Children / Youth
Boulder County Childcare Assistance Program (CCAP)
303 678-6014 and email@example.com. CCAP provides financial assistance to pay for a portion of child care costs for low-income families with children from birth to age 12. CCAP is accepted at many before and after school programs, KE, day care centers, preschools, and summer camps. The family must be Boulder County residents and must meet income requirements. Parents can be working, searching for a job or going to school up to 1st bachelors. GED, ESL and some certificate programs may qualify. To apply, you will need an application and check list of items you will need to submit. Visit www.bouldercountychildcare.org or go to "drop-in" open hours every Tuesday and Thursday from 11am-1pm in two locations – 3460 N. Broadway, Boulder and 1921 Corporate Center Circle, Suite 3F, Longmont.
Boulder County Head Start
Boulder County Head Start is a comprehensive Child Development program for low income families and children with disabilities. It is designed to meet the individual needs of children through a partnership between teachers and parents.
The mission of BoulderReads! is to help people discover the power and joy of reading. We serve adults and children and our program is free and confidential.
Children's Alley at YWCA
Emergency temporary child care
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Child Care Subsidy and Referrals (CCSR) Program
303-441-3544 or 303-441-3564. CCSR provides information and referrals to licensed (homes and centers) child care, preschools, and other services for children and families. This is a free service and is available to all residents of Boulder County (Boulder, Erie, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Niwot, and Nederland). Visit their office at 2160 Spruce Street in Boulder Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm and outside of these hours by appointment.
City of Boulder Family Services
2160 Spruce Street, Boulder | (303) 441-4357
Information on the City of Boulder food tax rebate.
Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center (FRC) is a collaborative effort between the City of Boulder and Boulder County serving all residents of the City of Boulder with a child up to 19 years of age or families with a child enrolled in a BVSD school within the city limits.
Family Resource Schools
(303) 441-3344. Family Resource Schools (FRS) is a joint partnership between the City of Boulder and the Boulder Valley School District serving children and families at five elementary schools in Boulder.
I Have A Dream Foundation (IHAD)
After-school tutoring and social development support.
Impact on Education, Foundation for Boulder Valley Schools
(303) 524-3865. Our Mission: Leverage community resources to increase student achievement, create opportunities, and build support for public education.
Youth Services Initiative - Boulder Parks and Rec Department)
3198 Broadway, Boulder | (303) 413-7204
After school program
(303) 443-0419. Our mission focuses on the protection of children, empowerment of women and girls, and the elimination of racism. The YWCA of Boulder County provides a variety of solution-oriented programs that advance women, children and their families. Examples of services include temporary, drop-in childcare at Children's Alley, personalized career counseling, financial education, after-school girls programs, racial justice activities and more.