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I Have a Dream:

The mission of the "I Have A Dream" program is to empower children from low-income communities to succeed in school, college, and career by providing academic, social, and emotional support from elementary school through college, along with postsecondary tuition assistance.
I Have a Dream helps provide different scholarships and educational programs to low-income children from grade school through college. To learn more about their programs check out their website.

Wild Plum Center:

Wild Plum Center prepares children for a lifetime of learning and self-sufficiency by providing a comprehensive, individualized approach to early learning and family wellness.
They provide a variety of services. Check out their website to see all the services they provide.

TLC Learning Center:

TLC has nurtured and supported the cognitive, physical, and social-emotional development of children for over fifty years. We provide high-quality, accredited infant and toddler care, preschool and pediatric therapy services to accomplish our mission: to provide, in a fiscally responsible manner, comprehensive early childhood education and therapeutic services to assist each child in reaching his or her highest potential. To fulfill our mission, we are a Four Star Qualistar rated (now Colorado Shines) infant, toddler, and preschool program that serves children with typical development, special needs, and from high-risk backgrounds, combined with on and off site therapeutic services that complement our educational curriculum, while being tailored to the needs of each individual child.
There Infant nursery and preschool classrooms serve ages 8 weeks old to 6 years old. Their on-site physical, occupational and speech pediatric therapies are offered to children up to 12 years old.

Casa de la Esperanza:

Casa de la Esperanza is a 32-unit residential community dedicated to helping agricultural workers. The community is owned and operated by the Boulder County Housing Authority in the City of Longmont. This center provides educational and recreational services to Casa residents, including an onsite “after-school” program and academic center. Mission: Casa de la Esperanza’s educational center is a state-of-the-art learning center providing opportunities and resources toward excellence and self-empowerment through collaboration and programming that nurture each individual’s potential.


The Zone After School Program:

Provides No Cost Activities and Classes to youth 6th grade to 12th.

Friends of the Longmont Youth Center:

The Longmont Youth Center, at 1050 Lashley Street, is a fun meeting place for youth. The Center is operated by the City of Longmont's Youth Services Division, and hosts many activities for area youth. It offers counseling services, a lending library, coordination of the community asset initiative, and a variety of recreational opportunities.
Check out their website to see all the programs and services available.

National Helpline: 2-1-1

You are not alone. Every day thousands of people across the U.S. and Canada turn to 2-1-1 for information and support—whether financial, domestic, health or disaster-related. 2-1-1 is a free, confidential referral and information service that connects people from all communities and of all ages to a specialist who will help you find local health and human services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You can call 2-1-1 for assistance with a huge variety of services. Check out their website for more infomration or just call 2-1-1 to find help you are looking for. This number is a source for help for the whole nation.

Education Resources/ Youth Programs
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