Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health

The Colorado Association for Infant Mental Heath (CoAIMH) is a volunteer organization that strives to promote education and research related to infant mental health and facilitates networking and cooperation among those concerned with the optimal development of infants and infant-caregiver relationships. CoAIMH also works to advocate for scientifically-based programs of care, intervention, and prevention of mental impairment in infancy and support local and state policies that promote family and infant mental health.

Georgetown Center for Child and Human Development

The Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD) was established over four decades ago to improve the quality of life for all children and youth, especially those with, or at risk for, special needs and their families.Located in the nation's capital, this exceptional center both directly serves vulnerable children and their families, as well as influences local, state, national and international programs and policy.

Partnership for Children and Families

The Partnership for Families & Children is a trusted collaborator working with funders, government agencies and other nonprofits committed to improving the lives of vulnerable children and their families.  Our passion and dedication, combined with our ability to connect resources, enhances our partner’s ability to affect change and achieve greater social impact.


With support from The Colorado Trust, the WONDERbabies Partnership for Health exists to coordinate, link, plan, design and implement a new set of collaborative methods of care for young children with special health care needs and their families. Acting as an agent and participant in systems change, the WONDERbabies Partnership for Health Initiative hopes to improve the communication and coordination of systems and services for young children with special health care needs and their families.

Zero to Three

The ZERO TO THREE Web site offers information for those interested in the healthy development of young children, birth to three. The site includes information on brain development, learning during everyday routines, the developmental assessment process, parenting tips, professional journal articles, policy briefs, as well as easy-to-use A-Z topic listings, a search engine, and a growing list of Spanish materials. The site also includes an Infant Mental Health Resource Center that describes what infant mental health (IMH) is and provides a list of resources and training programs related to IMH.

The Colorado Office of Early Childhood (OEC) provides collaborative leadership to align resources for children, families, and early childhood professionals to best prepare Coloradoans for future success, through access to coordinated and quality early childhood programs and family supports.


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