Safe Kids Colorado, led by Children’s Hospital Colorado, is a partnership of statewide and regional organizations dedicated to preventing unintentional injuries to Colorado children from birth to 19 years old. Safe Kids Colorado is a member of Safe Kids Worldwide, a global network of more than 600 coalitions and chapters nationwide, including 19 member countries.
The Safe Kids Colorado state office provides support to local Safe Kids coalitions and chapters in the state and utilizes a combination of education, research, advocacy and media to prevent accidental injury in children. Our passion is to help you and your family to be safe.
Safe Kids Colorado Springs
Safe Kids Colorado Springs is a local coalition also led by Children's Hospital Colorado. Safe Kids Colorado Springs serves El Paso County.
The coalition is comprised of dedicated public and private partners, including hospitals, non-profit organizations, schools, law enforcement, fire services, emergency medical services, public health, Head Start, parents and caregivers and many others who share a common mission of preventing unintentional injuries in children.
Safe Kids coalitions work to prevent childhood injuries by focusing on protecting kids at disproportionate risk for preventable injuries through the following initiatives:
For more information on Safe Kids Colorado Springs, please contact our Coalition Coordinator at 719-305-7233 (719-305-SAFE).
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Children's Hospital Colorado providers
Children’s Hospital Colorado providers are faculty members of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Our specialists are nationally ranked and globally recognized for delivering the best possible care in pediatrics.
Some healthcare professionals listed on our website have medical privileges to practice at Children’s Hospital Colorado, but they are community providers. They schedule and bill separately for their services, and are not employees of the Hospital.