Resources Mental and Behavioral Health
Get Help Now:
For someone with an immediate life-threatening emergency, dial 9-1-1 for assistance.
- Call Colorado Crisis Services at 1.844.493.TALK (8255) | Text TALK to 38255
- Get connected to a crisis counselor or trained professional 24/7 who will assess risk and determine if a mobile response is necessary. There is no wrong reason to call - from suicidal thoughts to anxiety, loneliness, or substance use, someone will be there to talk you through it.
- Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifelineat 800.273.8255(TALK) or 800.SUICIDE
- The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline connects you with a crisis center in the Lifeline network closest to your location. Your call will be answered by a trained crisis worker who will listen empathetically and without judgment. The crisis worker will work to ensure that you feel safe and help identify options and information about mental health services in your area. Your call is confidential and free.
- Local walk-in crisis services are available through Community Reach Center and Mental Health Partners.
|Community Reach Center|
Center for Detox
2551 W. 84th Avenue, Westminister, CO 80031
Behavioral Health Urgent Care
8440 N. Bryant St., Westminster, CO 80260
|Mental Health Partners|
3180 Airport Road, Boulder, CO 80301
Walk-in Crisis Phone: 1.844.493.TALK
- Call the Colorado Spirit Warm Line at 303.545.0852
- Sometimes you need to talk to someone but aren't in crisis--that's where the Warm Line comes in! Leave a voicemail with your request for information or resource. Messages will be returned within one-business day. This is not a crisis line or an appointment scheduling line.
- Any non-COVID related requests are directed to a Community Health Worker who is a local community member focusing to reduce stigma, serve as cultural liaisons, and assist community members in understanding and navigating available resources for behavioral health, physical health, housing, food, and benefits.
- Visit or call SAMHSA’s National Helpline– 1.800.662.HELP (4357)
- LGBTQIA+ Crisis Resources
Clinical Support for Mental and Behavioral Health
Search by zip code for providers of mental health,
substance use, and provides crisis line information.
|CO Spirit Crisis Counseling and Training (CCP)
|Mental Health Partners (MHP)
899 US Hwy 287 – Suite 300, Broomfield
Walk-in Crisis Center & Addiction Services (24/7)
3180 Airport Rd. Boulder, CO 80301
Walk-in Crisis Phone: 1.844.493.TALK
Addictions/Detox Phone: 303.441.1281
Addictions/Detox Fax: 303.441.1576
|Community Reach Center (CRC)
CRC Broomfield Outpatient Center
Crisis/non-crisis walk-in, first come, first serve
100 Spader Way. #267 Broomfield, CO
Walk-in CRC Detox program (24/7)
Complete coverage by Medicaid
2551 W. 84th Ave. Westminster, CO
24/7 walki-in crisis services
Judi's House/JAG Institute
Helping children and families grieving a death find connection and healing through grief counseling. Services are free.
1741 Gaylord St, Denver, CO
FREE trauma and mental health support for all teens and adults affected by the trauma
Located in Boulder
|Alcoholics (AA), Narcotics (NA), Cocaine (CA) Anonymous
Boulder County Central Office
Online support meetings: www.ca-online.org
Gay & Sober
|Low or No Cost Clinical Services (including Student Supports)
Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy
Phone: 303.964.5786 (office in Thornton)
Naropa Community Counseling Center
Phone: 303.546.3589 (office in Boulder)
Open Path Psychotherapy Collective
Affordable in-office and online psychotherapy appointments serving clients who lack health insurance or whose health insurance doesn’t provide adequate mental health benefits.
LGBTQIA+ Clinical ResourcesQueer Astrisk - nonprofit organization providing queer-informed counseling services, educational trainings, and community programming. Specializes in LGBTQIA+
Youth Seen - Specialized support for LGBTQ+
Support including mental health counseling, gender affirming support and family counseling
Alternative Therapy for Mental and Behavioral Health
Wilderness TherapyBluefire Wilderness – Family therapy focused on teens
Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute – Counseling & coaching
2727 Pine St, St 11, Boulder
Choice House Colorado – Wilderness therapy for men facing addiction
Yoga with Dr. Arielle Schwartz – Yoga therapy ranging
from trauma recovery to parenting a sensitive child
Whole Heart Way - Individual and couples yoga therapy
954 North St, #301, Boulder
Moving to End Sexual Assault – Trauma informed yoga therapy for those overcoming assault
1455 Dixon Ave, St 210, Lafayette
Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy – Children & adult services
66 S Cherryvale Rd. Boulder
Wild at Heart – a variety equine therapy from women's groups to individual equine psychotherapy
Body n Soul – Equine facilitated psychotherapy
Boulder Healing Touch Therapy – Meditations, spiritual practices, and touch therapy
National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA)
Encourages community wellness through the use of a standardized auricular acupuncture protocol for behavioral health, including addictions, mental health, and disaster & emotional trauma
Healing Warriors Program (Veterans) - Non-narcotic therapy services: acupuncture, craniosacral therapy and Healing Touch therapy to alleviate pain
Veterans Crisis line: 800.273.8255
Each individual received 3 sessions, free of charge, for members, spouses, partners, or parents.
NAMI – Adult led peer support groups for those living with a mental illness or family and friends with loved ones struggling with a mental illness.
Crisis line: 800.273.8255
University of Colorado - Talk with students who have been through what you are going through
Envision: You - Colorado LGBTQ+ mental and behavioral health support and resources
Out Boulder - programs and support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities through activities, support groups and events
Local Support Services and ResourcesBroomfield Community Resource Guide
Includes a calendar of events to support residents
Broomfield Youth Resources
COVID-19 Resources developed by Youth for Youth
Includes trauma resources and support.
Toolkits for Organizations
Free, online toolkits are available for schools, workplace wellness sites, or any venue to promote positive mental health and well-being. The toolkit include easy-to-use resources, such as posters, flyers, fact sheets, social media images and content. For assistance accessing or promoting these campaigns in your agency, please contact Broomfield Public Health and Environment at email@example.com or 720.887.2220.