Youth Resiliency Program/Northwest Colorado Health 

- Education & Training 

in Steamboat Springs, CO

Description: The Youth Resiliency Program launched in 2013 to teach youth how respond adaptively in the face of adversity to promote well-being through creative expression. Youth Resiliency is a trauma-informed upstream approach to support youth and trusted adults.
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Phone: 9708460787
Address: 1475 Pine Grove Road
Suite 202
Steamboat Springs CO 80487
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Website: https://northwestcoloradohealth.org/what_we_do/prevention-services/youth-resiliency.html
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Staff:
Whitney Bakarich, LPC
Whitney Bakarich, LPC

Youth Resiliency Program Manager. Whitney is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a passion for learning and positive youth development. She earned her Masters in clinical psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage with an emphasis on rural mental health. Whitney has been serving youth and their families in the Routt/Moffat region since 2014. Born and raised in Colorado, she loves adventuring outside with her husband and dogs.

Kelsey Bricker
Kelsey Bricker

Youth Resiliency Art Specialist. Kelsey has a passion for connecting with people of all ages. She was born in west Texas and has since lived in all the states where the Rocky Mountains are located. She moved to Routt County in 2016 and has made this her home. She has 3 children of her own. Kelsey enjoys watching her kids participate in activities, being outdoors, fishing, hiking, camping, and dirt biking.