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14th Nov2016

Speak Up, Speak Out Youth Advisory Board

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3-300x300APPLICATION DUE: Fill out this short application by December 16, 2016. ​

Advisory board members will work with members of the arts, health and wellness, and advocacy fields to plan and create workshops and to develop a professional social justice advocacy performance event that address and raises awareness of systemic roadblocks to Healthy Eating and Active Living in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. This volunteer board will utilize community interviews, research, acting, art, poetry, and movement to problem solve, explore, and create. Youth on the board will develop career and college readiness skills in leadership, advocacy, and the arts and can utilize their work to fulfill school community service hours and build their resume.

WHO: Young people, 12-20 years from both inside and outside the Lincoln Park neighborhood

WHEN: Every other Saturday starting January 14th 2017 from noon-2pm thr
ough May 2018

WHERE:  La Alma Rec Center (1325 W 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204)

For youth who might have an interest but who want to come meet us first can attend a drop in acting class at La Alma Rec center (1325 W 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204) on Thursdays from 5:30-6:30 pm December 1, 8, or 15th.

Follow the Speak Up, Speak Out Facebook page for updates and to see the board’s progress!

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



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

01st Mar2016

Please join Engage Denver for an informational meeting to connect Non-Profit Organizations and Small Businesses with the DPS Career Connect Program’s summer internships!

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DPS interns will be placed for the summer based on their current career area of focus in school. Non-Profits are often organizations being run with lean resources and a summer intern can make a huge difference in this mutually exclusive beneficial program! These students will be able to assist with websites, financial updates and business administrative functions as well as learn about your great work which will stick with them for a lifetime! Please join us for an informational session to learn more from the DPS team! Engage Denver is committed to helping place as many students from our community back into the community this summer for this amazing opportunity! Please invite your partners and networks!
If you need to reach out to the organizers, I think you can reach them through Facebook – at Engage Denver https://www.facebook.com/Engage8/


14th Sep2015

There’s still time to RSVP!

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It’s not too late to RSVP for Maximizing Success: What Teen Pregnancy Data Means for Colorado. Come enjoy a brief presentation featuring just a few of the many Colorado initiatives going on in the field of youth sexual health. unnamed (5)

We will also share highlights from the newly-released 2015 State of Adolescent Sexual Health (SASH) Report, which will be available for free in an online format. This report contains the most current data and research on youth sexual health in Colorado, and helps inform programs, policies, and funding priorities across the state.

Guest Speakers:

Greta Klingler, Colorado Family Planning Initiative Manager, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Zoa Schescke, Personal Responsibility and Education Program (PREP) Manager, Colorado Department of Human Services 

Andie LyonsMaximizing Success Project Director, Colorado Youth Matter

Light refreshments will be served. 

When: Tuesday September 15th, from 4:30-6, speakers from 5-5:30

Where: Colorado Youth Matter, 1650 Franklin Street, Lower Level, Denver, CO 80218


We look forward to seeing you at the event.

27th May2015

Registration is now OPEN for Street Smart Training of Facilitators. This training is provided FREE of charge for youth-serving professionals interested in providing comprehensive sexual health education in Colorado.  

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What is Street Smart?

Street Smart is an evidence-based, comprehensive sexual health education curriculum developed for youth at high-risk for being in risky situations. The Street Smart curriculum covers a variety of topics such as drugs and alcohol, condom use, HIV/STIs, and includes many skill-building activities designed to help youth practice safer sexual behaviors and reduce substance abuse. Although the curriculum and training will be largely focused on comprehensive sexual health, participants will have many opportunities to practice and improve their own facilitation skills while experiencing the different activities and learning techniques within Street Smart.



June 18, June 19, June 22 and June 23Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday


All dates and times of this training are mandatory. This training is highly interactive and full participation is required per the curriculum requirements. If you would like to attend to training and have a time on any of the four days you absolutely cannot attend, please contact Lauren Arian at Lauren.Arian@denvergov.org or 720.944.3728 as soon as possible.



Denver Department of Human Services – Room 1154

1200 Federal Blvd

Denver, Colorado 80223

Please register ASAP, space is limited. The last day to register will be Tuesday, June 16th before 12pm.

Feel free to forward this to other individuals who may be interested in the training.  We are currently providing this training at no cost, however, we are requesting that all participants consider implementing Street Smart within their organization upon the completion of the TOF.

 Please go to the link below to register.


11th May2015

Youth and Adult Mental Health First aid training available on May 19th! Be there, register today!!

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We need your help to make this another event for the record books! Become trained in Youth or Adult Mental Health First Aid as we aim to set a new record for number of people trained in one day across the state of Colorado. These courses are being provided at NO COST to the participants, thanks to generous state, federal, and public funding awarded to Mental Health First Aid Colorado

Register below for the class you would like to attend.

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Adult Mental Health First Aid

When: May 19th, 8:00 am to 5:30 pm

Where: Arapahoe Community College 5900 S. Santa Fe Dr., Littleton, CO 80120

How can I help: We are looking for excited volunteers to serve as photographers, planning staff, and event support staff. Please email Emily Haller at ehaller@mhfaco.org



08th Apr2015

Help Your Community Get Ready for Disasters

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Global Youth Service Day (April 17-19) is just a couple weeks away, so it’s time to map out your GYSD project.

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Disasters can happen at any time, and we all have to be prepared. You can make sure that your family and community are equipped with the skills and knowledge so that no matter what kind of disaster might come your way, everyone will be ready and stay safe. On GYSD, organize a disaster preparedness project, such as a Get Ready Get Safe Prep Rally using the brand new Prep Rally Youth Service Toolkit from Save the Children. More ideas and resources are below.

You can find everything you need to map out your project plan and to claim your place on the GYSD Map on www.GYSD.org

04th Feb2015

Register for the Juvenile Services Training Institute – 2015 in Portland

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Register now for the 2015 Juvenile Services Training institute being held May 4-6, 2015 in Portland, Oregon.
Full day, intensive workshops choices include:
  • Trauma Responsive Custody
  • Understanding Adolescent Development Through Current Brain Research
  • Behavior Management: Shaping Youth Success through Coaching, Modeling, and Teaching
  • Using Positive Youth Development Strategies to Engage Youth
Monday May 4, 2015 at 7:00 PM PDT
Wednesday May 6, 2015 at 5:00 PM PDT

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Red Lion Hotel on the River
909 North Hayden Island Drive
Portland, OR 97217

Click on the link below to register!

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Please contact Kristen Dahl if you have any questions about the event or how to register.
We look forward to seeing you in Portland!
Kristen Dahl
National Partnership for Juvenile Services


23rd Dec2014

Not one to mark your calendar, well you’re gonna want to, because there are two big events coming up in 2015! #CYM #CREATECouncil

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Mark your calendars for two big events in 2015:


Youth Action Day – March 9, 2015

Each year, Colorado Youth Matter and the CREATE Youth Council convene youth advocates at the State Capitol in Denver to meet with policy makers and discuss the importance of increasing access to comprehensive sex education and sexual health services for all young people. For youth – adult allies welcome. Registration will open in early 2015 – stay tuned!

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National Sexual Health Conference – July 1314, 2015

Colorado Youth Matter is a proud sponsor of the National Sexual Health Conference 2015 in Keystone, Colorado next summer. Topics will address sexual health across the lifespan, including issues that are relevant to youth. Registration coming soon; the Call for Abstracts is open until January 31, 2015.

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24th Mar2014

Mental Health First Aid Colorado, Let’s break the record together!

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I am pleased to announce the Mental Health First Aid Colorado has a limited number of slots to attend a record setting event. We are hoping to train 200 youth development professionals in Youth Mental Health First Aid (a Guinness record!) Thanks to funding from the State, we are able to offer the training at no cost.


You want to help. Learn how!Join us for an amazing opportunity to make a difference in the lives of your family, friends, colleagues and communities. Mental Health First Aid is a ground-breaking training that teaches you the knowledge, skills and actions to help the people in our lives who may be experiencing a mental health problem. Be a part of history as we attempt to break the world record for most people certified in Mental Health First Aid in one day!


We will be offering Mental Health First Aid and Youth Mental Health First Aid certification courses at no-charge to participants, thanks to the generous contributions of our supporters.


We also invite you to attend our breakfast event celebrating May as Mental Health Month and lunch event honoring Children’s Mental Health Awareness day.


Wednesday, May 14, 2014

8:00am – 5:00pm

Arapahoe Community College

590 S. Santa Fe Drive

Littleton, CO 80120

Mental health effects everyone.

  • ·      Parents
  • ·      Student leaders (16+)
  • ·      Teachers & school staff
  • ·      Coaches
  • ·      Health professionals
  • ·      Law enforcement & all first responders
  • ·      Communities of faith
  • ·      Elected officials
  • ·      Business & Community leaders
  • ·      Anyone interested in promoting & improving mental health.