Boulder Valley School District

Support for Students

In the Boulder Valley School District, we strive to support all students so that they feel safe and supported on a daily basis. There are times when students require additional support.

Immediate Support

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Supports through Schools

BVSD Schools have staff in different roles that help students with social/emotional and mental health needs. Schools also use a variety of different programs to support students. 

All School Programs and Supports

BVSD and Community Resources

It takes a village. Explore the BVSD and community resources below by these categories.


BVSD is committed to providing a safe learning and work environment where all members of the school community are treated with dignity and respect. The district prohibits discrimination and harassment against all members of the school community on the basis of physical characteristics.

Policy AC - Nondiscrimination/ Equal Opportunity

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Judi's House for grieving children and families

No-cost organization devoted to providing research-based care to grieving children and their families.



  • Grief&Loss
Gateway domestic violence services

Gateway’s 24-hour Crisis Line can be a victim’s first step towards making others aware of their situation and getting help.  Their Crisis Line is staffed with counselors and trained volunteers.


  • Domestic Violence and Abuse

Legal advocacy-clinics,permanent & temporaryprotection orders, assistance with divorce/custody issues.



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  • Domestic Violence and Abuse
Family Tree

Counseling, divorce and separation, parenting classes, domestic violence, supervised parenting, and support groups.



  • Domestic Violence and Abuse
Safehouse Denver

Free services. Domestic violence safe shelter, emergency services, counseling and advocacy center, Spanish services.

24-hour Crisis and Information Line: 303-318-9979


  • Domestic Violence and Abuse

Mental Health Walk in Crisis Clinic
3180 Airport Rd
Boulder, CO 

303-447-1665 - Just call this number when you arrive at the clinic so they can let you in.

  • mental health
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MESA- Moving to End Sexual Assault logo

Survivors who have experienced sexual violence, and their loved ones can text “BRAVE” to 20121 to receive emotional support, advocacy, resources, and information about MESA’s services.

  • Sexual violence
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The intention of the federal McKinney-Vento law and the Boulder Valley School District is to remove all barriers to enrollment, attendance, and academic success that children and youth who do not have permanent housing might face.