Parents Thrive Colorado

We support the mental health and wellbeing of pregnant and postpartum people by connecting them with relevant resources.

We appreciate your interest in our work! Please note that Parents Thrive Colorado is not a direct service organization and our contact form is not monitored on a daily basis.

If you need support now, please contact Colorado Crisis Services by phone at 844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255 to immediately connect with someone who can help.

If you do not have immediate needs but are wanting to be connected to someone in the next 24 hours, we encourage you to contact Postpartum Support International by phone or text at 800-944-4773.


Seeking Help?

If you need help for yourself or a loved one, please visit our Find Help page for a list of resources that can provide immediate assistance.


What is Parents Thrive?

Parents Thrive Colorado is an initiative of the Colorado Maternal Mental Health Collaborative.

We support the mental health and wellbeing of pregnant and postpartum people by connecting them with relevant resources.

To get in touch with us to suggest a resource, get involved with our work, or share your own story, please use this contact form.

To learn more about our work or get involved, please visit coloradomaternalmentalhealth.org.

Our Purpose

Our Reason for Being

Support the mental health and wellbeing of pregnant and postpartum people by connecting them with relevant resources.

Our Mission

What We Do to Achieve Our Purpose

Create an accessible, user-friendly website that provides supportive information, relatable peer stories, and well-organized resources that address mental and emotional health needs across the perinatal journey.

Our Vision

The World We’re Building

In Colorado, pregnant and postpartum people are connected to relevant resources that they need to feel supported and cared for throughout their journey from conception to early parenting.

Our Core Values

What We Believe and How We Behave

Strengths-Based

Individual and family strengths are seen and valued, even in times of distress.

Health & Wellbeing

Mental and physical health are vital to overall well-being. Supporting families’ mental health includes wellness promotion, early identification and prevention of mental health issues, treatment and recovery.

Trust & Safety

Building spaces and relationships where pregnant and postpartum families are confident that the intention is to be supportive and their best interest is being served.

Hope

Mental health challenges like postpartum depression and anxiety will not last forever with the support of relevant resources and peer connection.

Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity

Honoring the many different shapes, colors, and forms that “family” takes so that any person who uses this tool feels seen and heard.

Compassion & Empathy

Understanding and relating to the unique needs of a diverse array of individuals.

Connection

Feeling connected through common experience, the opposite of feeling alone.

Support

Providing the right resources to meet the needs of pregnant and postpartum people.

Unique Journeys, Common Threads

Creating a space where people see themselves reflected in the stories and resources provided.