Boulder County ABCD Partnership - The Boulder County Assuring Better Child Health and Development (ABCD) Partnership is a chartered organization which began meeting in July 2013. Key community partners have supported local efforts to share leadership and accountability for supporting a coordinated, quality system in which children in Boulder County are screened, referred, evaluated, and connected to developmental services.
The Bright EYES Coalition - Bright EYES Coalition began in 2003 and is made up of various Early Childhood partners in the Longmont/St Vrain Valley School District area. The mission of the Bright EYES Coalition is: "Engaging and connecting Longmont area families with early learning resources and opportunities."
Broomfield Housing Opportunity Coalition (BHOC) - A collaborative initiative whose goal is to have an accessible Broomfield for a variety families and income levels; Representing diverse Broomfield entities with a common belief in the power of community to address needs and solve problems. Their mission: to build partnerships, learn together, inspire policy dialogue and outcomes and create solutions.
Dream Big Initiative - The overarching objective of the Dream Big Initiative is to “increase Boulder’s collective commitment to eliminate the opportunity and achievement gaps” so that “by 2040, all children in Boulder County are succeeding academically and reaching their full potential.” The Dream Big Initiative is dedicated to addressing this by providing low-income youth and their families with Cradle-to-Career support through three tiers – increasing academic success, strengthening family support networks and promoting student well-being.
DV/CPS Collaboration & Consultation Team - The collaboration is dedicated to the clear and measurable vision of keeping children in Boulder County safe, providing them with a supportive, nurturing environment, and supporting non-abusing parents who are also victims of domestic violence, resulting in more families remaining intact and becoming safe and stable.
Human Services Alliance - The mission of the Human Services Alliance (HSA) is to improve the quality of life in Boulder County by enhancing the competency and collaboration of human service agencies, and to educate and influence the public and policy makers on matters that impact the availability and delivery of human services.
Mountain Human Services Collaborative - The Mountain Human Services Collaborative seeks to provide a broad range of basic needs services and referrals to other resources in support of vulnerable residents of Boulder County mountain communities, as resources allow.
No Student Hungry Partnership - The Boulder Valley School District, YMCA of Boulder Valley and Community Food Share are dedicated to serving populations suffering from food insecurity. This partnership acknowledges not only the right of every child to access food resources, but to have access to nutritious food and to develop the life skills associated with healthy cooking and eating habits.
Partners Bridging the Digital Divide - Intercambio, EFAA, Sister Carmen, I Have a Dream, Boulder Housing Partners, BVSD, Boulder Public Library and Family Resource Schools working with families that as more and more resources and information become available exclusively online, the divide in terms of information and social capital between those who are connected and those who are not is rapidly widening.
SMILES Virtual Dental Home Collaborative - The goals of the project are to increase access to oral health services, provide patients with the opportunity to establish a non-clinic based dental home and contribute to the increased quality of life in our community through the improved oral health of individuals.
The Early Childhood Council of Boulder County - ECCBC partners with more than 30 county-wide programs and services that impact the four domains of early childhood (early learning, family support/ parent education and health and mental health) to expand and improve the comprehensive early childhood system for families in Boulder County.
Truancy Improvement Project (TIP) - The program is intended to reduce the use of detention, better identify and match services to truant youth and family needs, create better opportunities to share information about truant youth and understand their needs through a Community Review Team (CRT)-type process, called the Truancy Review Team (”TRT”).
Westlake Middle School Collaborative - Our purpose is that all Westlake MS students are prepared for high school and are set up for success. Through this pilot, the Westlake Collaborative will be assessing the needs of students that are not proficient in math and are facing challenges that hinder academic success.