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Breaking barriers to mental health

Rise Against Suicide helps youth at risk of suicide by removing the financial and social barriers to treatment, enabling them to find hope and healing.

How We Rise

1. Listen

We hear you and care about you deeply.

2. Connect

We find you the best mental health therapist for you or your child. You are never alone.

3. Offer Hope

Youth feel more hopeful after therapy than when they started.

Connect With A 
Free Therapist

If you know a youth or are a youth struggling with suicidal ideation, 
19 years old or younger, call us at 720-263-0085 for help.


Referrals are received from BVSD, SVVSD, youth organizations and individuals in our service area. This includes Boulder, Longmont, and surrounding areas.

Quick Response

We can get youth mental health therapy within 48-72 hours if needed.

Therapy Sessions With Rise

All therapy sessions are paid for by Rise. Families will never see a bill.


We have helped restore hope in over 1,500 youth

We have funded over 12,000 therapy sessions that offer our suicidal youth a safe place to discuss their struggles and gain tools to help them when they are struggling. By the end of therapy, our kids are well on their way towards finding hope and healing.

"I’ve received all the help I need in order to become the best version of myself."

Young Person Who Received Rise Services


"I want to take a moment to share with you my gratitude."

Young Person Who Received Rise Services


“Thank you for helping to save my son.”

Rise Against Suicide Parent


“We have been very blessed to be connected with Rise for our middle-school daughter.”

Mother of a Boulder Valley School District Youth


“This crucial service was such a blessing for my family.”

Father of a St. Vrain Valley School District Youth


"I have an extreme appreciation for the Rise program."

Boulder Valley School District School Psychologist


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Donate to Rise
Against Suicide

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, no family ever receives a bill from Rise Against Suicide for their child’s therapy. We believe all children regardless of their financial or social standing, deserve mental health care. We offer a variety of ways for our community to support our mission.


Youth died by suicide in 2022 in Colorado. Suicide remains one of the leading causes of death in Colorado for youth.


Of Colorado Suicide deaths were men.


Of Colorado Suicide deaths were individuals of Hispanic Origin. Suicide fatality rates in Colorado remain statistically steady, but showed a slight overall decrease in 2022.