Board of Education Bullying Policies
It takes a village. Alongside our BVSD staff and resources, there are so many great organizations and resources in our community to support our students and families. Explore by category below.
Board of Education Bullying Policies
Mental Health Walk in Crisis Clinic
3180 Airport Rd
303-447-1665 - Just call this number when you arrive at the clinic so they can let you in.
Provides English Language education, resources and training that create meaningful connections, build cultural awareness, and inspire confidence in adult learners. English is taught the “Intercambio way”, which builds connections and inspires confidence in their students, helping their students build successful lives.
TRU Community Care also provides Grief Services – extensive resources for people of all ages and phases of the grief process.
Support Line - 844.493.TALK (8255)
Colorado Crisis Text - text TALK to 38255
Colorado Crisis Chat - click here
Find information about mental health and helpful resources on the BVSD Mental Health page.
During these times of stress and uncertainty as we navigate the 20/21 school year, it is essential to make sure we are taking care of our own, and our students', mental health. Explore the resources on this page to support you and your family members during this time .
Find information about violence prevention and helpful resources on the BVSD Violence Prevention page.
Find information about suicide prevention and helpful resources on the BVSD Suicide Prevention page.
Find information about sexual violence and abuse and helpful resources on the BVSD Sexual Violence and Abuse page.
Find information about substance abuse and helpful resources on the BVSD Substance Abuse page.
Find information about grief and loss and helpful resources on the BVSD Grief and Loss page.
Find information about bullying and helpful resources on the BVSD Bullying page.
Hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people.
24/7 crisis line, text, or online chat, resources and education programs.
1-866-488-7386 or text
Trevor to 202-304-1200
GLBT social and support groups, counseling services.
Offers support and counseling for LGBTIQ youth 13-18 throughout Boulder County
A Precious Child assists children and families facing difficult life challenges such as abuse and neglect, crisis situations and poverty.
Community Food Share is a food bank fighting hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties by providing access to fresh, nutritious food through local partners and its onsite and mobile pantries.
FISH is a non-profit organization that provides food, emergency financial assistance and one-on-one mentoring support to Broomfield residents in need.
Food bank (for the elderly, families with children, and disabled). Assistance with rent, utilities & security deposits, gas vouchers, bus tokens, and medical expenses.
Residents of East Boulder County residing in Lafayette, Louisville, Superior or Erie (in Boulder County) may qualify for services (including family education, advocacy, drive thru food bank, emergency financial).
No-cost organization devoted to providing research-based care to grieving children and their families.
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.
Legal advocacy-clinics,permanent & temporaryprotection orders, assistance with divorce/custody issues.
Counseling, divorce and separation, parenting classes, domestic violence, supervised parenting, and support groups.
Advancing the well-being of all Coloradans through relationships free from abuse and oppression.
Free services. Domestic violence safe shelter, emergency services, counseling and advocacy center, Spanish services.
24-hour Crisis and Information Line: 303-318-9979
Counseling and outreach services; young women’s support group; temporary shelter for girls up to 18 and boys up to 16.
24-Hour Crisis Line: 303-289-4441
SPAN is a human rights organization committed to ending violence against adults, youth and children through support, advocacy, education and community organizing.
24-Hour Crisis Hotline - 303.444.2424 or email: HOTLINE@SAFEHOUSEALLIANCE.ORG
Speak confidentially if experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources, or questioning unhealthy relationships.
24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Child, youth and family services, outpatient counseling, case management, substance use, crisis services, housing, vocational services.
Outpatient, family services, substance use, community integration and rehabilitation, trauma, crisis services.
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.
The Boulder Valley School District is dedicated to ensuring that every student succeeds, including those under foster care.
Every student learns differently. BVSD is committed to providing all students with the supports they need. We have created a continuum of services, designed to help the youngest learners to recent high school graduates.
Through the Multi-Tiered System of Supports, we provide more targeted and intensive help for students who need it -- both academically and social/emotionally.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act prohibits discrimination based on disability.
For more information about accommodations under Section 504, click here.
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.