Colorado has been through a great deal of tragedy - from the wildfires that ravaged through the state to the shocking Aurora theater shooting that left 12 people dead and 58 injured.
Despite the terribleoccurrences, there is still so much to be thankful for.
Watch the video above to see what other Coloradans are happy they had this year.
If you are feeling depressed during holiday season, here are some resources for you:
- ARVADA - serving Clear Creek, Gilpin and Jefferson, counties - Crisis Line - Jefferson Center for Mental Health - 24 hours / 7 days - 303-425-0300 or 1-800-201-5264 or 303-432-5049 TDD
- BOULDER - 24-Hour Emergency Services - Mental Health Center of Boulder County - 24 hours / 7 days - 303-447-1665
- COLORADO SPRINGS - serving Colorado Springs & surrounding communities - Crisis Center - Pikes Peak Mental Health - 24 hours / 7 days - 719-635-7000
- COLORADO SPRINGS - serving the Pikes Peak region - Hotline - Suicide Prevention Partnership - Pikes Peak Region - 24 hours / 7 days - 719-596-5433 (LIFE)
- DENVER - serving Metro Denver area - Lis'n Crisis Hotline - Professional Psychology Center - 24 hours / 7 days - Suicide / Depression Hotline - 303-860-1200 - Youth Support Line - 303-894-9000
- ENGLEWOOD - serving Arapahoe & Douglas counties, excluding Aurora - Emergency Services - Arapahoe / Douglas Mental Health Network - 24 hours / 7 days - 303-795-6187
- GREELEY - serving Weld County - Emergency Services - North Range Behavioral Health - 24 hours / 7 days - 970-353-3686
- FORT COLLINS - serving Larimer County - Larimer Center for Mental Health - 24 hours / 7 days Weekdays - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. - 970-221-2114 After Hours & Weekends - 970-221-5551
- PUEBLO - Pueblo Suicide Prevention Center - Help Line - 24 Hours - 719-544-1133 - Teen Hotline - 719-564-5566 Mon-Fri - 5 to 10 p.m.