Parent Resources | Recursos para padres

Community Events we have offered in the past

Students aren’t the only ones learning about new things every day. Valverde Parents are always invited to special programs and events that will help them build upon their own skills and adapt new ones. The following are just a few community programs that are offered:

  • Parenting Partners: An eight-week parent workshop that focuses on how to become an actively engaged parent in their child’s social and emotional needs.
  • Monthly visits to the Center for Family Opportunity: which offers free classes to adults on a variety of subjects, including: Financial coaching, Career development, Job-seeking skills, Tax preparation, Legal clinics, ESL, GED Classes and Citizenship
  • We also offer family-focused nights three times year with different emphasis from literacy, science and cultural awareness.
  • Wraparound services: Medicaid application, Excel Energy assistance, Legal advice and much more!

To find about our next guest speakers or to attend one of these events please contact Cynthia Eames at 720-424-3288

Los estudiantes no son los únicos que aprenden cosas nuevas todos los días. Los padres de Valverde siempre están invitados a programas y eventos especiales que los ayudarán a desarrollar sus propias habilidades y adaptar otras nuevas. Los siguientes son solo algunos de los programas comunitarios que se ofrecen:

Para obtener información sobre nuestros próximos oradores invitados o para asistir a uno de estos eventos, comuníquese con Cynthia Eames al 720-424-3288

Resources | Recursos

Rent & Utilities |Alquiler y utilidades
Mental Health Services | Servicios de salud mental
  • For students who see community-based mental health providers at school (including Mental Health Center of Denver), please contact the provider for care options during the extended break.
  • Mental Health Center of Denver: To access mental health services please call Colorado Access at 303-504-7900.
  • Spanish Clinic: Mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence counseling available at Spanish Clinic (1400 Dayton Street, Aurora, CO 80010). Please call 303-934-3040 to reach the clinic and enroll directly. **Services are offered predominantly in Spanish but services in English are also available. Medicaid insurance is accepted.
  • Element of Discovery, Therapist of Color Collaborative (TOCC): 2101 S. Blackhawk St., Suite 240, Aurora, CO 80014. Call 303-881-1101 to reach clinic and enroll directly.
  • Aurora Mental Health: Please call Access Line at 303-617-2300 to enroll.
  • The Center for Trauma and Resilience: The agency provides a number of services, including hotlines, advocacy, therapeutic services, and legal assistance for immigrant survivors of domestic violence. Please call (303) 894-8000 (English) or (303) 718-8289 (Español) to access support or visit the website at
  • Family Support Line with Statewide resource for parents or primary caregivers with family concerns: English: 1-877-695-7996 / Español: 1-866-Las-Familias – (1-866-527-3264)
  • The Trevor Project (LGBTQI support hotline): Please call 1-866-488-7386 or text “Start” to 741-741
  • Colorado School Safety Hotline (Safe2Tell): Please call 1-877-542-SAFE
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: Please call 1-800-273-8255 (English) or 1-888-628-9454 (Spanish)
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: Please call 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)