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Advancing quality, access and equity in early care and education so that all children are healthy, valued and thriving. Every day, families across Colorado wrestle with challenging decisions about their children's earliest care and education: Who will take care of my child? How will I know he is safe? How much will it cost? How will I know he is being loved and nurtured?
3607 M.L.K. Jr Blvd Denver, CO
Child Care Assistance
The program provides child care assistance to families that are working, searching for employment or are in training, and families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program and need child care services to support their efforts toward self-sufficiency.
1575 Sherman Street, Denver, CO 80203
Do you need help paying for child care? Denver Child Care Assistance Program might be able to help! The Denver County Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) helps families who qualify pay for child care for infants to children age 13 and special needs youth up to age 19.
1200 Federal Boulevard Denver, CO 80204
Boulder County administers CCAP alongside its other self-sufficiency-supporting services.. The Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) provides financial assistance to eligible low-income families who need child care benefits for children from birth to age 12. If you are eligible, a portion of the total child care cost will be paid. You will be required to pay a portion of the childcare costs directly to the provider based on family size and income.
2525 13th St, Suite 204
ACFCCA is a non-profit association for licensed child care professionals who work for the benefit of the children in care, fellow providers, and our community's needs. Licensed family child care is a vital part of every community. Child care providers are only now beginning to receive the recognition that they have long deserved.
PO Box 473172, Aurora, CO 80047
Early Childhood Education
The Denver Preschool Program helps Denver families (regardless of income) pay for high quality preschool for their child in their last year of preschool before kindergarten with tuition credits. Families living in Denver County can choose from more than 250 preschools in the metro Denver area. The amount of financial support offered depends on family size and income, the quality of the preschool chosen, and the child's level of attendance.
The historic Clayton Early Learning School in far Northeast Denver has research-based program that are expertly designed to ensure that infants, toddlers, and preschoolers are amply prepared for success in school and beyond.
Clayton Early Learning in Far Northeast.
4800 Telluride St., Bldg. 5., Denver, CO 80249
The Institute at Clayton Early Learning
3993 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Denver, CO 80205
All activities rely on the use of common, around-the-house items, kitchen supplies, and a few toys, and it‘s very easy to substitute in similar items for things you may not have at hand. Plus, activities are all developmentally-appropriate and practice skills that children are normally learning at that age in a fun, hands-on way. Although most activities would work best at home, there are a few you can “take with you” on the road as well. As an added bonus, the cards are sturdy, laminated, and very portable!
Learning doesn’t begin when a child starts school. Amazingly, 85% of a baby’s intellect, personality, and social skills are developed in the first three years of life. But because babies don’t come with operating instructions, all parents need a little guidance on how to make the most of this critical period. That’s where Bright by Three comes in. Bright by Three visits with parents and other caregivers and provides a three-step program to make sure their little ones get the best start at life. And it’s absolutely free for these families, supported entirely by charitable contributions.
3605 Martin Luther King Jr, Denver, CO 80207
Successful Innovations was founded in 2006 by former educational leaders of schools with a large percentage of students on free and reduced lunch. Darla Edwards (former principal), Stefanie Prokity (former principal), and Hilda Stevens (retired Literacy Coach) were passionate about finding meaningful ways to increase student achievement and decrease the achievement gap. They believed that the solution to increased performance could be addressed through equipping parents with the knowledge necessary to support their child’s education.
4851 Fort Avenue, Suite B Lynchburg, VA 24502