Health/Disability Related Counseling

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    Taxonomy Code: RP-1400.8000-300

    Programs that provide emotional support, information and guidance in a variety of settings for individuals who have a disability; who are concerned about or have any of a variety of illnesses, including those that may ultimately be fatal; or who have experienced the disabling or disfiguring effects of an illness, injury or surgery. The counseling may deal with the realities of having a disability or being ill, coping with their illness/disability, life adjustments required by their situation, and helping them evaluate their alternatives and make personal choices that will maximize their ability to function independently. Included are programs that provide counseling for individuals who have a family history of a particular health condition or disability and need assistance in coping with the emotional problems that are associated with having or being at risk for developing the condition.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Breast Cancer Support (Denver) - American Cancer SocietyAssists individuals diagnosed with breast cancer through the following programs: - Reach to Recovery connects breast cancer patients with volunteers for support and informed decision-making, either over the phone or face-to-face. - Look Good Feel Better is a free workshop for cancer patients in active treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. - The information phone line to answer questions about cancer and cancer-related topics. - Road to Recovery provides transportation to and from cancer treatments for patients and their familyDenver CountyDenver - American Cancer SocietyAmerican Cancer Society - Nationwide
    Cancer Support Services - CancerCareProvides the following assistance for individuals dealing with cancer: - Counseling and support groups over the phone, online, and in-person - Resource referrals - Educational workshops - Publications - Financial and co-payment assistance Financial assistance helps with costs including transportation, home care, child care, and some types of cancer treatment.Out of StateCancerCareCancerCare
    Family services (SLV) - Center for Restorative programsOffers families assistance in working through some of life's more dificult conflicts. Will receive referrals from peer agencies, such as schools, after-school programs, social service agencies, health / counseling providers and churches. Parent-Teen Mediation Hi-Fidelity wraparoundAlamosa CountyIndividual & Family Life (SLV) - Center for Restorative programsCenter for Restorative programs
    Hope Lives! The Lydia Dody Breast Cancer Support CenterOffers support for women currently in breast cancer treatment. Services are designed to manage the emotional and physical side effects of treatment. Areas of care include massage, healing touch, acupuncture, yoga, wig and hair care, individual counseling, and chiropractic care. Monthly support groups are only available to existing clients. Larimer CountyHope Lives! The Lydia Dody Breast Cancer Support CenterHope Lives! The Lydia Dody Breast Cancer Support Center
    Information and Support for Lymphoma Patients - Lymphoma Foundation of AmericaProvides information to lymphoma patients and families, including updates on research, new treatments, and patient rights, counseling from registered nurses over the phone, and referrals to other resources.Out of StateLymphoma Foundation of AmericaLymphoma Foundation of America
    Pathfinders for CancerPathfinders is a support program for cancer and chronically ill patients, caregivers, and anyone experiencing grief and loss. Some of Pathfinder's many services include: - One-on-one counseling & skills training - Navigation, advocacy and resource referral - Support groups - Grief & loss counseling - Palliative care and end-of-life planning - The Angel Volunteer program - The Survivor-to-Survivor program - Emergency financial aidPitkin CountyPathfindersPathfinders
    Pathfinders for CancerPathfinders is a support program for cancer and chronically ill patients, caregivers, and anyone experiencing grief and loss. Some of Pathfinder's many services include: - One-on-one counseling & skills training - Navigation, advocacy and resource referral - Support groups - Grief & loss counseling - Palliative care and end-of-life planning - The Angel Volunteer program - The Survivor-to-Survivor program - Emergency financial aidEagle CountyPathfindersPathfinders
    Pathfinders for CancerPathfinders is a support program for cancer and chronically ill patients, caregivers, and anyone experiencing grief and loss. Some of Pathfinder's many services include: - One-on-one counseling & skills training - Navigation, advocacy and resource referral - Support groups - Grief & loss counseling - Palliative care and end-of-life planning - The Angel Volunteer program - The Survivor-to-Survivor program - Emergency financial aidGarfield CountyPathfindersPathfinders
    Pathfinders for CancerPathfinders is a support program for cancer and chronically ill patients, caregivers, and anyone experiencing grief and loss. Some of Pathfinder's many services include: - One-on-one counseling & skills training - Navigation, advocacy and resource referral - Support groups - Grief & loss counseling - Palliative care and end-of-life planning - The Angel Volunteer program - The Survivor-to-Survivor program - Emergency financial aidMesa CountyPathfindersPathfinders
    Patient Services (Wagner Street) - Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis (MS) CenterProvides support and services for individuals with Multiple Sclerosis and their families. - Educational seminars - Counseling services (patients, families, and caregivers) - Legal clinic (disability filing assistance) - InformationAdams CountyWagner Street - Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis CenterRocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center
    Peer Support (Colorado Springs) - Colorado Health Network IncFormerly known as the Southern Colorado AIDS Project. The diagnosis of and challenges of living with HIV/AIDS can be extremely difficult. Individuals living with the disease may feel isolated and overwhelmed with multiple barriers to health and success. These challenges can often result in depression, anxiety, and overall mental health concerns that sometimes go undiagnosed and untreated. Counseling is provided in a non-judgmental accepting environment by licensed therapists familiar with the complex issues associated with HIV/AIDS. Support groups are available in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. SCAP also offers a Peer Support Program for individuals to learn how to manage their health and the healthcare system from individuals living with HIV. The Peer Support Program focus is "To serve, support and grow with self-management - peer mentoring for people who are HIV-positive by people who are HIV-positive through active empowerment and education.” Call (719) 578-9092 for more information.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Southern Colorado Health Network IncSouthern Colorado Health Network Inc
    Peer Support (Pueblo) - Southern Colorado Health Network IncFormerly known as the Southern Colorado AIDS Project. The diagnosis of and challenges of living with HIV/AIDS can be extremely difficult. Individuals living with the disease may feel isolated and overwhelmed with multiple barriers to health and success. These challenges can often result in depression, anxiety, and overall mental health concerns that sometimes go undiagnosed and untreated. Counseling is provided in a non-judgmental accepting environment by licensed therapists familiar with the complex issues associated with HIV/AIDS. Support groups are available in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. SCAP also offers a Peer Support Program for individuals to learn how to manage their health and the healthcare system from individuals living with HIV. The Peer Support Program focus is "To serve, support and grow with self-management - peer mentoring for people who are HIV-positive by people who are HIV-positive through active empowerment and education.” Call (719) 924-8925 for more information.Pueblo CountyPueblo - Southern Colorado Health Network IncSouthern Colorado Health Network Inc
    Reach to RecoveryVolunteers provide support and information for people facing a possible diagnosis of breast cancer, as well as people recently diagnosed, those interested in or who have undergone lumpectomy or mastectomy, those considering breast reconstruction and those who are undergoing or who have completed chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or other forms of treatment.Mesa CountyAmerican Cancer Society (Grand Junction Office)American Cancer Society - Nationwide
    Social Counseling - Colorado Springs School District 11Provides assessment, direct counseling, liaison services, and consultations to students, parents, teachers, and administrators for children with disabilities.El Paso CountyEducation - Colorado Springs School District 11Colorado Springs School District 11
    Support Services for Individuals with HIV/AIDS - Servicios de la RazaLa Gente provides intensive case management, family client advocacy, and substance abuse and mental health counseling for both members of the LGBTQAI communities and underserved individuals living with HIV/AIDS. La Gente also provides prevention and education services including community outreach and education, and free HIV/AIDS testing. These services provide clients with linkage to care, knowledge and the ability to self-manage their illness, and increased self-sufficiency.Denver CountyServicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza
    Therapy Services (Professional Psychology Clinic) - University of DenverProvides psychological therapy and psychological testing services to the community on a sliding scale. Psychiatric services may be available for clients who are actively engaged in concurrent individual therapy at the clinic. Services are provided by doctoral level student therapists pursuing their PsyD degree, and they are supervised by licensed psychologists. Therapy is available for individuals, couples and families in a range of modalities. There are a number of specialty clinics associated with the Professional Psychology Clinic who serve survivors of international disasters, abuse or other trauma, as well as veterans, service members and their families, and those with cancer or their significant others.Denver CountyProfessional Psychology Clinic - University of DenverUniversity of Denver

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