There are many resources available to help with a mental health or substance use issue. Explore and click on the programs below to learn more.
If you are experiencing a crisis, please call 9-1-1 or reach out to Colorado Crisis Services by calling 1-844-493-8255 or texting TALK to 38255.
Colorado Crisis Services offers free, confidential, 24/7 support to people who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis.
Find behavioral health care that’s meaningful for you. OwnPath is a searchable directory of behavioral health providers licensed to practice in Colorado.
CO Wellness Recovery is a mental wellness and addiction recovery guide. It is a free resource for Coloradans considering recovery.
The federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers a free behavioral health treatment services locator.
Health First Colorado is the State's Medicaid program. It provides public health insurance for Coloradans who qualify.
Make the Connection shares stories of recovery from military veterans and provides resources to find local support.
Individuals seeking treatment for opioid use can visit www.Colorado.gov/ladders to find inpatient, outpatient and withdrawal management (detox) service.
For opioid replacement therapies, including methadone, buprenorphine (suboxone), and naltrexone along with group and individual therapy, please contact an Opioid Treatment Program.
For a list of residential treatment facilities utilizing mental health services for youth and adolescents, please click here.
Mental Health Colorado - dedicated to the prevention and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders - offers online screenings for individuals to determine whether they are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Screenings include Alcohol and Substance Use (Adolescent or Adult), Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Eating Disorders, Mood Disorders, Parent Screening, Psychosis, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Sexual Compulsivity, Work Health Screening, and Youth.
The BHA is offering a variety of engagement opportunities for stakeholders and the public to share insight, feedback, and recommendations as an integral part of the design and development of the Behavioral Health Administrative Service Organizations (BHASOs) Implementation Plan.
The BHASOs are regional entities responsible for increasing the equity of services, managing publicly-funded behavioral health services, and aligning care coordination to address the behavioral health needs of all people in Colorado. The BHA will contract with BHASOs to expand the provider network to offer a continuum of the behavioral health safety net services and care coordination.