At THS we value the diversity and cultural backgrounds of ALL students. We understand that currently many undocumented students are fearful of revealing their undocumented status to others. Students may have been taught from the time they are little to keep this information to themselves. Please know that we strive to provide a safe space for you to share, engage, and grow. Your information is safe with us and we are here to support you in any way we can!
By sharing your status with your school counselor, we can better advise you of the financial options for college, including institutional aid and scholarships, as well as help connect you with mental health and community resources for support.
Know Your Rights The ACLU provides information on your rights if you are stopped by the police.
Family Preparedness Plan Available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
United We Dream Provides information on how to get help.
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition Provides a list of events and have an important news section.
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network Legal services for immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers who are facing deportation at the GEO/ICE immigration detention center in Aurora, CO; free legal and support services for survivors of human trafficking and sex trafficking.
Scholarships for Undocumented Students
Latin American Educational Foundation (LAEF)
My Undocumented Life
Financial Aid for Minority Students
Colleges & Universities Supporting Immigrant And Undocumented Students
Colorado State University
Community College of Denver
Metropolitan State University of Denver
University of Northern Colorado
Mental Health & Medical Resources for Immigrant and Undocumented Families
Colorado Crisis Services 1.844.493.8255 (24/7 crisis support) or text TALK to 38255
Community Reach Center Walk-in crisis center at 2551 W. 84th Ave., Ste. 2, Westminster
Servicios de la Raza We provide medical, dental, pharmacy and behavioral health care services to keep you and your family healthy.