General Crisis Intervention Hotlines

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    Programs that provide immediate assistance for people who are emotionally distressed with the objective of defusing the crisis, ensuring the person's safety and helping the person to take the next immediate steps toward resolving the problem. General crisis intervention hotlines are available to anyone who is experiencing a crisis rather than focusing people with particular types of problems such as domestic violence or child abuse. Hotline staff are generally available via the telephone, email, live chat, texting and/or instant message (IM).

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    24/7 Crisis Services (Canon City) - Solvista HealthProvides free 24/7 crisis services, which includes behavioral health evaluations and interventions, as well as other supports.Fremont CountyCanon City - Solvista HealthSolvista Health
    Crisis Center & Crisis Stabilization ServicesCrisis Services: Whether you come to the walk-in crisis center, receive help from a mobile crisis responder, or need additional treatment, North Range is here to help. Compassionate, professional staff collaborate with other community agencies to help ensure you get the care that you need. If appropriate, North Range can refer you to further mental health and/or addiction treatment services. When you reach out, the first priority is addressing your immediate crisis. North Range will then work to help you get on the road to recovery. As part of the statewide crisis system for all Coloradoans, North Range Behavioral Health provides crisis services and partners with community resources to get you the help you need. Weld CountyNorth Range Behavioral HealthNorth Range Behavioral Health
    Crisis Intervention and Safe House - Estes Valley Crisis AdvocatesProvides 24-hour crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, other crimes and trauma. Advocacy, counseling and referrals given for the appropriate community resources. Also provides an emergency Safe House for victims of domestic violence (men, women, families with children).Larimer CountyEstes Valley Crisis AdvocatesEstes Valley Crisis Advocates
    Crisis Support - Crisis Text LineProvides free, confidential crisis support via text 24 hours/7 days a week to individuals in crisis nationwide. Text "home" to 741741 to be connected with a trained crisis counselor. Service is text only.Out of StateCrisis Text LineCrisis Text Line
    Mental Health Crisis Line (Salida) - Solvista HealthProvides free 24/7 crisis services, which includes behavioral health evaluations and interventions, as well as other supports.Chaffee CountySalida - Solvista HealthSolvista Health
    Mental Health Services - AXIS Health SystemAxis Health System offers behavioral and mental health services through Columbine Behavioral Health Care. Services include: - Outpatient Individual and Group Counseling & Therapy - Substance Abuse Treatment - Dialectical Behavior Therapy - Crisis Evaluation & Intervention - Psychiatric Care (medication management) - Vocational Support - Wellness Support Groups Support groups are also available for substance abuse and other mental health related conditions. Call for more details.La Plata County281 SAWYER DRAXIS Health System
    Mental Health Services (Kit Carson) / 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 ServicesKit Carson CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Logan) / 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 - Mental Health PartnersA comprehensive mental health and substance use treatment provider with clinic locations in Boulder and Broomfield counties. Services include: - 24/7 mental health crisis intervention and care (in-person and over the phone) - Outpatient services for infants, children, adolescents, adults and families - Substance abuse treatment and withdrawal management (detoxification and residential programs) - Rape crisis counseling and support - Bilingual/bi-cultural services - Individual and group treatment settingsBoulder CountyMental Health PartnersMental Health Partners
    Mental Health Services (Morgan) / 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) / Centennial Mental Health CenterOur services address the needs of culturally diverse youth and families through both traditional and non-traditional treatment and support services. We focus on the needs of the individual clients and provide a network to guide youth through the transition to adulthood. Specific services are available to meet identified mental health and substance abuse needs.Sedgwick CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Washington) / 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 ServicesWashington CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    Mental Health Services (Yuma) / 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 ServicesYuma CountyCentennial Mental Health CenterCentennial Mental Health Center
    National Hotline - Boys Town National HotlineBoys Town National Hotline offers assistance to anyone with any problem at any time. 24-hours crisis hotline that children and parents may call with any problem or serious concern. Problems have included physical abuse, sexual abuse, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, parenting problems, suicide, running away, school problems, etc. Special services include Bilingual Counselors (English/Spanish) and TTY for Speech and Hearing Impaired.Out of StateBoys Town National HotlineBoys Town National Hotline
    Senior Support - Center for Trauma & ResilienceThe Elder Program provides crisis intervention, trauma recovery and other care management services to older adults who are victims of abuse, neglect or exploitation, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect by caregivers and financial abuse. Services include: - 24-hour hotline (English and Spanish) - Crisis counseling - Emergency financial assistance - Care management - Senior companion accompaniment and transportation services - Advocacy - Individual and group counseling - Information and referrals - Educational workshops - Kinship support group (Words of Wisdom) - Crime and injury prevention (Personalized Crime Prevention Plan), including home, neighborhood, and risk assessments (e.g., fraudulent mail offers and telephone solicitors) Denver CountyCenter for Trauma & ResilienceCenter for Trauma & Resilience
    Transgender Crisis & Resource Line - Trans LifelineProvides assistance and resources to transgender individuals experiencing a crisis. Also provides support to individuals who may be struggling with their gender identity and are unsure of transgender status.Out of StateTrans LifelineTrans Lifeline
    Veterans & Active Duty Crisis Line - Veterans Crisis LineProvides a confidential free 24/7 crisis hotline for veterans, active duty service members, and their loved ones.Out of StateUnited States Department of Veterans AffairsUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs
    Victim Assistance - Center for Trauma & ResilienceOffers support services to victims of crime in Denver County including: - 24 hour/7 days a week crisis hotline and intervention - Information and referrals - Financial assistance - Short-term counseling - Case management services - Limited funds for rent, transportation, window or door repair, lock repair, relocation services, burial expenses, or crime scene clean-upDenver CountyCenter for Trauma & ResilienceCenter for Trauma & Resilience
    Walk-In Crisis Center (115 S Parkside Dr) - AspenPointeProvides a safe place to de-escalate crises around overwhelming stress or trauma, severe depression/anxiety, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, family crisis, and more. If additional care is needed, CSU staff can connect patients to appropriate resources within the community. Anyone in need can also call 24/7 for assistance by phone. This service is free and available for any age. El Paso County115 S Parkside Dr - AspenPointeAspenPointe
    Walk-In Crisis Center (6071 E Woodmen Rd) - AspenPointeProvides a safe place to de-escalate crises around overwhelming stress or trauma, severe depression/anxiety, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, family crisis, and more. If additional care is needed, CSU staff can connect patients to appropriate resources within the community. Anyone in need can also call 24/7 for assistance by phone. This service is free and available for any age. El Paso County6071 E Woodmen Rd - AspenPointeAspenPointe

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