Our Publications and Reports
We believe that it’s important to keep track of PCF’s outcomes and activities and to share them with the community we serve. By sharing this information, we hope to not only detail the work we do, but to do so with transparency, providing a platform for ongoing discussion.
PCF has made an ongoing commitment to providing an overview of the accomplishments, challenges and partnerships each year through its annual report. For many of the past years, PCF has produced a joint annual community report with our fellow collaborative group, the Family & Adolescent Partnership (FAP). Between our two organizations, we serve the entire continuum of children in Mesa County, from birth to age 21, and their families. Knowing that families often have children of multiple ages, it only made sense to produce publications that demonstrate not only the crossover in services but also the commitment to working together for the benefit of all family members.
When relevant and appropriate, PCF will advocate for our constituents and community by sharing opinions and information via local news outlets, as well as participate in statewide and national conversations.
We also deeply value the reports and studies that are provided by our local, statewide and national partners. Here are a few of our favorites that inform and shape our work:
- Kids Count Data Center
- 2018 Kids Count Data Report for Mesa County
- Colorado Children’s Campaign, Early Childhood
- Mesa County Public Health (MCPH)
- MCPH Data and Reports
- 2018-2020 Community Needs Assessment
If you have any questions about the above resources, please let us know by contacting us.