Star Girlz Empowerment Inc.
Is a trauma focused intervention program created for female youth ages 10-18. Their mission is to mentor , empower, and transform the lives of female youth through personal development, workshops, mental health services, entrepreneurship, transitional housing, and educational training to create youth employment and promote healthier lifestyle choices. Star Girlz Empowerment has two locations for female youth. One in Denver at Z Place Suite # 5-149 and One in Aurora at Heavy Hands/Heavy Heart (2360 Dayton St. Aurora, CO 80010). For More Information Contact Executive Director Shalonda Haggerty at 720-541-6521. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.stargirlzempowerment.org
Empowerment Counseling & Consulting Center
Far northeast Denver, Green Valley Ranch and Montbello families, Are you looking for a counseling agency close to you? We are now accepting new clients. We provide counseling services for:
Contact MA MFTC Shalonda Haggerty at 720-541-6525 to see how we can best meet your needs or stop by our office location at Z Place, Suite # 5-149 . Thanks
The only bank in the world designed specifically for youth 21 and under, Young Americans bank helps empower the community with financial literacy training. Young customers can:
Hold savings and checking accounts
Apply for debit and credit cards
Research loan opportunities
For More Information About Our Location At Green Valley Ranch Contact us at 303-320-3203.
Denver Public Schools (DPS) offers a wide variety of schools to our families with a number of different areas of focus, including the arts, international studies, science and technology, accelerated learning, and language immersion. The Enrollment Center at Z Place offers support and information to families with children of all ages regarding school choices, providing access to better-performing schools and a wider variety of programs so that all students will have the opportunity to succeed.
Learn about DPS resources and programs
Understand rating and ranking systems
Research DPS Schools
Visit schools that interest you
To Reach The DPS Choice And Enrollment Office Call 720-423-7627
At Sewall, children of all abilities and learning styles come together to learn and grow. Sewall offers inclusive programs that serve children with and without special needs in integrated and inclusive environments. For all children, the individual attention and individual learning programs provide one of the best possible learning environments for all children to develop socially, emotionally, and academically. With a 70-year reputation as a high-quality provider of early childhood education, their programs are fully licensed and highly rated by a number of local and national agencies.
Inclusive preschool program
Early childhood education starting at 2 to 2.5 years of age
To Reach The Sewall Child Development Center Office Call 720-541-6539 ext. 679.
Sistahpreneurs is a nonprofit business accelerator providing affordable options for coaching, training and services to help Black women grow, succeed and play big in business. Sistahpreneurs offers:
Affordable Business Coaching
Sales and Business Techniques
For More Information About Sistahpreneurs Contact Executive Director Makisha Boothe at 720-541-6542 or visit there office location at Z Place Suite 5- 156.
You can also email Sistahpreneurs at Makisha@sistahbiz or check out their website at www.sistah.biz
Child Find is part of Colorado's system for identifying children suspected of having a delay in development. If a young child is not meeting typical developmental milestones, or someone is concerned about the child’s growth or learning, child find teams will evaluate how the child plays, learns, speaks, behaves and moves. The purpose of the evaluation is to determine if there is a significant delay or if there is a need for early intervention or special education services. For More Information About Child Find, Contact 720-541-6530.
FaithBridge is a Colorado non- profit that is committed to engaging and empowering the faith community to ensure access to high-quality, safe, life-giving schools within our community prepare all children to develop and grow well. If your Faith community would like to connect with us, please call FaithBridge at 720-541-6532 or email Dom Barrera (Organizing Director) at Dom@faithbridgeco.org
Youth Violence Prevention Center
YVPC-Denver is currently working in two Denver neighborhoods, Montbello and Northeast Park Hill. While both communities have rates of youth violence significantly greater than the national average, they also have a strong history of and commitment to organizing to address community concerns. The Youth Violence Prevention Center - Denver (YVPC-D) brings together researchers, community representatives, practitioners and policymakers to reduce youth violence in high-burden communities in Denver, CO. Each community has identify strategies that they would like to implement to reduce youth violence and address low neighborhood attachment. Those strategies are a media campaign, mini grants, a listening campaign and social emotional learning across the community.
For more information about YVPC- Denver, Steps To Success Montbello, Park Hill Strong and how these implementation strategies are working in these communities contact Angelia Baker (Strategy Implementation Coordinator) at 720-541-6531 or email: Angelia.Baker@Colorado.edu