In Person Crisis Intervention

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    Programs that provide an opportunity for people who are emotionally distressed and/or for their significant others to meet face-to-face with someone who has been trained to assess and resolve the immediate crisis, if possible, and to link the person with appropriate resources for ongoing assistance.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    24-Hour Walk-In Crisis Center (E Colfax Ave) - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)The Mental Health Center of Denver operates a 24-hour crisis walk-in center in partnership with Colorado Crisis Services. The walk-in center provides confidential, in-person crisis mental health, substance use or emotional support, and information and referrals to anyone in need.Denver CountyE Colfax Ave - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)
    Adult Inpatient and Intensive Outpatient Services - Centennial Peaks HospitalAdult treatment options at Centennial Peaks include: - Acute inpatient care for mental health issues - Psychiatric and crisis stabilization - Electroconvulsive therapy - Partial hospitalization - Intensive outpatient treatment - Other mental health services Treatment is available for depression, anxiety, emotional problems, inability to carry out daily activities, and a significant decrease in functioning at home/work with family and friends. Group and individual therapy is also available.Boulder CountyCentennial Peaks HospitalCentennial Peaks Hospital
    Advocacy for Abuse Victims - Deaf DOVEProvides services that empower and offer hope to survivors of domestic violence/sexual assault in Colorado who are deaf, hard of hearing, Deaf-blind or Children of Deaf Adults (CODAs). Services include: - Victim Service Provider Training - Developing a Safety Plan - Youth Prevention Workshops (Relationship abuse, bullying, domestic violence, sexual assault) - Information and Resources that provide legal, medical, victim, emotional help and survivor mentorship. - Crisis Intervention - Video Phone Hotline - Support Groups - Deaf Culture Training Workshops - Community Education Workshops Denver CountyDeaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment (DOVE)Deaf Overcoming Violence through Empowerment (DOVE)
    Behavioral Health Services - Gunnison Valley Health HospitalGunnison Valley Health partners with the Center for Mental Health to provide a new model of care to better address the behavioral health need of Gunnison Valley Residence. Services include: - Brief behavioral change assessment and planning - Individual therapy - A counseling space within a primary care facility - Education and support groups - Suicide prevention - Integrated services with multiple agenciesGunnison CountyGunnison Valley Health HospitalGunnison Valley Health Hospital
    Child Advocacy and Abuse Services - SungateKidsProvides a number of services for children who have experienced abuse, including: - initial crisis intervention and ongoing support - community resource referrals - victims’ rights information - assistance with victims’ compensation applications - support groups - forensic interviewing servicesArapahoe CountySungateKidsSungateKids
    Colorado Crisis Services - Rocky Mountain Crisis PartnersWalk-in centers are open 24 hours/7 days a week, and offer confidential, in-person crisis support and information and referrals to anyone in need. Some locations provide crisis beds for 1 - 5 days, for either voluntary or involuntary treatment. Respite Care can only be initiated by a Crisis Services Clinician after an in-person meeting. Those needing safe, peer-managed stabilization and support can stay voluntarily for 1 - 14 days to get the help they need. With a referral from a Crisis Services Clinician, RMCP can send out a mental health professional to provide support for those in need of face-to-face help, but who are unable to reasonably reach a walk-in clinic. Please call for more information or to get help.Denver CountyRocky Mountain Crisis PartnersRocky Mountain Crisis Partners
    Columbine Behavioral Healthcare (La Plata County) - Axis Health SystemColumbine Center offers mental health ongoing and crisis services. Services offered at this location include but are not limited to: - Outpatient Counseling & Therapy - Crisis Evaluation & Intervention - Psychiatric Care (medication management) - Vocational Support - Community Support Support groups are also available for substance abuse and other mental health related issues. Call for specific details on how to sign up.La Plata CountyAxis Health System - La PlataAxis Health System
    Community Evaluation Team and Crisis Intervention - Youth Services Department of Moffat CountyCommunity Evaluation Team and Crisis Intervention provides crisis intervention services for youth in conflict with parents and/or law enforcement and to provide community programs for juveniles at risk of out of home placement. Moffat CountyYouth Services Department of Moffat CountyYouth Services Department of Moffat County
    Crisis Assessment Center - Medical Center of the RockiesProvides intervention, assessment, referral to and/or placement with appropriate services for individuals experiencing severe mental health and/or substance abuse crises including suicidal or homicidal behavior and severe intoxication.Larimer CountyMedical Center of the Rockies - University of Colorado HealthUCHealth
    Crisis Assessment Center - University of Colorado HealthIntervention, assessment, referral to and/or placement with appropriate services for people in northern Larimer County experiencing severe mental health and/or substance abuse crises including suicidal or homicidal behavior and severe intoxication. CAC is primarily accessed through law enforcement, ambulance service, and mental health providers but is also available to walk-in clients. A mobile assessment unit is available, but hours vary.Larimer CountyUCHealthUCHealth
    Crisis Center and Crisis Stabilization ServicesOur Crisis Support Services operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, we can help. There are many different ways for you to get assistance at North Range Behavioral Health: Weld CountyNorth Range Behavioral HealthNorth Range Behavioral Health
    Crisis Center (Riverside Ave) - SummitStone Health PartnersOffers services for individuals and families that include behavioral health triage, substance use screening, immediate crisis intervention, de-escalation, and follow up care. Larimer CountyRiverside Ave - SummitStone Health PartnersSummitStone Health Partners
    Crisis Response/Emergency Services - Mind Springs HealthHighly trained professionals respond to calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Call the hotline, 1-888-207-4004 in an emergency mental or substance abuse situation, or simply call the hotline to find out more about other crisis services we offer including warm line support, mobile crisis response, walk-in treatment, and peer respite services.Mesa CountyMesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)AspenPointe's Crisis Stabilization Unit is open 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week and is available for all ages, regardless of ability to pay. CSU patients have immediate access to licensed professional counselors, peer specialists and care coordinators and referral assistance for a broad range of other community services as needed. Many people struggling with a mental illness can be treated in the center and returned to the community without the need for inpatient treatment. The more quickly someone receives treatment the less likely his or her condition will worsen. The CSU offers a less-restrictive alternative to hospitalization and provides timely de-escalation, early intervention and patient stabilization to prevent the need for higher levels of care. The CSU’s crisis community living rooms provide a safe environment that facilitates relationships between staff and individuals to build support networks and connect them with community resources. Respite is available on a limited basis for children and adults (including Substance Use and Dual Diagnosis) as clinically indicated. CSU Staff will connect patients to appropriate resourcesEl Paso CountyCrisis Stabilization UnitAspen Pointe Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)
    Drop-in Center for Youth - Sox PlaceProvides a daytime drop-in center offering: - A hot meal - Snacks - Recreation - Internet access - Clothing - Personal hygiene items - Crisis intervention - Referrals to other resourcesDenver CountySox PlaceSox Place
    Mental Health Services - (Kit Carson County) - Centennial Mental Health CenterCentennial provides Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder treatment for the residents of Northeastern Colorado. Staff members are dedicated to providing the best treatment in the least restrictive setting at a reasonable cost to the residents of our service area. We are regulated by the State of Colorado through the Office of Behavioral HealthKit Carson CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Logan County) - Centennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of Northeastern Colorado. 4 Regional Directors manage local administrative operations with Centennial's 10 counties designated in 4 regions: • Northeast: Logan, Phillips, and Sedgwick counties • Central: Morgan, and Washington counties • South: Elbert, and Lincoln counties • East: Cheyenne, Kit Carson, and Yuma counties Clinical Coordinators manage center-wide clinical operations designated into 4 service categories: • Youth & Family • Adult Mental Health • Substance Abuse • Intensive Services Logan CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Morgan County) - Centennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of Northeastern Colorado. 4 Regional Directors manage local administrative operations with Centennial's 10 counties designated in 4 regions: • Northeast: Logan, Phillips, and Sedgwick counties • Central: Morgan, and Washington counties • South: Elbert, and Lincoln counties • East: Cheyenne, Kit Carson, and Yuma counties Morgan CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Sedgwick County) - Centennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of Northeastern Colorado. 4 Regional Directors manage local administrative operations with Centennial's 10 counties designated in 4 regions: • Northeast: Logan, Phillips, and Sedgwick counties • Central: Morgan, and Washington counties • South: Elbert, and Lincoln counties • East: Cheyenne, Kit Carson, and Yuma counties Clinical Coordinators manage center-wide clinical operations designated into 4 service categories: • Youth & Family • Adult Mental Health • Substance Abuse • Intensive Services Sedgwick CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Washington County) - Centennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of Northeastern Colorado. Washington CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Yuma County) - Centennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of Northeastern Colorado. Yuma CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Sexual Assault Support and Prevention - S.A.R.A., Inc.S.A.R.A. House Child Advocacy Center was established to assist in the investigative process of child sexual abuse cases. It was founded to provide a child-friendly, safe, and neutral enviroment where police investigators and detectives, social workers, mental health therapists, and medical professionals can talk with children and their families in surroundings that would lessen the anxiety of a child who has been victimized or is witness to a crime. Children and teens who have been sexually or physically abused can tell their stories to trained forensic interviewers, undergo comprehensive medical exams performed by specially trained sexual assault examiners and receive victim advocacy services in a safe, respectful environment as they begin to heal from the trauma they have experienced without being re-traumatized in the process. S.A.R.A. House is the only child advocacy center in the Thirteenth Judicial District, State of ColoradoMorgan CountyS.A.R.A.,Inc.- Sexual Assault Response AdvocatesS.A.R.A.,Inc.- Sexual Assault Response Advocates
    Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy (Weld County) - Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)Provides the following confidential services to victims of sexual assault ages 3 and older: - Advocacy through the 24/7 rape crisis hotline - In-person advocacy - Emergency crisis intervention - Support groups - On-going and follow-up supportive services to anyone impacted by sexual assault, attempted sexual assault, and/or incest - Referrals for medical exams, STD testing, and treatment - Help filing protection orders Weld CountyWeld County - Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)Sexual Assault Victim Advocates (SAVA)
    Summit Safe Haven (Detox) - Mind Springs HealthThis non-medical acute care program to withdraw from drugs and/or alcohol is one-to-five days in duration and provides a safe, supervised environment for intoxicated individuals who may be a danger to themselves or others. Also offers respite care and crisis intervention and stabilization. Summit CountySummit County - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Victim Advocacy - Advocates for Victims of AssaultProvides 24-hour crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma. Services include the following: - Crisis line available 24 hours/7 days a week - Emergency shelter for women, children, and men - Legal advocacy - Information and referral to community agencies On-call advocates are available in person and over the phone 24 hours/7 days a week, 365 days a year.Summit CountyAdvocates for Victims of AssaultAdvocates for Victims of Assault
    Wraparound Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Servicios de la RazaThe VISTAS (Victims in Safe Transition and Self-Sufficiency) program offers services to victims of domestic violence and their families throughout the state of Colorado, including the following: - Case management - Victim and legal advocacy - Crisis intervention - 24-hour crisis line, - Assistance with victims’ compensation - Support groups - Referrals and assistance in accessing free or low-cost legal representation for family and immigration casesDenver CountyServicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza

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