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Pregnancy Loss

  • Angel Eyes – Helps Colorado families cope with pregnancy, infant & toddler loss, while raising awareness and supporting research.Denver Share – Support group for pregnancy & infant loss.

Pregnancy Testing & Services

  • Planned Parenthood – Provides testing, pregnancy planning services, prenatal services and more for those with or without health insurance.


Baby Wearing

  • Mile High Babywearing – 100% ran by volunteers, this non-profit helps mamas learn the ins and outs of baby wearing.


  • Angel Eyes – Helps Colorado families cope with pregnancy, infant & toddler loss, while raising awareness and supporting research.

Breastfeeding Support

  • Advanced Breastfeeding in Colorado – A breastfeeding friendly recognition program to support breast/chest feeding families through worksites, childcares and medical offices. Visit the Advancing Breastfeeding in Colorado website to learn more and find lactation support resources specific to the county you live in.
  • Colorado Breastfeeding Coalition – A volunteer organization comprised of physicians, nurses, public health officials, dietitians, lactation consultants, counselors, and members of the business community who have led the way for Colorado children to be breastfeeding at the highest rates in the nation.
  • Le Leche League – An international association that helps mothers to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement and education.

Cesarean/VBAC Support


Financial Assistance

Infant Eye Health

  • InfantSEE – No coast eye assessments for infants 6 – 12 months.


People of Color

Postpartum Depression

  • Postpartum Support International (PSI) – An international organization that provides education and support around postpartum depression & psychosis. They offer online support groups for not only postpartum, but also for Apoyo Perinatal (spanish speaking), Queer parents, birth moms, South-Asian moms, Black Mamas Matter, Dads, pregnancy, NICU, Military and pregnancy loss.
  • The Blue Dot Project – Raising awareness about Maternal Mental Health (MMH) disorders, this organization shares information and resources relating to postpartum anxiety and depression.

Special Needs: Developmental & Physical Disabilities

  • Autism Speaks – Promotes solutions for parents of children with Autism.
  • Parent to Parent USA – Connects parents of special needs children to free, accessible, emotional support.
  • Federation for Children with Special Needs – Provides support, education, training and workshops to parents of children with special needs.
  • Ability Connection Colorado – Facilitates individual development for children through family support and a nurturing environment; promoting social-emotional, cognitive, communicative and physical development.
  • Chanda Center for Health – Delivers integrative care, primary care and other complementary services to improve health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs to individuals with physical disabilities.
  • Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition – Advocates for social justice for people (including children) with all types of disabilities.
  • Division for Developmental Disabilities (DDD) – Medicaid programs for individuals (including children) with a physical or developmental disability.
  • Early Intervention Colorado – Provides support and services to families with developmentally delayed or special needs children (birth – 3 years).
  • JFK Partners – A program of the Department of Pediatrics of the University of Colorado of Medicine, JFK conducts evidence-based interdisciplinary clinical care, education, research and community partnerships to enrich the lives of children, youth, and adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and special health care needs.
  • National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) – Strives to advance the health and well-being of infants, children and adults with birth defects.
  • PEAK Parent Center – Helps parents of children with disabilities learn how to become lifelong advocates for inclusion in school and the community.

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