Contacting Casey Family Programs Contact information for Casey Field Offices and contacts for specific projects and groups at Casey. Casey family programs. Casey family programs has field offices in Arizona, California, colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Info@casey.org if you have a general question for us, http://www.casey.org/contact.htm
Extractions: Advanced Search About Casey About Casey Contact Casey Employment Opportunities Resources Casey National Center for Resource Family Support (CNC) Casey Life Skills Foster Care Alumni FosterCareInfo ... What Works? For information on referring a child to Casey, becoming a Casey foster parent, or local press contacts, see below for the Casey field office nearest you For information about Research, Ansell-Casey Life-Skills Assessment Online, or Key measurable results please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information on the Foster Family Assessment Project or to inquire how your agency can participate in the Casey Foster Application Inventory pilot test, please contact: email@example.com For information about Casey Family Programs National Center for Resource Family Support (CNC) see the CNC web site or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org For questions about employment please contact: email@example.com
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Early Childhood Initiatives Program was established by the colorado general Assembly in overall readiness dueto significant family factors s participation in PreK programs and 1,000 http://www.cde.state.co.us/earlychildhoodconnections/early.htm
Extractions: Colorado Department of Education You will need Adobe's Acrobat Reader to view PDF documents above. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, click here to download your free copy. The State Department of Human Services, which administers the federal Child Care and Development Block Grant, contracts with the Department of Education to subgrant early childhood care and education programs for infants and preschool age children. More than 20,000 children have been and are being served in 180 sites. Children are eligible on the basis of family income. Contact: Sharon Triolo-Moloney, 303/866-6781. E-mail: Triolo-Moloney_S@cde.state.co.us Return to Top of Page Contact: Lori Goodwin Bowers, 303/866-6783. E-mail: Bowers_L@cde.state.co.us Click here for the CPP Handbook and previous expansion application
Southern Colorado Family Med AAFP Directory of family Practice Residency programs. Southern colorado family Medicine. Pueblo , CO 81004 (in Hospital) Three months. general Surgery (in Hospital) Two months http://www.aafp.org/residencies/051085001.html
North Colorado Family Medicine AAFP Directory of family Practice Residency programs. North colorado family Medicine. Greeley , CO 80634 Six months or more. general Surgery (in Hospital) Two months http://www.aafp.org/residencies/050570001.html
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Extractions: Denver Association of Family Child Care is an organization that works with parents, child care providers, businesses and community organizations to help promote the availability of quality child care services in the area. We provide parents with child care referrals and information on evaluating quality child care. We offer child care providers access to valuable training and support services for new or established programs. To assist providers in gaining the knowledge needed to have a successful child care business. We have been an Association since 1972. Our members include veteran providers as well as new providers. We also belong to the Colorado Association of Family Child Care and are active participants with Educare and the Our current President has been doing child care for over 30 years. She is currently attending college to finish her degree with the assistance of Educare You can email us for referral requests. Please include the zip code for the area of Denver you are looking for care. We do not give referrals for other counties only Denver county.
Schedule Of Grants - 1998 Lakewood, colorado. family Literacy programs $ 10,000. Air Force Museum Foundation,Inc. WrightPatterson AFB, Ohio. general Operating Support 25,000. http://www.ketteringfamilyfoundation.org/schedule_of_grants_-_1998.htm
Northern Colorado - General Information Students graduating from degree programs are welcome concerning alleged failures byColorado State University family Policy Compliance Office US Department of http://www.learn.colostate.edu/ncolorado/generalinfo.htm
Extractions: Email General Information If you plan on earning your degree through Colorado State University, information about undergraduate studies is found in the Academic Program Guide and graduate information is available in the Graduate and Professional Bulletin Table of Contents Information about advising, admissions, textbooks, financial aid and more can be found under our Student Services section. Address Changes All address changes for mailing and shipping addresses should be submitted to our Enrollment Services by email, phone, mail or FAX. Please include changes in home and work telephone numbers and email addresses. You may not use the University RAMweb system to change your address with Educational Outreach.
Colorado Attorney General - News Release 02/18/03 a diversity of geographic, academic, family and subject These are interests vitalto colorado and to of Michigans admissions programs are unconstitutional http://www.ago.state.co.us/PRESREL/presrl2003/prsrl25.htm
Extractions: Michigan Admissions Programs Colorado filed a friend of the court brief in support of the University of Michigan along with the following states: Arizona; California; Connecticut; Illinois; Iowa; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Minnesota; Montana; New Mexico; New York; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Oregon; Rhode Island; Vermont; Washington; West Virginia; Wisconsin. New Jersey will file its own brief. Regents of the University of California v. Bakke The Michigan admission programs focus intensively on the individual merits of each applicant to the school, and emphasize how each individual might contribute in the classroom and to campus life. Ethnicity is one factor considered in this examination of the applicant. It is weighed to build a student body that reflects a diversity of race and ethnicity, in the same way factors are weighed to build a diversity of geographic, academic, family and subject matter interests, among other concerns. The states tell the Supreme Court that a diverse student body in public universities is a compelling government interest. Just as geographic diversity exposes students to the range of experiences associated with growing up in different places, exposure to an ethnically diverse student body exposes students to the range of experiences and ideas attendant to living as an ethnic minority in this country. As significantly, this diversity also teaches students the important lesson that a very broad range of ideas exist within any single group of individuals.
Biography Of Attorney General Ken Salazar colorado to reduce youth and family violence, combat the elderly, and protect colorado'senvironment. and youth violence prevention programs throughout colorado http://www.ago.state.co.us/Bioag.htm
Extractions: Department of Law As Attorney General, he is the Chairman of the Peace Officers Standards and Training Board. He is the Chairman of the Conference of Western Attorneys General. He chairs the Environment Committee and is a member of the Criminal Law Committee of the National Association of Attorneys General. Attorney General Salazar received his political science degree from Colorado College, and his law degree from the University of Michigan School of Law. He has received honorary doctorate of law degrees from Colorado College and the University of Denver and a distinguished alumni award from the University of Michigan Law School.
Links general comment Your best bet for finding agency for Court Appointed Special Advocatesin colorado. Casey family programs National Center for Resource family http://www.csfpa.org/links.htm
Extractions: CSFPA - Colorado State Foster Parent Association General comment: Your best bet for finding resources on the web is to do a search using Yahoo! Google , or other search sites. Below are a few of our favorites. Foster Parent Associations NFPA National Foster Parent Association BCFPA Boulder County Foster Parent Association LCFPA Larimer County Foster Parent Association Colorado Coalition of Adoptive Families State-wide organization supporting adoptive families in Colorado. Change a Life Forever If you are considering becoming a foster or adoptive parent in Colorado, this site has all the answers! Colorado CASA Colorado CASA is the statewide coordinating agency for Court Appointed Special Advocates in Colorado. PEAK Parent Center Information, resources, and training for parents of children with disabilities. The Foster Parent Community One of the most comprehensive foster parent web sites! Casey Family Programs National Center for Resource Family Support Provides an array of services for children and youth, with foster care as its core. Casey services include adoption, guardianship, kinship care and family reunification. The National Foster Care Coalition Dedicated to raising public awareness, coordinating advocacy efforts and building diverse alliances that strengthen foster care and community supports to ensure children, youth and families reach their full potential.
Extractions: October 31, 2000 A bi-weekly notes column penned by David Plati, who is in his 17th year as Colorado's Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. Ah, Halloween. It came early for Mets fans (you just know I had top rub that in a bit). And even some of us most devout Yankee fans can't stand John Sterling's ending game call (Thhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeee Yankees win! Bring back Rizzuto, Messer and White!)... TRIVIA QUESTIONS... CU Who was the last player to throw and catch a touchdown pass in the same game prior to Craig Ochs doing it in CU's 37-21 win over Oklahoma State last Saturday (Hint: it's a trick question). Godfather What was the name of the ship that young Vito Corleone traveled to America on in Godfather Part II, and where is the name of the ship common today? THIS WEEK'S NUMBER, PART I... REBUFFAL AVOIDED... VALKYRIES CONNECTIONS... Those of you who scoured the sports sections last week may have noticed Dani King scoring three touchdowns in the Colorado Valkyries home opening 58-0 win over Oklahoma. (The Valkyries are Colorado's entry in the Women's Professional Football League.) Dani is the younger sister of Sherrice King, a four-year letterwinner in women's basketball at Colorado who is currently an academic coordinator in the athletic department. And the head coach, Don Cavarra, is the father of former golfer Nicole Cavarra, who graduated last spring with one of the top grade point averages in school history, earning a host of academic accomplishments in her college career.
Extractions: February 26, 2001 A bi-weekly notes column penned by David Plati, who is in his 17th year as Colorado's Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations. TRIVIA QUESTIONS... CU The CU men's golf team opened its spring season this weekend in Puerto Rico, and was in position for a top five finish after 36 holes of play. When was the last time the CU men finished it the top five in its first spring appearance? Godfather In Godfather II, who is kissing Michael's hand in the first scene? THE SPORTING NEWS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT RANKINGS... I had a good conversation with Steve Gietschier about his recent survey in The Sporting News regarding athletic department rankings. Colorado ranked 80th, and it caused a little uproar, so I thought I'd get some background information and see just how the Buffs arrived at such a number. "Information was gathered from a number of sources, but wins and losses were easy," said Gietschier, the magazine's senior managing editor for research. "We used the NCAA graduation reports, Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) reports the schools file with the NCAA, attendance lists, novelty sales, budgets, Sears Cup Standings, everything we could get access to." They didn't utilize local reporters much, if at all, in compiling the survey, so personalities played absolutely no role in the outcome. 4. Do We Play Fair (Colorado: B+). Colorado did benefit here for its graduation rate of its other student-athletes and Title IX compliance standing, referred to as gender equity score. Teams were penalized for being on NCAA probation or for dropping a sport, and others were rewarded for adding teams. CU had four-year graduation rates in excess of 62 percent for all but one of the programs separated out by the NCAA numbers, and is in Title IX compliance as certified by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Schools like LSU, Louisville and New Mexico received F's, so either the combination of the above did them in, or perhaps New Mexico fans were lobbing snowballs at a cross country meet last fall. Teams didn't seem overly penalized for being on NCAA probation, though; Purdue was slapped in men's basketball and it finished fifth overall.
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Extractions: Please be sure to visit the libraries on the main page of each of our Chronic Illnesses sites. These libraries have links to high quality sites that provide information specific to the chronic illness. Here are sites to Research your illness in greater depth including doing searches in the National Library of Medicine's databases, and medical journals. Conduct a free search through the National Library of Medicine's Medline database. You will have a choice of Web search interfaces from simple keywords to advanced Boolean expressions and linkages to publishers' sites for full-text journals. The Medline Plus site is also available in Spanish. Click on Espanol at the top right of the site. National Library of Medicine's Gateway This search system uses one interface to search across multiple NLM resources including Medline, old Medline, MedlinePlus, AIDS meetings, HSRProj and more. CAM on PubMed This database will help you locate citations related to complementary and alternative medicine.
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Co years, colorado's general assembly has allocated more than $19 million in new fundsfor early intervention programs focusing on improving child health, family http://www.carnegie.org/startingpoints/co.htm
Extractions: Colorado Project Description: Under the leadership of Governor Roy Romer and First Lady Bea Romer, Colorado has undertaken a number of important initiatives to implement the Starting Points recommendations. Over the past two years, Colorado's general assembly has allocated more than $19 million in new funds for early intervention programs focusing on improving child health, family support, and child care programs. First Impressions, a statewide early childhood initiative, is providing technical assistance and support to help communities create programs and services for young children and families, pooling existing funds to meet their needs better, and building leadership capacity among parents and early childhood advocates. A grassroots organization, the Colorado Children's Campaign, has provided strong leadership in conceiving the new programs and in supporting their implementation. One key component of the initiative is "Warm Welcome," a program that will create a spirit of celebration and support around each child's birth. The program will use trained neighborhood volunteers to visit the home of every newborn in the community to welcome the baby, give parents information about child health and development, safety, and nutrition, and link families with community resources, such as high-quality child care, parenting education classes, health care, and employment opportunities. A "Giving Your Child a Bright Beginning" parenting booklet summarizing effective parenting practices during the first three years will be distributed to every new parent visited in the program. Follow-up home visits and telephone contact will be offered to families with the greatest needs.
Facilities | Recreation Center student at the University of colorado at Boulder students may acquire a family membershipat general INFORMATION FACILITIES programs VIRTUAL TOUR CONTACT http://www.colorado.edu/sacs/rec-center/gen-info/memberinfo.html
Extractions: For more information: 303-492-6880 As faculty/staff, alumni, student affiliate, or university affiliates you may join one of the largest student recreation centers in the country. Memberships go on sale Monday, Dec. 23rd, 2002. Listed below are the prices and expiration dates of the memberships offered for the fall semester. Affiliation with the university entitles you to a Student Recreation Center membership for a reasonable fee. Memberships are sold on a per semester basis. Half price memberships are offered half way through the current semester. Come to the Recreation Center cashier's desk or call 303-492-6880 for more information.
Facilities | Recreation Center family Swim, (All hours) same as pool general INFORMATION FACILITIES programs VIRTUAL TOUR CONTACT Recreation Services, University of colorado at Boulder http://www.colorado.edu/sacs/rec-center/gen-info/bldnghrs.html
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Extractions: Colorado USA E-mail us Here is some general information that may be useful for our troop families: Here is the beginning of a photo library of troop activities. And if you take photos of any troop activities, please send an electronic copy to the Scoutmaster, or lend him the prints so he can scan them and put some on our activities photo page. BSA Supply Catalog