Online Bill Pay

Supporting parents, students, teachers going back to school

It’s a challenging time for parents, students, and teachers due to the uncertainties associated with COVID19 and what that means for everyone as kids return to the classroom.

With this return comes added stress, worry, and anxiety for everyone involved.

For parents, getting to know the warning signs is essential, such as the sudden onset of headaches, body aches, bellyaches, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. Some kids may exhibit trouble concentrating and focusing, along with problems falling asleep. Younger children may have more outbursts and tantrums, while older kids might be rebellious, agitated, and irritable.

Talking to kids about what’s happening can make a big difference in understanding how they’ll navigate school.

For teachers, this can be an equally difficult time, whether that means going back into the classroom or through continued virtual learning.

Aurora Mental Health Center provides support for parents, students, and teachers through our School Based services. For parents, if you need mental health support, we’re here for you. Our mental health professionals are available where your kids are—in the schools, either in the classroom or virtually.

We provide the following School Based services:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Wellness Support
  • Mental Health Education
  • Crisis Support

For teachers needing help, we collaborate to help ensure students have an optimal learning environment that supports mental health and wellness. We work within Aurora Public Schools, Cherry Creek School District, Bennett & Byers School District, Community College of Aurora, and local charter schools.

To learn more, contact us at 303-923-6314.

Above all, we’re here to help. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and need to talk, call us at 303.617.2300, option 2 to speak with an Aurora Mental Health Center professional.

Habla en vivo con un terepeuta, 303-617-2300, opcion 2. Lunes – Viernes, 8am to 4pm.

If you need immediate help, our Connect2Care clinic is available for walk-in mental health care or call 303-617-2300 to schedule an appointment.

Scroll to top