Category Archives: denver

Get paid to fill out DPS Health Agenda 2020 Survey: Now Open. Se les paga para llenarYa está disponible la encuesta sobre la Agenda de Salud 2020. Se les paga para llenarlo.

Denver Public Schools (DPS) wants to hear from students, parents and the community about health issues that most impact students. Denver Public Health invites you to participate in an online survey to help inform you about efforts being made in DPS to improve student health and wellness. Topics on the survey include: asthma, nutrition, physical activity, social/emotional health, substance us, teen pregnancy, vision,

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Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action is hosting a conference for the general public concerning the needs of youth.

  In the link I have attached a flyer, Conference at a Glance and Press Release about our Youth Conference that is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015. As you can see, we have an outstanding agenda and presenters. It is my hope that you will help us by attending and sending this information to all of

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Oh My Goooooodness, it’s almost Youth Action Day, and you know you’ve gotta be there!

Hey Colorado! We invite you to join Colorado Youth Matter and the CREATE Council for a day of education on the legislative process, information on important sexual health issues that are effecting Colorado youth and lobbying to legislators at the state capitol! We would like to extend priority registration for our community partners to Youth

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Join us on Jan. 24 for the the Colorado Foster Care and Adoption Film Festival

Colorado Foster Care and Adoption Film Festival  Saturday, January 24, 2015 Sie Theater, 2510 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO First films begins at 11:15 am Tickets $12 per film- full festival passes available Please join the Colorado Department of Human Services for a full day of films on foster care and adoption topics, debut of the 2015 Colorado Heart Gallery and the

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We are looking for volunteers to come on STREET OUTREACH, hit the bricks, and find homeless youth living on the streets.

How Can You Help? On the night of January 26th, 2015, Street Outreach will be going out to find people sleeping on the streets of the Denver Metro Area in order to conduct the survey. Then, throughout the week, we will be giving the survey on the streets to catch anyone we missed. We will

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Help PrinJastin and Art from Ashes to raise money to create poetry and music to help youth facing family issues, mental illness, and other risks! #everydollarhelps #youcouldsavealife

Prinjastin The Beginning: Creating an album returning to the true forms of hip hop. Click Here to donate  My name is Prinjastin Sykes, I grew up  with a poor mom. My mom was mentally disabled and she always tried to commit suicide. My mom would get a welfare check every month and we could only afford to stay in a motel.

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State Launches New Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline: 1-844-CO-4-KIDS

Hotline provides one statewide phone number for individuals to report suspected child abuse and neglect FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dec. 31, 2014 (Denver) – The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) launches a new statewide child abuse and neglect hotline – 1-844-CO-4-KIDS on Jan. 1. Governor Hickenlooper’s Child Welfare Plan “Keeping Kids Safe and Families Healthy” called for the

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You could attend or even speak at a TED Event! Applications to attend TEDxYouth@MileHigh are OPEN! Please share with teachers, school admins, and parents of students in 6-12th grade!

TEDxMileHigh is excited to announce that applications for TEDxYouth@MileHigh are now open! Nominate HERE! The deadline is January 9th for Applications and nominations + Meeting in January! This year’s event is slated to take place April 7, 2015 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House and is an ideal learning opportunity for youth in grades 6-12. We

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You know how we love to keep you well updated, well here are two new youth groups aiming to help Colorado’s Homeless and runaway youth population.

Below is information for two new groups from 180 Street Outreach. Please feel free to print, distribute, and offer referrals if any of you clients are interested in attending. Street Smarts is a psycho-educational sex education group focusing on HIV prevention and empowerment for 16-22 year olds. Free items will be offered as incentives for attendance- such

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