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Children and Youth Resources Division

Family Success, Children and Youth Resources Division




Strengthening Families

Families are assisted in accessing various resources available in the community. Services help families assess needs while strengthening family bonds. Potential family issues might include, but are not limited to, legal issues, school issues, economic concerns, and parent/child conflict. Bilingual (English/Spanish) services provided.


Do you need help with your child?

The Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth, 10-13 years, is a nationally recognized, science based, best practices program that assists in learning techniques to deal with day to day issues that come up within the family structure. Parent will learn skills on how to support their pre-teen and teens, and youth will learn important refusal skills.

From Parents...

"We saw that other parents have the same issues as us with subling rivalry, stress, chores, time management, etc.
We strongly encourage families to attend."

"The program provided helpful suggestions on discipline and making rules that work."


From Youth...

"I didn't realize how much my mom cared about me"

"I learned what to say if someone is trying to get you in trouble"

This is a program that is offered at no cost to families.

We will provide dinner and child care for FREE

For more information or to register:

Pattie Moreno-Coordinator 303-774-3754

Young Mom’s Support Group at the Longmont Youth Center


young moms group

Being a young mom can be a real challenge; that is why Children and Youth Resources at the Youth Center offers 8-10 week sessions for young moms on becoming self sufficient, how to deal effectively with baby issues, relationships, becoming a better parent, and overall life skill improvement.

Each week that you attend, you will walk away from the session learning how you can overcome certain challenges and ideas on how to reach your goals for a content life. You will also have the opportunity to meet other young moms and learn techniques that have worked in certain situations.

Classes are every Thursday from 5:30-7:30 pm at 1050 Lashley Street, Longmont, CO 80504, if you still would like to join please call Pattie Moreno at 303.774.3754 or e-mail her at to learn more about these classes or to register.


St. Vrain Parent Involvement Calendar

• Childcare & Dinner provided
• Teacher led homework help offered for every session

Location: Timberline PK-8, 233 E. Mountain View Ave., Longmont CO 80504


SEPTEMBRE 11-Why- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)?
• School Resources
• Timberline & Tour
• STEM for life (Pre k-Career)

SEPTEMBER 25-Attendance First!
• Getting to school ready to learn
• Setting positive habits early
• Why attendance is critical

OCTOBER 9-Healthy Kids, Healthy Family, Healthy Schools
• Stay healthy stay in school
• Health care eligibility and enrollment
• Vaccinations, why, when & where?

OCTOBER 23-Above the Influence
• The facts about drugs
• Parental Influence
• Prevention Strategies

NOVEMBER 13-Tamales and talk with Community Leaders
• Building Bridges, strengthening community
• Asking the tough questions
• Parental Involvement at all levels

DECEMBER 11-Nurturing Parenting
• Age appropriate expectations
• Having fun as parent
• Family communication

For More Information call: Olga Bermudez 303-774-3760 or email at olga.bermudez@ci.longmont.