Below you will find local resources for you or friends and family to utilize within La Plata County

This is a list of items we have put together at In the Weeds - from yoga, to meditations

This is a comprehensive list of local therapists 

This is a local nonprofit that assists in homebuying and down payment assistance. 

Oak Tree Resources offers opportunities and encouragement to young people who need support with Education, Job Skills, Employment and Avoiding Homelessness. We exist to help young people begin to heal while moving towards independence.

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings welcome anyone looking to live a life free of his or her addiction to alcohol. During meetings, members work through the 12-steps in the program and share their struggles and celebrations with other members. As you make your way through the steps in the program, you become more empowered to continue in your recovery and abstain from drinking.

NA shares many features with AA, but it focuses on helping those who struggle with an addiction to drugs rather than alcohol. The only requirement to attend NA meetings in Durango is a true desire to stop using drugs and live a sober life. Durango NA meetings provide a space for support and acceptance where you can share your struggles with addiction.

The Durango Dharma Center offers meditation and teachings steeped in the tradition of Theravada Buddhism. Dedicated to the Buddha’s practices, we support awakening and mindful living, cultivating refuge, freedom, and well-being in the midst of everyday life.

The La Plata Family Centers Coalition provides direct support to families: health insurance enrollment, utility assistance, or a housing payment.

Housing Solutions was formed in 1981 and first operating under the name Southwest Community Resources. Today we operate multiple programs, all housing related, to help people in Southwest Colorado who are struggling to meet their basic housing needs. We work in Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, and San Juan Counties.

Compañeros is a grassroots nonprofit immigrant rights organization that strives to serve and empower immigrants in the rural Southwest through community organizing, education outreach, and bilingual direct assistance.​

SASO is dedicated to providing advocacy to victims of sexual assault and providing education and prevention programs aimed at increasing public awareness and safety to stop sexual violence through an anti-oppression framework.

Individual and group therapy for children, teens and adults experiencing a loss in their lives. Support groups for bereaved individuals

Special programs for bereaved children and their families. Pre- and neo-natal loss support. Community resources on grief, loss and trauma-informed care. Assistance with memorial service planning and facilitation