"Love & Logic" six-week classes
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Referred to resources for assistance with financial problems, housing, food, utilities, etc. Follow-up contacts are made to ensure clients’ needs have been met.
Education of car seat issues and seat belts.
The goal is to help families give children a “bright beginning”! Educators conduct a home visit with parent or caregivers to provide information to support their children’s physical, emotional and intellectual development during the critical first years of life.
Home visitation and playgroups: Parents are their children’s first and most influential teachers. PAT provides research-based information on how to foster learning and nurture development to parents prenatally and with children up to age 5.
We help connect people to health resources
Strengthens and stabilizes families by working with a family advocate. Budgeting, parenting classes, case management and more activities are offered.
We help complete applications
Inspect and install car seats
This program provides resources to at-risk families who are not currently involved in the child welfare system, but are still at potential risk for incidents of child abuse or maltreatment.
Coordinates funds from Energy Outreach Colorado, Salvation Army, churches and charitable assistance programs to serve families with emergency needs including heating fuels and electricity.
Tri-County Family Care Center started a new out-of-school-time program, C.A.T.C.H. (Coordinated Approach To Child Health) in conjunction with Rocky Ford Intermediate School. The program includes structured physical activities and selecting healthy foods for children Kindergarten through 5thgrade, ages 5 to 11 years old.