Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP): A collaborative group of organizations across the Western United States providing stress management resources specifically to America’s agricultural workers. Includes a searchable database of help on various topics for Western States.
Farm Crisis Center: Searchable database by the National Farmers Union of all types of resources for agricultural workers.
Talk with Farm Aid: The Farm Aid Farmers Services Team will assist you in finding resources for almost any topic. Fill out their Online Request for Assistance form or call at 1-800-FARM-AID (1-800-327-6243)
Colorado Agricultural Addiction and Mental Health Program (CAAMHP): Free vouchers for agricultural workers seeking behavioral health services. CAAMHP provides members of our agricultural and rural communities with six free sessions to an ag-friendly, licensed behavioral health professional. It’s anonymous and in many cases, can be accessed remotely.
Colorado Crisis Services: free, confidential, and immediate support via phone, text, or in-person at walk-in centers. Call 1-844-493-8255or Text “TALK” to 38255
NAMI Colorado: Colorado’s branch of the National Alliance on Mental Health, NAMI Colorado provides information, support, and local resources on mental health issues
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP A confidential, 24/7 information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
Colorado Open Lands: Conservation easements/succession planning
Colorado Department of Agriculture Grants: A regularly updated list of funds available to Colorado agricultural producers
NRCS Colorado: Grants from the Colorado branch of the National Resource Conservation Service.
Facing Farm Financial Stress: A printed resource from Ohio State University for agricultural workers facing financial stress and considering bankruptcy.
Agrability Colordo: Agrability helps farmers with disabilities, injuries, long-term illness, or another functional limitation find no-cost solutions to the physical difficulties of farm work. Brochure here.
Health First Colorado: Colorado has a Medicaid program specifically for working adults with disabilities. If you have an approved disability you may be eligible for reduced or free health care.
National Center for FarmWorker Health Helpline: Bilingual (Spanish/English) hotline that provides health information and referral services for farmworkers and their families.