ECPAC brings together diverse Adams County partners in the areas of early childhood education, health, mental health, and family support to help ensure that every child is ready for school and reading on grade level by 3rd grade.

Why we do our work:

ECPAC creates an early childhood system that improves child outcomes through “collective impact”   
  • Build and support partnerships of all groups working with young children and families
  • Share goals, data and accountability for preparing children for school readiness and success
  • Fund and invest in early childhood education, health, mental health and family support programs and professionals
  • Change policy to elevate support for young children and families
  • Build public support for and engagement in the early childhood system

Click here to learn more: Collective Impact

Adams County’s young children will be valued, healthy and thriving when
  • All young children are in a high quality early learning environments
  • Supportive and nurturing teachers/caregivers work with children and families
  • Families have the community support and the parenting help they need to foster their children’s learning and development
  • Early learning, parenting, mental health and health professionals work together to meet the needs of children and families
ECPAC is one of 31 Early Childhood Councils across Colorado working to increase the quality, capacity, availability and accessibility of early childhood services and supports. 

Click here to see the ECLC-FRMWRK-062415-LORES; ECLC-FRMWRK-11x17_spn_web_08_25 that connects the work of all the Councils.

While ECPAC is made up of all partners, there is dedicated staff to support efforts: