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Social Work & Counseling

Providing proactive and developmentally-appropriate programming that fosters social and emotional growth, development, and exploration for all studentsIn partnership with teachers, administrators, parents, and the community, the School Social Worker and Counselor advocates for and support all students to reach their full potential by developing their strengths and talents to face challenges to be collaborative lifelong learners in order to be self-directed and well-prepared to confidently pursue college and career opportunities in the 21st century.  

The Four Major Components

  • Core SEL Curriculum and supports

  • Responsive Services

  • Indirect Student Services
  • Individual Student Planning 

These components make up the services provided to students, teachers, parents, staff and the community.  Each component provides a framework of how the school social worker/counselor will reach the stakeholders in the school.

Ashley Silva

Faculty Information

Title(s)
ES School Counselor
Sponsor Title
Bobcats on the Run Sponsor

Contact Information

Email
School Phone
970-577-5505

Brendan Doyle

Faculty Information

Title(s)
MS Counselor

Contact Information

Email
School Phone
970-586-4439   x3204

Stephanie Kline

Faculty Information

Title(s)
HS Counselor

Contact Information

Email
School Phone
970-586-5321   x3336

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

 

Need support now? If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available - call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org.

People who call or text the 988 number are connected to a trained counselor at a crisis center closest to them. If a local crisis center is too busy to respond right away, the call gets routed to one of 16 backup centers around the country.

More about the 988 crisis lifeline:

 

I Matter offers youth free therapy sessions

Colorado youth and their parents can visit IMatterColorado.org and YoImportoColorado.org to take a confidential online survey about their mental health and schedule sessions with a licensed behavioral health clinician.

The I Matter program provides up to six free mental health sessions with a licensed provider and is open to youth 18 years of age or younger, or 21 years of age or younger if receiving special education services. Per state law, youth 12 and older can consent to therapy. Parents of youth 11 and younger will need to take the survey and consent to services for their youth. Learn more on the I Matter website or at YoImportoColorado.org.