CCCAP is a program designed to provide child care subsidies to low income families for child care during employment, job search or school/college. Access to quality child care is available and workers assist families to meet their self-sufficiency goals by providing referrals to needed support services.
These services are provided to those that seek and need assistance from the Child Welfare Division, the Division of Youth Corrections and the Domestic Violence Program. These supports are facilitated through partnerships with families, providers and local communities to ensure that children and families have safe, healthy and stable environments; and that protection and public • Read More »
CHSAANow.com is the authoritative voice of high school athletics and activities in Colorado. The site covers all types of stories in state high schools, telling stories through written word, photos, videos, and other types of emerging media. Interns are needed to help cover athletic activities through graphic design, social media, website production, and technical writing. • Read More »
Providing support and encouragement to families of children with Down syndrome…that is our primary mission here at the Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association (CSDSA)!
District 11 has 60 schools, all of which are working to serve students with individualized programs designed to meet their specific needs. D-11 has International Baccalaureate programs at the elementary, middle and high school level and programs like CORE Knowledge, Advanced Placement, a unique Gifted and Talented program, a comprehensive Career and Technology Education program • Read More »
Community Prep School (CPS) is an accredited alternative education campus serving students throughout the Colorado Springs Region. Opened in 1995, our focus is about helping students realize their full potential — personally, educationally, career-wise and for life. (719) 227-8836.
The GOAL of Corpus Christi Catholic School is to provide a Christian atmosphere in which a student is encouraged to grow in spiritual values, right judgment, and academic knowledge. Every effort is made to guide each student’s spiritual, intellectual, and social and emotional development in the light of the teachings of Jesus Christ. CCCS strives • Read More »
Children are NOT allowed to accompany prospective jurors to Jury Duty. Free Child Care is provided by Court Care, which is run by the Colorado Springs Child Nursery Centers. They are located in Room S140 in the courthouse. ◦Provides free, licensed child care for children of individuals who have court-related business in the Pikes Peak • Read More »
The Colorado Department of Human Services Office of Early Childhood and Rose Community Foundation are collaborating to promote positive social development in Colorado’s children.
ETC offers holistic therapeutic intervention, community connectedness, and advocacy leading to empathy, accountability, and the discovery of self-worth. ETC methods include group therapy, individual therapy, play therapy, and couples therapy, family therapy, parenting classes, life skills parenting, seminars, evaluations and more. ETC specializes in trauma recovery, grief and loss, domestic violence, substance abuse, child abuse • Read More »