Lincoln Middle,

an IB World School

Counseling Assistance

Alcoholics Anonymous
Fort Collins: 155 N College Suite 221 970.224.3552
Description: 24-hour crisis intervention, information, and referral of anyone seeking help with alcohol/substance related problems.

Alpha Center for Women
Fort Collins: 1212 S. College Ave. 970.221.5121
M-F 10am - 4pm
Description: Provides free pregnancy testing, counseling, and education regarding pregnancy as well as baby food, formula, diapers, and newborn items. The Alpha Center does not advise, provide, or refer abortion as a viable option.

Alternatives to Violence
Loveland: 313 East 4th 970.669.5150
M-Th 8am - 5:30pm
Description: Serve victims of violent crimes, including domestic violence and sexual assault, with crisis counseling, information, referral and advocacy.

Fort Collins: 1148 E. Elizabeth Street 970.493.6655
M-F: 8:30 - 6:30 F: 8am - noon
Description: Provides individual, family and group therapy to child and adolescent victims and family members in child sexual abuse cases.

Colorado Legal Services, Inc.
Fort Collins: 211 W. Magnolia Ave. 970.493.2891
M-F 8:30am - 12pm, and 1-4pm
Description: Legal representation for qualified low-income persons. Includes family, housing, debt, seniors, government benefits, civil, and immigration.

Crossroads Safehouse
Fort Collins: P.O. Box 993 970.482.3535
Available 24 hours a day
Description: Safe housing for women and children in violent of potentially violent situations. Both Fort Collins and Loveland residents accepted. Outreach services for victims of domestic violence as well as community presentations on domestic violence.

CSU Individual, Couples, and Family Counseling
Fort Collins: 123 Alyesworth Hall, CSU
970.491.6053 during office hours
970.491.7111 for emergency service
Description: Marriage and family therapy, enrichment and education. Pre-marital programs offered.

CSU Psychological Services
Fort Collins: C-36 Clark Bldg., CSU Campus 970.491.5212
Description: By appointment only. Affordable therapy and psychological assessment for children, teens, and adults. Vocational assessment and counseling services. Spanish speaker available.

LAMBDA Community Center
Fort Collins: 212 S Mason Street 970.221.3247
M-Th: 11am - 7pm F: 9am - 5pm
Description: Resource center for area gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer questioning, and ally issues. Includes the Lavender Corner Counseling.

Larimer Center for Mental Health
Adult Services
Fort Collins: 525 W. Oak 970.494.4300
Loveland: 1250 N. Wilson Ave. 970.494.9870
Children and Family Services
Fort Collins: 2001 S. Shields Bldg K 970.494.4200
Description: Counseling and psychological, emotional, and behavioral problems, also for domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Special programs for drug and alcohol abuse. Individual, family , and group therapy. Outpatient and halfway house service.

Matthews House
Fort Collins: 726 Mathews St. 970.474.4293
M-Th: 9am - 5pm F: 9am - 1pm
Description: Mentoring, life coaching, counseling, psychotherapy, case management and life skill course for at-risk youth.

SAVA (Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center)
Fort Collins: 331 S. Meldrum 970.472.4204
24-hour rape crisis hotline: 800.656.4673
24-hour rape crisis hotline: 970.472.4200
M-F 9am - 5pm
Description: Support groups and individual counseling for sexual assault survivors and their loved ones

Suicide Resource Center of Larimer County
Fort Collins: 619 South College Ave. #12
Loveland: 315 E. 7th St. Suite 201 970.635.9301
Description: Suicide education and awareness, depression, and grief support. Call for meeting paces and times of depression/bipolar and family and friends support groups.

Turning Point Center for Youth and Family Development
Fort Collins: 1644 S. College Ave. 970.221.0999
Description: Provides treatment for adolescents with family, behavioral, emotional, educational, legal, and/or drug and alcohol abuse problems.

The Hub
Fort Collins: 2555 Midpoint Drive, Suites E & F 970.498.6990
Description: Provides counseling and detention screening for adolescents dealing with substance abuse and other related issues. Provides mediation and immediate crises assistance to address family conflict. Team responds 24 hours a day.

Teen Parent Program
Fort Collins: Fort Collins HS 3400 Lambkin Way 970.488.8021
Description: The Poudre School District Teen Parent Program is located at Fort Collins High School and is a self-contained, district program.  The curriculum combines prenatal, labor and delivery, child development, and parenting classes, along with English, Science, Social Studies and Math academic classes needed for graduation.  Outside agencies such as Social Services, Child Care Assistance, Legal Services, and Adoption counseling are also available.  Developing a positive self-image and improving life coping skills are important elements of the entire program.
Melissa Schaefer:

Vet Center
Fort Collins: 2509 Research Blvd. 970.221.5176
M-F 8am - 4:30pm
Description: Provides individual, family and group counseling. Specializes in Post Traumatic Stress Disorders. Offers referrals to Veterans hospitals.

Team Fort Collins
Phone: (970) 224-9931
Provides prevention education to middle and high school students, makes presentations for parents on topics related to youth substance use, convenes community groups, provides opportunities for youth activities in safe, substance-free environments, and is available as a community partner.

The Center for Family Outreach
The Center for Family Outreach is a non-profit agency specifically designed for teenagers between 10-18 who are challanged with substance abuse issues and exhibit high risk behaviors. Services include prevention, education and early interventions and programming