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.
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
Crossroads Counseling Services – Faith Based Treatment

The address is: 11154 Huron Street, Suite 209   Northglenn, CO 80234

The phone number is: (303) 920-8771.

Focus on the Family
  • focusonthefamily.com
  • 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.
Forge Counseling Collective
Life Recovery Center
Reaching Hope
Sandstone Care
Summit Counseling Services – Dr. Craig Loving
Talk to your Primary Care Physician
  • Most mental health treatment begins with talking to your doctor

 

  1. Resources for Family & Friends

NAMI – National Association of Mental Illness

  • nami.org
  • NAMI Adams

8931 Huron St.

Thornton, 80260

303-853-3770

Dr. Warren Taylor

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

  • Offered through Community Reach Center – See Resources Tab on Community Reach Center Website

 

  1. Resources for More Information

Kay Warren -Mental Health Advocate

SAMSHA – Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

Safe2Tell – Hotline to anonymously report concerns

Psychology Today – Information about Mental Health & Locating Counselors

 

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

www.nami.org
•NAMI Adams
8931 Huron St.
Thornton, 80260
303-853-3770

Dr. Warren Taylor

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

Offered through Community Reach Center

www.communityreachcenter.org
•303-853-3500

Resources for More Information

Kay Warren

Kay Warren – Mental Health Advocate
www.kaywarren.com

SAMSHA

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
www.samsha.gov

Safe2Tell

Hotline to anonymously report concerns
https://safe2tell.org/

Psychology Today