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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Education, Preschools

Mission: To offer a quality, early childhood education to typical, accelerated, and developmentally delayed children in the metro Denver area.

Geographic areas served: North Denver, Thornton, Federal Heights, Westminster, Adams County,

Programs: Children's outreach project provided early childhood education with a therapeutic approach to a total of 134 students in the 2013-2014 year, and 100% of them received some type of tuition subsidy. Eighteen of those students received assistance through the child care assistance subsidy. 76% of the students served during this year were considered low income. With highly skilled staff, lower than required teacher-student ratios, evidence based curriculum, and a passion for student success - c. O. P. Is a vital part of the community we serve.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

My family will forever be grateful to Children's Outreach Project for what they did for our boys. Both our children had social and educational delays. By the time they entered Kindergarten both my children have tested well above their peers. The part time speech and occupational services as well as their highly educated staff created an educational environment that allowed them to flourish and grow. Children's Outreach Project programming is second to none and I believe it is a preschool model that should be a standard for Early Childhood Education.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

My son, Tyler, attended Children's Outreach Project from 2005 through 2008. On the surface, he seemed like your typical little boy - fairly smart and sociable, and full of energy - but it quickly became obvious that he needed a little extra push. Ms. Alyssa was his first teacher in the Toddler room. My wife still has a cute Mother's Day project he made in that class, with his picture in the middle of a paper plate with a sentimental poem and lowers and ribbon around the edge. He progressed through the grade levels and by the time he reach Ms. Keitha's preschool class he was starting to exhibit some behavioral issues. His acting up in class, not listening to his teachers and getting violent with other students got progressively worse. It got to the point where the Program Director at the time, Ms. Penny said either I get him some help or he would no longer be welcome in the school. They put us in touch with Community Reach, where, through an early childhood grant, he received therapy, got a diagnosis of ADHD and Sensory Input Disorder and was prescribed medication. The counseling was free and the medication was very inexpensive, and the difference was immeasurable. Between the assistance from Community Reach, the dedicated work of the school's Occupational Therapist at the time, Ms. Lynn, and amazing patience from his teachers, Tyler successfully completed his time at Children's Outreach Project and was fully prepared for first grade in the public school system. By the time he finished Kindergarten in Ms. Barb and Ms. Ashley's class, he was reading books on his own and writing words by sounding them out on his own. Today, Tyler is in fifth grade and still doing very well. He's reading at an eighth grade level and doing better in math than I ever did. We're still monitoring and adjusting his medications, and he isn't always focused on his work as he should be, but I believe the start he got at C.O.P. made a world of difference and got him where he is today. Thank you C.O.P.!

Iesia K.

Client Served

Rating: 5

My sons have both attended Children's Outreach Project and though their needs were vastly different they were consistently and loving met on their own level and taught the skills they'll each need for successful futures; not only academically but life long successes that are bred from confidence in ones self and compassion for others. I couldn't recommend this organization more.