On Oct. 5, the Colorado Children's Campaign is meeting with the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County to share and learn about how children fared during the first year of
On Oct. 5, the Colorado Children’s Campaign is meeting with the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County to share and learn about how children fared during the first year of the COVID-19 crisis based on our 2021 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report. The data included in the report illustrate the pandemic’s far-reaching effects on Colorado kids, from increased housing instability and hunger to difficulty accessing health care, child care, preschool and K-12 education. The report tracks the well-being of Colorado children statewide and also explores data on maternal mortality, housing instability, and adolescent behavioral health.
While this presentation to the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County is a closed event, we encourage community members to seek out opportunities to become informed at other upcoming KIDS COUNT data presentations. Please check our events and look out for KidsFlash announcements for when we release information on community-wide presentations that may be coming to your county soon.
(Tuesday) 10:00 am
Colorado Children's Campaign 1580 Lincoln St # 420, Denver, CO 80203