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Mental Health and Crisis Resources - Arapahoe County

Colorado Crisis and Support Line - NAMI Arapahoe/Douglas Counties

844-493-TALK(8255) or TEXT 38255 | https://coloradocrisisservices.org/

Telephone message line available 24 hours a day.  If you are having trouble finding services please give us a call, leave a message anytime day or night, and your call will be returned within 24 hours.

988 (National) Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

988  https://988lifeline.org/

Call when you or someone you are concerned about is considering suicide.

(National)Veterans Crisis Line

Dial 988 and press 1 to talk to someone now.


Colorado Crisis Service – Walk-in Crisis Centers

Aurora - Anschutz Medical Campus, 2206 Victor Street & Urgent Care Center,

791 Chambers Road (7a.m.-11p.m. only)

Littleton - Santa Fe House, 6509 S. Santa Fe Drive (24/7)

For other statewide locations go to: www.coloradocrisisservices.org

In-person crisis care and assessment is available without an appointment for anyone in need, regardless of ability to pay (operated by the community mental health centers).

Aurora Mental Health Center

303-617-2300 | https://www.aumhc.org/

Aurora Mental Health Center can help you through free telehealth and crisis services.

Online Support Groups


The Recovery Trust in Boulder has created an online forum for the support and education of people with mental illness and their families, moderated by mental health professionals and trained individuals with mental illness as well as family members with experience in educating other family members.  Participants can interact with one another and receive guidance and advice.  Moderators will direct them to a very large database of relevant information that is available online.

AllHealth Network

303-730-8858 | https://www.allhealthnetwork.org/

AllHealth Network provides a wide variety of mental health and substance abuse services, including individual, family, marital and group counseling, therapy, psychiatry and emergency programs. As a private, nonprofit mental health provider for more than 55 years, we’ve been serving the children, teens, adults, seniors and families in our community — and beyond.


303-238-8660 | https://www.wingsfound.org/

WINGS’ mission is to break the cycle and heal the wounds of childhood sexual abuse (CSA) by providing education, advocacy and support to adult survivors, loved ones, providers and communities. We do this by offering referrals to qualified therapists, training and education, and therapist-facilitated support groups in a number of confidential locations to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their loved ones.

YANAM2M (You Are Not Alone-Mom 2 Mom)

This is a non-profit organization that supports moms in our community. This is not just for the struggling mom but for ALL moms who have “been there” and who can reach out a helping hand and let another mom know that they are NOT alone.

303-229-3678 | www.yanam2m.org


OK2Talk.org is an online community that provides a voice for teens and young adults struggling with mental health problems. The goal of OK2TALK is to create a community for teens and young adults struggling with mental health problems and encourage them to talk about what they’re experiencing by sharing their personal stories of recovery, tragedy, struggle or hope. Available in Spanish.

Family Resource Pavillion

720-213-1400 | http://www.familyresourcepavilion.org/
Help for families experiencing; family conflict, substance abuse issues, school issues, behavioral issues, juvenile court involvement and more. Facility open 24 hours a day to youth and families. The Family Resource Pavilion is a one-stop shop for families to receive services from prevention to intervention.

Mental Health and Crisis Resources - Arapahoe County
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