Resources for Coping with Tragedy

Coping with tragedy is difficult. If you or someone you know has been impacted by tragedy, know that Eagle Valley Behavioral Health is here to help. There are multiple resources for children, adults and families experiencing tragedy, grief and loss below. 

For those experiencing emotional distress and in need of immediate assistance, please contact the Hope Center (970-306-4673) or the Colorado Crisis Center (844-493-8255).

Resources:

  • Eagle County School District: Mental Health & Community Resources. Learn More >
  • Mountain Strong Peer Support Groups: Free local peer support groups in Eagle County. Learn More >
  • Olivia's Fund: Scholarship program providing financial assistance to anyone who lives or works in Eagle County to help pay for behavioral health services for up to six sessions per person per year for anyone who faces a financial barrier to seeking behavioral health treatment. Learn More >
  • Speak Up Reach Out: Whether you're feeling depressed, worried about a loved one, or missing someone who meant the world to you, help is just a click away. Learn More >
  • National Association of School Psychologists: Helping Children Cope With Loss, Death, and Grief. Tips for Teachers and Parents. Learn More >
  • HelpGuide: Coping with Grief and Loss. Learn More > 
  • Coalition to Support Grieving Students: Family Resources. Learn More > 
  • Child Mind Institute: Helping Children Cope with Grief. Learn More >

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