Youth Resources

Mental Health Partners responded to a request by Broomfield Health and Human Service Child Welfare Department to supply additional support to families in Broomfield during the COVID 19 Health Crisis.  Many parents are struggling with the stress of parenting full time, in their home, with little or no external supports and additional demands of teaching on top of parenting.  The Broomfield Team create a help line for the parents for Broomfield.

During the COVID 19 health crisis you can call for parenting support or coaching at Mental Health Partners 970-528-0513, Monday thru Fridays 9am-11am.

MHP’s KidConnects & Community Infant Program also provides a Warm Line at (303)245-4418 for additional parental support.  This service is available year round during business hours for parents of 0-5 years old.

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Report child abuse or neglect at Colorado’s Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline 1-844-CO-4KIDS. Or Local Help:
Boulder County Department of Housing and Human Services: 303-441-1309;
Online Contact: www.bouldercounty.org/departments/housingand-human-services/contact-us/
Blue Sky Bridge: 303-444-1388; email: info@blueskybridge.org
Suicide Prevention Resources
Suicide Prevention
24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line: 1-844-493-TALK (8255)
If You’re a Young Person Who Needs Housing
You Can Contact Attention Homes Free Resource Hotline +1 720-282-1626