Rotary Clubs have found excellent partners in public and nonprofit mental health agencies and programs. Co-sponsoring educational programs is a natural collaboration, for example. Supporting their existing programs with volunteer support is often welcomed.
This listing is only for public, non-profit and partnering organizations.
Colorado Crisis Services
Do you need help now? Are you or is someone you know in crisis? When you don’t know where to start, start here. Call Colorado Crisis 24-hour Support Line: 1-844-493 TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38355.
For individuals with a behavioral health condition living in Colorado Springs, Aspen Pointe Colorado has the resources necessary to help reach enrich lives and embrace purpose through behavioral health services, counseling services, career services, substance abuse treatment, employment, education, housing, jail diversion/reintegration and care management.
Aurora Mental Health Center is a private, nonprofit organization that has been serving our community with a wide range of mental health services since 1975. We not only utilize proven programs and methods for helping people cope with mental illness and attain good mental health, we help educate and coach people to remain emotionally healthy no matter what type of circumstances may arise.
Are you an adult living with a mental health condition? For nearly 30 years, CHARG Colorado has served adults with major mental illnesses helping them to regain control of their lives.
Struggling with a behavioral health condition and the co-occurring struggles but want to hear from someone with lived experience? The Colorado Mental Wellness Network is a grassroots, peer run organization that offers support, advocacy, and wellness training for Coloradans.
With five locations throughout Adams County, the Community Reach Center provides integrated physical and mental health services to children, teens, adults, and seniors.
For the last twelve years, the Eating Disorder Foundation has offered free services to those struggling with an eating disorder or others who have a loved one living with an eating disorder. Programs include support groups for those living with an eating disorder as well as groups for families and friends who have a loved one living with an eating disorder.
Living in Jefferson, Clear Creek, or Gilpin counties? The Jefferson Center for Mental Health partners with the community, working together to create a place that fosters mental health and supports those with mental health challenges.
Interested in learning about the latest in public policy, efforts in Colorado? Mental Health America of Colorado is a nonprofit organization focused on advocacy and stigma reduction for the state of Colorado.
Feeling low? Do you need help getting back to your former self? Mental Health Center of Denver helps to build resiliency and focus on recovery with the ultimate goal of a clients living a healthy, productive, and meaningful life.
Are you living in the Boulder and Broomfield County areas and need services to help treat your mental health condition or substance use disorder? Mental Health Partners has multiple locations providing individual, group and family mental health and substance use therapy or medical/psychiatric treatment for all ages.
Are you or someone you know struggling with a mental health condition? The education, support, and advocacy that NAMI Colorado provides aim to help people overcome those patterns of darkness and to reach recovery and hope.
The central focus of the Sutherland Foundation’s work is the Robert D. Sutherland Center for the Evaluation and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder. It is housed in the University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Psychology(CU). The Sutherland Center at CU was established to assist people who are unable (generally due to limited financial resources) to obtain comprehensive psychiatric and psychological services in the community.
Are you an individual living in the San Luis Valley area who struggles with mental health, homelessness, or a substance abuse disorder? The San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group offers a range of services, including housing help, community mental health, domestic violence services, and substance abuse treatment.