What is AA PAC?

The African American Parent Advisory Committee (AA PAC) exist to ensure a positive school and parental partnership for improvement and developing  parent and community engagement resulting in academic, social and emotional  well being for African American and Black students at Hamilton Middle School.

Resources From Last Meeting

If you missed our last meeting of the semester you can download the meeting presentation here.

AAPAC Meeting Slides: Thursday, December 10

Core Objectives

AA PAC works to improve the school and community as a whole through addressing equitable practices.

African American & Back Students

  • Providing academic supports
  • Closing achievement and opportunity  gaps
  • Teaching students how to advocate for themselves and their needs
  • Supporting the Black Student Alliance in initiatives that impact the school and the community
  • Address and deconstruct the negative perception of African American and Black students through education and community engagement

African American & Black Parents

  • Providing a platform for parent voice to be heard and included
  • Creating channels for parent involvement
  • Serving as a platform and space for parents to find information and available resources
  • Empowering parents to advocate for the needs of their children by advocating for improvement and expansion of opportunities and quality programs


The Center for African American Health

The Center for African American Health is a Family Resource Center dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of infants, seniors, and everyone in between by providing culturally-sensitive health education and health promotion programs. You can learn about all the programs they offer here, we have also highlighted three of them below.

Crisis Resource Navigation

Our Crisis Resource Navigation is designed to support individuals in the following ways:

  • Provide emotional support.
  • Help you better understand your situation and reactions.
  • Help you develop coping strategies.
  • Connect you with helpful resources. Counseling will be provided remotely via phone or video conferencing. Services can be either one-time or recurrent and are open to all ages. All services are offered FREE of charge.

Contact us today to meet with a counselor:
(720) 923-7250

Workforce Readiness Program

Provides teens and adults with the support they need to find their next job. The program begins with an assessment of each participant’s skills, experience, and interests. Participants are then trained in how to effectively search, apply, and interview for jobs, with specific guidance provided on how to develop a resume that rises to the top of the stack. Once a job placement is secured, participants will be supported with making sure their new job gets off to a strong start.To participate in this program, please complete our Participant Intake Form.

For more information, email Charles@caahealth.orgor call 303-355-3423 extension 117.

Community Wellness Navigators

Community Health and Wellness Navigators connect individuals and families to resources and service providers in the areas of:

  • Health Insurance Literacy
  • Housing
  • Food and Clothing Banks
  • Parent Education and Support Services
  • Transportation
  • And Many More General Services

Email connect@caahealth.org to connect with one of our Community Wellness Navigators.