Health/Mental Health Resources

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Colorado Crisis Services

Colorado Crisis Services is available for free, confidential, and professional 24/7 support.

Health First Colorado and Child Health Plan Plus

The economic downturn caused by the COVID19 pandemic is having a significant impact on many Coloradans. Many have lost their jobs — and along with that — their employer sponsored health benefits. During this pandemic — which is creating both health risk and increased stress and anxiety — it is especially important for all Coloradans to have health care coverage. When it comes to health coverage, the State may be able to
help. Specifically, you may be eligible for health coverage options available through the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing or Connect for Health Colorado, the State’s individual marketplace exchange. Learn more about coverage options.

Resources for Mental Health

Suicide and Depression Hotlines and Websites

***The following are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week

Mental Health Agencies (Therapy/Counseling)
Resources for Staff

This toll-free number gives you direct, 24/7 access to a GuidanceConsultant, who will answer your questions and, if needed, refer you to a counselor or other resources.