Counseling Office

  • Liberty Counseling Office

    If there is an immediate safety concern, during school hours, please tell an adult at school right away.  


    If there is safety concern, after school hours, please call the Safe 2 Tell Hotline at 1-877-542-7233.


    If you would like to speak with your school counselor or school social worker for a non-emergency related issue, please sign in on the link below.

    Someone will call you down as soon as they are able. 


    Counseling/Mental Health Appointment Request


    Contact a School Counselor 

    Ms. Hughes -

    • 6th grade (last name A-L)
    • 8th grade

    Ms. Reese - 

    • 6th grade (last name M-Z)
    • 7th grade

    Ms. Robinson (School Social Worker) -

    Ms. Tadie (School Social Worker) - 


    If you do not have the technology access needed in order to send an email, please call the Liberty Counseling Office at 720-886-2419 and leave a message. 


    Office Hours

    We will be operating during normal school hours: Monday - Friday from 8am-4pm

    If you or your child is having a mental health emergency, please call the Colorado Crisis Line at 1-844-493-8255 or dial 911.

    If you have safety concerns about others, please contact Safe2Tell at 877-542-7233 or contact your local police department.


    Remote School Counseling Considerations

    We are here to support our students and community members during this challenging time. Online platforms provide many benefits including flexibility, efficiency and unique collaboration opportunities. However, there are some limitations involved that are described below:

    • Confidentiality & Privacy cannot be guaranteed with services provided through online platforms (ex: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Voice, etc.).
      • In the event that a student, parent and/or school counselor believes that the virtual meeting is not private or other participants not anticipated are observed, the meeting will be rescheduled for another time.
    • Technical Issues may arise.
      • In the event of technological failure during a meeting, the school counselor will make attempts to reconnect for ten minutes. If the internet or technological failure cannot be resolved, the school counselor will call you back via the telephone.  
      • If the technological failure interferes with the goals of the meeting being achieved, another meeting will be scheduled at a mutually convenient date and time.


    Military and Family Life Counselor

    Please read the attached letter introducing our Military and Family Life Counselor - Introduction Letter


    Coronavirus Mental Health & Other Related Resources

    Click here for information about resources related to mental health support, tips for parents, food assistance and more. 

    Click here for information about the CCSD HealthLine (720-554-4584). Families can call this number to be connected to a school nurse or a mental health professional. They are available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the statewide school closure.


    Liberty Counseling Team Mission

    The mission of Liberty Middle School's Counseling Department is to empower all students to reach their fullest potential, to overcome barriers that impede learning, to be lifelong learners, and to be responsible citizens in the community through a comprehensive program that meets their academic, personal/social, and college/career needs.

    Helpful Links & Other Information

    Anonymous Reporting:

      • Safe2Tell: Anonymous 24-hour service through which concerns about safety can be reported by students, parents, or staff by phone or online.

    Mental Health Support:

      • Colorado Crisis Services: 24-hour mental health support that can be accessed using phone, text, online chat, or walk-in centers.
      • Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 24-hour mental health support that can be accessed using phone or online chat.

    Parent Resources:

      • CCSD Parent Academy Page: CCSD offers classes for parents that are designed to pro­vide parents with a range of proven-effec­tive approaches in a supportive environ­ment. One of the class offerings is specifically for parents of tweens.
      • Parent Information Network (P.I.N.): PIN’s mission is to provide informative local and national speakers on topics relevant to current parenting and youth-related issues and to provide a forum for parents to connect and create a caring community. 
      • CCSD Mental Health Resources Page: Provides various resources including how to talk with your child and help them cope with difficult situations, tips for talking with your teen, and how to know if your child needs more support socially, emotionally and/or behaviorally. 
      • CCSD Suicide Prevention Page: Identifies suicide risk factors, suicide warning signs, and resiliency factors as well as what to do if you are concerned about your child.
      • CCSD Substance Use Resources & Vaping Information: Provides potential resources for substance abuse and important information about what you need to know about vaping. 

    Academic/College & Career:

    Online Safety

    Other Community Resources

      • CCSD Families in Transition (McKinney-Vento) Page: The Homeless Liaison assists families and children by providing essential educational supports including school enrollment and advocacy, school supplies, free breakfast and lunch assistance, school transportation help, and community resources for emergency assistance.