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Community Reach Center provides therapeutic support for women with pregnancy-related depression and anxiety. Dads need support too - that's why services focus on the whole family. Services are provided by Infant Mental Health Specialists on the Early Childhood Services Team, as well as therapists at any of the Center’s outpatient locations. To make an appointment with an Infant Mental Health Specialist, please call the Early Childhood Services team at (303) 853-3801. To see an outpatient therapist, come in for an initial evaluation.
This website is intended to help dads and families by providing firsthand information and guidance through the experience of PPD.
In celebration of International Father’s Mental Health Day, we have worked with parents and community members to curate resources that support fathers’ wellness and self-care practices. Check them out here:
Though he constantly tried his best, Ezra said he often worried that he might not measure up to being a good father. Imposter Syndrome, where one doubts their skills or accomplishments and often feels like a fraud, was becoming all too real to him, that is until he found his Circle of Father’s group.
Celebrating Fathers of Freedom, a blog featured on Illuminate Colorado, shares the stories of Adam Combs and Adrian Nunez. These two military veteran fathers recognized a void in their community for fathers attempting to figure out how to jump back into parenthood while working to overcome other struggles that often accompany serving abroad.
From the Heart Enterprises is committed to the creation of a community of Black men who help one another through mentoring, business support, educational training, mental health care and network building. Their focus is to bring unity in Black men through providing workshops, retreats, service acts, youth programs, mental health aid and guidance.
The Today’s Fathers Program teaches men to be better fathers through fatherhood training classes. Scroll down on the Adult Education page to learn more about the Fatherhood Initiative Program.
Project Proud Fatherhood offers relationship education, systems navigation, systems consultation in regards to equitable policy and practices, youth programming, early literacy programming, and other services in order to integrate fatherhood into their programs and services.
A unique father-to-father, community-based workshop that inspires and equips men of different economic levels, ages and cultures to become confidently engaged with their infants, support their mates, and personally navigate their transformation into dads.
If you had glaring light on the dash of your truck, you wouldn’t just ignore it until you were stranded. You’re not surprised when your team’s coach sees his team is winded and calls a time-out. Why is calling a dad-time out or focusing on self-care so foreign for dads?…
The Honoring Fatherhood Program equips fathers to live with integrity and purpose and to strengthen the families, homes, and communities they are a part of. Participants receive education on topics like: parenting from the Native perspective, relationship guidance, and money management.
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Insights from Real Colorado Parents
“I was at the lowest low before I got pregnant, so when I got pregnant I was like, ‘Oh, shit!’ because I was homeless, everybody disowned me, I was on drugs, it was a whole mess. When I got pregnant, I just clicked that I just had to get better, because I just threw my whole life into her.”