Supportive Family Resources

The resources on this page have been put together by Hamilton’s Whole Child Team. Be sure to bookmark this page to learn about new resources updated frequently.


MY Denver Card

The MY Denver card is a library and recreation card all in one! Youth ages 5-18 can have this key to the city that will get them free access to recreation centers, swimming pools, numerous cultural facilities and more. The best part? It’s FREE!

City of Denver Resources

for families provided by the City of Denver. This list is not summer specific and offers resources of a wide range including services around mental health, food pantries, housing, utilities assistance, women and families, and more. 

DPS Compiled Summer Resources

This resource has a plethora of summer resources for the 2022 summer break. It is organized and broken up into age groups. It also consists of both DPS-run programs as well as DPS partner programs.

Denver Public Library’s
Summer of Adventure 2022

The library’s annual summer program opens for registration on May 25th. They’re encouraging those from birth to grade 12 to read, make, and explore this summer through informal learning activities! 


Hamilton Parent Training

FACE University Pre-Recorded Parent Training


Summer Resources for Families

Did you know DPS offers summer programs by age including K-5, 6-8, and 9-12! Opportunities include a mix of academic content and enrichment where children will experience hands-on learning, explore new skills, and have fun this summer! Some of theContinue Reading

Upcoming Lunchtime Learning Webinar: What You Should Know About Youth Vaping

Upcoming Lunchtime Learning Webinar: What You Should Know About Youth Vaping– Join the DPS Prevention Services Team at noon on May 4 for a Lunchtime Learning Webinar with Dr. Annemarie Wolfe from Children’s Hospital Colorado to learn about the impactsContinue Reading

Rocky Mountain Human Services

RMHS can provide support to students and families of children with identified developmental delays (under 5) and diagnosed intellectual developmental disabilities (5 or over) during the summer months and all year long! RMHS is also home to case management servicesContinue Reading