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    WHO IS MY COUNSELOR?

    Counseling caseloads are set by last name or by program. Listed below are general caseloads, but be sure to check your student schedule for your assigned counselor. 

    • Alpha A - G: Bri Smith (970) 348-5222
      • Book an appointment with Mrs. Smith here
    • Alpha H - P: Bethany Balderrama (970) 348-5295 
      • Book an appointment with Mrs. Balderrama here
    • Alpha Q - R: Roxana Magana (970) 348-5224
      • Book an appointment with Ms. Magana here
    • Alpha S - Z and STEM students: Hannah Hurlburt (970) 348 - 5309
      • Book an appointment with Ms. Hurlburt here
    • Counseling Secretary & Registrar: Angie Cline (970) 348-5218 

     

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    NAVIANCE STUDENT

     
    Click here to access Naviance Student Login (User Name & Password - what you use to log-in to District 6 computers & Infinite Campus, etc.)
     

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    SUICIDE RESOURCES
    For Emergencies Dial 911
     
    Other Resources 
    • Northrange Behavioral Health Crisis #: (970) 347-2120
    • National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-2433
    • Suicide Education and Support Services (SESS): 970.313.1089
    • National Suicide Hotline: 800.273.TALK (8255)

    What Can You Do to Help Someone You Think Might Be Suicidal?

    Listen to what they have to say:

    • Don’t make judgments
    • Allow the person to talk and tell their story
    • Offer support, empathy, and compassion
    Try to ask questions and get a feel for how the person is feeling:
    • Is the person having suicidal thoughts?
    • Is the person thinking of committing suicide?
    • Do they have a plan?
    • Ask questions that are honest, direct, and to the point.
    • Don’t agree to keep secrets.
    • Try to remain calm and avoid appearing alarmed.
    Take Action:
    • Seek professional help: Call 911 in an emergency and the suicide hotline for further assistance: 1-(800) 273-TALK (8255)
    • Do not leave the individual alone and remove any potential weapons or items the person may use to harm themselves.
    • Don’t promise false statements of home and let the person know there are other options available to them.
    • Help the person make an appointment for treatment and follow up that appointment was scheduled.

    Alcohol & Drug Abuse:

    Alcohol & Drug Abuse Hotline: 1-800-252-6465 (ALCOHOL)