Local Support & Resources

Local Support & Resources

A List of Local Support and Resources for Parents, Students, and Teachers


Resources for Parents

Aspen Family Connections– a one-stop family resource center. Aspen Family Connections links families to a wide range of resources: academic and emotional support, financial assistance, extracurricular activities, summer camps and more.
Aspen Family Connections– 970.205.7025

Aspen Community FoundationCOVID 19 Regional Response Efforts
Healthcare and Essential Human Needs- (food, rent and utility services, emergency services for those impacted by the virus)

Mental Health and Wellness
Find Inner Strength and Cultivate Resilience– Movement as Medicine for Women

Connections: Aspen Hope Center
How to Talk about Mental Health

Aspen Strong Youth Toolkit– *directed at High School Students

Mindsprings– A community-based resource providing valuable articles and hands on support.




Free Counseling Support: Colorado Spirit is a FEMA-funded recovery program to provide disaster survivors with community-based outreach, stress and resilience education,and connection to mental health and other community resources.



Resources to share with Students

Upcoming classes: https://focusedkids.org/classes-workshops/

Amanda Peterson 379.9869 is offering a class for kids on Monday, December 21st titled Make Your Own Calm Down Kit. Amanda also offers online support to children dealing with grief issues and ADHD. You can find her class and others at:


Resources for Teachers

Mindful Schools