Established in 1993 by the 59th General Assembly of the state of Colorado through Senate Bill 131. FRCP currently receives Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) from the Administration for Children and Families. CBCAP work is guided by Current Family Centers Statute, Legislative Declaration 26-18-101. The majority of CBCAP federal funds received by FRCP are passed through in one-year grant cycles to family resource centers (defined by statute) to aid in child abuse prevention efforts with primary focus on evidence based parent education and programming.
The Family Resource Center Program (FRCP) is dedicated to creating stronger Colorado families by providing support to vulnerable families through statewide family resource centers. FRCP uses training, technical assistance and grants to establish and maintain family resource centers across Colorado.
Services funded by Federal CBCAP grants in Colorado currently focus on providing evidence based parenting education programs offered through statewide Family Resource Centers. The parenting classes currently funded include; Active Parenting, Incredible Years, Nurturing Parenting Programs, Parents As Teachers, and ProDads.
Current Grantees for Fiscal Year 2014-2015:
Arapahoe County Early Childhood Center
Aurora Community Connectios
Denver Indian Family Resource Center
Developmental Opportunities- Starpoint Family Resource Center
El Paso County
Family and Intercultural Resource Center
Jefferson Center for Mental Health
La Familia Family Resource Center
La Llave Family Resource Center
La Plata Family Resource Center
Lowry Family Center
Lutheran Family Services
Mile High Montessori
Morgan County Family Resource Center
Mountain Family Centers
Mountain Resource Centers
Prairie Family Center
Regional Home Visitation
Roaring Fork Family Resource Center
Steamboat Springs Dicovery Learning Center
Tri-County Family Care Center
Approximate Amount Distributed to this Fiscal Year 2014-2015 for Parenting Education Programs: $420,000
*additional CCTF funds are utilized in 2014-2015 to further knowledge of child maltreatment prevention field and to cover administrative costs
News and Updates:
In January 2015, OEC’s Child Maltreatment Prevention Unit will release multiple funding solicitations (including CCTF funding) for State Fiscal Year 2016. The State of Colorado began transitioning to a new financial management system called the Colorado Operations Resource Engine (CORE). Because of this transition, all entities interested in receiving notices of funding opportunities and/or responding to solicitations must register with the Colorado Vendor Self Service (ColoradoVSS) system here. Entities previously registered in the ColoradoBIDS system need to “activate” their accounts in ColoradoVSS as demonstrated in the ColoradoVSS VendorRegistration Quick Start Guide.
For more information contact:
Child Maltreatment Prevention Director