Our experienced staff and trusted consultants deliver customized and innovative evaluation, training, and technical assistance services to agencies that serve vulnerable children and families in Colorado and throughout the United States.
Our efforts to “help the helpers” focus on:
1) Increasing the capacity of school administrators, teachers, and parents to keep students engaged in school; 2) enhancing the management and leadership skills of nonprofit staff so that they are better equipped to support vulnerable children and families; and 3) ensuring that youth- and family-serving agencies have the data they need to make sound programmatic decisions.
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New Online Tools to Support Community Programming
The Partnership for Families & Children has been involved in the development of two distinct online tools that will help Colorado communities make decisions to improve outcomes for youth in the state.
1. Social-Emotional and Mental Health Navigation Guide for Colorado- Developed under the leadership of JFK Partners. This tool helps communities make decisions about what mental health practices, policies, and funding strategies exist that match their own needs and goals.
2. One Community Pueblo community dashboard. With funding from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The Partnership has been developing an online dashboard that will support the Pueblo, Colorado community in tracking indicators related to youth, education and family well-being. The dashboard is live and we are continuing to add data about the Pueblo community frequently.