We serve as the hub for Pyramid Colorado, the effort to expand implementation and advocacy of best practices and sound policies in social-emotional development and inclusion. The Pyramid Model is a framework of evidence-based practices for promoting young children’s healthy social and emotional development.
The Colorado Pyramid Plus Center has transitioned to Healthy Child Care Colorado. Through support from the Buell Foundation and a Transition Team of stakeholders, we are continuing to shepherd this transition and plan for the future sustainable programming in this vital component of Colorado’s growing and evolving early childhood mental health system.
The Pyramid Model
The Pyramid Model is a collaborative professional development system that fosters and sustains evidenced-based practices to support the social-emotional development and inclusion of children.
The Pyramid Model builds upon a tiered public health approach to providing universal support to all children to promote wellness, targeted services to those who need more support, and intensive services to those who need them. Learn more.
PYRAMID COLORADO OVERVIEW
Early childhood professionals across the state can become certified trainers and coaches in the Pyramid Approach, working with child care centers, preschools, and other organizations to embed the model into their work with children, ages birth to 5.
We offer training and professional development to Pyramid trainers and coaches, administer certification, build a community of practice for trainers and coaches, and promote the Pyramid approach statewide.
In early 2021, more information and resources will be added here, including an online Pyramid Colorado hub for trainers and coaches. This online hub will include an online resource library, discussion forum, and opportunities to market trainer and coach services.
For more information on the transition, partners contributing to the process, and more, read the Looking to the Future Summary