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* Dr. Watamura shares research and finding
* Review ECCP next steps survey
* Draft scope of work for the EC Systems Connect Action team
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The Early Childhood Colorado Partnership is a broad and diverse network of state and local agencies, nonprofits, early childhood councils, universities, and beyond working to advance the vision of the Early Childhood Colorado Framework statewide.
The 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.
The latest resources and updates from the Partnership
2015 Annual Report (December 2015)
The Early Childhood Colorado Partnership (ECCP) was so successful in 2015, thanks to the over 600 members working diligently every day to ensure that all Colorado children are valued, healthy and thriving. Learn more about the accomplishments of the network and how you can continue to participate and support in this annual report.
The Raising of America Mini-Grant Report (August 2015)
Congratulations to the Partnership’s 15 The Raising of America Mini-Grantees on hosting over 25 successful screenings across the state including almost 1,000 people! These events and conversations were clearly influential in supporting dialogue around the needs of children and families in Colorado. This report includes highlights of successes, barriers, and recommendations for the Partnership and other partners promoting the documentary series.
Executive Summary of Building Foundations of Resilience (July 2015)
This is a summary version of the Building Foundations of Resilience literature review, which was released by the Partnership in 2014. This brief provides an overview of promising approaches to buffer toxic stress in young children through caregiver supports.