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Counseling

Please check out the website YourLifeYourVoice.org. The site offers advice, tips, and tools on a wide range of different topics. There is also a counseling link that students can call 24 hours a day if help is needed.

Below is a list of resources, should you have a concern that your child or another child may be experiencing behavioral changes, mood swings, depression, or suicidal thoughts.

 

Call 911 if there is an immediate threat to the child or others

 

Colorado Crisis Services: 1-844-493-TALK (8255)

 

DCSD Mental Health Intervention website

Mobile apps for wellness and recovery

Let’s Talk Colorado (Douglas County Government and Tri-County Health campaign)

Douglas County has an anonymous reporting system available at all times. Anyone with a concern for someone’s well-being or safety can use Safe 2 Tell (1-877-542-7233) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Resources for Families

DCSD Resouces for Famailies

WHO – Helping Children Cope with Stress during the 2019-nVoC outbreak

 

Resources for how to talk to your child about Coronavirus

Helping Kids Who are Worried About Coronavirus

Coronavirus: How To Talk To Your Child

BrainPOP – Coronavirus

 

Resources FOR KIDS about Coronavirus
(PLEASE REVIEW THESE FIRST AS YOU KNOW YOUR CHILD BEST AND WHAT IS APPROPRIATE CONTENT FOR HIM/HER)

USA TODAY – Here’s what you need to know

 

Story to help Children Understand Coronavirus

A Story To Help Children Understand Coronavirus