The Connections Program for High-Risk Infants and Families offers clinical services to women with high-risk pregnancies who have an unborn baby with (or at high risk of being born with) medical complications, parents of newborn babies with medical complications including babies with a prolonged stay in the NICU, parents coping with the loss of a baby, as well as babies and young children born with medical complications.
Although services are centered around promoting optimal outcomes for the baby/young child
born with medical complications, they are intended to support the well-being of the whole family.
Our interdisciplinary team of behavioral health providers has expertise in:
Those interested in receiving outpatient services through the Connections Program should call the Women’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Line at 303-724-1646 or email WBHW@cuanschutz.edu.
These services are available to patients across Colorado and most services can be accessed virtually via telehealth.
We accept Medicaid and most health insurance plans.
We offer a variety of individual services to meet the unique needs of each family we support.
The CHILD (Caring for High-Risk Infants Long-Term Development) Connections Clinic is a team of trained clinicians dedicated to providing high-quality developmental assessment and evidence-based parenting interventions for young children with complex medical histories and/or NICU admissions.
Services We Provide:
Whom We Serve:
We accept Medicaid and commercial insurance plans.
We offer therapy groups for:
Our Connections Program clinicians host peer discussion groups for individuals seeking connection and support from others who have experienced similar challenges.
Groups are currently on hold, however information will be updated here when the decision is made to resume.
303-724-1646 | Women's Behavioral Health and Wellness Line
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