Parent Resources

Below you will find several links that direct you to resources for your family and children. If you need support in connecting with a resource, please call the main office at 303-387-4500 and ask for the School Social Worker or School Psychologist.


Douglas County Youth Resource Guide

This resource is a comprehensive guide to a variety of resources. Resources include information on mental health supports, arts and culture, child welfare, cyber safety, dental care, domestic violence, driver instruction, GLBTQ, grief, health, legal assistance and more. You can also check out the Douglas County Youth Initiative website.

Families First Colorado

Families First provides services which strengthen families, empower parents, and nurture children. Families First is available to anyone parenting a child, and they help all parents - single parents, teen parents, Dads, grandparents (raising their grandchildren), Spanish-speaking parents. They are a non-judgmental, welcoming place where parents and children can get support. Families First provides a Family Support Line, a Circle of Parents® Support Groups, Parent Education Classes, and other services.

Love and Logic Institute

Love and Logic is a parenting philosophy founded in 1977 by Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline, M.D. It is the approach of choice among leading educators, parents, and other professionals worldwide. The Love and Logic Institute is dedicated to making parenting and teaching fun and rewarding, instead of stressful and chaotic. They provide practical tools and techniques that help adults achieve respectful, healthy relationships with their children. All of our work is based on a psychologically sound parenting and teaching philosophy called Love and Logic®.

Parenting PhD

Parenting PhD is brought to you by the Parenting Coalition of Douglas County. The Parenting Coalition is a collaborative effort between parents, the school district, law enforcement, youth initiatives, private therapists, recreational programs, domestic violence specialists, learning specialists and other community members dedicated to identifying the real needs of Douglas County families and implementing effective strategies to address those needs. The Parenting Coalition meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m.

Family Resource Pavilion

The Family Resource Pavilion is a community partnership that provides a comprehensive network of support services to young people and their families. Please call them directly at 720-213-1400. Families may call and participate in a free strengths-based assessment that is then used to link families and children to an appropriate service.

Douglas County Financial Assistance Resources

This link includes other links to resources that provide financial assistance to meet various needs such as low income energy assistance, burial assistance, emergency assitance and more.