Youth Crisis and Support Resources in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties

Colorado Crisis Services/Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners

coloradocrisisservices.org

For any mental health crisis or to find out more mental health resources

Walk-In Clinics:

  • Westminster 2551 W 84th Ave Westminster, CO 80031
  • Littleton 6509 S. Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120
  • Denver 4353 E. Colfax Ave Denver, CO 80220
  • Aurora 791 Chambers Ave, Aurora, CO 80011
  • Lakewood 12055 W. 2nd Place Lakewood, CO 80228
  • Boulder 3180 Airport Road Boulder, CO 80301

Crisis Text Line

crisistextline.org

Connect to a volunteer crisis counselor. The service is free and text message charges do not apply to Verizon, AT& T, Sprint, or T-Mobile users

National LGBT Youth Suicide Hotline (The Trevor Project)

www.thetrevorproject.org/get-help-now/

Suicide crisis especially for LGBT youth

  • 24 Hour Call (1-866-488-7386)
  • Text Trevor to (202) 304-1200 (Monday - Friday, 1:00 pm–8:00 pm, Mountain Time)
  • TrevorChat (Daily 1:00 pm–8:00 pm, Mountain Time)

Carson J Spencer Foundation

www.carsonjspencer.org

(303) 837-8466

HelpPRO Suicide Prevention Therapist Finder

https://www.helppro.com/SPTF/BasicSearch.aspx

Colorado Office of Suicide Prevention

www.coosp.org

(303) 692-2539

Douglas/Arapahoe Suicide Prevention Alliance

www.dasuicideprevention.org/home

  • Offer suicide prevention training
  • A.S.I.S.T (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)
  • safeTALK
  • QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer)

Douglas County Sheriff Office and School District Partnership

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Text-A-Tip Program: Students can anonymously share information with law enforcement and school staff, for example someone selling drugs, bullying, threatening to hurt self or others. Contact the School Resource Officer (law enforcement) assigned to the school or School District Office Staff for more information.

Statewide: Safe2tell (877) 542-SAFE (877-542-SAFE) - reporting crime anonymously

Mental Health FIRST AID Colorado

www.mhfaco.org

Training program to empower individuals to identify, understand and respond to those in mental health and substance abuse crisis.

Mental Health First Aid, Youth Mental Health First Aid Class schedule list: www.mhfaco.org/find-a-class

My3app.org

www.my3app.org

Free app for suicide safety plan

All Health Network

www.allhealthnetwork.org

6509 South Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO, Walk-In, Crisis care, Acute treatment center

Aurora Mental Health Center

www.aumhc.org

Multiple locations, children and adolescent services, school-based therapists

Children’s Hospital Pediatric Mental Health Institute

www.childrenscolorado.org/doctors-and-departments/departments/psych/

Behavioral and mental health treatment, Family Resource Assistance

Community Reach Center

www.communityreachcenter.org

  • Walk-in-Crisis Center, open 24 hours, every day (303) 853-3500, 84th Ave. Neighborhood Health Center, 2551 W. 84th Ave., Westminster, CO 80031
  • Mountainland Pediatrics (303) 430-0823, 8889 Fox Drive, Suite B, Thornton, CO 80260

Family Resource Pavilion/Shiloh house

www.shilohhouse.org/facilities/family-resource-pavilion

  • 24 Hour Call (720) 213-1400
  • 9700 E. Easter Lane, Centennial, CO 80112 Intensive therapeutic intervention for youth (5-17 years old)

Highlands Behavioral Health System

www.highlandsbhs.com

  • 24 Hour Call (720) 348-2800
  • Adolescent specific treatment, behavioral health hospital, 8565 S. Poplar Way, Littleton, CO 80130

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) of Colorado

www.namicolorado.org

Support and resource navigation for people who need mental health services and their family members.

Peak View Behavioral Health

www.peakviewbh.com

24 hour call: (719) 444-8484
Inpatient/Outpatient Behavioral Health Hospital Youth, Adolescent, Adult and Seniors 7353 Sisters Grove Colorado Springs, CO 80923

Second Wind Fund

www.thesecondwindfund.org

Provides financial support for children and youth at risk for suicide to access treatment

The GLBT Center/Rainbow Alley

www.glbtcolorado.org

Rainbow Alley is a safe space supporting LGBTQ youth and their allies ages 11 to 21 for various activities, counseling and support groups. The Center also offers other various social engagement and support programs for LGBTQ youth, adults, and families.

Rainbow Alley Drop-in hours:

  • Tuesday and Wednesday 12:30pm-7pm
  • Thursday and Friday 1pm-8pm

The Juvenile Assessment Center

jac18.org/

Provide behavioral health assessments/Community Assessment Program.