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Even if you earn little to no income, by filing your taxes you could receive up to $3,600 through the Child Tax Credit (CTC) or up to $6,700 through the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). That extra money can help you pay for groceries, clothes, child care, get ahead on your rent or bills, or start a savings account or a college fund for your kids. Learn more about how tax credits give families and working people a big boost at www.GetAheadColorado.org
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Insights from Real Colorado Parents
“I think that mental health services should be discussed in conversation more. Information was always provided in writing, but it wasn’t always discussed by the practitioner.
Also, I think that filling out a depression scale is confusing/misleading because many mothers experience normal levels of anxiety, worry, and depression but might feel uncomfortable saying “yes” to items on the depression scale – for fear of being stigmatized or diagnosed.”