SafeCare Colorado provides weekly home visits with direct skill training and resources for parents. Families with children 0-5 years of age receive support managing child behavior, keeping their home free of safety hazards, and taking care of their child’s basic health care needs. This program is evidence-based and participation is voluntary. To learn more information about this program, please call 719-543-7739 ext. 114.
Family-centered parenting courses to build positive parent-child relationships. Provides families with children of all ages the skills and resources to incorporate positive experiences in daily family life and builds strong character, a sense of self-worth and a nurturing home environment for both the children and the parents. The program classes are available in the Tuesday and Thursday evening and on Saturday. Parents and children attend together and receive free meals and childcare. Class options include Nurturing Parenting for families with children 0-12 years of age, Nurturing Fathers, Circle of Parents in Recovery, Parents and Teens, Teen Parents, Nurturing Teens, Co-Parenting for families facing separation or divorce, and parents who are incarcerated. For class schedules or information call 719-586-8634 or visit www.nurturingparenting.com
Diaper Bank of Southern Colorado
Like hunger, a lack of diapers has a profound impact on a child and the family. Ensuring that every baby can be clean, dry and healthy, diaper assistance is available for low-income families with babies and toddlers. Call 719.544.4233 for more information.
Focusing on children from birth to age three, Healthy Steps offers the support that helps parents anticipate developmental stages and possible problems, to guide them in their roles as parents. Healthy Steps uses a team approach to primary health care for young children. A professional staff member will provide an effective link between the family and the pediatric and family practice. Call 719.586.8619 for more information.
Parenting the Love and Logic Way
Catholic Charities offers a parenting class that provides practical tools and techniques that help adults achieve respectful, healthy relationships with their children. The authors of “Parenting the Love and Logic Way® (Charles Fay, PhD. and Foster Cline, M.D.) state that Love and Logic is a way for parents to take control of the home, while at the same time teaching kids to be responsible, think for themselves and be prepared for the real world. Class participants (including parents, grandparents, foster parents and educators) learn many parenting skills in the class through the use of education, interactive discussion, videos, assignments and role-modeling. For class schedule or more information call 719-543-7739 ext. 114.