In Case of an Emergency

Call 9-1-1

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

If you are experiencing a crisis or suicidal thoughts, call or text the suicide and crisis lifeline at 9-8-8.

Serious Behavioral Health Situations

Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners
Colorado Crisis & Support Line
844-493-TALK (8255)

If you or a loved one is stable and does NOT pose a danger to themselves or others, however immediate intervention is required, call Colorado Crisis & Support Line at 844-493-TALK or 844-493-8255 or call 9-8-8.

Emergency Mental Health and Substance Abuse Intervention Services

Emergency mental health and substance abuse intervention services are available to everyone in the seven Denver Metro counties. These services are free and available 24/7. There are a number of walk-in crisis centers available. To find the location closest to you, visit If you are a patient, these locations are located in the binder that is supplied to you.

Learning Resources

Most Americans work long hours, eat on the fly, and lead increasingly sedentary, isolated lives. Alongside this lifestyle, depression rates have skyrocketed: approximately one in four Americans will suffer from major depression at some point in their lives. Learn more about breaking the cycle of depression and Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes in The Depression Cure.

Project Helping

Project Helping is a registered 501 (c) (3) nonprofit and was founded with the goal of using the job of purpose created by volunteering to improve mental wellness. Project Helping as founded in April of 2014 in Denver, CO. Although Denver is home, they help people all over the country find joy in purpose by volunteering.