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Counseling Resources

Counseling Services has put together a list of resources to help students trying to cope with stress, anxiety and depression or going through other personal or relational struggles. 

If you are going through any of this, we also encourage you to contact your campus counselor to receive free counseling sessions in private offices. Phone numbers for each of the campus counselors are listed in the sidebar. 


From mental and physical health to friendships and finding balance, You@Aims is your wayfinder to access tips, guidance and resources designed to help keep your academics, well-being and social connections on track in this changing world in a confidential platform.


ScreenU is a wen-based tool that administers screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) to college students about their substance use. ScreenU provides feedback and strategies to reduce your risk for experiencing negative consequences from substance misuse. You can utilize the ScreenU tools below.

Other Aims Resources

The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) serves as a resource for students to establish community, learn, and advocate for equity and justice.

Arty’s Pantry ensures all students have access to food and the basic supplies they need to succeed. 

Peer Navigators support the successful academic and social transition of all students into the Aims community. 

Disability Access Services promotes an inclusive learning environment through information, resources, education and direct services. 

Veterans Services is dedicated to providing the highest quality and comprehensive support to student veterans.

For assistance finding and connecting with community resources please contact the Aims CARE program.

Crisis Support Resources

Hospital Emergency Departments


  • Northern Colorado Medical Center, 1801 16th St., Greeley
  • UC Health Greeley Hospital,  6767 W 29th St.. Greeley


  • McKee Medical Center, 2000 Boise Avenue, Loveland 

Fort Collins

  • PVH Emergency Department, 1024 S Lemay Avenue, Fort Collins

Fort Lupton 

  • Platte Valley Medical Center, 1600 Prairie Center Pkwy Brighton CO

Call in Crisis Support 24/7/365

  • Statewide hotline - 800.493.TALK (8255).
  • Text TALK to 38255
  • Crisis Text Line (Spanish services available) 
    • Text "HOME" to 741741
    • Enviar mensaje de texto "AYUDA" al 741741
  • Weld County - North Range Behavioral Health 
    • Crisis Line - 970.347.2120  
    • Walk-in available during some hours at 928 12th Street in Greeley
  • Larimer County SummitStone - 970.494.4200
    • Walk-in available during some hours 
  • Loveland SummitStone 1250 N Wilson Avenue - (970) 494-4200
  • Fort Collins SummitStone 114 Bristlecone Drive - (970) 494-4200
  • Find Colorado walk-in centers at Colorado Crisis Services.

Outside Resources

Aims has put together a Guide to Local Human Services to help students find the services they may need to address personal problems or issues. This list is limited to those services that students typically need to access on an emergency basis.

Click through the tabs listed below to see some of the most popular and informative apps and resources we’ve gathered to share with students. These links and resources are informational in nature and are not intended as a substitute for treatment from a qualified mental health professional. These resources can, however, supplement therapy and aid in understanding mental health topics.

Most are free and some are available for a small fee. Aims does not specifically endorse nor maintain these external websites and you are responsible for your own research, payment and use.

JED foundation – a wide variety of resources on many topics
What's up - a general mental health app that borrows techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) to help you cope with depression, anxiety, stress, anger problems and panic attacks.
MyMoodpath - a mood tracking app for people without diagnosed mood disorders. Moodpath integrates the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) methodology to give you exercises to counter negative thoughts and emotions that seem to be just overwhelming. You can also take advantage of other features like stress management.
MoodMission - a unique app in the mood-tracking space that offers you different missions based on how you're feeling for the day. Whether you're dealing with stress, anxiety, or depressive symptoms, MoodMission's goal is to help you manage those issues, and the missions themselves tackle different things.

Headspace - a popular app that offers guided meditation to help lower stress, improve focus, and sleep better.
CBT-i Coach - guides you through the process of learning about sleep, developing positive sleep routines, and improving your sleep environment. It provides a structured program that teaches strategies proven to improve sleep and help alleviate symptoms of insomnia.