May is Mental Health Month, which means it is a great time to re share all those Local and national resources.
Here is a list of places to call or visit when someone is in crisis or needs extra support.
Those in need of crisis support can call or text 988, the new crisis lifeline
The Trevor Project provides counseling support, information, education and more to LGBTQ+ youth.
Mental Health Partners provides immediate access to expert mental health and substance use care. Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, and Longmont.
NAMI Boulder County‘s mission is to provide advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives. All programs are offered free of charge to all participants.
Rise Against Suicide is a nonprofit based in Lafayette, Colorado. Their mission is to help young people at risk of suicide by removing the financial and social barriers to treatment, helping them to find hope and healing.
Out Boulder County provides Group and/or crisis counseling for LGBTQ+ youth in Boulder County
MESA (Moving to End Sexual Assault)– Provides support and services to all survivors of sexual violence. Text BRAVE to 20121 to connect with someone.
Feet Forward provides peer-led, housing-focused community events Tuesdays at Central Park, Boulder. They offer meals, socks, haircuts (seasonally), navigation services, on-site housing assessments, and direct connections to local service providers for unhoused individuals.
Eating Recovery Center offers multiple levels of care for eating disorders treatment in seven states, and partners with all major insurers to give patients access to the care they need to pursue recovery.
Centennial Peaks Hospital offers support for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis or in need a medical detox from drugs or alcohol.
There are so many more resources and support in our community. Use this month to take care of yourself and to share with your loved ones.