LPYS works with diverse, in-need youth and families in La Plata County. We provide services to youth, families, victims of juvenile crime, law enforcement agencies, the courts, school districts, and the community.
The Mission of the Early Childhood Council of La Plata County is to establish community wide partnerships to create a high quality comprehensive early childhood system that connects Early Learning & Development, Health & Well-being, and Family Support & Education at the state and local levels to achieve our Vision: All children are valued, healthy and thriving.
Durango Adult Education Center is a caring learning community. Its mission is to fill educational gaps by providing the skills and knowledge necessary for livable wage careers, post-secondary education and social and economic mobility. 970-385-4354 http://durangoadulted.org email@example.com Our History…
Providing early education and child care to children in Dolores County (970) 677-2850 firstname.lastname@example.org Our Staff: Brandi Curtis-Director Michelle Kline-Preschool Teacher Mary Kline-Infant and Toddler Teacher Ivy Smith-Teacher’s Assistant Curriculum: Teaching Strategies Gold-An observation program that helps document each…
The Boys & Girls Club of La Plata County provides a safe, structured environment with fun programs and activities designed to boost academic performance, reduce risky behaviors, and promote a healthy lifestyle.
The Club’s Formula for Impact is a youth development roadmap for programs and activities children and teens experience as engaging and impactful.
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides one-to-one mentors for children facing adversity in their personal, social, and academic lives. Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever!
The Arc of Southwest Colorado The Arc of Southwest Colorado, a chapter of the Arc of the U.S. and the 11th out of 14 chapters in the state of Colorado was incorporated in November 2014. The Arc of Southwest Colorado provides advocacy services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan, Dolores and Archuleta counties in Southwest Colorado.
Compañeros is a grassroots organization dedicated to empowering the immigrant population of the rural Four Corners region to live fulfilling lives, achieve self-sufficiency, and become active members of society.