Recovery Addiction and Rehab

American Addiction Centers
https://americanaddictioncenters.org/

American Addiction Center – Projectknow.com
https://projectknow.com/

Addiction Help
https://www.addictionhelp.com/

Addiction Recovery Guide
https://www.addictionrecoveryguide.org/

Addiction Resource (.COM)
Rehab Centers in Colorado
https://addictionresource.com/drug-rehab/colorado/

Addiction Resource (.NET)
Rehab Centers in Colorado
https://www.addictionresource.net/best-drug-rehab-centers/colorado/

Addiction Treatment Division
https://www.addictiontreatmentdivision.org/

Aspen Ridge Recovery Centers
Funding for Rehab/Recovery- Roaring Fork Valley
https://awayout.org/

A Way Out
Funding for Rehab/Recovery- Roaring Fork Valley
https://awayout.org/

Jaywalker Lodge
Men’s Addiction and Mental Health Treatment in Colorado
https://jaywalkerlodge.com/

Recovery Cafe Network
Serving people who have experienced trauma and the results of trauma like homelessness, substance use disorder, addiction, and other mental health challenges.
https://recoverycafenetwork.org/

Resources in Colorado for help with addiction recovery

The Recovery Village Palmer Lake
Resource for recovery and suicide.
https://www.palmerlakerecovery.com/resources/family-and-friends/

Recovery Resources Colorado
https://www.recoveryresourcescolorado.org/

Recovery Team
https://www.recoveryteam.org/

Resume Builder
Employment Resources for People Recovering From Substance Abuse Issues
https://www.resumebuilder.com/employment-guide-for-people-in-substance-abuse-recovery/

Recovery Resources Colorado
https://www.recoveryresourcescolorado.org/

Riverwalk Ranch
https://www.recoveryteam.org/

Shatterproof
We’re on a mission to transform addiction treatment so more people recover
https://www.shatterproof.org/

Start Your Recovery
Find Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers & Support
https://startyourrecovery.org/treatment/rehab-centers/colorado

The Raleigh House
Drug & Alcohol Rehab Center in Denver
https://www.theraleighhouse.com/

Treatment and Rehab
http://www.treatmentandrehab.org/lpb/

Alcohol Resources Addiction and Rehab

Addiction Recovery Guide
Alcohol Tools
https://www.addictionrecoveryguide.org/get-help/alcohol/

Rehab Spot
Alcohol Resources
https://www.rehabspot.com/alcohol/alcoholism-treatment/

Green Mountain Treatment Center
https://www.greenmountaintreatmentcenter.com/alcohol/

White Light – Behavioral Health
Resources for Loved Ones of Alcoholics
https://whitelightbh.com/resources/building-a-strong-support-system/

ARK Behavioral Health
Alcohol: Abuse, Addiction, & Treatment Options
https://www.arkbh.com/alcohol/

Drunk Driving
Alcohol Resource

National Institute on Drug Abuse
Education/Information on Drugs/Alcohol
https://drugabuse.gov

Rehab
https://www.rehab.com

Rethinking Drinking
Alcohol and your health
https://www.rethinkingdrinking.niaaa.nih.gov

Substance Abuse Addiction and Rehab

Addiction Experts
Free Addiction Treatment Resources
https://addictionexperts.com/

Addiction Recovery Guide
Resource Guide for Kids and Parents
https://www.addictionrecoveryguide.org/

Granite Recovery Centers.com
Opioid Addiction
https://www.graniterecoverycenters.com/opioid-addiction/

Defining Wellness Centers
Addiction Signs
https://definingwellness.com/addiction-signs/

Harmony Place
Addiction Resources
https://harmonyplace.com/

High Rockies Harm Reduction
Combatting Overdose Deaths
https://highrockiesharmreduction.com/

Johnny’s Ambassadors
Youth THC Prevention
https://johnnysambassadors.org/

Narcotics Anonymous
https://na.org/

Narcotics Anonymous Colorado – Meetings
https://nacolorado.org/meetings-/

Spring Hill Recovery Center
What is Addiction? Drug Types, Signs & Treatment
https://springhillrecovery.com/addiction/

Valley Partnership for Drug Prevention
https://www.facebook.com/helpingteensrfv/

Counseling Addiction and Rehab

Alpine Springs Counseling
https://www.alpinespringscounseling.com/

Aspen Hope Center
https://www.aspenhopecenter.org/

Betterhelp
https://www.betterhelp.com/

Denver Counseling Solutions
https://denvercounselingsolutions.com/

Hayes Counseling Collective
https://hayescounselingcollective.com/

Ruth Trowbridge Counseling
Free Addiction Treatment Resources
https://ruthtrowbridgecounseling.com/

Mind Springs Health
https://www.mindspringshealth.org/

Mountain Family Health Centers/
For Appointments Call: 970-945-2840
https://mountainfamily.org/

Talkspace – Online Therapy
https://try.talkspace.com/

Valley View – Psychiatry
https://www.vvh.org/specialty/psychiatry/

Recovery Addiction and Rehab

American Addiction Centers
https://americanaddictioncenters.org/

American Addiction Center – Projectknow.com
https://projectknow.com/

Addiction Help
https://www.addictionhelp.com/

Addiction Recovery Guide
https://www.addictionrecoveryguide.org/

Addiction Resource (.COM)
Rehab Centers in Colorado
https://addictionresource.com/drug-rehab/colorado/

Addiction Resource (.NET)
Rehab Centers in Colorado
https://www.addictionresource.net/best-drug-rehab-centers/colorado/

Addiction Treatment Division
https://www.addictiontreatmentdivision.org/

Aspen Ridge Recovery Centers
Funding for Rehab/Recovery- Roaring Fork Valley
https://awayout.org/

A Way Out
Funding for Rehab/Recovery- Roaring Fork Valley
https://awayout.org/

Jaywalker Lodge
Men’s Addiction and Mental Health Treatment in Colorado
https://jaywalkerlodge.com/

Recovery Cafe Network
Serving people who have experienced trauma and the results of trauma like homelessness, substance use disorder, addiction, and other mental health challenges.
https://recoverycafenetwork.org/

Resources in Colorado for help with addiction recovery

The Recovery Village Palmer Lake
Resource for recovery and suicide.
https://www.palmerlakerecovery.com/resources/family-and-friends/

Recovery Resources Colorado
https://www.recoveryresourcescolorado.org/

Recovery Team
https://www.recoveryteam.org/

Resume Builder
Employment Resources for People Recovering From Substance Abuse Issues
https://www.resumebuilder.com/employment-guide-for-people-in-substance-abuse-recovery/

Recovery Resources Colorado
https://www.recoveryresourcescolorado.org/

Riverwalk Ranch
https://www.recoveryteam.org/

Shatterproof
We’re on a mission to transform addiction treatment so more people recover
https://www.shatterproof.org/

Start Your Recovery
Find Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers & Support
https://startyourrecovery.org/treatment/rehab-centers/colorado

The Raleigh House
Drug & Alcohol Rehab Center in Denver
https://www.theraleighhouse.com/

Treatment and Rehab
http://www.treatmentandrehab.org/lpb/

Support Group Resources

Advocate Safe House Project
Women’s shelter and support groups.
https://www.advocatesafehouseproject.org/

The Compassionate Friends – Supporting Family After a Child Dies
The COMPASSIONATE FRIEND SUPPORT GROUP is for parents or siblings that lost a child/brother/sister and meets at the orchard the first Tuesday of the month at The Orchard Church in Carbondale.
https://www.compassionatefriends.org/chapter/tcf-roaring-fork-valley/

Discovery Cafe – A Sanctuary of New Beginnings
https://discoverycafe.org/

Pinnacle Peak Recovery – Addiction, Trauma and Mental Health
Drug & Alcohol Addiction Support Groups
https://www.pinnaclepeakrecovery.com/drug-alcohol-addiction-support-groups/

YouthZone- The Space
LGBTQIA+ Peer Support Group
https://youthzone.com/peersupport/

YouthZone – Substance Intervention and Education
Sobriety Support Group
https://youthzone.com/substance_intervention_education/

Senior Citizen Resources

Mental Health Resources

Aspen Hope Center
https://www.aspenhopecenter.org/

Jaywalker Lodge
Men’s Addiction and Mental Health Treatment in Colorado
https://jaywalkerlodge.com/

Mind Springs Health
https://www.mindspringshealth.org/

Mountain Family Health Centers
https://mountainfamily.org/

National Alliance on Mental Illness/a>
https://namicolorado.org/support-education/nami-helpline/

Recovery Cafe Network
Serving people who have experienced trauma and the results of trauma like homelessness, substance use disorder, addiction, and other mental health challenges.
https://recoverycafenetwork.org/

SAMHSA – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
https://www.samhsa.gov/

LGBTQ / QUEER / TRANS Resources

It’s Pronounced Metrosexual
Your free online resource for learning & teaching about gender, sexuality & social justice
https://www.itspronouncedmetrosexual.com/

The Safe Zone Project
The Safe Zone Project is a free online resource for powerful, effective LGBTQ awareness and ally training workshops.
https://thesafezoneproject.com/

The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project is the leading suicide prevention and crisis intervention nonprofit organization for LGBTQ young people. We provide information & support to LGBTQ 
young people 24/7, all year round.
https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

YouthZone- The Space
LGBTQIA+ Peer Support Group
https://youthzone.com/peersupport/

Community Needs (Homeless/Financial/Español) Resources

 

ESPAÑOL

Literacy Outreach – Help with English Speaking

 

FINANCIAL

Tom’s Door – Opening Doors to Those in Need
https://tomsdoor.com/

River Center New Castle – Neighbors Helping Neighbors
https://www.rivercenternewcastle.org/

HOMELESS

211 Colorado. Get Connected. Get Help.
Confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources across the state.
https://www.211colorado.org/

Feed My Sheep – Serving the Homeless
https://www.feedmysheephomelessministry.org/

HomewardBound of the Grand Valley – Homeless Shelters
https://homewardboundgv.org/

Recovery Cafe Network
Serving people who have experienced trauma and the results of trauma like homelessness, substance use disorder, addiction, and other mental health challenges.
https://recoverycafenetwork.org/

Salvation Army – Glenwood Springs
https://westernusa.salvationarmy.org/glenwood-springs/

West Mountain Regional Health Alliance
https://westmountainhealthalliance.org/

Veteran Resources

 

CRISIS LINES

Veterans Crisis Line
1 (800) 273-8255 Press “0”

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Veteran Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255
afsp.org

Veterans Crisis Line
(855) 344-5137
safehelpline.org

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
https://988lifeline.org/

Veterans confidential chat or text
“838255”

 

COLORADO RESOURCES

VA Community Clinic in Glenwood Springs
(970) 945-1007 x3850

VA Hospital Grand Junction
(970) 263-2800

Garfield County Veteran Services- 970-948-6767 (Colorado)

The Jesse Beckius/Casey Owens Veterans Resource Center
Western Slope Veterans Coalition
(970) 233-8735-803
Colorado Avenue #3315
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.
https://www.westernslopeveterans.org/

 

HEALTH

Health Resources – Mesothelioma and Veterans
https://www.asbestos.com/veterans/

Medicare Plans Resource for Veterans
https://www.medicareplans.com/va-military-and-medicare-benefits-resource/

Memory Care Resources for Veterans
https://www.memorycare.com/veterans/

Mental Health
https://mentalhealth.va.gov/

 

OTHER RESOURCES

Veteran Affairs – U.S. Department
https://www.va.gov/

Best Online Colleges for Veterans
https://www.intelligent.com/best-online-colleges/military/

Business Credit and Loan Resources for Veterans
https://www.kaplancollectionagency.com/business-advice/veterans-business-credit-resources/

Guide to Veterans’ Benefits
https://www.caring.com/resources/veterans-benefits

Grants for Veterans
https://freegrantsforveterans.org/

Wounded Warrior Project
woundedwarriorproject.org

Veteran Connection Resource
https://www.maketheconnection.net/resources

The Veteran’s Guide To Starting a Small Business
https://digital.com/starting-a-business-as-a-veteran/

Veterans’ Gold Collections: How to Pass on to Heirs
https://bullionmax.com/kb/veterans-gold-collections-pass-heirs

 

10 common signs of drug use and addiction

1) Neglecting responsibility (missing sports, school, work, family functions, friend functions) 2) Problems with relationships (change of friends, loss of girl/boyfriends, broken trust at home) 3) Legal trouble (arrested for drinking/drugs, smoking, stealing) 4) Risky behaviors (mostly while using- driving fast, unprotected sex, smoking) 5) Physical changes (not showering, not sleeping, not eating, not shaving, bloodshot eyes) 6) financial problems (not paying bills, no money to eat, owes people) 7) Lack of motivation, agitation, irritable, mood swings, and sleeping more 8) Demanding more privacy (locking bedroom doors, sneaking around, no eye contact) 9) lying/taking family prescription bottles and liquor bottles (things may go missing in the house) 10) depression (withdrawn, isolated, depressed)

STEPS FOR PARENTS

1. Talk openly with your kids- providing a safe and open environment 2. Set up rules/consequences- don’t make threats and make sure your spouse/family supports you 3. Monitor your kids activity- look through belongings, know the friends, and internet purchases 4. Keep prescriptions in a safe monitored place- locked up or disposed of 5. Encourage social activities that are safe and monitored- sports, clubs, hobbies, activities 6. Talk about stressors such as recent moves, divorce, new relationships, abuse, death in family 7. Get help, reach out to people that will help not hinder.

More Resources:

https://www.helpguide.org https://www.criminalattorneycincinnati.com/blog/2021/01/talking-to-teens-about-drugs-and-alcohol-a-guide-for-parents/

Tennis Tournament Success!

THANK YOU:

– Alpine Bank- Court Sponsor

– Jimmy Johns- Glenwood Springs- Gift Card Donations

– Trendsetters Custom Homes- Band Sponsor

– Derron Cloud State Farm Insurance- Grill Masters!

– Integrity Plumbing and Heating- Donations for Prizes/Ball Donation

– Adams Orthopedic- Ball Donations

– Brenda Grumley- Food Donations

– Beth Wysong- Alcohol & Non-Alcohol Donations

– Erin & John Zalinski- Food Donations, Swag Donations

-Sir Speedy Printing Services- Chap Sticks/Gift Cards/Ball Donations

-Keely Eberly – Ball Donations

Gold Donors: Heidi Rovig and Sanctuary Salon, Ironwood Designs, Kurt & Cynthia Mill, Dave & Suzan Andrus, Erin & John Zalinski, Joely Larsen, Mary Boyd, Megan Hayes, Doug Hayes

Silver Donors: Doug and Stephanie Hayes, Richlyn Pavcek, Greg Hooker, George & Luana Olson, Lynn & Linda Lee, Tsvetana Mawicke, Tuttle Surveying Services, Dena Albright, Keely Eberly, Anne Sale, Brad Hancock

Bronze Donors: Emily & Johnathan Greener, Meghan & Jason Hegberg, Rob & Vicki Schoeber,  Mary Body, Anna Lorenson, Susan Blizzard, Toni Courtany

Cash Anonymous Sponsors/Donors: Thank you!

Band- Guilty Pleasure- Thank You!

Check In/Swag Volunteers- Thank You Cathy, Keely, Cathy, Konnie, Alex and many more helpers!

Traveling participation (Aspen, Grand Junction, Vail) Thank you!

Brain Garden with Blake

This episode of Brain Garden spotlighted Blake, who was my son Caine’s best friend growing up. Blake talks about “coming out”. Blake is such an intelligent, kind, passionate young man who is such an important voice for others in our community.

Take a listen on the link above or check it out and other episodes of Brain Garden on Spotify or Google.

LISTEN HERE

Grief Strategy!

Make New Traditions
Do Some Self Care
Celebrate those around you
Write out your thoughts/Journal
Pay attention to your dreams/Journal your dreams
Add your loved one’s favorite meals to your menus/even their favorite desserts
Set your goals with your loved one in mind
The sadness won’t leave, but you will get better at managing your emotions with time
Donate in your loved one’s honor
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
Get some help/counseling/support groups
Do decorating differently, change things up
Make sure you stay connected to your friends and loved ones, journal, exercise regularly, donate your time or money in honor of your loved one that passed, talk to your loved one, decorate differently and change things up, phone your friends, write letters to your loved one, get outside!

Yard Sale Fundraiser was a Success!

Pics from our fun event! We raised enough money to have another $500 scholarship and donate $500.00 to High Rockies Harm Reduction! This will be an annual event in the Spring!

Thank you to those that donated items, to those that came by and donated to get items, and those that came by just to donate money.

Thank you Maggie, Kate, Kielee, and Susie for set up, working the event, and helping get left over items to the thrift stores!

 

HIGH ROCKIES HARM REDUCTION

This is such an important resource in our valley! Thank you Maggie for all that you are doing to educate the community for Narcan training, needle pick up/disposal, and fentanyl testing!

If you are struggling with addiction, there is no shame, there is help for you when you are ready, and resources to prevent you from overdosing.

If you need a resource please see the link on this site to connect you to the resource.

VISIT YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE

Holiday Helping Hints

Again, this holiday season can prove to be challenging for many!

– Try something new!

– Volunteer!

– Call a friend and spend time talking while sipping your favorite tea!

– If you are having depression, use the tools on the website to call for help! It is not a weakness but a strength to recognize you need help.

– Make sure you are getting enough rest!

– Write a letter to your loved one that passed!

– Make sure you are getting exercise, long walks, the gym, swim laps, ski, snowshoe, or shovel a neighbors walk!

– Bake something that will fill your home with good smells

– Try something new- be adventurous.

– Try Meditation or go to a Dharma Center for a teaching! Go to a church service!

– Put on your local public radio and listen to some of those shows or put on your favorite album and dance in your living room.

– Get your mailman a treat!

– Read a book on something that will benefit you! I am reading The Untethered Soul and it is really benefiting!

– Burn Incense and sit quietly and comfortably with your favorite pajamas.

– Build something or create something

– take some photos on a walk.

– smile and say hi to everyone you pass on a walk.

– Make sure you open your heart to those that love you and reach out! Grab a coffee with a friend, go to a hot springs for a soak, get a massage or pedicure, Go to the local animal shelter and volunteer to walk a dog, Spend time with your neighbors, and don’t sit alone! Be around others!

– Allow your feelings to come, but also watch them pass on through. Do not attach to the emotion. Feel it and release it. Do not let it drag you down. Say it out loud. I am sad and I miss you, but I am also grateful for you! I will cry, but then celebrate you because you existed!

– Laugh! You are allowed to have laughter and happiness! Watch a comedy! Write down the things your family does to drive you crazy and then read aloud with laughter.

– If your mind is talking talking talking, just quietly say “hello” over and over- which will quiet the noise in your mind and breathe!

 

Acknowledge and honor those who have passed

It can be helpful to participate in a holiday ritual in memory of someone you’ve lost, especially if it relates directly to his or her interests. Here are some ideas.

– Light candles.

– Talk, write about or post on social media about the person.

– Donate children’s toys or books through a charity such as Toys for Tots.

– Dedicate a prayer or religious service to the loved one’s memory, such as a Catholic Mass or Jewish Kaddish.

– Plant a tree in memory of the deceased, in your own yard or in a forest (through a group like the Arbor Day Foundation).

– Make a card or write a holiday letter with the person’s picture.

– Place the deceased’s photo or a significant item of his on your Christmas tree or among holiday decorations.

Overdose Awareness

On June 20th 2018 my son Caine Albrecht died of any overdose.

His drug was laced with Fentanyl, toxicology came back showing 7 x over what the recommended use would be. His drug of choice was heroin, there was no heroin in his system. The drug dealer called 911 and he was released, not charged with anything. The other young man with him using the same drug, lived and has not gotten sober as of yet to my knowledge.

This is the reality I live every day. My son was 24 years old at the time of his death. He was my only child and my whole life. Caine was so much more than the drugs he had used in his short adult life. Caine graduated with honors from HS and went on to play college soccer. Caine was a Junior Olympic skiier and competed in both racing and moguls. Caine was a hard worker and was an amazing grandson to his Grandma Lu and Grandpa Butch. Caine was an awesome neighbor and babysat for Jimmy, our neighbors boy, who is now 18 years old. Caine was fun loving and loved his friends like brothers. Caine was so fun to spend time with in the outdoors. He was an avid rock climber, amazing skiier, he loved mountain biking, hiking, and camping. He could row a raft and white water kayak. He loved to read books and we spent time going to meditation at the Dharma Center locally. Caine was deep spirited and loved nature. Caine loved cooking and ate healthy. Caine is love.

The drugs he chose to use overtook him very quickly and he struggled with shame, depression, and the addiction challenged him to the core. Caine got sober with support from his good friends, counseling, meditation, support groups. and with family close by his side. The day he relapsed was the day he died. I learned a great deal through this process. The biggest lesson I learned is that addiction and recovery is a lifetime of work. Family and friends are much needed for support and to hold the person accountable. Exercise and meditation are key to keeping a stong mind and body. Support groups are valuable to keep the person in tune with recovery. This is not solved in 90 days, this is a lifetime of work.

As a parent I felt alone, shamed, and at a loss of how to handle this situation. I learned that it is very important for families to have counseling and support as well. They need education on how to work with an addict as their brains have changed. The biggest thing I learned is to say it out loud, there is no shame, it is the situation and you are not alone.

This website and foundation was built and will be continuously worked on for others to find the resource and start conversations that are deep and meaningful with your loved ones about topics that could impact a life.

Caine still teaches me and guides me as I walk with my grief. His life meant something and continues to have meaning. I want to honor him by sharing my story so others know they are not alone.

Peace

My husband and I created this teepee in the woods so we would have a place to go to spend time with Caine, to grieve, and to meditate.

We planted a tree in his honor and you will find us there in all seasons, at random times, but this place is also for all of the community to come and find some peace as well.

There is nothing like the energy of the trees, the sounds of nature, and the stillness of time.

Donations to Firefighters

Grizzly Fire Donations

Because of out amazing community. On behalf of Cainegel Connection Foundation and Internal Medicine at VVH.

We unloaded 3 cars full of donated items. It brought tears to not only myself but to the firefighters who accepted our donations from friends, family, co-workers, businesses in our amazing community.

We are overwhelmed by the generosity of our community. Dr. Corey Johnson Dental Office, VVH GI, VVH Ortho, VVH Internal Medicine, Treads, many friends, families, and neighbors came together to pitch in so the firefighters had supplies while out in the field.

Thank you for paying it forward through our foundation to help our firefighters during this time of crissis.

We could not have done this without you!!!

Thank you for your donations of goods and donations of cash… The cash is going towards more goods needed and helping those displaced by the fire.

 

Water is Life

TONALI LAKE is an amazing organization that  helps provide water storage and access to those in n need. Check out the website and we are always open to more donations toward the cause.

Cainegel Connection Foundation donated $1,500.00 today in honor of Caine Albrecht, who passed away 6/20/2018 of a drug overdose. Caine was with us on the San Juan river 2 weeks before he passed away so we thought it would be fitting to pay it forward and help those communities on the reservation have better access to water.

The Navajo Nation had been hit very hard by COVID,  and many do not have running water or plumbing. Cainegel Connection Foundation wanted to pay it forward by helping people on the reservation to get better access to water. We could not do this without all the donations from family, friends, and the tennis community! Thank you!

I look forward to seeing some positive things in a very challenging time of life.

Namaste’

VISITE TONALI LAKE SITE HERE

Suicide Prevention

Walk to fight Suicide!

Cainegels Connection Foundation donated $100.00 towards this event.

Thanks to my friends and family for walking today, we are paying it forward!

The First Recipient for the Winter Scholarship

The first recipient to receive the Cainegel winter scholarship award. Grace, in photos alongside her mom Charity.

Grace is about to turn 9. Charity, her mom, was in the coast guard for 10 years. Let’s give thanks to Charity for her service and let’s cheer on Grace for her adventurous spirit as she will learn to snowboard this winter at Sunlight Ski Area.

The first step is the let it shine program at Sunlight Mountain. The program is 3 sessions of 2 hour lessons, equipment, and lift tickets. When that portion is completed Grace will attend a 4 week follow up program of all day lessons. Grace is an amazing young girl who is being raised by a single mother. We are proud to have Grace lead the way through Caine’s name…more to come.

LGBTQ / QUEER / TRANS Resources

It’s Pronounced Metrosexual
Your free online resource for learning & teaching about gender, sexuality & social justice
https://www.itspronouncedmetrosexual.com/

The Safe Zone Project
The Safe Zone Project is a free online resource for powerful, effective LGBTQ awareness and ally training workshops.
https://thesafezoneproject.com/

The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project is the leading suicide prevention and crisis intervention nonprofit organization for LGBTQ young people. We provide information & support to LGBTQ 
young people 24/7, all year round.
https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

YouthZone- The Space
LGBTQIA+ Peer Support Group
https://youthzone.com/peersupport/

Veteran Resources

 

CRISIS LINES

Veterans Crisis Line
1 (800) 273-8255 Press “0”

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Veteran Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255
afsp.org

Veterans Crisis Line
(855) 344-5137
safehelpline.org

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
https://988lifeline.org/

Veterans confidential chat or text
“838255”

 

COLORADO RESOURCES

VA Community Clinic in Glenwood Springs
(970) 945-1007 x3850

VA Hospital Grand Junction
(970) 263-2800

Garfield County Veteran Services- 970-948-6767 (Colorado)

The Jesse Beckius/Casey Owens Veterans Resource Center
Western Slope Veterans Coalition
(970) 233-8735-803
Colorado Avenue #3315
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.
https://www.westernslopeveterans.org/

 

HEALTH

Health Resources – Mesothelioma and Veterans
https://www.asbestos.com/veterans/

Medicare Plans Resource for Veterans
https://www.medicareplans.com/va-military-and-medicare-benefits-resource/

Memory Care Resources for Veterans
https://www.memorycare.com/veterans/

Mental Health
https://mentalhealth.va.gov/

 

OTHER RESOURCES

Veteran Affairs – U.S. Department
https://www.va.gov/

Best Online Colleges for Veterans
https://www.intelligent.com/best-online-colleges/military/

Business Credit and Loan Resources for Veterans
https://www.kaplancollectionagency.com/business-advice/veterans-business-credit-resources/

Guide to Veterans’ Benefits
https://www.caring.com/resources/veterans-benefits

Grants for Veterans
https://freegrantsforveterans.org/

Wounded Warrior Project
woundedwarriorproject.org

Veteran Connection Resource
https://www.maketheconnection.net/resources

The Veteran’s Guide To Starting a Small Business
https://digital.com/starting-a-business-as-a-veteran/

Veterans’ Gold Collections: How to Pass on to Heirs
https://bullionmax.com/kb/veterans-gold-collections-pass-heirs

 

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