Child Welfare/Family Services Associations

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    Taxonomy Code: TN-1450

    Organizations whose members are agencies and individual professionals concerned with the welfare of children, youth and their families who have affiliated for the purpose of promoting mutual interests, participating in seminars and conferences, networking with their peers, subscribing to journals and other publications, and taking advantage of other opportunities for continuing professional development. Members may work in a particular field such as adoption, children's protective services, foster care or parenting; or may represent a broad range of systems that serve children, youth and their families. Many child welfare/family services associations set standards which relate to the qualifications and performance of members; offer certification programs; maintain a job bank; provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information; promote high quality services through publications, training, consultation and other forms of support which strengthen member agencies and their staffs; and support a public policy agenda that promotes the well-being of the population they serve.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Child and Family Support (Logan) - Early Childhood Council Northeastern ColoradoProvides a comprehensive, high quality, coordinated and accessible system of support for all children and families to ensure they are healthy by providing professional development opportunities for licensed early childhood professionals to increase the quality of their child care settings by offering a variety of quality tools and coaching. Such opportunities include the Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care (EQ) Initiative, which is a collaboration between the Colorado Department of Education and the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Child Care. The primary goal is to increase the quality and availability of responsive care for infants and toddlers throughout Colorado by: - Strengthening the skills and knowledge base of Early Childhood professionals working with infants and toddlers - Building capacity and promoting systemic change to foster increased quality and availability of care and services - Supporting leadership and collaboration at the community level - Facilitating professional development for infant toddler professionals, particularly those who are teaching or coaching infant toddler teachers. Also facilitates the School Readiness Quality Improvement Project (SRQIP), which aims to increase the school readiness of children 5 years of age and younger who are cared for at early care and education facilities located in neighborhoods with eligible elementary schools. To search for child care providers online or to get more information about how to identify quality child care please visit Colorado Shines: www.coloradoshines.force.com/ColoradoShines 1. Click, "Find a Program" on upper left portion of screen 2. Click “Work or Home Address” enter either address in section 3. Click “Distance” select miles preferred 4. Click “Search Parents are strongly encouraged to visit each child care facility under consideration, request references from other parents and carefully review the provider license and the most recent report of inspection.Logan CountyEarly Childhood Council Northeastern ColoradoEarly Childhood Council Northeastern Colorado
    Child and Family Support (Yuma, Washington, Kit Carson) Early Childhood Council Northeastern ColoradoProvides a comprehensive, high quality, coordinated and accessible system of support for all children and families to ensure they are healthy by providing professional development opportunities for licensed early childhood professionals to increase the quality of their child care settings by offering a variety of quality tools and coaching. Such opportunities include the Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care (EQ) Initiative, which is a collaboration between the Colorado Department of Education and the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Child Care. The primary goal is to increase the quality and availability of responsive care for infants and toddlers throughout Colorado by: - Strengthening the skills and knowledge base of Early Childhood professionals working with infants and toddlers - Building capacity and promoting systemic change to foster increased quality and availability of care and services - Supporting leadership and collaboration at the community level - Facilitating professional development for infant toddler professionals, particularly those who are teaching or coaching infant toddler teachers. Also facilitates the School Readiness Quality Improvement Project (SRQIP), which aims to increase the school readiness of children 5 years of age and younger who are cared for at early care and education facilities located in neighborhoods with eligible elementary schools. The School Readiness Sites are currently (but are subject to change): - Wray Elementary Preschool - Yuma Count Head Start- Wray Center - Wray Community Learning Center - Julie Jones- Family Child Care - Casie Egloff- Family Child Care To search for child care providers online or to get more information about how to identify quality child care please visit Colorado Shines: www.coloradoshines.force.com/ColoradoShines 1. Click, "Find a Program" on upper left portion of screen 2. Click “Work or Home Address” enter either address in section 3. Click “Distance” select miles preferred 4. Click “Search Parents are strongly encouraged to visit each child care facility under consideration, request references from other parents and carefully review the provider license and the most recent report of inspection. Yuma CountyEarly Childhood Council Northeastern ColoradoEarly Childhood Council Northeastern Colorado
    Early Childhood Council - United Way of Weld CountyWorks to advance programs, resources and support around early learning, family support and parent education, and social, emotional, and mental health. One of 34 Early Childhood Councils in Colorado.Weld CountyUnited Way of Weld CountyUnited Way of Weld County
    Kit Carson County Human Services & Child Welfare - Kit Carson County Department of Public Health and EnvironmentProvides the following services for children and families: - Home-Based Services - Life Skills - Crisis Intervention - Prevention/Intervention - Kinship Supports - Family Facilitated Meetings - Permanency Roundtables - Youth In Conflict Services - Referrals to Community-Based Services - Adult Protective Services - CCAP (childcare assistance to low-income families) - Colorado Works/Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (HB-141-, TANF) - TANF Child Only Program - Aid to the Blind (AB) - Child Support - Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) - Aid to Needy and Disabled (AND) - Food Assistance Program Authorization (FA) - Home Care Allowance Program (HCA) - Old Age Pension (OAP) - Medicaid Transportation Kit Carson CountyKit Carson County Department of Public Health and EnvironmentKit Carson County Department of Public Health and Environment

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