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  Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) City Preparedness Update

Stay updated on the coronavirus in Denver and learn about youth resources available during the pandemic.

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Helping young people learn, grow and thrive, while supporting families with work-life balance.

The Denver Afterschool Alliance (DAA) builds the capacity of afterschool programs and professionals to provide high-quality, diverse afterschool programs. Through our three lines of service: DAAlearn, DAAconnect and DAAadvocate, we work to ensure that all Denver children have access to afterschool programs that keep them safe, inspire them to learn, and prepare them for the future.


 
 
What's New

Check back at the end of the month for updates to this section.

Find Youth Programs and Resources

Families can use the Youth Program Locator to search online for virtual or in-person programs available for youth across the city. Additional resources are also available on the city's COVID-19 Youth Assistance Page that provides guidance on everything from talking to children about the pandemic, places where youth can access meals, technology support and mindfulness tools (for you and your children).

DAA Newsletters
  • DAA Newsletter: Receive updates on our efforts to support the afterschool community. Sign up!

  • DAA Collective's Newsletter: Receive updates on learning opportunities for youth-serving professionals. Sign up!
Staff Contact

Maxine Quintana
Out-of-School Time Initiatives Director
(720) 913-0905
maxine.quintana@denvergov.org