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Mental Health Resources:

I’m Still Standing: Parent Support Through COVID-19
1 Year Anniversary of School Shutdown Edition

PDF iconCovid Virtual Workshop Ongoing 2 20 2021 Final.pdf

Thursday 3/11/2021
8:00 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.

Topics: What have we learned so far? What is the road
ahead? Let’s talk about it.

Survey: Please fill out this 5 to10 minute survey by 3/4/2021 to
help guide our talk.

Note: Registration is required for event.

Workshop will occur via Zoom:
Email Questions to Scott Cypers at


Considering the current COVID-19 pandemic, everyone is facing some uncertainty. Broomfield Youth for Youth wants to provide resources to help peers during this time. These ideas and resources are hopefully helpful!


At a time when people have to physically distance ourselves, what should people do to stay connected? Here are some resources and ideas:


Is COVID-19 making you feel more stressed than normal? Here are some resources that may help you:

  • Crisis Text Line: This resource allows you to text HOME to 741741 for free 24/7 support from a trained crisis counselor. Learn more
  • LGBTQIA Resources: LGBTQ youth may be particularly vulnerable to negative mental health impacts associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Call the TrevorLifeLine at 1.866.488.7386 for support. The Trans Lifeline’s Hotline, 1.877.565.8860, is also available to provide peer support.
  • Know the facts: To reduce anxiety and stress, always refer to and share accurate information about COVID-19. Get the most updated information here:
    • City and County of Broomfield (CCOB) follow on Facebook and Twitter


Are you feeling like turning to substances as a way to cope? Here are some other ideas or tips to help you:

  • Natural Highs: This program, based in Boulder, focuses on empowering teens as leaders around positive peer culture. Check out their free, online academy.
  • 102 Things to Do While Social Distancing: This list, created by one of our members, Gabrielle, provides a variety of activities to keep you busy, including some activities to keep you connected to others.
  • Rise Above Colorado: Is empowering youth to live a life free of drug use. This Colorado-based organization has a variety of resources, including information on how to rise above drug misuse, facts about drugs, and helpful articles written by teens. Visit the iRise website        
  • Find a provider who specializes in substance use disorders, addiction and mental health.  
  • Find resources to quit tobacco and vaping.


Broomfield Youth for Youth (Y4Y) was established in 2018 and is comprised of local middle school and high school-aged youth. Y4Y collaborates with CTC by providing a youth voice for the coalition. The group is focused on three areas to help teens lead healthy lives:

  • Youth substance use prevention
  • Improved well-being 
  • Forming positive relationships.  

Follow on Instagram #broomfieldy4y. If you are interested in learning more, please email



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