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Mental Health Support

Below are the best links we know of and advocate for mental health support in Colorado. 

Colorado Crisis Services

There are four ways to get confidential and immediate help: by phone at 1- 844-493-8255, over text message (text the word “TALK” to 38255), via an online chat service, or at walk-in centers throughout metro Denver, northern, the southeast region and the western slope. Many of these services are available 24/7.

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Suicide Prevention Lifeline

We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential support for those in crisis 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255.

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Safe 2 Tell

Safe2Tell allows students, parents and community members to anonymously report anything that is concerning or threatening. According to their website, those who use the service can help stop a friend from committing suicide, get a friend to stop using drugs, or keep a bully from continuing to make other students miserable.

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Children's Hospital Colorado

The department offers outpatient counseling for individuals and families; intensive counseling and medication evaluation through a partial hospitalization program; and intensive individual, group and family day outpatient counseling programs. Learn more and schedule an appointment by calling 720-777-6200 or by visiting their website.

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University of Denver

DU offers counseling services for adults, children, couples, families, etc. at affordable rates. The sessions are provided by graduate student counselors under direct supervision of licensed psychologists and a peer consultation group. Prices range from $5 - $30 per session.

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Mental Health Colorado

This advocacy organization hosts a variety of online mental health screening in both English and Spanish, a mental health toolkit for schools, a page dedicated to the latest mental health research, as well as a variety of events throughout the year.

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Mental Health America

Take online mental health screens to see where you're at, research different mental health conditions and treatments, get tips for talking about your mental health, find worksheets for improving your mental health or staying healthy, etc.

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Colorado Service of Office Health

LADDERS is the Office of Behavioral Health's searchable online directory to find mental health or substance use provider in Colorado.

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Spark the Change

Spark the Change's Pro Bono Mental Health Program connects volunteer therapists, counselors and other professionals with low-income Coloradans who are in need of help. Call 1-844-380-6355 and if you qualify, you'll be matched with a counselor.

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Colorado Wellness Recovery

Colorado's 24/7/365 crisis hotline

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SAMHSA

The Substance and Mental Health Service Administration's behavioral health treatment services locator.

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Health First Colorado

Colorado's Medicaid Program

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