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Mental Health Resources

  • AllHealth Network– provides behavioral health and mental health servicese for all stages of life including outpatient counseling for children and families, adults, and older adults.
  • Atlantis Community, Inc. – advocates for all people with disabilities to be a meaningful part of an integrated community of their choice. Offering Advocacy, Information & Referrals, Peer suppot, Independent Living Skills, Transition and Youth Transition supports.
  • Aurora Mental Health – treatment, assessment, prevention and early intervention, residential, specialized, vocational, peer support, respite care.
  • Colorado Crisis Services – If you don’t know where to begin getting mental health, substance use or emotional concern for yourself or someone you know—start here.
  • EMPOWER Colorado – Run by families, EMPOWER Colorado offers support, resources, education and advocacy for families of children who have social/emotional, mental or behavioral challenges.
  • The Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health – a family-driven and family-run non-profit organization that provides for the “family voice” in Colorado’s behavioral health care system.
  • Life Support Behavioral Institute – mental health providers in Denver, Arapahoe, Jefferson and Douglas Counties.  Psychotherapy, Intensisve Outpatient Programs, Home-Based Family Preservation, Developmental Disabilities Program, Psychiatry, DUI Classes/DWI Classes.
  • Mental Health is Health –Take control of your emotional health.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – advocacy, education, and resources for families, individuals, and educators.
  • Rocky Mountain Human Services – Single Entry Point for Mental Health supports in Adams / Arapahoe / Denver / Douglas / Elbert
    9900 E. Iliff Avenue, Denver, CO  80231 Main Phone:  1-844-790-RMHS (7647).
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder – How it can affect kids, and how parents can help

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