RESOURCES

Caring for our mental wellness is fundamental to our overall health and well-being. Here are some local and nationwide resources for mental health, suicide prevention, and ways to help yourself or a friend.

 

Emergencies

 Call 911:

police, ambulance, fire, etc.   

 

Colorado Crisis Support

1-844-493-TALK (8255)

 

Safe 2 Tell Colorado

1-877-542-7233

The Trevor Project

24/7: 1-866-488-7386

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.

 

Trans Lifeline 

By & for trans and gender-nonconforming people 

877-565-8860

 

Teen Line

Line for Teens, run by teens.

800-852-8336 (800-TLC-TEEN)

TEXT: "TEEN" to 839863

Email a TEEN: teenlineonline.org

 

Crisis Text Line
Free crisis support services at no cost, 24 Hours a day.  

To use, text “START” To 741741

 

24/7 Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

 

Suicide Hotline for deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabilities 

1-800-799-4889

 

 Emergency Local Walk-in Locations: 

Clear View Behavioral Health:

4770 Larimer Parkway Johnstown, CO *FREE ASSESSMENT 24 hrs/day - 7 days/week

Poudre Valley Hospital – 1024 S Lemay Avenue, Fort Collins

SummitStone Crisis Facility – 1217 Riverside Avenue, Fort Collins

Medical Center of the Rockies – 2500 Rocky Mountain Avenue, Loveland

McKee Hospital – 2000 Boise Avenue, Loveland

 

 

 

COUNSELING SERVICES that take insurance or pro bono:​

 

KidStuff Child & Family Counseling, P.C. – Counseling and outpatient treatment for all ages including children! Takes several insurances including Medicaid, sliding scale, Locations in: Loveland (2), Fort Collins, Greeley and Longmont.

970-775-7061 

 

Mental Health Connections – (Fort Collins) mental health and drug/alcohol abuse, Therapist referral, pro-bono therapy (sliding scale)

(970) 221-5551 

 

CSU Center for Family and Couple Therapy – for students and public, sliding scale, no insurance accepted

(970) 491-5991

 

CSU Psychological Center – therapy and assessments, sliding scale, open to the community

(970) 491-5212

 

Health District of Northern Larimer County – provides medical, mental health, dental and preventative health services to residents of Northern Larimer County

(970) 224-5209

 

Pathways for Grief and Loss – grief and loss counseling, education, and support

(970) 663-3500 

 

Island Grove Detox Services – (merged with North Range Behavioral Health)

(970) 374-2120

Local and State Suicide Prevention:

 

Supporting Action for Mental Health (SAM) - is a movement of local community groups, organizations, faith communities, residents, and local government working together to explore how we all can raise awareness of and take action to address mental health needs in Longmont.

Main office: 303-651-8469 / Contact: John Kellow

Civic Center
Community Services
350 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501

Alliance for Suicide Prevention – suicide prevention through education, awareness, and grief support

(970) 482-2209 

 

Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado - The mission of the SPCC is to reduce suicide and its impact for all Coloradans through advocacy, collaboration and education.

 

Online Resources:

American Association of Suicidology  - The membership of AAS includes mental health and public health professionals, researchers, suicide prevention and crisis intervention centers, school districts, crisis center volunteers, survivors of suicide loss, attempt survivors, and a variety of laypersons who have in interest in suicide prevention.
AAS, a not-for-profit organization, encourages and welcomes both individual and organizational members

Suicide Is Different (SID): This site is meant to help you navigate through your experience as a suicide caregiver OR mental health professional. Check out the online tools!

https://www.suicideisdifferent.org/

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention - AFSP raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide.

Zero Suicide

The Zero Suicide framework is a system-wide, organizational commitment to safer suicide care in health and behavioral health care systems.

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Jason Foundation

The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) is dedicated to the prevention of the “Silent Epidemic” of youth suicide through educational and awareness programs that equip young people, educators/youth workers and parents with the tools and resources to help identify and assist at-risk youth. 

Jed Foundation

For Teens | Informative 
Empowers teens and young adults with the skills and support to grow into healthy adults

Lived Experience Resources:

The Way Forward

The Way Forward report, authored by the Suicide Attempt Survivors Task Force of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, provides recommendations based on evidence-based practices which incorporate personal lived experience of recovery and resilience.

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Lived Experience Camp

Supporting Post-Suicidal Growth - Is it possible to recover and grow after a suicidal experience? Yes it is! Let's share stories and resources to support each other's growth. Dr. Dequincy Lezine is a suicide attempt survivor who has been active in suicide prevention since 1996, including roles in the development of national and state suicide prevention plans. JOIN his FB Page

RESOURCES for

Impacted Families & Friends

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“Is This the Night: Finding Inner Peace” is a conversational self-care guide. It was developed in response to the growing number of families & friends impacted by the recent suicidal crisis of a loved one - from struggling with suicidal thinking, to non-suicidal self-injury, to attempts. It’s one of the few resources we have available right now.

Our goal is to create a tapestry of hope.

Why Family/Friends now? Because it’s long overdo. Why here? Because it allows us to reach the broadest spectrum of families throughout the world who are in the shadows, held hostage by fear as the result of societal prejudice & discrimination. The time is now to let our voices be heard.

 

The newly launched national “home base” and safe haven is www.avoiceatthetable.org. A Voice at the Table seemed the obvious location and the site is being revamped to accommodate for the Family/Friends resources (slim as they are right now), videos, podcasts, webinars, forums, conferences, Twitter Chats, books and blogs, presentation dates/locations, pamphlets, whatever we can find...and more.