Colorado Crisis Services

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Colorado Crisis Services provides confidential and immediate support to anyone needing mental health, substance use, or emotional help for themselves or anyone they know. Anyone can access assistance 24/7/365 and talk to a trained crisis counselor via the hotline, text service, and walk-in clinics. A mobile clinic may be dispatched to the location of an individual in crisis, if they are unable to reach a walk-in clinic. In the evenings, a virtual chat option is available. Colorado Crisis Services is overseen by the Colorado Department of Human Services.

Please visit the Colorado Crisis Services website if you are in crisis or interested in learning more: You can also call 1-844-493-8255 or text “TALK” to 38255

Families in crisis may access respite care services through Colorado Crisis Services. Respite care is available for individuals of various ages, with a diversity of special health care needs. Respite provider availability varies and respite care services must be completed with a contracted provider, through Colorado Crisis Services. The majority of available services are for out-of- home care, with the possibility of overnight care. Families may receive respite care services during a maximum of 14 continuous days, from the day that services commence.