Community Parent Resource Center (CPRC)
Our mission is to inform and empower all families particularly low-income, culturally and linguistically diverse families as advocates for their children with disabilities, ages birth – 26 to achieve meaningful participation in their schools and communities.
If English is not your first language, we will provide access to our services in your native language.
The Denver Metro CPRC is now accepting applications for our LEADership Training! LEAD: Leaders Empowering and Developing!
The LEAD Training begins on October 16, 2014 and involves a series of 7 Thursday nights and 1 Friday and Saturday session at the Capitol! This is a great training for family members of children with a disability and self advocates, who are interested in taking their leadership skills to the next level…learn about Disability Systems in Colorado, the Disability Movement, network with others and develop a Community Project!
To learn more about this opportunity or to request an application for LEAD, please contact Lori Parker at 303-365-2772 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Scientific & Cultural Facilities District Free Days Calendar for Co Residents!
SCFD offers Colorado residents free admission to the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Zoo and other family friendly facilities on select days this year. Free days are funded in part by the citizens of the metro area. Click here for more information!
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Provided with your financial support, the Denver Metro CPRC’s programs for children with disabilities will be able to continue and expand our important services for parents of children with disabilities and for programs that teach concerned community members how to help children achieve maximum participation in their schools and communities.