Mental Health Hotlines

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    Taxonomy Code: RP-1500.1400-500

    Programs that provide immediate assistance for people whose emotional distress may range in severity from difficulty in coping with daily pressures to the crisis of a psychotic episode with the objective of defusing the crisis and helping the person develop a plan for establishing linkage with resources for ongoing assistance, if required. Hotline staff are generally available via the telephone, email, live chat, texting and/or instant message (IM).

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Access Center - SummitStone Health PartnersProvides all services for substance abuse and mental health through one central number. Individuals may: - Call to schedule an appointment - Refer a client - Get information - Get immediate careLarimer CountyCrestridge St - SummitStone Health PartnersSummitStone Health Partners
    Aspen Outpatient Clinic-Mind Springs HealthServices Offered: -24 Hour Emergency Services for persons experiencing a mental health crisis: Call 970-945-2583 -Outpatient Mental Health Therapy -Outpatient Mental Health Psychiatry -Parent/Child Relationship Therapy Groups -DUI Education -DUI Therapy -Substance Use Transitions -Substance Use Disorder Relapse Prevention -Substance Use Disorder Intensive outpatient Program (IOP) -Bipolar/Depression Peer Support -Men's Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Group (TREM) Pitkin CountyMesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Colorado Crisis and Support Line - Rocky Mountain Crisis PartnersProvides a telephone crisis line for community members with mental health or substance abuse questions, concerns, or emergencies. Will dispatch the Mobile Crisis Service to the caller's area if needed for onsite intervention.Denver CountyRocky Mountain Crisis PartnersRocky Mountain Crisis Partners
    Correctional Counseling Services - Desert Waters Correctional OutreachProvides mental health counseling for correctional and detention staff and their families both over the phone and in-person. Ventline is a hotline that is also available for use by corrections or detention staff and their family members 24 hours/7 days a week.Fremont CountyCorrections-counselingDesert Waters Correctional Outreach
    Emergency Psychiatric Services - Mental Health Partners24 hour emergency mental health services for persons of all ages. Telephone and in-person crisis intervention and evaluation for hospitalization if necessary. Walk-ins are welcome.Boulder CountyBoulder Office- Mental Health PartnersMental Health Partners
    Granby Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs HealthProvides counseling to those who have a mental health or substance problem. Offers DUI classes. Staff is qualified to deal with any type of disorder. Telephone screening determines what paperwork will be needed for outpatient treatment. Inpatient care is available at facility in Mesa County. Formerly known as Colorado West Regional Mental HealthGrand CountyMesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Mental Health Crisis HotlineA 24 hour mental health crisis hotline for those who are suicidal or having a mental health crisis.Mesa CountyGarfield County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Mental Health Referral & Crisis InterventionThe ACH is dedicated to enhancing the accessibility, quality, and knowledge of mental health services to people living and working in the Roaring Fork Valley. The Hope Center offers a 24-hour Hopeline at 970-925-5858 to offer an immediate personal response to individuals and families who need help with a mental health issue whether for information and referral and/or crisis intervention.Pitkin CountyAspen Hope CenterAspen Hope Center
    Mental Health Referral & Crisis InterventionThe ACH is dedicated to enhancing the accessibility, quality, and knowledge of mental health services to people living and working in the Roaring Fork Valley. The Hope Center offers a 24-hour Hopeline at 970-925-5858 to offer an immediate personal response to individuals and families who need help with a mental health issue whether for information and referral and/or crisis intervention.Eagle CountyAspen Hope CenterAspen Hope Center
    Mental Health Referral & Crisis InterventionThe ACH is dedicated to enhancing the accessibility, quality, and knowledge of mental health services to people living and working in the Roaring Fork Valley. The Hope Center offers a 24-hour Hopeline at 970-925-5858 to offer an immediate personal response to individuals and families who need help with a mental health issue whether for information and referral and/or crisis intervention.Garfield CountyAspen Hope CenterAspen Hope Center
    NAMI Helpline (Denver County, S Albion St) - National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) ColoradoHelpline is manned by staff and volunteers who provide emotional support while assisting caregivers, family members, or consumers to access information that will help them navigate the mental health system and connect with resources in the community. Helpline cannot provide individual counseling, case management, or legal advice. Crisis calls are transferred to Colorado Crisis Services.Denver CountyDenver County (S Albion St) - National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) ColoradoNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Colorado
    Region 2 24/7 Mental Health Numbers - 24 Hour Mental health Numbers24-Hour Crisis/Suicide Hotlines: Rocky Mountain Crisis Line - Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners 1-844-493-8255 Family Tree Gemini Crisis Hotline - Family Tree, Inc. (303) 235-0630 24-Hour Emergency Crisis Services - Aurora Mental Health Center (303) 617-2300 Crisis Hotline - Community Reach Center (residents of Adams County, excluding Aurora) (303) 853-3500 Emergency Services - Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network (residents of Arapahoe and Douglas counties, excluding Aurora) (303) 730-8858 Veterans and Active Duty Personnel Crisis Counseling - Veterans Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255, push 1 Denver County24 hour Mental Health Numbers24 Hour Mental Health Numbers
    Suicide & Crisis Line ServicesThe National Hopeline provides a 24 hour a day, seven days a week crisis hotline for people in crisis.Out of StateSuicide & Crisis LineThe National Hopeline Network
    Vail Outpatient Clinic-Mind Spring HealthServices Offered: 24 Hour Emergency Services for persons experiencing a mental health crisis: Call 911 and ask for the On-Call Counselor Outpatient Mental Health Counseling Outpatient Substance Abuse Counseling Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (matrix model) and aftercare Employee Assistance Programs DUI Education and Therapy Emergency Services Dialectical Behavior Therapy; Mind over Mood 24 Hour Emergency Services for persons experiencing a mental health emergency.Eagle CountyMesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health

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