As school counselors, we are available to students who may need brief intervention to assist with an issue at school or home that is impacting their ability to be successful in the classroom setting. As school counselors, we utilize solution-focused techniques to help identify an issue and problem-solve that issue as quickly as possible. Sometimes students encounter events that require more intensive intervention than what we are able to offer inside the school setting.  In those situations, you may wish to seek outside counseling services for your child.
    Below are several options for mental health resources in and around Greeley.  We do not endorse any of the resources below, but provide their contact information as a resource available. We always recommend families begin the search for a mental health provider by speaking with their family doctor or pediatrician. These health care providers know your child and they also may know (and recommend) mental health providers who they know work with your insurance. Please make sure you contact your health insurance provider to check coverage of mental health counseling prior to proceeding with any services.
    If you are in need of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our counseling office directly.
    I Matter.
    The I Matter Program connects youth with a therapist for up to 6 free virtual counseling sessions (sometimes in-person is an option too) that are completely confidential. Usually youth are connected with a therapist within 24 hours. Youth ages 12 and older may seek the services of I Matter with or without parental consent.  To get started, fill out their  survey to be matched with a therapist.
    North Range Behavioral Health
    Offers a wide variety of services from play therapy to family therapy to individual counseling.  They offer services on a sliding scale that is designed to be sensitive to a family's individual income.  They also accept a variety of insurance plans. 
    1300 N. 17th Avenue
    (970) 347-2120
    Griffith Centers
    Offers a variety of mental health services in support of youth, families, and adults with the goal of family preservation and strengthening, utilizing evidence-based models of care. Services offered include telebehavioral health, individual and family counseling, parenting and life skills, behavioral coaching, and mentorship. They accept a variety of insurance plans. 
    3400 W 16th Street
    Building 3, Suite S
    University of Northern Colorado Psychological Services Clinic
    Provides low cost counseling and assessment services.  The clinic offers individual counseling for children and adults, couples counseling, family counseling, group counseling, play therapy, and assessment services.  Fees are set on a sliding scale according to family income and ability to pay.  Most counseling services cost $75 per semester (6-12 sessions), but some are more costly.  Assessment services start at $750.
    McKee Hall, Room 247
    Just south of 14th Avenue and 20th  Street
    (970) 351-1645
    Community Grief Center
    Provides group therapy services free of charge to children and families following a loss.  They also offer classes to help those who wish to support someone dealing with grief. Please contact the Community Grief Center directly for upcoming dates for groups and classes.
    Caring Legacy Building
    4650 West 20th Street, Ste. B
    (970) 506-4114
    Pathways Family Wellness
    Offers a wide variety of services from individual counseling to family counseling to psychological evaluation and medication management.  Please contact directly about rates and insurance coverage.
    8217 W 20th Street
    (970) 356-3100