Mental Health Resources:
Community mental health centers and other resources are available for assistance with many concerns, including substance abuse, domestic violence, depression, child and family services, and more.
Dial 211 to locate resources in your area or go online to 211 Colorado
Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC): No cost risk and needs assessment services, mental health and substance abuse screening
Colorado Crisis Services: (available 24/7) Call: 1.844.493.8255 or Text “TALK” to 38255
If you would like assistance going through these resources or need additional support not listed here, please see Heather Powers, Kat, or Heather Golden.
Marijuana/Vaping Information for Parents
Bullying Information for Students and Parents
Medicaid Information and Resources
Colorado Peak - Apply for Medicaid (and other benefits)
Food Stamps & Food Bank Information
Colorado Peak - Apply for benefits, including EBT/Food Stamps
Hunger Free Colorado - Your Neighborhood Food Truck
Integrated Family Community Services Food Bank, Clothing Bank, and Other Resources
Food Bank of the Rockies
Additional Financial Resources
Lifeline Program - Free Cell Phone for Eligible Applicants
Internet Essentials - Low Cost Internet and Computers
Resources for Undocumented Students
All Englewood students have free access to Method Test Prep. See your counselor to get access.
Method Test Prep
Arapahoe Library - Study rooms, homework help and more
Postsecondary Research Resources
Cost of College Information