Are you experiencing depression, anxiety, uncontrolled emotion? Do you or someone you love need immediate help? Below is a guide to help you understand what local resources are available depending on your area of need.

Life-Threatening Emergencies

Call 9-1-1 Now

 

Call 9-1-1 if someone is:

  • Bleeding
  • Has ingested something toxic
  • Has a weapon
  • Is currently in the process of self-harming, harming others or attempting suicide
  • Causing property damage

Immediate Behavioral Health Support

Your Hope Center:

Call 970-306-4673


Colorado Crisis Center:

Call 844-493-8255

Contact Your Hope Center or the Colorado Crisis Center immediately if:
 
  • Someone is experiencing suicidal thoughts
  • Someone is experiencing emotional distress
  • You are concerned about a loved one and want support on what to do or how to help
Your Hope Center's line is staffed 24/7 with licensed mental health clinicians and peers. If the situation escalates while on the phone with Colorado Crisis Services, they will contact local dispatch and support you or your loved one by initiating a welfare check.

Please note: calls to the new National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (988) are routed to local call centers based on the caller’s area code. Even if a caller is physically in Colorado, if they have an out-of-state area code, it will be routed to a center in that area code.

Therapy & Resources

Find a Therapist →

To make an appointment with local available therapists:

Call 970-445-2489

Find Resources →

Find the best therapist and resources for yourself or others:
 
  • Research local therapists through the Therapist Finder or call (970) 445-2489 to make an appointment.
  • Ask the person if they are in danger of hurting themselves or others. If they are, refer to our Immediate Behavioral Health Support information above.
  • Not ready to speak to a therapist, but looking for additional information and support? Visit our Resources page to learn more about local support options.

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