Colorado’s Positive Youth Development Training System

Colorado is recognized as a leader in promoting and operationalizing Positive Youth Develoment (PYD) at the state, local and community level. PYD has become a highly recognized and frequently requested training.

PYD is an approach that inco...

Understanding Mental Health and Mental Illness: Mental Health & High School Curriculum Guide

This guide provides a complete set of evidence-based teaching lessons and resources to increase the understanding of mental health and mental disorders, decrease the stigma of mental illness and enhance help-seeking efficacy among both students an...

Educating Colorado Youth to Be Responsible Drivers- A Class for Parents and Their New Teen Drivers

The Graduated Driver Licensing Seminar is a free valuable resource provided by DRIVE SMART designed to help parents and teens learn the laws of the restricted license. This seminar is a 1 hour program focusing on the laws, risks and insurance stra...

Young Athletes

Offered by Special Olympics Colorado, Young Athletes (YA) aims to welcome children with intellectual disabilities (ID), ages 2 1/2 to 7, and their families to the Special Olympics movement. YA is a sports play program for children with and without...

Unified Champion Schools

Unified Champion Schools (UCS) is an internationally recognized inclusive program managed by Special Olympics Colorado (SOCO) that empowers youth, with and without intellectual disabilities (ID), to be leaders of change by playing and learning tog...

Tobacco Education Program: Second Chance

Second Chance is a web-based tobacco education program for middle and high school youth who have violated a tobacco policy at school or a law in the community. It is a FREE on-line, interactive, and self-directed program intended to be used as an ...

School-Based Health Center (SBHC) Program

The purpose of the SBHC Program is to provide grants to school-based health centers with priority given to centers that serve a disproportionate number of uninsured or underinsured children and youth (defined as birth to <21 years of age), a lo...

Healthy LEAP

Unified Champion Schools (UCS) is an internationally recognized inclusive program that actively engages youth, with and without intellectual disabilities (ID), to promote social, emotional, and physical health and awareness for all students. Speci...

Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) provides technical assistance to schools, school districts, cities, towns, and counties looking to set up or improve a Safe Routes to School program. This is free of charge.  Please contact the Safe...

Colorado Safe Routes to School Grant Opportunities

Colorado SRTS (CSRTS) offers grant funding through a statewide competitive application. Look for applications on the website every August of even numbered years. Both infrastructure (built environments) and non-infrastructure (education, enforceme...

School Bullying Prevention and Education Grant

The Colorado Department of Education (CDE) provides the Colorado School Bullying Prevention and Education Grant Program (BPEG) to reduce the frequency of bullying incidents. Grant activities include:

– Implementing evidence-based bull...

Colorado Parents for Healthy Kids Wellness Kit Program

Action for Healthy Kids and Colorado PTA are working with 20+ school parent groups in 2018-19 and 2019-20 to promote healthy lifestyles and increase academic achievement. Selected groups receive a wellness project kit valued at up to $1,000, along...

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