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Mental Health Centers

Community Mental Health Centers 

Colorado’s Public mental health system currently includes seventeen (17) community mental health centers (CMHCs), five (5) Behavioral Health Organizations (BHOs) and six (8) specialty clinics. The Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) contracts with BHOs to provide medically necessary mental health services to Medicaid recipients. The Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health, contracts with community mental health centers to provide mental health services to non-Medicaid recipients, subject to available appropriations.

Aurora Mental Health Center

Aurora Mental Health Center is a private, nonprofit community mental health organization serving people with a wide range of mental health needs. At Aurora Mental Health Center, the goal is to promote mental health to enable people to truly live their life to the fullest, and to treat those who are affected by mental illness.  Since 1975, we have provided an array of proven mental health services to children, adults, and families needing professional guidance.

  • 11059 E. Bethany Dr., Suite 200 Aurora, CO 80014

  • (303) 617-2300

Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network

Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network provides a wide variety of mental health and substance use services, including individual, family, marital and group counseling, therapy, psychiatry and emergency programs. As a private, non-profit mental health provider for more than 55 years, we've been serving the children, teens, adults, seniors and families in our community — and beyond.

  • 155 Inverness Dr. West Suite 200 Englewood, CO 80112

  • (303) 779-9676

Boulder Community Health 

Founded in 1922 as a community-owned and operated not-for-profit hospital, Boulder Community Health is dedicated to meeting the evolving healthcare needs of our citizens and providing access to high quality medical care.

  • 1100 Balsam Boulder, CO 80304

  • (303) 415-7000



Community Reach Center

Community Reach Center is a top-tier mental health provider in the northern metro-Denver area / Adams County area.  Community Reach serves all ages, from the youngest infant to the most senior citizen through its 5 locations. All counseling services and therapeutic support groups are provided in a confidential and supportive atmosphere, with the goal of empowering you to live productively, independently, and improve the quality of your life.  Bilingual services are always available upon request.

  • (303) 853-3500

Mental Health Center of Denver 

Mental health recovery guides our work at the Mental Health Center of Denver. With one in every five people struggling with mental illness, the focus on recovery and resilience is essential to the community’s well-being. Recovery means that people with mental illness are living healthy, productive and meaningful lives in our community. Resilience focuses on early intervention and prevention, and promoting positive potential in children, adolescents and families.

  • 4141 E Dickenson Place Denver, CO 80222

  • (303) 504-6500

Jefferson Center for Mental Health

Jefferson Center is committed to providing supportive mental health services throughout the recovery journey. A wide and growing variety of programs, services and recovery groups are available here at the Center, and many more in the community. 

  • 5801 West Alameda Ave., Lakewood, CO 80226

  • (303) 425-0300

People House

People House is a collaborative community for healing and growth, offering holistic resources for life’s journey and empowering people for 40 years. This unique community is dedicated to fostering conscious awareness of body, mind and spirit in individuals, couples, and families through counseling, group activities, and training. 

  • 13693 E. Iliff Ave., Suite 112 Aurora, CO 80014

  • (303) 480-5130

Clinica Tepaya

Health care should be regular and ongoing. Clinica Tepeyac values excellence. Clinica Tepaya authenticity and consistency. Clininca Tepeya aims to help create a healthier community. 

  • 5075 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80216

  • (303) 583-0150

Supportive Services provides information and support to people fighting substance abuse and addiction. Our mission is to be able to assist patients and families in their efforts to overcome addiction and lead a lifelong recovery.

  • 866-957-3412


Aurora Strong Resilience Center

The Aurora Strong Resilience Center is a place of healing–it is about building resilience–helping people adapt to change, stress and trauma in healthy and flexible ways. A community-based place where people can connect with others and participate in free services.

  • 1298 Peoria St., Aurora, CO, 80011

  • (303) 617-2300

Glass Hearts

Glass Hearts provide a safe place for young adults to deal with real issues such as: finding a job and moving towards a career, abusive background, fear, anxiety, loss of identity, education needs, job skills, parenting, and many more.

  • P.O. Box 740988, Arvada, CO 80006

  • (303) 260-9351


mental health first Aide

You know CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver. You know 911. But can you provide help to someone experiencing a mental health crisis? Mental Health First Aid combats the stigma associated with mental health conditions is through an 8 hour class to help people understand the importance of mental health and to understand and recognize risk and protective factors 

  • Contact your local Mental Health Center for the schedule. (720) 208-2220