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05th Dec2016

Growing Colorado Kids Program

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Growing Colorado Kids is accepting applications for its program through the end of December! Youth will learn construction, culinary, and farming skills by participating in small teams and working alongside our staff and volunteers. Growing Colorado Kids provides a free, safe and educational program for refugee youth ages 6-21.

Don’t miss out! Get more information today.

15th Sep2016

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Lead the Change Summit

#LeadTheChangeCO Highlights:
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Check-in time: 9:30 AM
Event time: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Arapahoe Community College – Littleton Campus
5900 S. Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80120

This week’s updates:

  • Our web page is now live! Visit our site for additional details, important documents and a link to registration. http://artsintegratedresources.org/programs/lead-the-change/
  • We are pleased to announce that lodging and mileage reimbursement scholarships are available this year.  Click the link to the web page above and find the application in the “resources” column on the right hand side of the page. The application includes eligibility criteria. Applications must be submitted by Thursday, September 29, 2016.
  • For those that have already registered, please complete the liability release that is on the website under “resources” and email to: little_details@me.com. All participants must complete and submit a liability release to participate

Event Details:
#LeadTheChangeCO, formerly known as the CO9to25 Summit, is now more than a one day event. We are starting a movement for youth and adults to engage their communities in ways they are passionate about. Participants at the summit will use creativity and the arts to innovate social media challenges that will launch across Colorado throughout the year. These challenges will excite youth and adults to practice the skills of listening, speaking, taking action, and sharing to inspire others.

  • Registration for the event via Eventbrite is open and ends Thursday, October 6, 2016.
  • The summit is limited to 125 participants. The attendance cap allows participants to delve deep into the content of the day.
  • Participation is also limited to 7 youth and adults from each organization. The small group size ensures youth and adults from across the state have a voice throughout the summit.
  • We will offer a waitlist and contact those on it if spaces become available. Priority will be given to organizations who have not yet registered. After that, we will allow organizations to register more than 7 participants.
  • The summit cost is $15 per participant, which includes an AM snack bag, lunch and all materials.

Lodging reminders:

Residence Inn Marriott
93 W. Centennial Blvd.
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80124
(303) 683 – 5500
Offering: Two Bedroom Suite @$149.00 and One Bedroom Suite @$119.00
Group code: Two Bedroom – LITB and One Bedroom – LITA
Reservation Cut Off Date: September 21, 2016Hilton Garden Inn
1050 Plaza Drive
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80126
(303) 683 – 4100
Offering: Standard King/Double-queen with breakfast @$119.00 * Complimentary shuttle to and from ACC
Group code: LTC
Reservation Cut Off Date: September 23, 2016

Connect with #LeadTheChangeCO in the following ways:

  • Send an email to Little_Details@me.com if you wish to receive #LeadTheChangeCO updates or have any registration questions.
  • Like and Follow Rise Above Colorado on Facebook.
  • Please share #LeadTheChangeCO within your social media platforms.
#LeadTheChangeCO Summit Website
26th Aug2016

Please share this opportunity with youth (12-20 years old) that live in Aurora. It is an hour-long focus group and they get a Fitbit!

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25th Aug2016

Be there for our Youth Transit Community Forum

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09th Aug2016

Register Today! Successes in Adolescent Health: Tools and Techniques to Support Pregnant and Parenting Young People in Breastfeeding

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Successes in Adolescent Health:

Tools and Techniques to Support Pregnant and Parenting Young People in Breastfeeding

 

An education and training event for health care providers, school staff, and others that work with adolescents

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MONDAY, AUGUST 15

9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. CT · Registration 9:00 a.m. CT

Location: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Conference Center,225 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL

To participate IN PERSON in Chicago REGISTER HERE

To participate ONLINE from 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. CT* REGISTER HERE

 

Session Description:

This event will engage providers of pregnant and parenting young people to educate on the barriers faced with breastfeeding, the benefits of breastfeeding that may not be obvious, and to train on effective counseling and interventions, as well as, supportive policies and referral processes in health care settings, schools, and communities that promote breastfeeding. Principles and practices of trauma-informed care will be an underlying theme throughout the day. The event will also provide hands-on training on baby-holding techniques and equipment and supplies for pumping. Other topics related to breastfeeding, such as infant mortality/Safe Sleep, behavioral health issues, and engaging partners and families will also be addressed.

 

*The ONLINE portion of the event will address practices to promote successful breastfeeding interventions with adolescent patients in health care settings. The session will focus on the prenatal, labor and delivery, and postnatal periods and will also feature ways to provide effective referrals to support young parents in breastfeeding. Expert presenters will share how individual providers can support young parents and also describe health care systems elements and protocols that support the provision of the preventive service as well as additional resources to help care providers and those that coordinate the systems they work in to function smoothly, efficiently, and effectively when providing interventions to promote breastfeeding.

 

Intended Audience:

Urban and rural providers that serve pregnant and parenting teens and/or adolescents for health and social services, including, but not limited to:

  • health care systems – hospitals, school-based health centers, school nurse offices, health departments, federally-qualified health centers, behavioral health centers,
  • schools – middle schools, high schools, alternative schools, etc.
  • youth serving agencies
  • community centers
  • community-based and social service organizations
  • foster care
  • juvenile justice programs/systems
  • case management and other enabling services
  • WIC organizations and providers
  • HRSA MCHB/Title V grantee organizations and providers

 

Specific professions include: OBGYNs, Family Practitioners, Pediatricians, Nurses, CHWs, WIC staff, Home Visiting Nurse, Providers, and Case Managers, Lactation Consultants and Peer Mentors, School Administrators, Teachers, School Counselors, and Day Care Providers

 

To participate IN PERSON in Chicago REGISTER HERE

To participate ONLINE from 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. CT* REGISTER HERE

Questions? Please contact Lesley.Craig@hhs.gov. 

 

Hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health – Region V Adolescent Health Network in partnership with Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, EverThrive Illinois, HealthConnect One, Heartland Human Care Services, Inc. | Heartland Alliance, Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health, Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Regional Operations – Region V

04th Aug2016

BLOG: Refugee Inclusivity

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Colorado Youth Matter’s Raising the Bar conference is coming up! We couldn’t be more excited, and we hope you’ll be joining us to celebrate recent advancements in youth sexual health – like the fact that more schools than ever are teaching comprehensive sex ed, and that unintended teen birth rates and abortions are dropping. But despite these reasons to celebrate the advancement of youth sexual health in our state, there are still many challenges ahead.

Read Jessica Higgins’ blog here. 

03rd Aug2016

Understanding the Muslim Community in Colorado

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Tuesday, August 16

 5:30-7:30 PM

Denver Public Library (Central Branch)

10 W 14th Ave Pkwy

Denver, CO 80204

This event aims to create an opportunity for a broader dialogue and greater mutual understanding between Muslims and non-Muslim people in Denver by exposing attendees to a variety of voices from within the community itself, discussing topics such as the diversity and structure of the Muslim community, the political, social, and civic participation of Muslims, and the successes and challenges of living as a minority population in Denver. 

Panel to include: Iman Jodeh, Executive Director for Meet the Middle East; Imam Ali, Director of the North East Denver Islamic Center; Hamideh Etemadnia, Denver Regional Council of Governments; Obeid Kaifo, Syrian American Council Colorado

25th Jul2016

Boulder Art Therapy Collective, in partnership with Colorado Youth Leadership Network, presents Art for Empowering Youth Workshop Monday, Aug. 1, 3-6pm

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A 3-hour art studio workshop for youth and young adults, ages 15-24, who have
experienced system involvement, and who are interested in becoming empowered as
youth leaders in their community. Participants will use art as a way to know themselves
and tell their story in a safe and respectful group environment. Through art making,
participants will explore their authentic life experience and how it shapes who they are
as a growing leader. Art will also be used to declare their strengths that come out of
their story, as a step towards enhancing their leadership style. Participants will interact
with each other through facilitated discussions of their art and the process of making art,
and delve into how it relates to being empowered youth and young adults. Light snacks
and drinks will be provided. Space limited to 10-12 youth. Cost to participants: Free

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YOUR FACILITATOR Chris DeMarco, MA, LPC, ATR, has over 20 years of experience using expressive arts with children, youth and families in various behavioral health, social service, and school based settings. She believes the children and youth who have been part of “the system” are some of the bravest and wisest, and their stories teach the world about resilience.

Photography by Chakriya Chatti Phal

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Boulder Art Therapy Collective is located at 1400 Lee Hill Drive, #7, Boulder, CO 80304. The studio is between Broadway and 28th Street, across from the Mandala Wall Mural. For more, go to WWW.BOULDERARTTHERAPYCOLLECTIVE.COM or call 303-593-0277

19th Jul2016

Interested in earning some extra money on 7/21 or 7/22/16 Call now before slots fill up. PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR NETWORKS !!!!!!!!!!

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12th Jul2016

The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) is currently seeking nominations for the 2016 James J Peters Memorial Award.

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Dear Community Partners,

The Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) is currently seeking nominations for the 2016 James J Peters Memorial Award. The JAC initiated the James J. Peters Memorial Award in 2014 to be given annually to a professional serving young people within Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties. The award is given in memory of former District Attorney, James J. Peters, who was instrumental in the formation of the JAC. The award was created to recognize professionals who work directly with young people for their outstanding contribution. Recipients demonstrate a significant positive impact on young people age ten through seventeen identified as at-risk, in high need, truant or delinquent.

The James J. Peters Memorial Award will be presented at the annual fundraising luncheon on October 5, 2016 at the PACE Center in Parker, CO. Nominations must be submitted through the JAC’s on-line form by Monday August 2, 2016. Separate applications must be completed for each person nominating an individual for the award. Please share with your contacts and inform members of your organization about the award and encourage them to submit a nomination.

Nominations may be submitted: http://goo.gl/forms/XcWGuBXQ8aD6Ept62

Thank you for assisting me in this process. We look forward to receiving your nominations.