers in Eastern Colorado by providing parenting education, resources, and support. It is our goal that all children will become productive, happy adults who give back to their communities and that they will have every opportunity available to them to fulfill their potential, develop assets that empower them to resist failure, and have strong supportive adults in their lives. To this end, Baby Bear Hugs will provide parenting education, support, and connection to community resources to all expectant parents and families with children 0 to 3 years old. Services are at no cost to the families.Washington CountyBaby Bear HugsBaby Bear Hugs
    Baby Bear Hugs (Yuma County)Baby Bear Hugs changes the lives of “soon to be” parents and families with infants and toddlers in Eastern Colorado by providing parenting education, resources, and support. It is our goal that all children will become productive, happy adults who give back to their communities and that they will have every opportunity available to them to fulfill their potential, develop assets that empower them to resist failure, and have strong supportive adults in their lives. To this end, Baby Bear Hugs will provide parenting education, support, and connection to community resources to all expectant parents and families with children 0 to 3 years old. Services are at no cost to the families.Yuma CountyBaby Bear HugsBaby Bear Hugs
    Bright by Three/Bright by Text - Bright by ThreeProvides parents and caregivers with age-appropriate materials, including a story, the LearningGames Handbook, and parent information on child development and care, through home visits or in family-friendly group settings. Also offers weekly text messages to parents and caregivers related to a child's age and developmental stage and locally available resources.Denver CountyBright by ThreeBright by Three
    Bright by Three / United Way of Weld CountyBright by Three provides home and small group visits that help parents, grandparents, and other care providers understand their children’s physical, emotional, and intellectual development during the critical first three years of life. The program is available to all in Weld County with children ages 0-3. Visits are offered in English and Spanish, and are scheduled once per year for your child’s first three years of life. At each visit you’ll receive a bag filled with age-specific child development information and resources. Weld CountyPromises for ChildrenUnited Way of Weld County
    Colorado Bright Beginnings - Mountain Family CenterProvides early childhood parent education home visits, Bright Beginnings Warm Welcome visits for infants up to twelve months, and Moving On visits for twelve to twenty-four months of age.Grand CountyMountain Family CenterMountain Family Center
    Community Health (Central Park Dr) - Northwest Colorado HealthOffers public and community health services, including the following: Community Health Centers: - Primary care - Preventative dental care - Behavioral health support - Sexually transmitted infection screenings - Women’s health services Public Health: - Aging Well programs for older adults - Cardiovascular and diabetes screenings and prevention programs - Emergency Preparedness - Health insurance assistance - Nurse-Family Partnership - Tobacco cessation support - Youth Resiliency programs for individuals who are grieving - Investigations related to communicable diseaseRoutt CountyCentral Park Dr - Northwest Colorado HealthNorthwest Colorado Health
    Community Health (Russell St) - Northwest Colorado HealthOffers public and community health services, including the following: Community Health Centers: - Primary care - Preventative dental care - Behavioral health support - Sexually transmitted infection screenings - Women’s health services Public Health: - Aging Well programs for older adults - Cardiovascular and diabetes screenings and prevention programs - Emergency Preparedness - Health insurance assistance - Nurse-Family Partnership - Tobacco cessation support - Youth Resiliency programs for individuals who are grieving - Investigations related to communicable diseaseMoffat CountyRussell St - Northwest Colorado HealthNorthwest Colorado Health
    Early Childhood Development - Tri-County Family Care Center Inc.Parents as Teachers conducts home visits and group meetings to encourage and parents in the promotion of social, emotional, language, motor, and intellectual development for their children ages 0 - 5. Home visits may be conducted monthly or semi-monthly. Also offers play groups for all preschool aged children.Otero CountyTri-County Family Care Center Inc.Tri-County Family Care Center Inc.
    Early Childhood Programs and Parenting Education - Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)Provides free home visits to families with children ages birth to five, and parenting classes for parents with children ages birth to 17 years old. Offers second location. See Helpful Tips.Summit CountyFamily and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC)
    Early Childhood Resources - StarpointOffers the following services for children with developmental disabilities at various locations: - Early Head Start, child development program for pregnant women and children ages birth to 3. - Parents as Teachers, monthly home visitation program providing parenting support for families with preschool aged children. - Play Groups, offering information and parental support for families with toddlers. - Welcome Baby Program, on-site hospital visit for new parents about early childhood resources. - Child Health Passports, health record for tracking well-baby check-ups, immunizations, and growth charts.Fremont CountyStarpointStarpoint
    Early Childhood Support - Metropolitan State University of DenverThe Parents as Teachers (PAT) program provides home visitation sessions that support parents who are expecting and who have children up to age 5. Spanish-speaking families who are expecting or have young children are encouraged to participate in this program.Denver CountyNavajo St - Metropolitan State University of DenverMetropolitan State University of Denver
    Family Support - Fussy Baby Network ColoradoProvides warm line and home visitation support for families struggling with infant fussiness. Baby Specialists help parents understand their babies and develop coping strategies to deal with challenging times. Parents are also referred to additional supportive services when appropriate.Arapahoe CountyFussy Baby Network ColoradoFussy Baby Network Colorado
    Family Support Programs - Tri-County Family Care Center Inc.Provides the following types of support for individuals in Bent, Crowley, and Otero counties: - Information and referrals to emergency and basic needs - Utility (gas, electric) assistance for those with shut off notices - Wood and propane, if needed - Foster, adoption, pregnancy and kinship support groups and trainings/workshops - Parenting classes - Family building activities - Budgeting classes - Family advocacy - CPR, first aid, universal precautions, and medication administration classes for child care providers and foster parents - Car seat inspections, installations and education - Respite care for ill or disabled children - Respite care for seniors Otero CountyTri-County Family Care Center Inc.Tri-County Family Care Center Inc.
    First Steps - Parents as Teachers/Early Head Start - ECHO Early Childhood NetworkProvides weekly or monthly home visits for children ages 0-3, and quarterly home visits for children ages 3-Kindergarten. These home visits provide parental support, information about child development, parenting tips, and ideas to teach children new skills. In some cases monthly family meetings are also available; child care is provided for these.Fremont CountyFirst Steps - Parents as TeachersECHO Early Childhood Network
    HIPPY / North Range Behavioral HealthFree Program/Service for parent or parents who have a 3, 4 or 5 year old. Helping children to be successful in school by teaching parent or parents to spend 15 minutes, 5 days a week with child or children, reading, coloring, shapes, sizes, and creative crafts.Weld CountyNorth Range Behavioral HealthNorth Range Behavioral Health
    Home-Based Parenting Education - Catholic Charities Diocese of PuebloLa Familia Fuerte/Parents As Teachers is a parenting education program for families with children ages 0-3. Home visits promote the parent’s role as their child’s first and most important teacher. The program includes child health and development screenings, group meetings, and other resources.Pueblo CountyCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloCatholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) - Catholic Charities of PuebloProvides families with children 3-6 years of age books and materials to prepare their child for success in school. Well-trained peer home visitors deliver the curriculum during the school year. HIPPY promotes school readiness and early literacy through parent involvement.Pueblo CountyCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloCatholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
    Home Visitation - Families FirstRocky Mountain Parents as Teachers (RMPAT) home visitation program is for families with children prenatal through Kindergarten age. RMPAT’s trained parent educators, also known as home visitors, make regular home visits, offering child development information, parenting strategies, annual developmental screenings, activities to promote school readiness and connections to community resources.Arapahoe CountyFamilies FirstFamilies First
    Home Visitation for Families with Children (Main Office) - Focus Points Family Resource CenterHome Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) serves families with children ages three through five and teaches parents to prepare their children for school. Home educators visit families twice a month during the school year. In addition, parents attend monthly group meetings where they learn about child development, health, nutrition, and other topics of interest.Denver CountyMain Office - Focus Points Family Resource CenterFocus Points Family Resource Center
    Home Visitation for Families with Infants and Toddlers (Main Office) - Focus Points Family Resource CenterParents As Teachers (PAT) serves families with children from birth to 3 years old and teaches parents during home visits about the stages of childhood development and how to prepare their children for school. Home educators visit families twice a month during the school year. In addition, parents attend monthly group meetings where they learn about child development, health, nutrition, and other topics of interest to parents. Children are tested every six months to make sure they are meeting developmental milestones.Denver CountyMain Office - Focus Points Family Resource CenterFocus Points Family Resource Center
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Boulder County Public Health) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Boulder CountyBoulder County Public Health - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Denver Health) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Denver CountyDenver Health - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (El Paso County Public Health) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.El Paso CountyEl Paso County Public Health - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Jefferson County Public Health) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Jefferson CountyJefferson County Public Health - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Kit Carson Department of Public Health & Environment) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Kit Carson CountyKit Carson Department of Public Health & Environment - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Larimer County Health Department) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Larimer CountyLarimer County Health Department - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Northwest Colorado Health) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Moffat CountyNorthwest Colorado Health - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers - Nurse-Family Partnership - Mesa County Public HealthNurse-Family Partnership is free for women who are pregnant with their first baby. When you enroll you will be connected to a registered nurse who will provide the support, advice and information you need to have a healthy pregnancy, a healthy baby and be a great mom. Services Provided: - Home visits during pregnancy and after delivery until your infant turns 2 years old - Answers to questions about pregnancy, labor and delivery - Information about baby and early child care - Support for family needs and links to community resources - Educational gifts and booksMesa County510 29 1/2 Rd., Grand Junction - Mesa County Public HealthMesa County Public Health
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Saint Anthony Hospital, Denver) - Nurse-Family PartnershipOffers a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Denver CountySaint Anthony Hospital, Denver - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Summit County Public Health) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Summit CountySummit County Public Health - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Tri-County Health Department, Greenwood Village) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Arapahoe CountyTri-County Health Department, Greenwood Village - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Tri-County Health Department, Westminster) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Adams CountyTri-County Health Department, Westminster - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    Home Visitation Program for First-Time Mothers (Valley-Wide Health Systems) - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program for women who are having their first baby. Registered nurses visit clients in their home throughout the pregnancy and continue to visit until the baby is two years old. The nurses provide coaching, health information, and resources, and work together with mothers to develop a parenting plan.Alamosa CountyValley- Wide Health Systems - Nurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    In Home Child Development Education (West 72nd Avenue) - Growing HomeParents as Teachers provides child development education to pregnant women and families with children (birth to five years old). Bilingual instructors will demonstrate how a child’s overall development is enhanced through age-appropriate games and activities. Support is provided through twice monthly home visits.Adams CountyWest 72nd Avenue - Growing HomeGrowing Home
    In-Home Parenting Program (Main Office) - Family TreeSafeCare Colorado provides an in-home parenting program for families with at least one child ages birth to five.Adams CountyMain Office - Family TreeFamily Tree
    In Home Parenting Support - Jeffco Family LiteracyThe Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) empowers parents as primary educators of their children and fosters parent involvement in school and community life. The program assists parents with daily interactions with their children such as reading.Jefferson CountyJeffco Family LiteracyJeffco Family Literacy
    Nurse Family Partnership - Gunnison and Hinsdale County Department of Health and Human ServicesNurse-Family Partnership is a program for women who are having their first baby. If you enroll, a specially trained nurse will visit you in your home throughout pregnancy and continue to visit until your baby is two years old. The Nurse-Family Partnership is free to all eligible women. Gunnison County225 N. Pine Street, Gunnison - Gunnison and Hinsdale County Health and Human ServicesGunnison and Hinsdale County Department of Health and Human Services
    Nurse-Family Partnership - Weld County Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides free home visits for women expecting their first children, which may include assistance finding ways to continue education goals and developing job skills. Visits are conducted every week or two throughout pregnancy and will continue until the child is two years old. Mothers and nurses will determine the exact schedule together.Weld CountyWeld County Department of Public Health and EnvironmentWeld County Department of Public Health and Environment
    Nurse Home Visitation (Main Office) - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentPublic health nurses provide free and voluntary nursing expertise to Broomfield families in their homes. During these visits, a public health nurse will offer education and support to families who want to create a better life for their baby and themselves. This program is offered to families from pregnancy until the baby turns two years old. Broomfield CountyMain Office - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentBroomfield Health and Human Services Department
    Parent Education - SafeCare - Mesa County Public HealthSafeCare is an in-home parent education program that provides direct skills training to caregivers in the areas of parenting, home safety, and child health. Our home visitors help parents with children age 0 – 5 learn to: - Reduce challenging child behaviors. - Increase positive time with their children. - Remove common household safety hazards. - Identify and respond to common child sicknesses or injuries. - Engage children in simple activities. SafeCare® typically takes 18 – 20 weekly in-home sessions to complete (about 4 – 6 months) and each session lasts 1 – 1.5 hours.Mesa County510 29 1/2 Rd., Grand Junction - Mesa County Public HealthMesa County Public Health
    Parenting Education - Catholic Charities Diocese of PuebloProvides free teaching packets for families with children ages 0-3. Packets include information on early childhood development and tools to prepare children to be successful learners. Becoming a Mom/Comenzando Bien is a prenatal health education class provided in six 3-hour sessions in a supportive group setting. Topics include prenatal care, nutrition, stress, things to avoid during pregnancy, labor and birth, postpartum care, and newborn care.Pueblo CountyCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloCatholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
    Parents as teachers - Arapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilProvides a home visitation program for families with children age 0-5 to support parenting skills.Arapahoe CountyArapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilArapahoe County Early Childhood Council
    Parents as Teachers (Berthoud) - Family Center/La FamiliaProvides a home visitation program designed to empower parents to effectively engage and guide their children's development, ages 0-5, through age appropriate interactions. Parent Educators administer developmental, social/emotional, hearing, and vision screenings to assess each child's progress. Families attend group meetings, and receive resource and referral information. Families registered in the program can work with their Parent Educator to help them obtain clothing, diapers, wipes, formula, and with filling out applications for CHIP, Medicaid, food stamps, and CCAP. Larimer CountyFamily Center/La FamiliaFamily Center/La Familia
    Parents as Teachers (Fort Collins) - Family Center/La FamiliaProvides a home visitation program designed to empower parents to effectively engage and guide their children's development, ages 0-5, through age appropriate interactions. Parent Educators administer developmental, social/emotional, hearing, and vision screenings to assess each child's progress. Families attend group meetings, and receive resource and referral information. Families registered in the program can work with their Parent Educator to help them obtain clothing, diapers, wipes, formula, and with filling out applications for CHIP, Medicaid, food stamps, and CCAP. Larimer CountyFamily Center/La FamiliaFamily Center/La Familia
    Parents as Teachers/Home Visitation - Morgan County Family CenterParents as Teachers is a home visitation program for all families with children from prenatal to kindergarten age. Parents as Teachers Educators make bi-weekly or monthly home visits depending on the family’s needs.Morgan CountyMorgan County Family CenterMorgan County Family Center
    Prenatal and Early Childhood Home Visits - Jefferson County Public HealthThe Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) and the Prenatal Plus Programs offer free prenatal and early childhood home visitations for mothers who meet financial guidelines. - The NFP Program is for first time moms where a Community Health Nurse visits as early in pregnancy as possible and continues through the first two years of the child's life. - Prenatal Plus offers nurse home visitations to women during pregnancy and for up to 2 months after the baby is born.Jefferson CountyJefferson County Public HealthJefferson County Public Health
    Programs for Parents - Ariel Clinical Services, Delta CountyAriel Clinical Services value individualized services tailored to a child or adult’s unique needs and specific challenges. Services are goal-oriented and build on our clients’ strengths. Services may include: -Structured Parenting Time (SPT): The Structured Parenting Time program provides supervised visits for children that are currently placed out of home or in the custody of another parent or relative. -Home Based Behavior Consultation: This service is available to parents who are experiencing defiant or disruptive behaviors with their children. The in-home consultations assist parents by identifying behavior strategies for intervening with children who are exhibiting behavior problems. -Birth Parent Counseling Our experienced counselors provide free, confidential and non-judgmental options counseling to help expectant and birth parents because we believe that the best choice is an informed choice. Delta CountyAriel Clinical Services, Delta CountyAriel Clinical Services, Mesa County
    Programs for Parents - Ariel Clinical Services, Mesa CountyAriel Clinical Services value individualized services tailored to a child or adult’s unique needs and specific challenges. Services are goal-oriented and build on our clients’ strengths. Services may include: -Structured Parenting Time (SPT): The Structured Parenting Time program provides supervised visits for children that are currently placed out of home or in the custody of another parent or relative. -Home Based Behavior Consultation: This service is available to parents who are experiencing defiant or disruptive behaviors with their children. The in-home consultations assist parents by identifying behavior strategies for intervening with children who are exhibiting behavior problems. -Birth Parent Counseling Our experienced counselors provide free, confidential and non-judgmental options counseling to help expectant and birth parents because we believe that the best choice is an informed choice. Mesa CountyAriel Clinical Services, Mesa CountyAriel Clinical Services, Mesa County
    Promoting safe and stable families - Arapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilIn partnership with the department of human services this program offers home visitation classes, work groups, special parent education and resources for families to promote safe and stable familiesArapahoe CountyArapahoe County Early Childhood CouncilArapahoe County Early Childhood Council
    SafeCare Colorado - Catholic Charities of PuebloProvides weekly home visits with direct skill training and resources for parents. Families with children 0-5 years of age receive support managing child behavior, keeping their homes free of safety hazards, and taking care of their child’s basic health care needs.Pueblo CountyCatholic Charities Diocese of PuebloCatholic Charities Diocese of Pueblo
    SafeCare Colorado (Colorado Springs) - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsIn-home parent education program that provides direct skills training to caregivers in the areas of parenting, home safety, and child health. This service is for parents with children ages 5 and under.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Lutheran Family Services Rocky MountainsLutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
    SafeCare Colorado - High Plains Community Health CenterHome Visitation ProgramProwers CountyHigh Plains Community Health CenterHigh Plains Community Health Center
    SafeCare Colorado - Montezuma County Health Department SEDIn-home parent education program that provides support and direct skills training to caregivers in the areas of parenting, home safety, and child health. Montezuma County106 W. North, Cortez - Montezuma County Public HealthMontezuma County Public Health
    SafeCare Colorado - Savio HouseSafeCare Colorado is an in-home parent education program that provides direct skills training to caregivers in the areas of parenting, home safety, and child health.Denver CountySavio HouseSavio House
    Support for New Parents - Family Development CenterThe 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 visitsRoutt CountyFamily Development CenterFamily Development Center
    Welcome Baby - ECHO Early Childhood NetworkFree and confidential home visits with a certified visitor for two months to help parents get a good start with their babies. It is possible to continue the home visits through a child's preschool years. Also provides a packet to participating parents that includes gifts and information about resources available in Fremont County.Fremont CountyWelcome BabyECHO Early Childhood Network

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