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

Peer Support

Trained Volunteers with Lived Experience Who Understand Your Mental Health Journey

Call or text to talk about ANYTHING that may be bothering you.

Call or Text Us

Call 970.485.6271 option 2

Or Text 970.898.9634

Our trained Peer volunteers are here to provide confidential help.

Contact us to speak with trained volunteers who are available to talk with you – about anything – confidentially. We will listen, and provide any resources if needed. We are here for YOU.

Peer Volunteers are available to talk about anything that may be bothering you: isolation, frustrations, friends, job or family stress, and mental health.

The Peer Support Program is not a 24/7 crisis line. Individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts or actions should contact Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255 to speak to a mental health professional 24/7/365.

There is no cost to community members who take advantage of the service. While not a replacement for professional therapy and mental healthcare, Peer Support can be an important first step in feeling better. Peer Volunteers can provide referrals to resources as appropriate.

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Call or Text Us

Call 970.485.6271 option 2

Or Text 970.898.9634

Our trained Peer volunteers are here to provide confidential help.

Contact us to speak with trained volunteers who are available to talk with you – about anything – confidentially. We will listen, and provide any resources if needed. We are here for YOU.

Peer Volunteers are available to talk about anything that may be bothering you: isolation, frustrations, friends, job or family stress, and mental health.

The Peer Support Program is not a 24/7 crisis line. Individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts or actions should contact Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255 to speak to a mental health professional 24/7/365.

There is no cost to community members who take advantage of the service. While not a replacement for professional therapy and mental healthcare, Peer Support can be an important first step in feeling better. Peer Volunteers can provide referrals to resources as appropriate.

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About Peer Support

Building Hope’s Peer Support Program launched just before Thanksgiving 2020 in response to a year in which people reported record-high levels of isolation, stress, and depression.

Peer Support Volunteers complete an extensive training regimen designed by the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center at Colorado University’s Anschutz Medical Campus.

This program was originally envisioned by the Katz Amsterdam Foundation, which also provided start-up funding. Building Hope serves as one of a handful of implementation pilot sites that are evaluating approaches for this Volunteer Peer Support Program until Spring 2021 when the program will hopefully be recommended for other Katz Amsterdam Foundation partners at North American ski resort communities.

Volunteer

Are you interested in volunteering for this program? We are always looking for volunteers.

To volunteer, submit a Volunteer Inquiry.

The Peer Support Program is not a 24/7 crisis line. Individuals experiencing suicidal thoughts or actions should contact Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255 to speak to a mental health professional 24/7/365.

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