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Parentline Colorado is a free telebehavioral health service offering brief, strategic psychotherapy through video chat and telephone to pregnant and postpartum families with children up to age five. Click here to view the flyer in Spanish.
Alma is a home visitation program for pregnant parents or caregivers that take care of little ones up to the age of three and live in SW Denver/East Jeffco neighborhoods. Through home visits, Alma community companions work alongside families to practice skills that support family wellbeing, build-up their strengths, and make connections in the community.
Community Reach Center provides therapeutic support for women with pregnancy-related depression and anxiety. Dads need support too - that's why services focus on the whole family. Services are provided by Infant Mental Health Specialists on the Early Childhood Services Team, as well as therapists at any of the Center’s outpatient locations. To make an appointment with an Infant Mental Health Specialist, please call the Early Childhood Services team at (303) 853-3801. To see an outpatient therapist, come in for an initial evaluation.
This resource has been designed by Maternal Mental Health NOW to help you feel prepared to adjust to the emotional demands, joys, and stressors of trying to conceive, pregnancy and parenting.
MotherWise's program includes 6 weeks of workshops plus one-on-one coaching for mothers on knowing themselves, what healthy relationships are to them, communication and relationship skills for all kinds of relationships, and connecting with a newborn baby.
Breastfeeding can be hard. Access to lactation services for common issues can make a big difference. Connect with Tri-County-specific groups, resources, and other supports by visiting this guide. The guide is also available in Spanish here!
In this podcast from Zero To Three, join host Ernestine Benedict and early childhood expert, doula, and mother Elizabeth Pihlaja as they explore pregnancy, birth, trauma, and mental health and well-being in the earliest years of life.
Special Connections, a program for pregnant women on Health First Colorado, helps women struggling with substance use have healthier pregnancies and babies by providing case management, individual and group counseling, and health education.
Believing that personal and public health is a fundamental aspect of family prosperity, Families Forward Resource Center (FFRC) provides community health services for families. Health advocacy services include health coverage, nutrition and cooking classes and developmental screening services.
For parents, caring for a fussy baby can be exhausting and frustrating. There is no quick fix—but there is help. Call Fussy Baby Network® Colorado, a program for parents who have concerns about their baby’s fussiness during the first year of life.
Strategies to support you and your baby’s health and wellness during this unprecedented and difficult time.
Bright by Text connects you with trusted information and resources from early childhood experts about pregnancy, child development, and much more. Available in both English and Spanish, messages keep you updated on everything from developmental tips based on your due date to events taking place in your community! Text BRIGHT to 274448 to sign up and visit their site to learn more.