The Colorado Office of the Attorney General commissioned the research, which crisscrossed Mesa, El Paso, La Plata and Pueblo counties.
5 Years After Claire Davis Died In A School Shooting, Improvements Seen In Threat Prevention, But Gaps Remain
A roundtable hosted by Littleton Public Schools and a this week’s roundtable and a symposium at the University of Northern Colorado shed light on the strides schools have made in helping students feel safer — and the hard work ahead.
A record ten cities and counties across Colorado passed tax measures in the midterms that support mental health awareness and treatment.
Fifteen-year-old Robbie Eckert's obituary revealed that he had died by suicide. His parents were determined to be transparent about his death.
Roughly a dozen proposals across multiple counties are aiming to better fund mental health services.
The community has struggled with a rash of recent student suicides, five in total over the last two years — four of whom went to Arapahoe.
National correspondent Kirk Siegler visited Grand Junction and Mesa County as part of his reporting on mental health in rural America.
Stacey Freedenthal struggled with depression and attempted suicide when she was in her 20s.
The program was formed in response to school violence, but suicide threats have been the leading reason students file reports since the 2013-14 school year.
Cayton-Holland's new book, "Tragedy + Time," is a loving tribute to his sister and a portrait of his exceptional Denver family.