Community Support & Resources- Friends of The Youth Clinic

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Support for Community Events, Resources to Participate in Local Programs & Research Opportunities

At The Youth Clinic, we are dedicated to supporting community events and providing you with comprehensive access to all local programs that can benefit you and your family’s overall health and well-being. Through every age and stage of your family, our local partners continue to provide amazing opportunities, research studies, and programs for you and your family to participate in. Keep an eye on this page for more information about upcoming community events, studies, programs, and more, your family can get involved in, now or in the future!

Summer Reading Programs

Let Imagination Soar, Read More!

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The Youth Clinic/Pediatric Urgent Care of Northern Colorado are a proud sponsor of multiple reading programs across Northern Colorado this summer. Each provides a fun way for kids of all ages to track their summer reading and earn prizes, as well as participate in additional summer fun activities.

Dive into a book to dance away from screens and unlock a treasure trove of perks: ignite your creativity, boost your word wizardry, level up your brainpower, ace your studies, tune up your empathy, and dial up your emotional IQ!

Join us in supporting these exceptional programs and help your child develop a lifelong love for reading.

🔹 Loveland Summer Reading Program
🔹 Glen A. Jones M.D. Memorial Library Summer Reading Program
🔹 Poudre Library District Summer Reading Program – Monday Outdoor Series:
🔹United Way of Larimer County- Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Let’s make this summer a time of exploration, growth, and endless possibilities through the magic of books!

Join Us for a Good Cause: A Bowl-a-Thon to Support the International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association

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The Youth Clinic has been a proud sponsor of the International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association’s Bowl-A-Thon and silent auction fundraiser for several years, and we are excited to announce our participation once again this year! Don’t miss out on a fun night of bowling, shopping, and most importantly, supporting this worthy cause.

Please click on the flyer to view more events details and how to register.

Are You Worried About Your
Child’s Mood & Health?

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Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado want to learn about preventing depression and type 2 diabetes in teenage girls. Eligible teens will participate in a virtual group program through Children’s Hospital Colorado.

To be eligible teen must be: 

  • Girls ages 12-17
  • Have family members with diabetes
  • Sometimes feel depressed or stressed

Click here to take part in this research study. For more information, please contact us at 970-290-6734 or email


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Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

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This program is available to our patients at The Youth Clinic because of our local community champion, United Way of Larimer County. Registration is an easy three-step process:

  1. Click the link below
  2. Fill out the online registration form
  3. Receive your child’s free book each month in the mail

Click here to learn more about the program. Register your children today and get a jump start on their success.

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DadSpace is a 4 session educational/mentoring series for Dads focusing on the transition to fatherhood. Topics will range from father identity to baby development tips, stress management, and successful co-parenting.

Groups will be led by father-facilitators, with the goal of building rapport with other dads. Fathers’ positive involvement in parenting is incredibly impactful for the entire family and these meaningful connections between dads during pregnancy and postpartum can have valuable, long term outcomes.

Click here to learn more about the program.

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PEAK’s Annual Conference on
Inclusive Education

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Inclusive education is a process of school reform that creates equity in education and increases achievement for ALL students. In inclusive schools, a broad team that includes the student and family, work together to differentiate instruction and make curriculum accessible to all learners.

This conference is an excellent professional and personal development opportunity for EVERY PERSON involved in the education and inclusion of diverse learners. Family members, youth, self-advocates, general and special education teachers, school administrators, college students and other professionals are all encouraged to attend!

Learn more and register to attend here.

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