|Access Center (Bristlecone St) - SummitStone Health Partners||Provides 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 care||Larimer County||Bristlecone St - SummitStone Health Partners||SummitStone Health Partners|
|Colorado Crisis and Support Line - Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners||Provides crisis response through telephone, text, and chat 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 County||Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners||Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners|
|Correctional Counseling Services - Desert Waters Correctional Outreach||Provides 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 County||Corrections-counseling||Desert Waters Correctional Outreach|
|Mental Health Crisis Hotline||A 24 hour mental health crisis hotline for those who are suicidal or having a mental health crisis.||Mesa County||515 28 3/4 RD||Mind Springs Health|
|Mental Health Services - Aspen Hope Center||Provides mental health services, counseling and crisis intervention services.
- Community Education Classes
- Suicide Prevention Training
- Individual Counseling
- Mental Health Crisis Intervention
- Individualized Assessments and Outpatient Programs
- In-Home Assessments and Support
- Referral to other mental health resources
The Aspen Hope Center also 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 County||1460 E Valley Road||Aspen Hope Center|
|Mental Health Services (Aspen) - Mind Springs Health||Offers individual, couple, family and group therapy and treatment to help with such problems as depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties and substance abuse.
Provides the following services:
- Mental health counseling, including individual, family, couples, children and adolescents
- Psychiatric services
- Employee Assistance Programs
- Crisis intervention and emergency services
- Community education
- Substance abuse education and treatment
- DUI education and therapy groups for Levels I and II and consultation
||Pitkin County||0405 CASTLE CREEK RD||Mind Springs Health|
|NAMI Helpline (Denver County, S Albion St) - National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Colorado||Helpline 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 County||Denver County (S Albion St) - National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Colorado||National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Colorado|
|Outpatient Clinic (Granby) - Mind Springs Health||Provides counseling to those who have a mental health or substance abuse issue. 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 Health||Grand County||Granby - Mind Springs Health||Mind Springs Health|