Center for Inclusion and Social Change at CU Boulder

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Center for Inclusion and Social Change at CU Boulder

The Center for Inclusion and Social Change at the University of Colorado, Boulder provides support, programs and events for undergrad and grad students, focusing our attention on the most underrepresented groups on CU Boulder’s campus. This includes advocacy and support for our undocumented, DACAmented, and Dreamer community.

Student Support Regardless of Status

The center’s role is to support and advocate for under-represented students on campus, including our undocumented, mixed status, DACAmented, and wider Dreamer community.

This can be everything from helping connect students to the right resources, foster community building opportunities, troubleshoot situations as well as finding support on and off campus.


Connecting Students to Resources:

  • Financial Aid

  • Housing Support

  • CU Law Clinic

  • All student resources at CU Boulder

  • Individual meetings and support

Qualifications and Contact Information:

Students or prospective students of CU Boulder.

  • Call: 303-492-0272
  • Email Stephanie Roberts (Assistant Director):

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Free Well-Being Support for Immigration Stress and Trauma- DCAC

Our Immigrant Family Initiative provides mental health services specifically to families and children who are experiencing trauma or stress as a result of their immigration status or situation.
Services offered to families experiencing trauma due to immigration.

Services Available
Trainings- empower families in growth and well- being

Support groups- to share stories and heal from experiences.

Individual/family therapy- bilingual therapists with experience with immigration issues who individuals and families through, heal, and overcome experiences.

UNDOCU & DACA Student Support

Get help filling out your forms, and Scholarships. Undocumented & DACAmented are welcome

Grief Counseling Services- Judi’s House

Judi’s House provides support to children and families grieving a death. Services are provided to youth ages 3 to 25, and their families at no charge.

Disability Support and Education Services-El Grupo Vida Colorado

El Grupo VIDA is a network of Hispanic/Latino parents formed to provide mutual support for people with disabilities or special needs, their parents, family, and guardians.

Mental & General Health Support Services

La Cocina provides full access to traditional and nontraditional forms of mental health and health equity support services for the Latinx immigrant community.

Programs for Pregnant and Postpartum Mothers- Motherwise

MotherWise empowers women and their families to thrive during pregnancy and after a new baby is born.

Interested?! Contact the center today

Stephanie Roberts can be contacted in English, Spanish or Portuguese

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