Integrated Services stems from Mapleton’s commitment to improving service and outcomes for children. Using a holistic approach to individual students and schools, Integrated Services aims to provide a comprehensive range of services at the school level and resources to respond to student needs.
Mental Health - Support for students and families
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact Colorado Crisis Services 1.844.493.8255 or text TALK to 38255.
If you are concerned about your safety or the safety of someone else, please contact Safe2Tell at 877-542-7233.
Colorado Crisis Services - A statewide resource that provides walk-in services for crisis intervention, referrals, or information. Crisis line: 1.844.493.8255 and Text “TALK” to 38255. The crisis support line and walk-in centers are confidential and are available 24/7/365. Safe to Tell – anonymous way for students, parents, and community members to report unsafe and risky behaviors before they grow out of control. 1-877-542-7233
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Provides 24/7, free and confidential support for anyone experiencing distress and suicidal thoughts. Additionally, the organization offers prevention and crisis resources. 1-800-273-8255
El Centro de las Familias – Part of the Mental Health Center of Denver, this is a multi-cultural clinic providing Spanish-language and bilingual outpatient mental health care to Denver’s Latino/Hispanic community. 303-504-7900
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week focuses on giving and caring the week before Thanksgiving. The observance serves as a reminder that hunger and homelessness don’t stop for the holidays. They continue all year long.
As many gather with families, we take time to consider what they are thankful for. At the same time, many of us turn our thoughts to those in need.
Many Americans live paycheck to paycheck. The struggle to keep the basic needs fulfilled is a daily obstacle. It takes only one misstep – an illness, injury or temporary job loss – to place many of us on the path to poverty, hunger, even homelessness. In the United States, 43.1 million Americans live below the poverty level. Of those, 1 in 5 are children living in poverty. Just over a half-million have nowhere to sleep at night.
All year long, food pantries, shelters, and other service organizations need support. They provide food, secure places to sleep, and other aid to those who need it most. These organizations require financial and service donations. Whether they are providing meals, clean towels, socks, or a place to rest, they’re vital to communities. Their services connect people to resources they may otherwise go without.
Supporting local organizations helps people find jobs, permanent homes, and treatment when needed.
Family Support Resources - This site offers links to housing support, food support, health care information, crisis lines, and other support resources for families.
- Free COVID-19 testing sites
- Can I go to school today?
- Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment - COVID in Colorado
- Tri-County Health Department COVID-19 resources
- Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with the Coronavirus Disease - National Association of School Psychologists
- Helping children cope with the stress of COVID-19 - World Health Organization
- CDC Mental Health and Coping
- CO HELP | 303.389.1687 or 1.877.462.2911
- Colorado Crisis Services 1-844-493-TALK (8255) Text to Talk 38255
- Safe 2 Tell Colorado 1-877-542-7233
- Mapleton Wellness
- Community Reach Center 303.853.3400
Executive Director of Integrated Services
Assistant Director of Integrated Services, Special Population
Secretary, Special Populations
Director of Integrated Services, Health Services
Secretary, Health Services
7350 N. Broadway, Denver, CO 80221