Whether you are seeking help for yourself or a loved one, you are not alone. Reaching out for support when needed is a sign of parenting strength.
You’re in the Right Place
We are so glad you’re here. We understand that sometimes parents of new babies are nervous to reach out for support because they fear their parenting ability will be judged.
The services listed here provide compassionate, supportive care to all Colorado parents and their loved ones.
Pregnancy and parenting comes with a flood of emotions and that can be overwhelming. Seeking help when you need it is the most important thing you can do for yourself and your baby.
Looking for Information?
If you are looking for information and are not in immediate crisis, we encourage you to start by browsing our resources and stories to find the help you need.
Need Immediate Help?
If you are in crisis and you need immediate help, please call or text Colorado Crisis Services or the National Domestic Violence Hotline to get connected to support and counseling for you or a loved one.
Who We Are
Parents Thrive Colorado is maintained by the Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC), which is the backbone organization for the Colorado Maternal Mental Health Collaborative and Framework. New content is developed in collaboration with an advisory board of professionals and parents.
Colorado Crisis Services
Get connected directly with support and counseling for you or a loved one. Read stories from real Coloradans about their mental health journey to know you're not alone.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.
Looking for mental health or substance use counseling?
Call or text Postpartum Support International to be connected to a Resource Coordinator.
Postpartum Support International – Colorado Chapter
Find Colorado PSI Support Coordinators, resource guides, local support groups, education, and events.
Use one of these directories to find the right counselor for you:
Psychology Today – Directory of Private Mental Health Providers
Find a therapist, psychiatrist, treatment center, or support group near you.