Mental Health Support for Children & Families

Just as we all have physical health, we all have mental health – even babies and young children! 

If you are looking for mental health support for yourself, your partner, or your child, there are many high-quality resources in our community to help. 

If you have Medicaid or private insurance, check with your insurance provider to see what your mental health benefits include and which providers are in your network.

Struggling with Pregnancy-Related Depression or Anxiety?

You are not alone. Find free and confidential support. Call the Postpartum Support Hotline at 1.800.944.4773.

Mental Health Support for Expecting Families

Find mental health resources for families who are expecting a baby or parenting young children through Parents Thrive Colorado.

Mental health resources in our community

Jefferson Center for Mental Health – Offers a full range of services and resources to support the mental health of children, youth and families, including treatment for people dealing from perinatal mental health challenges and their partners. Jefferson Center has locations in Jefferson, Gilpin and Clear Creek Counties. Contact 303-425-0300 or visit the website.

Colorado Crisis Services – Call 844-493-TALK (8255) or visit the website for immediate support from the Colorado Crisis Services. You can also visit the Wheat Ridge Walk-in Center at 4643 Wadsworth Blvd. Wheat Ridge, 80033.

Their Mental Health Begins with Someone Important: You!

Healthy social-emotional development is the foundation for lifelong mental health. As adults, we can intentionally support children’s social-emotional development at every age.

Substance Use Treatment During Pregnancy 

For families struggling with substance abuse during pregnancy or after the birth, there are confidential and non-judgmental resources in our community to support you.