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Migrant Family Liaison: Nancy Wendirad, nwendirad@weld8.org (303) 857-7155

Homeless Assistance: Under the McKinney-Vento act of 1987, students have the right to a public education regardless of their current living conditions.  For any questions, please contact your child’s school main office, and they will transfer you to the school’s McKinney Vento liaison.  

A Child Is Missing   

Weld County Youth and Family Connections   

Weld County Multidisciplinary Youth Assessment Team (MYAT)

This is a program that will alert parents if there is an issue at your child's school. Click on the link above and Add your name to database (bottom right-hand corner). Make sure you use the school address for your child's school so that you will be contacted if there is an issue at their school.


Weld County Prevention Partners (WCCP)
This website has been created to help educate parents and kids about the dangers of underage drinking and the use of drugs, from marijuana and methamphetamines, to prescription and over-the-counter drugs. You'll also find information about resources in Weld County that can help you and your family in many ways.

School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP)

The School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP) is a partnership between the Weld County School Districts RE-8 and RE-3J, and the Colorado Department of Vocational Rehabilitation.

The mission of SWAP is to help young adults succeed in this sometimes difficult transition from high school to work. SWAP assists young adults with mild to moderate disabilities in finding their employment goals by becoming successfully and competitively employed in the community.

WHAT DOES SWAP OFFER YOUNG ADULTS?

  • Assessment of vocational interests and skills
  • Guidance with basic employment skills
  • Development of job interview skills
  • Assistance with job search and job placement
  • Job coaching
  • Assistance with job retention
  • One year follow up services
  • Development of skills for future employability

WHAT DOES SWAP OFFER EMPLOYERS?

  • Pre-screened applicants
  • Financial incentives
  • On-The-Job training/Job coaching
  • Ongoing support services
  • An opportunity to become involved with the local community and schools

WHO PARTICIPATES IN THE SWAP PROGRAM?

Young adults between the ages of 16 and 25 who:

  • Have a mild to moderate disability
  • Are eligible to receive services from the Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Have a Colorado ID and Social Security card
  • Have already graduated from high school or are at risk of dropping out
  • Have some degree of difficulty finding meaningful employment
  • Have the desire and motivation to work and become a contributing member of their community

CONTACT INFORMATION
School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP)
Dawn Graham - SWAP Coordinator
Office - 303-857-7295
Cell - 303-598-1601
dgraham@weld8.org 

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