|Centro de la Familia: Crisis hotline offering service in Spanish at 719.432.5305.|
|Colorado Crisis Line: You don't have to go through it alone. Reach out for free, confidential, professional, 24/7 support. Call 1.844.493.TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255.|
|Community Reach Center Warm Line and Heroes Program: Feeling anxious? Not sleeping well? Feeling hopeless? Mis-using substances? Experiencing strained relationships? Give Community Reach Center's Warm Line a call at 303.280.6602. Mental health professionals are available to talk, listen, lend support, and facilitate referrals to other programs that can help build your coping skills and bolster resiliency.
The Warm Line is not intended for crisis intervention. Anyone feeling unsafe or suicidal should call Colorado Crisis Services at 1.844.493.8255, text 38255, or visit the Behavioral Health Urgent Care Center at 2551 W. 84th Ave., Westminster. Therapists and peer specialists are standing by to provide you and your family with compassion, support, and helpful resources.
Community Reach Center’s COVID-19 Heroes Program is designed specifically to serve healthcare workers during the pandemic. Any healthcare worker who lives or works in Adams or Broomfield counties can receive up to six counseling sessions free of charge. After an initial evaluation, counseling sessions will be provided via telehealth.
We encourage any healthcare professional who lives or works in Adams or Broomfield counties to give us a call on the Warm Line at 303.280.6602 for support and also take advantage of the six free counseling sessions. It’s our way of helping to safeguard their mental wellness so that they are better equipped to care for their patients and our community.
Visit this link to get an update on the other Community Reach Center services underway, including information on outpatient telehealth therapy, new patient intake information, and details about their behavioral health urgent care, detox center, and school-based therapy.
|Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook: The Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook was specifically designed around anxiety and Coronavirus. This is all about being purposeful and thoughtful about your health. Topics include improving both physical and emotional health, tips to reduce your anxiety, and how to manage the barrage of information we receive on a daily basis. Included are several links to uplifting news sources.|
|Disaster Distress Helpline: The Disaster Distress Helpline, 1.800.985.5990, is a 24/7, 365-day-a-year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. This toll-free, multilingual, and confidential crisis support service is available to all residents in the U.S. and its territories. Stress, anxiety, and other depression-like symptoms are common reactions after a disaster. Call 1.800.985.5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor.|
|Kind Connection Program: Kind Connection brings individuals within the community together by phone to support one another during these difficult times. Having a kind voice to connect with and a thoughtful listening ear can make a world of difference when you’re feeling like everything has been just a bit too much. Our Kind Connection volunteers have been properly screened and equipped with relevant and accurate information, resources, and tools to help you navigate this uncertain time. As fellow members within your community, they are here to listen and be an added support.|
|Living Room Conversations: Living Room Conversations offers the resources to help people connect and perhaps even relieve some of the anxiety being felt in our country and around the world.|
|National Suicide Prevention Line: 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, and best practices for professionals. Call 1.800.273.8255.|
|Pennock Center for Counseling: Scheduled phone sessions and HIPPA-compliant e-therapy are available through Pennock Center (when requested but not regularly scheduled). Read their post on Coping with Anxiety and Coronavirus. Also have a four-week no-cost group to help various aspects of grief. Pre-registration required at 303.655.9065.|
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s (SAMHSA) Disaster Distress Helpline: Natural disasters – including pandemics like the coronavirus outbreak – can be overwhelming and also can seriously affect emotional health. SAMHSA's Disaster Distress Helpline – 800.985.5990 (or text TalkWithUs to 66746) – provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to anyone who is seeking help in coping with the mental or emotional effects caused by developments related to the coronavirus pandemic.
|The Crisis Center: 24-hour crisis hotline at 888.247.7472 from The Crisis Center in Littleton.|
Tru Grief Services: Offering virtual group therapy to help healthcare workers having a hard time being on the frontline manage stress. A therapist will make an assessment to see which group would be beneficial in current circumstances. Services provided at no cost or on a sliding scale. 303-604-5300.