Community Resources

  • How to Get Help in Your School

    School-employed mental health professionals are specially trained to provide services in the learning context. School counselors, school psychologists and school social-workers provide the vast majority of school-based services. They are specially trained in school system functioning and learning, as well as how students’ behavior and mental health impacts their ability to be successful in school. Areas of expertise include but are not limited to: education law, curriculum and instruction, classroom and behavior management, individual and group counseling, learning disabilities, school safety and crisis response, effective discipline, cultural competence, and consultation with educators, families and community providers.


    Every District 6 school has a mental health team consistening of school mental health providers, a Northange Behavioral Health school-based therapsit, and administrators.  


    School Counselors are educators implementing responsive services and indiviual planning for academic, social-emotional, and career skill development. School counselors have specialized knowledge of curriculum and instruction and help screen students for the basic skills needed for successful transition from cradle to college and career. School counselors focus on helping students' address their academic, personal/social, and career development goals and needs by designing, implementing, and evaluating a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes and enhances student success. 


    School Social Workers have special expertise in understanding family and community systems and linking students and their families with the community services that are essential for promoting student success. School social workers' training includes specialized preparation in cultural diversity, systems theory, social justice, risk assessment and intervention, consultation and collaboration, and clinical intervention strategies to address the mental health needs of students. are uniquely qualified to link a student's home, school, and community, providing cousneling and case coordination.  


    School Psychologists have extensive knowledge of learning, motivation, behavior, childhood disabilities, assessment, evaluation, and school law. School psychologists specialize in analyzing complex student and school problems and selecting and implementing appropriate evidence-based interventions to improve outcomes at home and school.   


Additional Resources

  • Family Center
  • Immigrant & Refugee Center of Northern Colorado
  • United Way of Weld County Call, Search & Chat, Text
    Confidential & Bilingual
  • Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline Resources 844-CO-4-KIDS
    Available 24 hours a day, every day. Don't hesitate to call and get help.
    Anyone witnessing a child in a life-threatening situation should call 911 immediately.
  • 211 Get Connected. Get Help.
    Call to speak to a community resource specialist in our area who will help you find services.