Providing resources for Colorado babies and families impacted by prematurity.
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.
211 Colorado’s resources for pregnant and new parents helps you find the right resources at the right time. Call 211 in Colorado or browse their website to get connected.
The Honoring Fatherhood Program equips fathers to live with integrity and purpose and to strengthen the families, homes, and communities they are a part of. Participants receive education on topics like: parenting from the Native perspective, relationship guidance, and money management.
Nurse-Family Partnership works by having specially trained nurses regularly visit young, first-time moms-to-be, starting early in the pregnancy, and continuing through the child’s second birthday.
Find and research quality child care programs through Colorado Shines’ quality rating, licensing history and monitoring reports.
A support group for parents of medically complex babies where they can connect, learn, and find support.
Parent Possible promotes and supports evidence-based, high-quality programs to engage with parents where they are – inspiring parent involvement, facilitating school readiness, and strengthening opportunities for children to achieve their full potential.
Providing pregnant and new parents with supportive programs, services, and information.
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.
Connecting families and individuals with child care and education resources.
CO-4-Kids takes into account the unique challenges and needs of foster and adoptive parents through their unique support and training for parents like you.
Circle of Parents® provides a friendly, supportive environment led by parents and other caregivers, where parents are the experts.
HCP programs are located within local public health agencies throughout Colorado. Nurse-led teams provide care coordination for children and youth with special health care needs from birth to 21.
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.
Circle of Parents provides a friendly, supportive environment led by parents and other caregivers, where parents are the experts. Visit their website to find a variety of Spanish-speaking support groups.
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.
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.
Colorado fathers and male caregivers join together online to share support, tips and advice, or just talk.
SafeCare® Colorado is a free, voluntary support program for parents and caregivers with children ages five and under who need extra support to keep their families safe and healthy.
Colorado’s Early Intervention program provides supports and services to children with developmental delays or disabilities and their families from birth until the child’s third birthday.
Through advancing the proven power of nurturing relationships, Zero to Three is transforming the science of early childhood into helpful resources, practical tools and responsive policies.
The Center for African American Health offers African American and Black Metro Denver communities culturally responsive resources that support them in overcoming the root causes of health problems so they can maximize their individual and family health.
Helping families find home visiting options across Colorado.
The Nurturing Parenting program is designed to promote healthy physical and emotional development, appropriate roles, and developmental expectations. Classes are offered in 12 week cycles and are currently being held on zoom.
Helping families before, during, and after a NICU stay and infant loss by providing powerful resources for the whole family.
Lifestyle and parenting articles written by and for Latinx parents.
Rainbow Families supports, educates, and connects lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) families, parents, and prospective parents by providing educational programs, advocacy, social events, and discussion forums.
A unique father-to-father, community-based workshop that inspires and equips men of different economic levels, ages and cultures to become confidently engaged with their infants, support their mates, and personally navigate their transformation into dads.
“Don’t feel peer-pressured by everyone that thinks they are the ‘perfect’ parent. The perfect parent doesn’t exist. Bottom line: you know your child better than anyone and don’t let anyone make you believe otherwise. Every child is different and what works for one child doesn’t work for another.”