Investing in Kids and Supporting Families

EVICS is funded in part by the Town of Estes Park, through a partnership with the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County (ECCLC). Our collaboration with ECCLC links Estes Park to the early care and education system of the greater county, providing critical professional and technical support to local early childhood programs. EVICS supports parents as the child’s first and best teacher. Services include parent education, child care referrals and scholarships.

The mission and outreach of EVICS is guided by a local volunteer Board of Directors, and day-to-day operations are managed by an agency Director, Nancy Almond.

Board Members

Jane Stuart, President
Erin Axtell, Secretary
John Bryant
Lesta Johnson
Kyle Patterson
Judy Ross
Jan Boatman
Brittany Martin
Kristina Craft
Garrett Faillaci
Iryna Iirklienko

Our Mission:

EVICS exists to support and promote quality early childhood services so that all young children in The Estes Valley have the care, support and opportunities necessary to grow, learn and succeed.



2 thoughts on “About EVICS

  1. We are a lower income family looking for childcare in Estes Park for our 3 year old and after school care for our 9 year old. Do you provide services or programs for families in our situation?

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