Loveland Youth Campus Reaches Milestone with Opening of Expanded Child Care Classrooms

The Loveland Youth Campus, an innovative community hub offering families comprehensive services under one roof, celebrated a milestone in its progression with the March 4 opening of Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center’s expanded facilities. This expansion quadruples Teaching Tree’s 0-5 childcare capacity in Loveland (from 50 to 200 spots), marking a significant step forward for the campus.

Located at 2366 E. 1st Street in Loveland, adjacent to the Boys and Girls Clubs’ Loveland-Pulliam Club, this campus is a collaboration between United Way of Larimer County, the Boys and Girls Club of Larimer County, Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center, and the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County. The first floor of the Loveland Youth Campus hosts Teaching Tree’s 0-5 childcare center and the Boys and Girls Club’s K-12 before and after-school programs, creating a seamless continuum of care for children of all ages. United Way of Larimer County is leading fundraising for the project. The second floor of the campus will accommodate a network of non-profit organizations providing vital services tailored to the needs of children and families. From mental health support to utility and food assistance, comprehensive support will be readily available within this single, accessible location.

Weekly tours of the Loveland Youth Campus are available for those interested in experiencing this innovative hub firsthand. For additional information, visit

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