Resources For Teens

Support Groups, Events, Resources

Find Support and Hope – You Are Not Alone

Need help navigating these mental health resources?

Mental health navigation is a new and unique service that helps Summit County teenagers walk through the complex system of mental health care and gets people connected to the appropriate resource when they experience barriers to access. Use our self-service mental health navigation tool or connect with a mental health navigator to find the services that would be most beneficial for you.

THE HYPE LOGO

Join The Hype at our next event! The HYPE is a Building Hope youth connection program providing free activities and events for Summit Youth ages 12-18.

These events are free and fun while providing connection and an opportunity to gain self-confidence and a stronger sense of self. Advanced registration required. Check out the calendar here.

Resources

Crisis Resources

Colorado Crisis Resources (24/7) – 1-844-493-8255 

Call 911 and ask for the SMART team

 

Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse
The Summit Safe Parking Program

Do you work in Summit County?
Live in your vehicle?
This program was designed for you!

Call, email or text:
unshelteredsummit@gmail.com  / 970.368.2204

Building Community By Supporting People Wherever They Are In Life.

summit safe parking program

Support Groups

Grief Support Group

Grief Support Group

If you are struggling with grief and loss related to the loss of a loved one. 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7 pm. Contact Mo Flannagan 970.389.6644

Club Forget Me Not

Contact Stacy Smith at stacybreck@gmail.com

 

Live Well Teens - Free Weekly Mental Wellness Online Support Group

Live Well Teens

Free Weekly Mental Wellness Support Group

Therapy Tribe Teen Support Groups
Teen Line Online

Teen Line Online

Free, anonymous, confidential online chat with trained listeners/therapists.

Al-Anon

Al-A-Teen

A Place for teens affected by someones else’s alcoholism 

 

Resilience 1220
DBT ( Dialectical Behavior Therapy) Skills Group

What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy?

– Evidence-based practice, proven effective in reducing emotional distress and suffering
– Helpful in treating personality, mood, and anxiety disorders
– Increases skillful decision-making and motivation, improves relationships, and creates more balance
– Core concepts: Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness

For Middle School age Summit County students, male and female ⦁ Fridays 3:30 – 4:30 PM ⦁ Led by Megan Parocha, MSW, LSW, SSP • Location: Building Hope Summit County Office, 701 Granite St. #207, Frisco, CO 80443

Please Contact Megan Parocha at parmeg27@gmail.com to set up a free phone consultation.

Wild Youth Passages

A weekly experiential therapy group for teens (13-14) & (15-18) looking to build resiliency and improve their mental health. We will embark on a journey of self-discovery and growth.

Interested? Contact Kristen Greenwald, LCSW at kgreewaldlcsw@gmail.com for more information and an application packet.

We’re All Imperfect. You Are Not Alone.

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BUILDING HOPE CANNOT SUPPORT CRISIS CALLS. IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS, PLEASE CALL 911 AND ASK FOR SMART TEAM ASSISTANCE.  OR FOR NON-EMERGENT NEEDS CALL COLORADO CRISIS SERVICES AT 844-493-8255 OR Text “TALK” to 38255.

Address

Office: 701 Granite St #270, Frisco, CO 80443

Mail: PO Box 1771, Frisco, CO 80443

Call Us

(970) 485-6271

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