Maybe it's your high school-aged daughter who hasn't been "herself" lately and has lost all interest in activities she used to love. Or you're under increasing stress from a family situation and aren't coping well. Possibly the pressure from work is getting you down and you're not handling it like you should.
If you've ever faced one of these situations or something similar, just trying to locate the best place to turn, or how to find their phone number can be numbing. That's when Colorado Crisis Services can help.
Jefferson Center is proud to be a partner in the statewide crisis network called Colorado Crisis Services. There are multiple services available 24/7 for any mental health, substance use, or emotional crisis, no matter where you are in Colorado.
These services are not just for a "crisis," but also provide assistance when you're not sure where to go for help. The Crisis Line gets calls every day for topics like:
- How to manage stress
- Problems with family or friends relationships
- Recovery support
- Concerns about someone you care about
- Substance use
- Self-harm and suicidal thoughts
- Concerns about parenting
- Grief and loss
- Resources you might need
There is just one number to remember: 1-844-493-8255. Here's another bonus: If you're in the area, Jefferson Center's Union Square is a walk-in crisis facility open 24/7, providing support, information, and referrals to anyone in need. Six more centers are in the Denver Metro Area, and five more around the state.
One more tip: Jefferson Center's main phone number is available 24/7 as well. It's 303-425-0300.
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