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Did you know that resilience is a set of skills that can be learned, perfected, and recovered?

STEM Center for Strength uses evidence-based practices to create programming to promote your recovery and resilience.


CONNECT
gather, build and maintain relationships, and laugh a little


LEARN
gain strategies, insights, and understanding related to trauma recovery, teen relationships, parenting, and other relevant topics


DO
engage in activities that promote health and wellness


HEAL
access free mental health services in either a group or individual setting

               

We Are Amping Up Our Resources Page

Our hope is to provide you with valuable information on an on-going basis. As new resources become available to us, we plan to share them with you on our website. You will find helpful links, book recommendations, links to all of our monthly e-newsletters, helpful tips and so much more. Take a moment and check it out!

Click here for our resources 

          

The mission of NAMI Arapahoe/Douglas Counties is to build a community of recovery and hope by educating, supporting and advocating for individuals and their families affected by mental illness.

NAMI Arapahoe Douglas Counties offers free mental health support groups for adults living with mental health conditions, as well as their family members and loved ones.

For more information or to sign up for one of our mental health support groups please visit the links below. Each link will provide an in-depth group description, as well as a current schedule.

NAMI Family Support Groups

NAMI Connection Peer Support Groups



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For more information, please visit NAMI's Mental Health Resources website

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Big Life Journal: Engaging resources that help kids develop a growth and resilient mindset so they can face life’s challenges with confidence.

Listen in on the Big Life Kids Podcast and help your child develop a growth mindset. 

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Do Good.
Feel Good.


Our mission is to improve mental wellness
through accessible experiences that create
purpose and connection.

Project Helping organizes and leads 700+ volunteer experiences per year. Each volunteer experience is designed to be meaningful, social, and accessible - so it has an impact on the volunteer and the community.

We have volunteer programs built out for different age groups, demographics, and experiences. Click below to look through all of our volunteer experiences, or continue on to learn about our specific programs.

Volunteer here!

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