Colorado Bright Beginnings
Colorado Bright Beginnings’ programs are free for all Colorado parents and are available in both English and Spanish. Parents are given a bag of valuable books and materials that help educate and support them as parents. The interactive visit experience personalizes the discussion and provide parents with resources and tools that support their individualized parenting questions and concerns. Volunteers and staff meet with parents at home, at work, in groups or at any community setting of their choice. Programs are for prenatal to 12 months of age, 12 to 24 months, and 24-36 months.
Family Leadership Training Institute
This 20-week skill-based curriculum is designed to bolster family involvement and leadership skills while promoting the lifelong health, safety and learning of children. Topics include but are not limited to: “Parents as change agents,” “How Systems Work,” “Using Your Voice,” “How does the State work,” and “Language: Packaging & Moving Agendas.” Contact information is at the end of the Overview.
Fussy Baby Network Colorado
All babies cry, but some cry more than others. One in five babies is fussy – difficult to comfort and may have trouble feeding and sleeping. For parents, caring for a fussy baby can be exhausting and frustrating. There is no quick fix, but there is help. Fussy Baby Network Colorado is a program for parents who have concerns about their baby’s fussiness during the first year of life. Infant specialists will work with you to find more ways to soothe, care for, and enjoy your baby. Services are free of charge and no family will be turned away. Services are also available in Spanish.