Working together to ensure all Colorado children are valued, healthy, and thriving
We all play a role in building strong systems for Colorado’s children and families. Developing and sustaining a comprehensive early childhood system with children and families at the center is not an easy task, and no one individual, organization or agency can do it alone. But together, our collective efforts can ensure Colorado children and families thrive.
The Early Childhood Colorado Partnership provides the space and conditions for diverse partners across the comprehensive early childhood system – encompassing health, mental health, family support and early learning – to come together to identify common results, share best practices, and implement strategies to improve system effectiveness for child and family well-being.
Highlighting resources, tools, and learnings from the Colorado early childhood community through the ECCP blog. See the latest:
May is Mental Health Month, and we know that the health and well-being of a child can be impacted by the mental health of her parents. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is supporting a statewide campaign focused…
Shirley Ritter directs Kids First, an early childhood resource center serving Pitkin County. Read her reflection on promoting local collaboration for preventive efforts and how Kids First used Early Childhood Shared Messaging as a tool to support these efforts. by Shirley…
Visit the Shared Message Bank to learn more about the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership’s key messages and target audiences.
Find information on upcoming Early Childhood Colorado Partnership events and meetings, along with archived resources from previous meetings.
Receive ongoing updates on what’s happening in the early childhood landscape in Colorado through the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership’s Our Voice Newsletter.