Child Life Resources

Additional Resources:

The At-Risk Intervention and Mentoring Program (AIM): utilizes public health approach to provide equitable trauma-informed care to patients and families impacted by violence. It addresses violence as a health issue aiming to reduce upstream risk factors while enhancing protective factors. The program is run in partnership with the Gang Rescue and Support Project (GRASP).

SAFE2Tell: provides students, parents, and community members a safe and anonymous way to report information about any issues that concern their safety or the safety of others. Safe2Tell’s reporting process is simple. Call to interact with a live, trained analyst or fill out a form on our website or mobile app.

Colorado Crisis Services are available to offer you or your loved ones support in anything you are going through at any time and any day as they are open 24/7 all 365 days per year. Visit one of their many locations in the community (listed on their website) or talk to their trained staff over the phone or through text messaging on your mobile device whenever you need it.

Phone number: 1 (844) 493-8255

To text one of their trained staff members text the word “TALK” to 38255

 

Mental Health

  • IMatter: I Matter is managed by the Colorado Behavioral Health Administration. I Matter provides up to six free therapy sessions for youth in Colorado and reimburses participating licensed therapists. *Espanol
  • Well-Power (Denver County) We are national leaders in behavioral health. Our approach to serving our communities – meeting people where they are, serving those who have been given up on by everyone else, continuously developing new and better ways of helping adults, families and children thrive – is based on the belief that we can, and must, change the landscape of behavioral health in the state of Colorado.
  • Jefferson Center for Mental Health
  • Community Reach Center
  • Aurora Mental Health & Recovery
  • All Health Network

 

Trauma & Grief