Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
Mental Health Partners
- Mental Health Partners has a 24/7/365 Walk-In Crisis Center at 1000 Alpine Ave., Boulder, for immediate assistance with a mental health crisis - 303-447-1665
Centennial Peaks Hospital
- Centennial Peaks’ adolescent program treats teenagers aged 13-17 who are struggling with mental illness. They offer a confidential environment and multiple levels of care so each patient receives customized treatment.
- The Psychiatry and Behavioral Health team provides a full range of behavioral and mental health services, from creative arts therapy to intensive care programs
- Advanced recovery systems addressing drug use in high schools.
Jefferson Hills Hospital
- Jefferson Hills is committed to Colorado’s at risk children, youth, and families with mental health, child welfare, and juvenile justice issues
- Moving to End Sexual Assault. Through client services we help survivors and their loved ones. Through our prevention education programs we are working toward changing tomorrow to ensure a world free of sexual assault
- Healing Circles provides safe, empowering environments to help children, teens, and their families integrate grief into their lives at their own pace. Support is available throughout the year, open to the community, and beneficial at any point in the grief process.
- ITHRIVE is a program for 12-17 year old teens who are wanting to take a look at their lives, and see if they can figure out who/why it is that drugs/alcohol are getting them in trouble
Ann Hyink - Ann runs teen programs through Mental Health Partners and they provide individual therapy for drug use and dual diagnosis. 303-247-8089.
Boulder County Department of Human Services
- provides services, in partnership with the community, that enhance quality of life, support and protect our county’s diverse community of adults, children, families and elders, and promotes economic independence and self-sufficiency
The Thrive Handbook
looks across every grade level and highlights how students are exposed to varying levels of unhealthy and even high risk behaviors that can threaten their educational and personal success. It contains what to look for, parenting suggestions, local and national resources, and timely information to help parents understand the many issues our kids face growing up.
is a resource guide created to connect parents and students with groups and individuals that offer youth-oriented activities and services – from academics to athletics, from arts to adventure and more. We hope this publication will be a valuable resource for families seeking fun and educational community opportunities.
of Boulder County Supporting Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention in Boulder County
Parent Engagement Network
The Parent Engagement Network (PEN) is a grassroots, parent-led 501 (c)(3) non-profit that uses a strength-based approach to engage, educate, and empower parents to promote the social- emotional and mental wellbeing of youth and families.
Solid, unconventional approaches to helping struggling students. For Seth's Student Success Tookit, please click HERE.
Peg Shippert, MA, LPC
Peg did a presentation about sexual consent at New Vista High School on Feb. 14, 2018. Please click HERE
to view her presentation.