IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS, PLEASE CALL 911 OR CALL CO CRISIS SERVICES AT 844-493-8255

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Are you or someone you love in immediate need of help?

Below is a guide to help you understand what options you can take in extreme risk, moderate risk, or low risk situations.

EXTREME RISK

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9-1-1

IF SOMEONE IS:

  • Bleeding
  • Has ingested something toxic
  • Has a weapon
  • Is currently in the process of self-harming or harming others
  • Causing property damage

ALL OF THE ABOVE SCENARIOS ARE considered imminent risk, and you should call 911 immediately and ask for the SMART Team.

MODERATE RISK

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COLORADO CRISIS SERVICES

1-844-493-8255

IF SOMEONE IS:

  • Experiencing any kind of suicidal thoughts
  • Experiencing emotional disturbances or distress
  • If you are simply concerned about a loved one and want support on what to do or how to help

This line is staffed 24/7 with licensed mental health clinicians and peers. If the situation escalates while on the phone with Colorado Crisis Services, they will contact local dispatch and support you or your loved one by initiating a welfare check.

LOW RISK

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CONTACT A LOCAL MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST

 

IF SOMEONE IS:

In danger of hurting themselves or others – If they are, refer to MODERATE RISK. If someone is struggling – choose one of the following options:

HOW TO GET HELP

Taking the first step to admit you or a loved one is struggling and asking for help takes enormous courage. Concerns about treatment, cost, stigma, and a general sense of overwhelm can often keep us from asking for the help we need. When we are struggling, even making a phone call can feel daunting. Scroll below to understand which resources are appropriate for your situation.

Here’s where to start:

Building Hope offers simple referral and therapist connection services and mental health scholarships.  Please call us at 970-389-1151 (not meant for crisis response) to get connected to the care you need or use the prompts below to find the information to take the next step.

My loved one/I am experiencing a crisis & are an imminent risk to self/others.

Call 911 if in immediate danger – if someone has a weapon, is violent, has ingested something, is bleeding, incurring property damage, is at risk for suicide.

My loved one/I am experiencing suicidal or self harm thoughts but not in imminent risk or immediate danger.

Call Colorado Crisis Services 844-493-8255

I am looking for a therapist.

Visit Building Hope’s therapist web page to see a list of available therapists. You can also inquire about a therapy scholarship.

I am looking for medication for mental health.

Mind Springs Health – 970.668.3478 

Summit Community Care Clinic – 970.668.4040

I am looking for therapy for someone under 18.

School Based Health Center – 970-668-4040 ext 3

Summit School District – Contact a school counselor or psychologist for services/referrals. Email ssdsupport@summitk12.org.

I am uninsured, my insurance doesn’t cover mental health, or I cannot afford mental health care.

Summit Community Care Clinic – 970.668.4040 (sliding scale)

Mind Spring Health – 970.668.3478

Building Hope Scholarships – more information here

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I am looking for peer support groups.

Visit Support Groups on Building Hope’s website:

I am looking for connection and community around mental health.

Building Hope Connectedness events

I just need to talk to someone - I am lonely or sad.

Building Hope’s Peer Support line. Call 970.485.6271 option 2, or Text 970.989.9634.

Need help navigating these mental health resources?

Mental health navigation is a unique service that helps Summit County residents walk through the complex system of mental health care and gets people connected to the appropriate resource when they experience barriers to access.

Use our self-service mental health navigation tool or connect with a mental health navigator to find the services that would be most beneficial for you.

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PHONE NUMBERS TO CALL

EXTREME RISK – DIAL 9-1-1

MODERATE RISK – DIAL 844-493-8255 (Colorado Crisis Services)

LOW RISK and Other Numbers:

  • Building Hope : 970-389-1151
  • Mental Health Navigation: 970-262-3888
  • Summit Community Care Clinic : 970-668-4040
  • Advocates for Victims of Assault : 970-668-3906
  • Mind Springs Health : 970-668-3478
  • Dispatch : 970-668-8600

TAKE A SCREENING

Mental health is an important part of our medical health. Taking a mental health screening is the quickest way to help you assess whether you or someone you love should connect with a mental health professional. We call it a check-up from the neck-up.

Screenings are always confidential and anonymous. Immediately following the screening you will be provided with the results of your screening and local resources you can connect with to support you moving forward.

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TAKE A SCREENING

Mental health is an important part of our medical health. Taking a mental health screening is the quickest way to help you assess whether you or someone you love should connect with a mental health professional. We call it a check-up from the neck-up.

Screenings are always confidential and anonymous. Immediately following the screening you will be provided with the results of your screening and local resources you can connect with to support you moving forward.

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BUILDING HOPE CANNOT SUPPORT CRISIS CALLS. IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS, PLEASE CALL 911 OR COLORADO CRISIS SERVICES AT 844-493-8255 OR Text “TALK” to 38255, OR GO TO YOUR NEAREST EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT FOR ASSISTANCE.

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