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OwnPath is a searchable web-based tool for all Coloradans to search for behavioral health care providers who are licensed by the Colorado Behavioral Health Administration (BHA). Search for specific services and providers, or use a guided search to identify which resources are best for you! Narrow your search by location, hours, language support, payment accepted, and more.
Real parents share real stories on their experiences with mental health struggles, pregnancy loss, transitioning into parenthood, substance use, and everything in between.
Parentline Colorado is a free telebehavioral health service offering brief, strategic psychotherapy through video chat and telephone to pregnant and postpartum families with children up to age five. Click here to view the flyer in Spanish.
Alma is a home visitation program for pregnant parents or caregivers that take care of little ones up to the age of three and live in SW Denver/East Jeffco neighborhoods. Through home visits, Alma community companions work alongside families to practice skills that support family wellbeing, build-up their strengths, and make connections in the community.
Right Start is a mental health program for pregnant women and families with children ages birth to 5 years. They provide help when there are concerns about a child’s emotions, behavior or development, or when parenting becomes difficult.
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.
Child First helps struggling families in these Colorado counties build strong, nurturing relationships that heal and protect young children from the devastating impact of trauma and chronic stress. Through a two-generation approach, Child First provides psychotherapy to parents and children together in their homes, and connects them with the services they need to make healthy child development possible.
Raise the Future maintains a directory of Colorado-licensed mental health professionals for child, youth, and family referrals.
CO Wellness Recovery is a mental wellness and addiction recovery guide. It's a free resource for Coloradans considering recovery. Talk with someone, find treatment, learn what to expect from treatment, or find resources for caregivers.
Recommendations for Parents Seeking Supports for Pregnancy-Related Depression and Anxiety in Colorado.
With options ranging from a free support group to evidence-based mother-infant group psychotherapy, Healthy Expectations draws upon experts from various medical and mental health disciplines to support pregnant women and women struggling with mood and anxiety issues after delivery.
A virtual therapy group for women with high-risk pregnancies.
Find a therapist, psychiatrist, treatment center, or support group near you.
This groundbreaking work has forged a portal of access for the community that is responsive, representative, trauma-informed, and delivered with compassion to advance mental health equity in communities of color.
Listed on this page are good post-adoption depression resources for you that provide non-judgmental support, information, and connection with others.
APDC serves and supports all immigrant and refugee communities with a whole health, community-based engagement approach through health, education, and advocacy. Their mental health services provide culturally competent, community based, and consumer driven services.
PSI Volunteer Support Coordinators are available to offer peer support, information, and resources for military families. Visit their website to find your branch and contact one of PSI’s dedicated volunteers. PSI also offers a weekly online support group for military families.
A summary of the clinical services offered by the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to promote women’s mental health.
This resource has been designed by Maternal Mental Health NOW to help you feel prepared to adjust to the emotional demands, joys, and stressors of trying to conceive, pregnancy and parenting.
A confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities for substance use/addiction and/or mental health problems.
MotherWise's program includes 6 weeks of workshops plus one-on-one coaching for mothers on knowing themselves, what healthy relationships are to them, communication and relationship skills for all kinds of relationships, and connecting with a newborn baby.
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Insights from Real Colorado Parents
“Don’t feel peer-pressured by everyone that thinks they are the ‘perfect’ parent. The perfect parent doesn’t exist. Bottom line: you know your child better than anyone and don’t let anyone make you believe otherwise. Every child is different and what works for one child doesn’t work for another.”