Youth and Families Training

Youth 2

Youth 2 150 150 Vikki Ortiz


“I learned new things – taught me a lot and some stuff I can work on.”

– Youth Participant

Family Member 5

Family Member 5 150 150 Vikki Ortiz


“Great overview of important topics. Mentorship is a great strategy to help parents apply the information learned during the sessions.”

– Family Member

Youth 1

Youth 1 150 150 Vikki Ortiz


“It was awesome! Thank you for listening to me!”

– Youth Participant

Family Member 4

Family Member 4 150 150 Vikki Ortiz


“I learned that my son can get involved with DVR before he turns 18.”

– Family Member

Family Member 3

Family Member 3 150 150 Vikki Ortiz


“I liked all the different topics offered. The resources you shared to help families in a variety of situations.”

– Family Member

Family Member 2

Family Member 2 150 150 Vikki Ortiz

“I love the wide range of topics covered. I felt it was very well rounded and touched on a variety of good topics with links to more information. I also liked that you always asked if we needed more help.”

– Family Member

Family Member 1

Family Member 1 150 150 Vikki Ortiz


“There are more resources than I realized for my son.”

– Family Member

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The Colorado Office of Employment First sits under JFK Partners, the state’s University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, a program of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Its creation was envisioned by Colorado Employment First Advisory Partnership (EFAP), a multi-state agency and stakeholder-led collaborative, and was made possible, in part, by funding from the Colorado Legislature and generously matched through the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE).

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