Colorado Mental Health Resources – November 30, 2021

Colorado Resources

Colorado Crisis Services:

Text TALK to 38255 or call 844-493-8255 to speak with a Colorado Crisis Counselor.

The Center for Trauma & Resilience  

The Center for Trauma & Resilience provides culturally and linguistically responsive programs, health promotion and crime prevention education. They provide services to those affected by crime and the resulting trauma, at no cost. Our office is located in Denver, CO.

(303) 894-8000 (English) or (303) 718-8289 (Español)

Therapist of Color Collaborative

At the Therapist of Color Collaborative, we welcome you to a space where ALL of our therapists are professionals of color that deliver responsive, sensitive, and trauma-informed services to our community.  We do so with compassion and we’re on a mission to advance racial equity for mental health services.

303-881-1101

Rose Andom Center

Services are available to all victims of domestic violence who are in need of information and help in finding resources, safety, and hope for themselves and their children.

Aurora Mental Health Center (AMHC)

AMHC provides counseling, behavioral and mental health services to individuals and families of Aurora and Arapahoe County.

303-617-2300

Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)

MHCD provides counseling, behavioral and mental health services to individuals and families of Denver County.

303-504-6500

Montbello Solutions 

Montbello Solutions is a community driven wellness collaborative of organizations, providers and holistic wellness professionals determined to address the mental health needs of the community.

Mental Health Partner’s Trauma Center  Moving Beyond Trauma Center – serves Boulder County

#BoulderStrong Center a place of healing and support dedicated to serving as a resource and referral center for residents, visitors and first responders affected by the Boulder Table Mesa tragedy.

Naropa University’s Naropa Student Counseling Center. If you are a student at Naropa, and you are interested in counseling support, please let us know. Naropa Student Counseling Center offers weekly counseling during the academic year to those students whose needs are in our scope, and help others get to the support they need. We also provide weekly acudetox and a variety of other group support opportunities and outreach and education to the community. Questions? Please reach to us at studentcounselingcen@naropa.edu or call us at 303.245.4630 or check out more of what we do at naropa.sharepoint.com/sites/StudentCounselingCenter.

Naropa Community Counseling integrates contemplative approaches with modern clinical practice to assist our clients in reaching their highest level of emotional and mental well-being. We provide cutting edge, transformative intervention across a broad range of therapeutic services. Naropa Community Counseling serves Boulder and Front Range residents with low to moderate income, with $30 individual sessions and $45 couples sessions (intakes are slightly more) and also accepts Medicaid.

CU Boulder Campus Resources

Trauma specific resource for CU Boulder students, staff and faculty: The Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) can be reached at 303-492-8855 (24/7 phone line). T 

  • Provides free, confidential counseling, advocacy, information and referrals for all CU community members, including undergrad and grad students, staff and faculty.
  • Specializes in current and past life-disruptive events including but not limited to crime, intimate partner abuse, sexual assault/misconduct, stalking, disasters, mass violence, experiences of bias, harassment, discrimination, abuse and violence.

National Resources

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Lifeline) at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or text the Crisis Text Line (text HELLO to 741741). 

National Institute of Mental Health

Suicide prevention warning signs and resources.

National Alliance on Mental Illness

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.