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Not-for- profit community mental health center serving Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Gilpin counties since 1958. Our mission is to promote mental health and provide quality mental health services for persons with emotional problems and/or serious mental illness. We are partners with our community; working together to create a place that fosters mental health and supports those with mental health challenges.
For more information about Jefferson Center for Mental Health Services, visit http://www.jcmh.org/ or call 303.425.0300
JCMH’s Wellness Now! program offers low cost (most are $5-10/class) holistic alternatives that extend beyond the traditional mental health related therapies and recognize the link between emotional and physical well-being. Our wide variety of services builds on your unique strengths and interests, and recognizes the link between emotional and physical well-being. Wellness means feeling the best we can feel each day, emotionally and physically. Wellness is not a place but a path.
For more information about the Wellness Now! Program, visit http://www.wellnessnowjcmh.org/Catalogs/index.html for class schedules and call 303-432-5032 to register for classes.
Jefferson Center for Mental Health also recommends the on-line program and phone app myStrength.com to get help with Depression and Anxiety now. MyStrength.com provides proven mood-improving resources, including “Energy Shield” found in myStrengthNow.
Enter payer code “JEFF4U” for access to myStrength.com.
Working men ages 25-54 years old account for the largest number of suicide deaths in Colorado. These men are also the least likely to receive any kind of support. They don’t talk about it with their friends. They don’t share with their family. And they sure as heck don’t seek professional treatment. They are the victims of problematic thinking that says mental health disorders are unmanly signs of weakness. Man Therapy™ is giving men a resource they desperately need. A resource to help them with any problem that life sends their way, something to set them straight on the realities of suicide and mental health, and in the end, a tool to help put a stop to the suicide deaths of so many of our men.
Mental health resources for college students is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding emotional health.
Visit www.ulifeline.org/RRCC/ for facts and information about suicide, drug/alcohol abuse, and mental illness, how to create healthy wellness habits, tips to helping a friend, direction on how to get connected to a mental health counselor on campus, and on-line mental health screenings.
No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.
If you feel you are in a crisis, whether or not you are thinking about killing yourself, please call the Lifeline. People have called us for help with substance abuse, economic worries, relationship and family problems, sexual orientation, illness, getting over abuse, depression, mental and physical illness, and even loneliness.
When you dial 1-800-273-TALK (8255), you are calling the crisis center in the Lifeline network closest to your location. After you call, you will hear a message saying you have reached the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. You will hear hold music while your call is being routed. You will be helped by a skilled, trained crisis worker who will listen to your problems and will tell you about mental health services in your area. Your call is confidential and free.
Other Suicide Prevention Resources:
Coping with Suicide Loss (Find an in-person Support Group)