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Mental Health Resources

The I Matter program can connect Colorado youth with a therapist for up to 6 FREE virtual counseling sessions (some in-person appointments available, too) that are completely confidential. 
Second Wind Fund
The Second Wind Fund focuses on improving access and delivery of suicide care. The program provides an avenue for families to obtain treatment services for children and youth at risk for suicide by breaking down financial and transportation barriers.
Forward Together Colorado
Forward Together Colorado is a collaboration between the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) to help build and strengthen relationships between young people and the adults in their lives. Forward Together provides research and information on youth development, tips for parents and caregivers, and stories from other parents about how they’re connecting with their teens.
Spark The Change Mental Wellness Program
The Mental Wellness Program is a statewide program of Spark the Change Colorado that provides free, short term counseling services to individuals, couples, and families who encounter barriers to accessing treatment through the pro bono work of volunteer clinicians.
Judi's House
Judi's House provides comprehensive grief care services for bereaved youth and families at Judi’s House as well as in school and community based settings
211 Colorado
211 is a confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources across Colorado. Coloradans can find mental health and/or substance use treatment in their community, as well as connect to other social services, such as food, housing and financial assistance. 
Mental Health Colorado
Mental Health Colorado advocates for every Coloradan who experiences a mental health or substance use condition each year to ensure equitable access to mental health and substance use care, and end discrimination. Mental Health Colorado also provides a statewide weekly virtual support called Parents of Adult Children with Serious Mental Illness meeting provides a place for families to support each other in sharing and process experiences. 
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.