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Promoting positive mental health can prevent some mental health disorders, and early intervention and treatment can lessen the impact of mental health disorders on our lives. Mental health disorders can interfere with regular activities and daily functioning, such as relationships, schoolwork, sleeping, and eating.  If you or your child feel like your child is experiencing a mental health concern, talk to your school counselor or nurse, or find additional resources below.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger call 911.

If you or someone you know is in need of mental health crisis support, help is available 24/7- Dial or Text 988

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please contact any of these services:

Hope Center Eagle River Valley
  • Eagle River Valley Crisis Line | 970-306-4673 (HOPE)
Colorado Crisis Line
  • 1-844-493-8255
  • Chat online or text TALK to 38255.
Crisis Text Line
  • Text 741741 from anywhere in the nation to reach a counselor.
Psychology Today Find a Therapist Provider Directory 
Eagle Valley Behavioral Health's Mountain Strong EAP- Provider Directory
  • Visit the Mountain Strong to connect with resources to support your own or someone else's mental health.

The Eagle County School District Calming Room is a virtual space for resources that help to relieve stress and anxiety, including guided meditations, puzzles & games, and live animal cameras.

Reporting Safety Concerns Anonymously

A key resource available to all of our students and families is Safe2Tell - an anonymous way for students, parents, school staff and community members to report concerns regarding their safety or the safety of others. To make an anonymous report, call 1-877-542-7233 to speak to a live, trained dispatcher.

Make a report using your smartphone by downloading the Safe2Tell Colorado mobile app from the Apple Store or Google Play.

Additional Resources