Mental Health

It's ok not to be ok, just don't do it alone!

We've compiled a list of resources to help you take a step towards being mentally healthy.

Resources for People Seeking Treatment/Support

Adams and Broomfield County Summer “Life Line”
  • 303 835-Life (5433)
  • The “Life Line” connects young people facing mental health challenges with the support and services they need to face life and all its obstacles.
  • Licensed counselors Weekdays 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Counselors Screen, Assess, and refer callers to free therapy and support services.
Apps to Help You on Your Journey to Health and Healing

The Calm App – Helps improve sleep quality, reduces anxiety and stress, improves focus and can do so much more.


My Strength App – Build a healthier mind for a stronger you. Digital tools to support you through stress, depression, sleep and more.

Cascading Hope Counseling – Misty White, LPC
Celebrate Recovery
Colorado Crisis Services

State Wide Hotline Hours are 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week, 365 Days a year.

Community Reach Center
Focus on the Family
  • 1-800-232-6459
  • They have a counseling line that has multiple resources from referrals for counseling to community resources you may be looking for.
Galvanize Counseling - Levon Hupfer
Life Recovery Center
Reaching Hope
Sandstone Care
Storyguide Mental Health
Cornerstone Christian Counseling


Dr. Antoinette Gomez
  • Reunion Area Therapist
  • Marriage and Family Counseling, Adolescents, Family & Individual Therapy
  • Se Habla Espanol.
  • 720-495-9282
Talk to your Primary Care Physician. Most mental health treatment begins with talking to your doctor.

Resources for Family & Friends

NAMI – National Association of Mental Illness
•NAMI Adams
8931 Huron St.
Thornton, 80260

Dr. Warren Taylor

Mental Health First Aid Course – Training for Non-Professionals about Mental Illness

Offered through Community Reach Center

Resources for More Information

Kay Warren

Kay Warren – Mental Health Advocate


Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration


Hotline to anonymously report concerns

Psychology Today