• Safe2Tell Colorado 

    Safe2Tell

    Safe2Tell provides young people with a way to report any threatening behaviors or activities endangering themselves or someone they know in a way that keeps them safe and anonymous. To make a report, call 1-877-542-SAFE (7233) from anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The call is free. You can also make a web tip at safe2tell.org. Remember your identity is safe. No one will ask for your name and number. Telling is not "snitching." Telling is when you need to keep yourself or someone you know safe from threats, harmful behaviors, or dangerous situations.

  • News Flash • San Miguel County, CO • CivicEngage 

     

    Colorado Crisis Services

    Millions of young people are quietly suffering every day, and many feel like they have no one to turn to and nowhere to go. Crisis Text Line provides crisis support, 24/7, to young people (13-25) through a medium they already know and trust ..text! Text messages offer a discreet, familiar, and accessible form of communication for teens. Live, trained specialists with extensive training in crisis intervention provide emotional support to young people in a crisis as well as safety planning and referrals. 

     

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    Teens (for Teens) - Nemours KidsHealth 

     

    Nemours Teen Health 

    If you or a friend are in an abusive relationship, you may feel like you are all alone. You are not! Nemours is committed to transforming the health of children by going beyond medicine to improve the health of the world in which every child lives. Here's what you'll find on this site: 1) Doctor-reviewed advice on hundreds of physical, emotional, and behavioral topics. 2) Easy-to-follow articles, slideshows, videos, and health tools to help you learn, grow, and be your best. 3) Separate sections for parents and kids, created with their questions in mind. 4) Free lesson plans and programs for teachers and early childhood educators.

  • OwnPath 

    I Matter 

    Colorado House Bill 21-1258 established I Matter in 2021 to provide access to mental health and substance use disorder services for youth, and to address needs that may have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic. I Matter is open to youth 18 years of age or younger, or 21 years of age or younger if receiving special education services.The I Matter program can connect you with a therapist for up to 6 free virtual counseling sessions (some in-person appointments available, too) that are completely confidential. Talking with someone can make you feel better. Be as honest as possible: your answers will help match you with the right therapist.