Community Resources Referral

Please note that the Student and Family Outreach Program will not be fully staffed during the months of June and July.  All referrals received during this time will experience a delayed response. Families in need of basic resources can access this information on our Community Resources webpage or call 211 to contact United Way’s Help Center.

The Student and Family Outreach Program (SFOP) exists to remove barriers that keep students from being engaged and thriving in school by providing access to community resources and health insurance. We believe that all students hold the strength and potential to thrive and that healthy students have improved learning outcomes, attendance, and behavior.

The Student and Family Outreach Program is committed to the following:

  • Expanding outreach to and enrolling uninsured students who qualify for Health First Colorado (formerly Medicaid) or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)

  • Assisting with health insurance literacy

  • Linking families to community resources for food, housing, clothing, mental health, medical, dental, and legal services

  • Providing intensive and on-going follow-up and support to families

Our amazing liaisons doing outreach at Shadow Ridge Middle School.