Crisis counselors can be dispatched by the Colorado Crisis Support Line to provide services thoughout the nine county Denver/Boulder community.
CRISIS STABILZATION UNITS (CSU)
For consumers needing extended care, Walk-In Centers or Mobile Crisis Teams can refer them to a more intensive level of service in a safe and comfortabe environment for up to five days.
CRISIS RESIDENTIAL AND RESPITE SERVICES (CRRS)
Provides a safe place to stay for 5-14 days for people requiring an extended level of crisis services.
Peers have "lived experience" with psychiatric, traumatic or substance abuse challenges and can offer non-clinical support in the recovery of others facing challenges.
Peers are available through the warmline of the statewide crisis line or at the crisis facilities.
Community Crisis Connection complies with all applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Notice of Nondiscrimination
The Colorado Crisis Services system is divided into four regions for the delivery of in-person services. In the nine counties of the greater Denver/Boulder region, which is a partnership among the metro area's six community health centers: