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, and babies as well as 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.
Therapy groups are available for:
*service only available in person
Connections program clinicians host a series of peer discussion groups for individuals seeking connection and support from others who have experienced similar challenges. These groups are held for women/couples who have experienced late pregnancy loss, women/couples who have experienced newborn loss, and fathers of high-risk infants. The flyers for each of these, with the corresponding registration links are below:
Support for Fathers Group: The Fathers Group is a Facilitated Group Discussion for Fathers parenting a child with special health care needs from pregnancy to early childhood. It is hosted by the Connections Program for High-Risk Infants and Families.
This group will meet from 5:30pm to 6:45pm on the following days:
- July 14th, 2021
- August 25, 2021
- October 6, 2021
- November 17, 2021
- January 5, 2022
- February 16, 2022
- March 23, 2022
303-724-1646 | Women's Behavioral Health and Wellness Line
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