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Partners and Resources


Much of BCDI-Denver's success can be attributed to its new and existing partnerships with companies, organizations, governmental agencies, and other groups. These partnerships play a vital role in extending our Affiliate's capacity and outreach by further supporting our mission “to improve and advance the quality of life for Black children and their families through education and advocacy” and our vision of a society that ensures a successful future for all children, families, and communities. 

Please visit our website at a later date to view our list of partners.



Denver Early Care and Education Map

The Early Care and Education Map is now available to help funders, policymakers, advocates, and early care and education providers better understand where quality, licensed early care and education resources are located relative to where young children live in the city of Denver. Developed by Shift Research Lab, this resource was designed to leverage neighborhood-level data from Denver’s seven-county metro region to help illustrate the existing landscape of early care and education providers. Please visit the Early Care and Education Map website to learn more, and sign up for Shift Research Lab’s newsletter to receive updates on the tool.

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Postpartum Support Colorado

BCDI-Denver is working with Denver Health to address African American maternal health and infant mortality rates. Please visit Postpartum Support Colorado to learn more.

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Too Small to Fail's Fostering Healthy Social & Emotional Development in Young Children: Tips for Early Childhood Teachers and Providers

Too Small to Fail has recently released their Fostering Healthy Social & Emotional Development in Young Children tip sheet for early childhood teachers and providers. When teachers and providers establish positive relationships with children from birth through the early years, children feel safe and secure, laying the foundation for healthy social and emotional development. Please visit Too Small to Fail to download this resource.

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Village of Wisdom

Presenters at NBCDI’s 46th Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida, Village of Wisdom (VOW) empowers parents and caregivers to enhance the resilience of their Black boys, promoting greater academic performance.


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                                                                          Please visit our website at a later date to learn about additional resources.