- The Parent Toolkit - Many resources for parents of middle school students, including social-emotional information per grade level.
- Calm.com - website for guided meditations and relaxation, also available as an app for smartphones.
- Anxietyinteens.org - website developed by a 15-year old girl when she was in high school and struggling with anxiety. Many resources for teens and parents.
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If your student is struggling in a class, the best place to ask for help is with the classroom teacher. Many teachers offer before/after school or lunchtime support. Please contact the teacher directly to check their availability. When additional support is needed, please contact your student's counselor for a list of private tutors in the community. Counselors cannot recommend certain tutors, but we can provide you with a list of people to contact.
- Mental Health Connections - referrals and resources for counseling services, walk-in help available, call 970-221-5551
- Parent-Child Interaction Center - offers a full range of counseling services for parents and children
- Center for Family Outreach - offers education, intervention and support for families who are challenged by the adolescent years. We focus on creating programs and support systems to help youth and families sustain long term, positive changes within the family unit.
- Summitstone Health Partners - mental health and addictions services, call 970-494-4200
- Please contact your student's counselor if you would like a list of private therapists in the community
Please see your counselor if you have questions about how to access resources in the community. We also have information on various programs through the district that can provide assistance to families.
- Larimer County Resources - comprehensive guide of resources in Larimer County
- United Way of Larimer County's referral service for community resources - dial 2-1-1 on your phone or visit their website
- Partners Mentoring Youth - Northern Colorado mentoring program that offers both community and school-based mentoring programs. Students are usually referred by their school counselor.
- Campus Corps - a program through CSU where undergraduate students work one on one with at-risk youth ranging in age from 10-18 who are referred to Campus Corps from our community partners within the juvenile justice system of Larimer County, local schools, community agencies, and directly from families.
- Fort Collins Recreator - information about sports, classes, and activities for children, teens, and adults in the Fort Collins community