Our Kids First Fund provides access to essential mental health care and critical educational resources to kids in need in our community. Financial assistance is based on annual household income along with other qualifying criteria and is exclusively for kids ages 18 and younger or kids up to 21 years of age who are receiving special education services.
APPLICATIONS FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED.
We encourage you apply so that you remain on our waitlist. For more information please contact Lelia Davis at
The IMatter program can connect you with a therapist for up to 6 free virtual counseling sessions (some in-person appointments available, too) that are completely confidential. .
If you’re 11 or younger, your parent or guardian must fill out the survey with you.
If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. Call or text 988 or chat
Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid program) members are eligible for behavioral health services, including mental health and substance use disorder care.
IOYS builds access, equity, and power with LGBTQIA2+ young people, through leadership, advocacy, community-building, education, and peer support.
Second Wind Fund has built an innovative program that matches children and youth, ages 19 and younger, who are at risk for suicide and do not have the means or adequate insurance for necessary mental health treatment, with licensed therapists in their local communities or potentially via teletherapy.
The Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP) provides discounted health care services to low income people and families. CICP is not a health insurance program. Services vary by providers.
You must be 18 and older
You must be at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
You must be lawfully present in the United States and a legal resident of Colorado
You cannot be eligible for Health First Colorado or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)
Colorado Crisis Services is the statewide behavioral health crisis response system offering residents mental health, substance use or emotional crisis help, information and referrals. Its mission is to strengthen Colorado’s mental health system by providing Coloradans with greater access to crisis services wherever they are at 24/7/365 regardless of ability to pay.
Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Partnership has served the Pikes Peak Region since 1993, providing free suicide resources and support services to increase awareness, provide education, and connect individuals and organizations to needed resources.