Social-Emotional Wellness
Supports & Resources

Does My Child Need Help

If you are a parent, then nobody has to tell you that parenting is probably the hardest job anybody will ever have. Sometimes, in spite of our very best efforts to provide our children with what they need, problems arise. Although it can feel overwhelming, frightening or embarrassing to think about, the consequences of not seeking help can be devastating. If you have concerns about how your child is doing socially, emotionally or behaviorally, then this booklet is for you. It has important information about many common problems that kids experience and what families can do to help. 

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Color) Mental Health Resources 

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective

BEAM is dedicated to the healing, wellness and liberation of Black and marginalized communities. 

We R Native

Resources for Indigenous youth that provide information on how to reach out or help a friend reach out. 

Asian Mental Health Collective

Building a community for Asian mental health support.

Latinx Therapy

Founded in 2018 to destigmatize mental health in the Latinx community.

MYPI Muslim Youth for Positive Impact

The MYPI mental wellness program is a youth-centered mental health support program by and for Muslim youth & their families.

LGBTQIA2+ Mental Health Resources

Mental Health America

LGBTQ+ Mental Health Information and Resources


LGBTQ+ Communities

LGBTQ+ Youth and Bullying

Rainbow Alley Denver 

 An affirming environment for LGBTQ youth (ages 11-21) and their allies. 

The Trevor Project Support Center 

The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people. 

National Alliance on Mental Illness

LGBTQ Mental Health Resources

Joy as Resistance

Increase radically inclusive, supportive spaces for queer youth in the Denver area.

Mental Health Counseling

Additional Mental Health Resources

National Association of School Psychologists

NASP has resources available to the public that support schools' efforts to promote school safety and the ability of youth to cope with crisis. There are free handouts on a variety of topics, including school violence, social media, and global events.

School Safety and Crisis

AllHealth Network

Nonprofit mental health organization providing counseling, psychiatry, crisis services, substance use treatment, and more.

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Information, support and advocacy

I Matter Colorado

I Matter provides at least three free behavioral health sessions for Colorado youth ages 18 or younger or 21 or younger if receiving special education services.

Colorado Behavioral Health Administration

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network

The mission of the NCTSN is to raise the standard of care and improve access to services for traumatized children, their families and communities throughout the United States.

Second Wind Fund exists to help youth at risk for suicide access professional counseling services by removing financial and social barriers.

Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning

Advancing Social and Emotional Learning

24/7 Hotlines

The Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Free and Confidential Support 

Colorado Crisis Center

Mental Health, Substance Use or Emotional Crisis Support 


Anonymous Report Line for Concerns and Threats 

Trevor Lifeline

A Safe and Judgment-Free Place to Talk 

Social-Emotional Learning & Suicide Prevention Programs in Cherry Creek Schools

In the Cherry Creek School District, we approach suicide prevention comprehensively through a broad range of initiatives and programs that serve to build resilience, teach students social-emotional skills, develop the whole child and create a safe and supportive learning environment.  

Second Step Social-Emotional Learning Program

Elementary & Middle Schools 

SOS - Signs of Suicide: Prevention Program

 Middle & High Schools 

Sources of Strength: Suicide Prevention Program

High Schools 

Together We Make the Difference

A message from Cherry Creek Schools students to families.  

CCSD Mental Health and Wellness Pages

Wellness Resources 

Mental Health Resources 

CCSD Mental Health Partnerships

Virtual Calming Room

Disclaimer:  The resources presented on this website are offered as a service and not an endorsement of any specific group or organization.