Enrichment at STEM includes after-school care, clubs and activities.
Students, families and staff have access to a variety of emotional and mental health supports. This page outlines the resources available.
|Resource||What is it?||How to contact|
|Grief support for children ages 3-25 and their families. Also grief support groups for middle schools.||720-941-0331|
|Talk-line and text-line for kids, teens and young adults staffed by counselors.||
1-800-448-3000 (24 hrs)
Text VOICE to 20121
|Talk-line and text-line for teens staffed by teens.||
1-800-TLC-TEEN (6-10 p.m. PST)
Text TEEN to 839863 (6-9 p.m. PST)
|Anonymously report anything that concerns or threatens you, your friends, your family or your community.||
Talk-line with 24/7, free and confidential support.
800-273-TALK (8255) (24 hrs.)
|Confidential hotline to access crisis services in Colorado||
1-844-793-TALK (8255) (24 hrs.)
|Free app with details of how to make your own safety plan to help guide you through difficult moments and stay safe.|
|Community behavior health center serving Arapahoe & Douglas Counties. Counseling services available for all ages. No one is turned away due to inability to pay. Most insurance plans accepted.||
Info & Appointments:
Walk-in Crisis Center (24 hrs./7 days)
5500 S Sycamore St, Littleton, CO 80120
STEM Center for Strength uses evidence-based practices to create programming to promote your recovery and resilience.
After the incident of mass violence on May 7, 2019, the STEM School Highlands Ranch found its community changed forever. In the aftermath, students, parents, staff and our community have worked tirelessly to recover from the impact of those events while continuing to maintain a familial and educational environment for the STEM School Highlands Ranch.
In the weeks following that spring day, the school identified Colorado non-profit, community mental health provider AllHealth Network to provide guidance for the mental health needs of the STEM School Highlands Ranch. AllHealth Network, with assistance from the Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance and the Office of Victims of Crime, secured a federal grant from the Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program to fund a physical space to provide resiliency services, counseling, education and resources for the STEM School Highlands Ranch community. This space was named by students as the STEM Center for Strength.
The goal of STEM Center for Strength is to provide on-site behavioral health support, social connection, educational opportunities and wellness programming in a warm, inviting space dedicated to recovery and resilience.
The mission of STEM Center for Strength is to promote recovery and resilience for the STEM School Highlands Ranch community through social connection and wellness programming.
STEM Center for Strength is supported by an Advisory Committee composed of representatives from STEM School Highlands Ranch stakeholders, involved agencies, and community members who meet monthly to inform, guide, and support the center in its mission.