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Child Maltreatment Prevention Framework for Action

All children are valued, healthy and thriving.  The Need. Abuse and neglect impacts more than 37,000 children a year in Colorado according to the Colorado Department of Human Services Community Performance Center. While progress ...
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Early Childhood Communication Collaborative

The Need.  Parents and caregivers are a young child’s first and most important teacher. It is imperative that parents and caregivers (including Family, Friend and Neighbor caregivers) understand how to support young children’s ...
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Transforming Colorado’s Early Childhood Workforce

Colorado Early Childhood Workforce Survey Early Childhood Professionals: We need your help! We would like to invite you to an opportunity to earn two professional development hours honored by Child Care Licensing and Colorado Shi ...
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Birth to Eight Roadmap

Early Milestones Colorado, in conjunction with Denver Public Schools, the Mayor's Office of Children's Affairs and Denver's early childhood community, is proud to release the Birth to Eight Roadmap Phase II: Implementation Planning p ...
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LAUNCH Together

Social, emotional and mental health are essential to a child’s healthy development. LAUNCH Together was created from a vision shared by several Colorado foundations and inspired by the federally funded Project LAUNCH. It will ensur ...
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Early Childhood Colorado Framework Update

The Early Childhood Colorado Framework (Framework) was developed in 2008 as a resource and guide for comprehensive early childhood systems work in Colorado. In 2015, new research, state investments and progress on initiatives inspire ...
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Parent and Caregiver Education and Engagement: National Scan

Parents are a child’s first and most important teacher. They deserve the best information about how to help their children grow-up valued, healthy and thriving. Many parents not only care for their own children but, through informa ...
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