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Counselor Resources

Below is a list of resources and helps for teachers, students and parents. This is a living list. If you have suggestions or recommendations, please send look_it_up_Tthem to Jim Cunningham.

Free hard-copy resources

Community Resources

Topical Resources

Abuse

Behavioral Health Hospitals

Aspen Pointe Crisis Centers                                     719-635-7000
Cedar Springs Hospital                                             719-633-4114
Highlands Behavioral Health                                  720-348-2800
Peak View Behavioral Health                                  719-444-8484

Book Lists

Bullying

Character

Divorce

Drug abuse/information

Education

Gifted and Talented

Gifted and Talented Books:

Grief and loss

Internet safety

Personality Tests

Self-esteem (girls)

Social media 

Suicide

Emergency and Crisis Services

Walk-In Crisis Services
Crisis Stabilization Unit
115 S Parkside Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
Crisis Text Line:
Text “HELLO” to 741741
Colorado Crisis Services:
844-493-TALK (8255)
Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Hotline:
844-496-8255
National Hopeline Network:
1-800-442-HOPE (4673)
Linea Nacional de Esperanza:
800-SUICIDA
Safe-to-Tell:
800-542-SAFE
24/7 Addiction Support (SAMHSA):
800-662-HELP (4357)

Counselor Tips

Can’t give what you don’t have

Fear and Regulation

Managing Holiday Stress

The Homework Battle – Part I

The Homework Battle – Part II

Starting the Conversation

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Suicide Risk Factors