Financial & Mental Health Resources
These resources were compiled Fall 2020.
CCAMPIS – Child Care Access Means Parents in School
Financial aid for childcare through The Early Childhood Center and/or The Sunshine House. Contact Jamie Alexander (ECC Operations Coordinator) for more information (970) 491-1861 | firstname.lastname@example.org
WomenGive is a scholarship that provides financial assistance for child care services to single mothers during their time at school. The scholarship covers child care services throughout spring break, finals week, but not winter break or gaps between semesters. The application process is simple and easy to follow and can be found on the website.
Project Self-Sufficiency supports low-income, single parents financially from academic scholarships, child care support, food pantries, computer loans, and so much more. Additionally, the program has advisors that help these parents create a career plan, complete any education needed for their career, and find their first job. The application is easy and straightforward and can be found here: http://bringthepower.org/apply/
Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center (CTRAC)
CTRAC offers family-centered assessments and consultations to help youth and families heal from trauma. If applicable to their family situation, student parents can request screening for trauma assessments or consultations. Services are completely confidential.. Costs for these assessments can be covered by Medicaid or DHS, but students can contact CTRAC for further information about costs.
CSU Center for Family and Couples Therapy (CFCT)
CFCT is located in the Gifford Building, Room 119 right on campus! It offers therapy services to the public, as well as to students, faculty, and staff on campus. Services are non-judgemental and confidential. Therapy sessions are about 50 minutes long and are low-cost. Students at CSU enrolled in 6 credit semester hours or more are only charged $20 per session.