Mental Health Services of Denver provides programs for teens and young adults. These programs are specially designed to address the needs of adolescents in their transition to adulthood. These programs include crisis intervention, in home therapy, outpatient programs, youth justice initiatives, and more mental health resources to teenagers in the Denver area.
The city of Lakewood offers both shelter services and a variety of family resources. This includes child care, after school care, and family counseling programs. Further, they offer regular summer camps, teen camps and camps for those with special needs. They also operate shelters for those who are facing homelessness or need temporary housing.
Jefferson County Human Services provides multiple service snacks programs for adults and children living in Jefferson County. They have a family planning program which is available to all expecting families and mothers. This program includes STD, STI testing, female health exams, access to birth control and more. Additionally they have a fatherhood program, and child services.
The Crisis Line Latina SafeHouse provides bilingual and culturally sensitive services to Latina survivors of domestic violence and their families. Further information about their phone line is available on their website in both English and Spanish.
24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, adult and child therapy, legal advocacy, school outreach, community outreach. Program area includes multiple areas in Colorado. Call even if uncertain, they will provide to the best of their ability.
Ralston House Child Advocacy Center works with law enforcement, human services and legal professionals in the Jefferson, Adams, Gilpin and Broomfield counties. Their main priority is to provide a safe place to investigate child abuse cases. Additionally, They have medical clinics and provide housing. They also have multiple resources for family and victim services, some medical services and prevention training.
Programs and services to address the needs of victims of domestic abuse: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, counseling, case management, information and referrals, legal advocacy, community and peer education.
The Third Way Center provides care to high risk, mentally ill, disadvantaged and often homeless adolescents and their families. They have a variety of programs that range from residential child care to high school/GED completion guidance. In addition to those services, they provide substance abuse treatment and and vocational training programs.
The Tri County Health Teen Clinic provides medical care, education and more to teenagers in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. While they offer many health services they have special programs regarding teen pregnancy and teen health. For more information regarding the resources (free birth control, still testing etc) they provide please visit their website.