Boulder Valley School District

Key Family Supports

Boulder Valley School District wants all families to have access to helpful resources and supports.

Below you will find information about:

  • Key BVSD supports
  • Ways to get involved and stay informed
  • Who to contact if you need help
  • A wide array of community resources and services

Key BVSD Supports and Services


Don't know where to start? Contact the Family hotline at 720-770-0102 or via email at familias@bvsd.org or families@bvsd.org.

You can also start by calling your child's school front office. Contact information for all schools can be found here.

Get Involved and Stay Informed

Issues and Concerns

Organization committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of children. Currently assisting families in need with hygiene kits and other basic needs. Also contains links to other resources related to COVID-19. 

Phone: 303-466-4272

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Discount fares are available for all seniors 65+, individuals with disabilities, Medicare recipients, and youth (ages 6-19). Children five years of age or younger ride free with a fare-paying adult (limit three children with each fare-paying adult). An income-based fare discount is available for qualifying riders who enroll in RTD’s LiVE Program.

Phone: 720-944-4347     Email: DHS_RTD_LiVE@denvergov.org

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Services for survivors of domestic violence and their children. Their shelter continues to operate at this time. Currently they are also offering counseling and legal advocacy services through phone or video conferencing. If you or someone you know needs help with an abusive relationship, contact their 24/7 crisis and information line at 303-444-2424 or hotline@safehousealliance.org

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El Círculo de Bienestar Emocional (Emotional Wellbeing Circle) is a program for Spanish speaking community members ages 18+ in need of emotional support or coaching and who are unable to otherwise access mental health services. CBE also offers workshops and group therapy, currently being conducted via Zoom.

Phone: 303-443-9899     Email: elena@elcentroamistad.org

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A Queer Endeavor is a nationally recognized center for gender and sexual diversity in education. Our work supports teachers and school communities to organize safer, more humanizing learning environments for LGBTQ+ youth, families, and staff. Aiming toward creating schools that are safer and more affirming of LGBTQ+ and gender-expansive youth, A Queer Endeavor seeks partnerships with educators and school communities to make “unworkable” the silence that historically has surrounded topics of gender and sexual diversity in education.
P: 303-492-8399
E: aqueerendeavor@colorado.edu
Website: http://aqueerendeavor.org/

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Working independently and in collaboration, Out Boulder County facilitates connection, advocacy, education, research and programs to ensure LGBTQ+ people and communities thrive in Boulder County and beyond.
They envision a world where LGBTQ+ people and communities thrive in an inclusive, equitable, just and connected world. 
Phone: 303.499.5777
Email: mmoore@outboulder.org - Mardi Moore
Website: https://www.outboulder.org/

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NAACP

The Education Committee is focused on the opportunity gaps between students of Color, students in economic need, and students learning English. The committee addresses structural racism within our schools, including disproportionate discipline, bullying, and special education identification of students of color as well as advocating toward more equitable long-term outcomes and access. 
Phone: (720) 310-5165   Email: alicia.graves@me.com 
 

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Boulder County provides services to our community members with respect and regardless of race, ethnicity, gender expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, political affiliation, age, religion, body shape, size, and ability. All people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of citizenship status. In the link above, you will find immigrant  resources that help Boulder County residents know their rights and where to get help.

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YWCA Boulder County is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. The YWCA has been providing a continuum of vital services to the women, children, and families of Boulder for over 95 years. 
Phone: (303) 443-0419 x101    Email: dpope@ywcaboulder.org

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