|ABC Child Development Center Locations||ABC Child Development Centers and Bright School-Age Centers are designed to be model child care programs. The positive effects of our programming can only be truly achieved through the commitment of the management, teaching staff and support staff alike. We strive to have each of our centers to be "a light on a hill" for the families we serve - places where the stresses of their lives can be eased through the caring and compassion of dedicated staff to the families we serve.
Our 5-star approach Education:
•To provide the finest educational experience for all of our children.
•To provide developmentally appropriate academic curriculum and assessment.
•To stimulate a life-time love of learning.
•To build a solid sense of self-esteem, achievement, and leadership.
•To model positive principles of behavior... sharing, caring patience, honesty, forgiveness, kindness, and justice.
•To help develop continuing values and friendships to last a lifetime.
•To provide safe, clean, and stimulating centers that provide a healthy atmoshpere which facilitate learning and ensure quality.
•To add enrichment activities including: private swimming pools and splash park, dance and movement, foreign language, music, creative outside play spaces, sports camps and fun field trips.
•To support positive family relationships.
•To provide ongoing support where parents have a voice in their child's educational development.
•To provide parents the very best care for their children and the peace of mind that follows in knowing their children are in safe, dedicated hands.
||Weld County||ABC Child Development Centers||ABC Child Development Centers|
|Bright Stars Head Start Center (South Yates Street) - Volunteers of America||Provides a full-day preschool program and child care program (accepting both CCAP and private pay) for low income families with children three to five years of age.||Denver County||South Yates Street - Volunteers of America||Volunteers of America|
|Child Care (Alamosa) - Adams State College||Gingerbread House is the Child Care center on campus for students and staff.
Early learning center on the campus of Adams State College. Dedicated to providing low cost, high quality child care. The center is open to receive children anytime during its business hours.
||Alamosa County||Individual & Family Life (Alamosa) - Adams State College||Adams State College |
|Childcare and Preschool - Stepping Stones Day School||Provides care for infants through 12 years old. Services include preschool, daycare, before and after school care, and summer programs.||Pueblo County||Childcare and Preschool Program||Stepping Stones Day School|
|Childcare and Respite Care for Children with Disabilities - Megan's Place||Provides childcare for children with disabilities, including regular childcare and as-needed respite care for families. During the summer, respite and childcare are provided as a summer camp. Overnight care is also available.||Jefferson County||Megan's Place||Megan's Place|
|Child Care - Custer County Kids Club||State-licensed, nonprofit child care center serving culturally diverse families with developmentally age-appropriate activities. Offers both summer and year round programs.||Custer County||Kids club||Custer County Kids Club|
|Child Care - East Side Child Care Center||Provides toddler, preschool, before/after school care, summer school services, and transportation to and from Eastside elementary schools during the school year.
Programming for children consists of High Scope Curriculum, breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks, field trips, and positive developmental programs.||Pueblo County||Child Care||East Side Child Care Center|
|Child Care - Haxtun Community Childcare Center||A nonprofit childcare center that emphasizes a safe, nurturing, and educational environment for children in the community.||Phillips County||Haxtun Community Childcare Center||Haxtun Community Childcare Center|
|Child Care - Kinder Haus||Provides all-day child care for infants to children age 12, and preschool for children ages 3-6.||Fremont County||Child Care||Kinder Haus|
|Child Care - Tri-Lakes Cares||Tri-Lakes Cares provides assistance with short-term childcare. MUST BE A TLC CLIENT and fall into income guidelines.||El Paso County||Tri-Lakes Cares||Tri-Lakes Cares|
|Child Find - SLV Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)||A free service, Child Find is provided throughout the 14 school districts in the San Luis Valley. Children ages 0 - 5 are screened / assessed through SLV BOCES.
Child Find services for school age children are completed through their local school districts.
Also connects children and families to intervention services when it is appropriate.||Alamosa County||Education - SLV Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)||SLV Board of Cooperative Services (SLV BOCES)|
|Day Care - Minnequa Medicenter||Offers a licensed day care center for children 2 1/2 to 13 years of age. Provides three meals and two snacks daily, as well as free transportation to several local elementary schools before and after school.||Pueblo County||Child Day Care||Minnequa Medicenter|
|Early Child Education (Pecos St) - Catholic Charities||Provides a range of early childhood education options at multiple locations including Head Start, Early Head Start, Child Care, and Preschool.||Denver County||Pecos Street - Catholic Charities||Catholic Charities|
|Early Childhood Education - Family Development Center||The Discovery Learning Center offers early education and child care for children ages three to six years old, including preschool, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten programs.||Routt County||Family Development Center||Family Development Center |
|Early Childhood Education - The Family Center/La Familia||Offers an Early Head Start, Colorado Preschool Program which provides bilingual early childhood education, care, and nutritious meals for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers from 6 weeks to 5 years old. CCAP and workforce approved.
||Larimer County||Family Center/La Familia||Family Center/La Familia|
|Joey's Place - Special Kids Special Families||A non-integrated day program giving adults with disabilities an opportunity to learn life skills to help further their independence.
Independent Living Skills
Health / Wellness
Basic Literacy||El Paso County||Individual & Family Life - Special Kids Special Families||Special Kids Special Families |
|Maternal Child Health - EL Paso County Public Health||The Maternal Child Health (MCH) program works on systems building for early childhood development by providing health and safety education to children and child care facilities. MCH also conducts childcare facilities inspections to ensure compliance with governmental regulations.||El Paso County||Environmental & Public Health / Safety - El Paso County Public Health||El Paso County Public Health|
|Preschool - SOROCO Preschool||Licensed Preschool with child care hours serving south Routt County.
||Routt County||SOROCO Preschool||SOROCO Preschool|
|Riverhouse Children's Center||A non-profit early childhood education and child care center accepting children from age 6 weeks to 5 years old. Children are placed by Kindergarten year. All children go on a wait list. Children can partake in the Creative Curriculum that emphasizes social emotional behavior, language, gross motor and early mathematical and literacy learning.||La Plata County||Riverhouse Children's Center||Riverhouse Children's Center|
|Zach's Place - Special Kids Special Families (SKSF)||Zach's Place provides before & after-school, weekend & evening care for youth who have disabilities.
Overnight care is also available.
Life skills training and community participation are part of the program. A variety of disabilities are served, including profound retardation, cerebral palsy and autism.||El Paso County||Individual & Family Life - Special Kids Special Families||Special Kids Special Families |