September 2020
REACH for Wellness Series Update
Join us for the next presentation in the REACH for Wellness series...Aging Adults and Mental Wellness.

We know that the incidence of depression is considerably higher among older adults with chronic health conditions. On average, about 27 percent of older adults meet criteria for major depression.

The good news is that anxiety and depression are not inevitable parts of growing older! Learn to recognize signs and symptoms, and identify helpful resources right here in your community!

Community Reach Center in the News!
A Therapist's Thoughts on Suicide Prevention
by Michael Driscoll, LPC

2020. Ah, what a year. It feels like Murphy’s Law has been in full force. In the midst of a global pandemic of historical proportions, our nation has faced increasing political turmoil, competing ideologies locked in civil conflict, an economic downturn not seen since the Great Depression and, of course, murder hornets. As we do our best to get through these societal and environmental challenges, we must not lose sight that suicide remains the tenth leading cause of death in the United States - seventh in Colorado. Given the recent and long-term problems faced by our country, this issue may be more prevalent than ever.  

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.