On-line Information, Assessments, and Resources
Metro Crisis Services
If you’re struggling with a mental or emotional problem, getting into trouble with drugs or alcohol, having family or relationship problems, or problems at work or school, call Metro Crisis Line at 888-885-1222. Free, confidential guidance and support is only a phone call away. We can help you find your own path to recovery and growth.
Metro Crisis Services has pulled together many great resources here. Try one of our self-assessments; find some of the hundreds of services offered in the Colorado.
For More information about Metro Crisis Services, visit http://www.metrocrisisservices.org or call 888-885-1222
Jefferson Center for Mental Health
Jefferson Center for Mental Health is the 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
Free for everyone! JCMH’s Wellness Now! programs offer 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.
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Enter payer code “JEFF4U” for access to myStrength.com.
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ULifeline: Mental health resources for college students
ULifeline 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, 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.