Alamosa County Child, Youth, and Family Services is a government agency at the CO State, Alamosa County, or local level that provides a range of services to assist children, youth, and families. Child, Youth, and Family Services Offices offer early childhood services, including childcare support, family nutrition programs, and support for children with developmental delays. These offices may also run programs to end youth homelessness, prevent adolescent pregnancy, and prevent violence against children and youth in Alamosa County. Some Child, Youth, and Family Services programs also manage Alamosa County foster care and adoption services.
Alamosa Child Support & Enforcement Office Alamosa CO 8900 Independence Way, Ste C 81101 719-589-2581
A Alamosa County WIC Office is a local branch of the Federal Special Supplemental Nutrition Program (SNAP) for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). Alamosa County WIC programs provide nutrition assistance for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, infants, and children. WIC Offices provide services to income-eligible families who require food assistance. In addition to nutritional assistance, WIC Offices provide additional benefits, including health screenings, nutrition and health education, breastfeeding promotion and support, and help obtaining other Colorado social services.
Alamosa WIC Office Alamosa CO 128 Market Street 81101 719-589-5860