July 2020
Telehealth services supported by
Rotary Connects program
Rotarians for Mental Health has donated $2100 to Community Reach Center for the purchase of smart phones for clients lacking the necessary technology to engage in telehealth services via video or phone.

Rotary International provided grants totaling $4 million to districts. Through District 5450, Rotarians for Mental Health received $20,000 and created Rotary Connects – a new program providing cell phones to low-income clients that would enable them to connect with therapists and prescribers at nine Colorado mental health centers. 

Clay Cunningham, COO of Community Reach Center and past-president of the Northglenn-Thornton Rotary Club, stated, “We are extremely grateful for the generous support from Rotary District 5450 and Rotarians for Mental Health. Since early March, telehealth technology has enabled thousands of Community Reach Center clients to remain engaged in treatment, and hundreds of new clients to begin services. Rotarians for Mental Health is an outstanding example of a successful public-private partnership that is directly benefitting Colorado communities.”

REACH for Wellness Series Update
Join us for the next presentation in the REACH for Wellness series... How to Develop Healthy Internet Habits.

The internet and the devices we use to navigate it have a massive impact on the psychological development and mental wellness of young people. Children, adolescents and adults encounter struggles with technology addiction that impedes one's ability to thrive in life. In this presentation the audience will learn ways to develop healthy internet habits and protect their time and energy to live full, present-minded lives.


Manage
information overload

The news stream has been a 24/7 stream of updates and information about the COVID-19 pandemic and more recently updates on protests following the death of George Floyd. So, how can we be more intentional with managing all that information and the stress and anxiety it may be creating in our day?

If all this information has you feeling overwhelmed, depressed, unable to focus, helpless or fearful, please know you’re not alone.

Here’s a five-step plan that might help you better manage the information overload.

Integrated Pediatric
Primary Care
Broomfield Pediatrics and Mountainland Pediatrics provide comprehensive pediatric primary care and behavioral health services for children and teens in two convenient locations. New patients are always welcome. Come experience the difference that our integrated approach can make in the overall well-being of your child!
Community Reach Center has demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to promoting total mind and body wellness for all ages for more than 60 years. We do this by recognizing the interplay between mental and physical health and by providing  services and programs  when and where you need them most. As the only CARF accredited mental health provider in Colorado, you can expect top quality treatment and customer service. Community Reach Center can help you or your loved one address any type of mental health concern - including depression and anxiety, grief and loss,  substance use disorder , bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or upset related to a traumatic event. Individual, group, family and couples counseling is available.  Help starts here.