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Can't afford therapy?

Phoenix works with grant-funded programs to provide free short-term therapy for youth ages 12-21. Please find the details below.

IMatter Colorado:
Six Free Grant-Funded Sessions

Are you having trouble finding the right therapist because you or your loved one is neurodivergent? Is it difficult to pay for therapy or find a qualified provider who takes your insurance?


Phoenix is here to help. Ze works with IMatter Colorado, a grant-funded program to provide youth (ages 0-21) free brief-treatment therapy.


To sign up, go to, fill out the survey, then schedule. Zir spots go quickly, so sign up today! Don't see a spot? Register on zir waitlist.

Second Wind Fund:
12-20 Free Grant-Funded Sessions

Are you a young person struggling with suicidal thoughts? Do you know someone who died by suicide or have you attempted yourself? Struggling to get therapy covered?


Phoenix is contracted with the SWF program, which offers twelve to twenty grant-funded sessions. All providers are experienced with suicide prevention and work to ensure client's safety. Phoenix also trains SWF therapists to be neurodiversity-affirming.

To learn more, go to

Note: Phoenix's SWF spots are currently booked, but there are many other providers you can sign up with.

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