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Prevention and Intervention Program

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Prevention and Intervention Program

The Boulder County Prevention and Intervention Program (BCPIP) is a multi-agency collaboration between the City of Boulder, Boulder Valley School District (BVSD), Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County Department of Health and Human Services and Mental Health Partners. BCPIP is dedicated to providing prevention assessment, intervention, treatment and referral services and promoting pro-social growth and the empowerment of youth, families, schools and community.

In the City of Boulder, the program is available at Fairview, Boulder, New Vista High Schools, and the Arapahoe Campus and Middle Schools at Manhattan, Centennial, Southern Hills and Casey.

The Intervention Program offers:

Youth and Families

  • Assessment
  • Short-term counseling
  • Referrals
  • Follow-up
  • Support groups
  • Workshops/trainings/classes

Schools and Communities

  • Consultations
  • Trainings/workshops
  • Classes and groups
  • Performances/events
  • Community-wide crisis response

All services are voluntary, free of charge and confidential and are offered at the schools by Intervention Specialists.

The Intervention Program addresses issues such as:

  • Substance abuse (watch our 60 second teen drinking video on the upper right)
  • Depression
  • Sexuality/sexual orientation
  • Suicide
  • Family and peer relationships
  • Transitions

The Intervention Program addresses topics such as:

  • Diversity
  • Self-concept
  • Communication Skills
  • Conflict Resolution and
  • Decision-Making.

The Intervention Program addresses trainings/classes such as:

  • Mediation
  • Peer Counseling
  • Peer Leadership  

The Prevention and Intervention Program is managed by Mental Health Partners. For more information, contact 303-443-8500.