Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Information
Reaching out and asking for help can include not only the school counselor but other trusted adults and organizations for mental health or crisis support. Many location and national resources are available for assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
During school hours, the Caprock School Counselors are also available to assist with additional information or resources.
Colorado Crisis Services (1-844-493-TALK (8255))
This service provides confidential and immediate support for anyone in crisis. A crisis could be struggling with mental health issues, suicidal thoughts, relationship struggles, stress, bullying, depression, anxiety and other concerns you may have.
Visit: “Chat Now” at http://coloradocrisisservices.org
Text: TALK to 38255
Crisis Text Line (Text “HOME” to 741741)
This service will connect you with a trained crisis counselor allowing you to text anonymously. Counselors will help those who text them remain calm and safe until they get further help.
Mind Springs Health Local Crisis Line (1-888-207-4004)
24 hours a day and seven days a week support for a mental health crisis situation. This number can also provide information about local services.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255)
Free and confidential support for those who are having suicidal thoughts. This is prevention and intervention resource for those who want to help themselves, a friend or a family member in distress as well as this is a support service for mental health professionals.
Visit: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org and click “CHAT”
Safe2Tell is a completely anonymous service to immediately send your tip to 911, school security and the administration. This is a safe way to report a number of issues such as bullying, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, sexual assault, assault, eating disorders or a school shooting threat.
Download: The Safe2Tell app from the Apple or Google Play app store.
Signs of Suicide Parent Portal
We are excited to announce that Caprock Academy is utilizing a brand new resource, the SOS Signs of Suicide Portal, as a part of our school-wide suicide prevention efforts. Log in to this free educational site for information on warning signs and risk factors for youth suicide, access useful resources, and to learn more about the key message all students will learn: ACT (Acknowledge, Care, Tell). You can preview the video your student will watch and take an anonymous online mental health screening on behalf of your child.
To access this mental health resource, visit www.sossignsofsuicide.org and enter: