Mental Health Efforts at Aspen School District
The following links provide access to resources on our school district campus or through our community - please peruse at your leisure and if you have any thoughts to share or corrections we should make, please contact Dr. Tom Heald at firstname.lastname@example.org
TRIAD EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
TRIAD Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Stresed, Distracted, Worried? Relief is available. As an employee of the Aspen School District, you and your family have access to free, confidential, professional, short-term, solution-focused consultation, resources and information. CLICK HERE to view the TRIAD EAP Network Providers.
ASPEN FAMILY CONNECTIONS
In 2016, Pitkin County, Aspen School District and a number of local organizations and community members teamed up to create Aspen Family Connections, designed to serve as a one-stop family resource center. Aspen Family Connections provides families with information on academic or emotional support organizations, financial assistance, extracurricular activities or summer camps. In addition, we offer a number of popular workshops (in connection with Family Matters) on parenting and education throughout the year.
MIND SPRINGS HEALTH
Mind Springs Health Aspen Office
Aspen’s Mind Springs Health provides outpatient counseling and therapy for a wide range of behavioral health problems. We treat people of all ages and services are offered on an income-based sliding scale. We look forward to helping you and your loved ones on your journey to mental well being.
ASPEN STRONG PROVIDER DIRECTORY
The Aspen Strong Provider Directory is an online, searchable database including providers and organizations supporting good mental hygiene practices in the Aspen to Parachute corridor. The directory connects individuals or referrals sources to direct mental health or addiction service providers.
ASPEN STRONG YOUTH TOOLKIT
For youth located in the Aspen to Parachute corridor, this site is a place for you to connect with people and to connect with resources. A safe, anonymous, confidential, place for you to build your emotional toolbox.
SAFE 2 TELL
Safe2Tell Colorado wants every student to know - telling isn't "snitching.” Telling is when you need to keep yourself or someone you know safe from threats, harmful behaviors or dangerous situations; and you can do it anonymously! Not sure if you should use Safe2Tell? If you don't, who will? We need your help to spread the word about Safe2Tell and take action to stop dangerous behaviors in our schools and community before they happen. By calling, you can help stop a friend from committing suicide, get another student off drugs, or stop a bully from making other people miserable. If you have information about any of these topics, please call or go online; don’t wait! To make a report, call 1-877-542-7233 from anywhere, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The call is free. The report is anonymous!