• Counseling and Mental Health

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

    If there is a 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 about a non-emergency related issue, please sign in on the link below. Someone will call you down as soon as they are able. 

    Click for Counseling Check In (Student Use Only)


  • Important Links

    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 support including school enrollment and advocacy, school supplies, free breakfast and lunch assistance, school transportation help, and community resources for emergency assistance.
  • Suicide Prevention Classroom Visits

    Suicide Prevention Classroom Visits

    Beginning in September, Counselors and Mental Health will be visiting students through Social Studies classes to talk about Suicide Awareness and Prevention.  We teach students to "ACT": Acknowledge, Care, and Tell if a student shares that they are having suicidal thoughts.

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