Live Virtual Event: Navigating College Admissions & Financial Aid

Tuesday, November ‍15 at ‍7pm ET | ‍6pm CT | ‍5pm MT | ‍4pm PT Register Now

Join our panelists who will share their expertise and experiences as we answer common questions from students. We’ll also show students and families how to create a workable plan to tackle the college admissions and financial aid process. We’ll discuss:

1. Selecting a college and determining how much it will cost

2. FAFSA®—what, why and how

3. Having a winning strategy in your scholarship search process

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Contact us

Thank you for visiting the Moffat County High School Counseling Webpage! If you would like to contact us, please do so at.... Mrs. Stacy Atkin 970 826-6610 stacy.atkin@moffatsd.org Ms. Lara Sigmon 970 826-6611 lara.sigmon@moffatsd.org Also, like our Facebook page at "Moffat County High School" for the latest information on upcoming events, meetings, and student opportunities.

Counseling Resources

19 days ago


Counseling Resources


Mind Springs Health

(970) 824-6541

24/7 Crisis Line 1888-207-4004

Peggy Sammons, LPC

Franny Beacom, MS

Liz Smith, M.S.Ed

Torrance Rykhus, LAC

Arya Magi, LPC-C

James Noble, LCSW

Cherri Adams, LMFT

William W Philip, MD

Liz Kregar, MSW


A&S Counseling

www.ascounsel.com

Steven Walls, MA

Jolene Walls


Yampa Valley Psychotherapists

(970) 824-2557


One Another Counseling

(970) 701-2117

Chandace Hampton, LLC


Steamboat Springs Providers

www.steamboatcounseling.com

(970) 879-7637

Professional Counselors

Clinical Social Workers

Psychologists

Psychiatrists

Psychiatric Nurses


Local Resources

SUPPORT GROUPS

Alcoholics Anonymous

www.aa.org

630 Green St

(970) 824-1793 Ask for Bud


Alanon

Support for teens with family drinking problems

www.al-anon.alateen.org

(970) 824-7320


Celebrate Recovery

www.thejourneyatfb.org

1150 W. 9th St

824-5926


COMA

Communities overcoming Meth abuse

www.craigcoma.org

(970) 824-2662


SAFE

Support, advocacy, and education 

for teen victims of violence.

(970) 824-7320


Grand Futures

www.grandfutures.org

439 Breeze St, Ste. 100

(970) 824-5752


LEGAL

Northwest Colorado Legal Services

www.coloradolegalservices.org

1-800-521-6968


EMPLOYMENT

Colorado Workforce Center

School to Work Alliance Program

480 Barclay

(970) 824-3246


EMERGENCY NUMBERS

Craig Police Department

800 W 1st St

(970) 824-8111


Craig Fire Department

419 Yampa Ave

(970) 824-5914 


HOUSING, FOOD

First Call 211

Info on clothing, food, rent, 

Shelter, support groups, etc.

www.firstcall-vc.org

Dial 211


Moffat County United Way

http://unitedwaymoffat.org

(970) 824-6222


Love, Inc

http://www.loveinc.org

(970) 826-4400


Community Budget Center

555 Yampa Ave

(970) 824-7858


Columbine Subsidized Housing

(970) 824-8127


Interfaith Food Bank

(970) 824-7355


Department of Human Services

595 Breeze St

www.co.moffat.co.us/social services/default.htm

(970) 824-8282 


Youth Services Department of Moffat County

diversion@moffatcounty.net

221 W Victory Way

(970) 824-9105


EDUCATION

Colorado Northwestern Community College

Continuing education, GED prep

www.cncc.edu

(970) 824-1101


BYU Online Courses

www.elearn.byu.edu

1800-914-8931


FAFSA

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

www.fafsa.gov

1-800-730-8913


MEDICAL

Memorial Hospital

www.thememorialhospital.com

750 Hospital Loop

(970) 824-9411


Northwest Colorado Health

northwestcoloradohealth.org

745 Russell St

(970) 824-8233


Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition 

485 Yampa Ave

(970) 824-1178


Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center

25 West Victory Way

(970) 824-5204


ASK-A-NURSE info Line

1-800-327-6877 


Family Health Line

1-800-688-7777


Yampa Valley AIDS Coalition

135 6th St. Steamboat Springs, CO  80477

(970) 879-1632 


TRANSPORTATION

All Around Taxi

(970) 824-1177


INDEPENDENT LIVING

Horizon’s Specialized Services

indlife@earthlink.net

439 Breeze St

(970) 824-7804


Independent Living Center 

483 Yampa Ave

(970) 826-0833


CRISIS SUPPORT SERVICES

24 hour resources


Advocates Crisis Support Services

(970) 824-2400


Crisis Intervention Team

(970) 824-9105


Craig Mental Health

1-888-207-4004


Colorado Crisis Services

(844)493-TALK(8255)

Text TALK to 38255

ColoradoCrisisServices.org


SAFE 2 TELL

1-877-542-7233


National Suicide Hotline

1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)


Poison Control

1-800-332-3073

FAQ'S

Did You Know?

Did You Know..is a section of short sentences and paragraphs that are sent to faculty and students weekly. These are designed to give you new information on "what's going on out there in the world."

Did You Know #1.....There is an on-line college fair that anyone can participate in. How rapidly the world is changing! Might even save some trips out of town. Register at www.onlinecollegefair.com

Did You Know #2....The skills required for the 10 fastest growing jobs in the new economy are taught at Colorado's community colleges. Those jobs are computer engineering, computer support specialists, systems analysts, data-base administrators, desktop publishing specialists, paralegals and legal assistants, personal care and home health aides, medical assistants, social and human service assistants and physicians' assistants.

Did You Know #3...Pueblo Community College has a new state of the art health sciences program with programs in: dental assisting, dental hygiene, surgical technologist, respiratory care specialist, radiologic technologist, psychiatric youth care worker, psychiatric technician, physical therapy assistant, ophthalmic technician, nursing and occupational therapy assistant.

Did You Know #4....The average expected lifetime earnings for a graduate with an AA degree is more than $1 million, about $250,000 more than an individual with a high school diploma.

Did You Know #5 ....CNCC in Rangely has a two year degree in Natural Resources that leads to a BS in Marine Science from Hawaii Pacific University......great place to spend the last two years in a degree program!!

Did You Know #6 ...Colorado Mountain College has three campus locations in our region. They have many programs that are two degrees or less and some that students might want to explore are: Ski and Snowboard Management, Culinary Arts, Nursing, Photography and Wilderness Studies (leads to a transfer program with CSU in Natural Resources).

Did You Know #7...Graduate with a 2 yr degree in Industrial Maintenance and earn $40,000 per year your first year of work! Industrial Maintenance technicians maintain and repair machinery in plants and factories. The curriculum integrates machining, welding, electronics and engineering.

Did You Know #8 ...Pueblo Community College has a new state of the art health sciences program with programs in: dental assisting, dental hygiene, surgical technologist, respiratory care specialist, radiologic technologist, psychiatric youth care worker, psychiatric technician, physical therapy assistant, ophthalmic technician, nursing and occupational therapy assistant.

Did You Know #9 ....that the University of Northern Colorado in Greely has a new index of 94 that means if you are below that index number and want to attend UNC you need to apply early and present supporting documents.

Did You Know #10....that Colorado Christian University offers a degree in Youth Ministries and many music areas?

Did You Know #11.....that Aims Community College in Greeley has 36 associate degree programs and 84 certificate programs that take less than two years to complete and have excellent job placements rates.

Did You Know #12...the Colorado Commission on Higher Education has an established index based on grade point average and test scores that determines automatic admission to all Colorado schools. It places students in colleges where the can be most successful. We have copies of the index in the Guidance office for anyone interested.

Did You Know #13....that Adams State College has received many awards for their "Excellence in Education" in music education and art education? Biology and Business are also strong programs at Adams.

Did You Know # 14...that the University of Southern Colorado has a BSN program (Bachelor of Nursing). USC suggests that high school students who want to prepare for this major complete the following courses: Biology (to get ready for other science courses at the college level), Mathematics, especially Algebra (nurses need to know how to set up equations and drug doses), Chemistry, and as many English courses as possible (clear writing, proper grammar and advanced vocabulary is necessary in doing patient reporting). Psychology and Foreign Languages are also suggested to prepare and understand how to work with people of all kinds.

Did You Know #15....the University of Southern Colorado has a Center for New Media which prepares students to become the new media specialists. Job tiles coming out of this program include: web designer/developer, interactive media programmer, nonlinear editor, project/production manager, interface designer, and global communications manager.

Did You Know #16...that Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff is now a member of the WUE program offering our students the chance to save $5000 per year if they attend!

Did You Know #17...that the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program (WUE) can offer a student the chance for several thousands of dollars in tuition savings? That many of our students go to out of state schools on this program? And that is is available in 14 participating western states???

Did You Know #18....The Department of Range land Ecosystem Science at CSU emphasizes studies of the world's range lands. They have a Range Ecology major which prepares students to manage the soil, vegetation and animal resources on range lands. The Range and Forest Management major provides the background to manage and administer range land and forest resources for U.S. and state agencies and private industries. For both of these majors students take electives in wildlife, recreation, remote sensing, geographic information systems, soils, animal science and watershed.