Resources for Behavioral Health

Clinical Services for Behavioral health
  • Low or No Cost Clinical Support
  • Resources for BIPOC Communities
  • Pregancy, Postpartum and Early Childhood Support
  • Resources for LGBTQIA+
Substance Use Services
  • Clinical Services
  • Non-Clinical Support
  • Medication and Syringe Drop-off Locations
Alternative Therapy
  • Yoga Therapy
  • Wilderness Therapy
  • Equine Therapy
  • Healing Touch Therapy
  • Art and Play Therapy
Additional SupportCrisis ServicesToolkits for Organizations

Clinical Services for Behavioral Health 

Community Reach Center (CRC) - CRC Broomfield Outpatient Center

  • 303.853.3500
  • 100 Spader Way. #267 Broomfield, CO
  • Services offered: Individual and group services for all ages, Outpatient Counseling, Substance Abuse Treatment, Intake Assessments. Other: Community-based Services, Behavioral Health Urgent Care, Housing, Outpatient Counseling, Peer Services, Psychological Testing, Therapy Groups, Vocational Services, Telehealth, and more.

Mental Health Partners - Broomfield Clinic

  • 303.443.8500
  • 897 US Hwy 287 – Suite 200, Broomfield (Closest Bus Stop: US 287 & W 10th Ave)
  • Services offered: Individual, Group and Family therapy, Children, Family and Home based services, Telehealth, Addiction Recovery Services, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), Care Coordination and/or Targeted Case Management, Psychiatric Services, Psychoeducation, Life Skills Trainings, Whole Health Action Management, Peer Support, and more.

Mental Health Partners “Warm Line”

  • 303.545.0852 
  • Sometimes you need to talk to someone but aren't in crisis--that's where the Warm Line comes in! Our Outreach Team can provide support and assist community members in understanding and navigating available resources for behavioral health, physical health, housing, food, and benefits. Leave a voicemail with your request for support, information or resources. Messages will be returned within one-business day. This is not a crisis line or an appointment scheduling line.

National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA)

  • Locations can be found at https://acudetox.com/programs/
  • A not-for-profit training and advocacy organization, encourages community wellness through the use of a standardized auricular acupuncture protocol for behavioral health, including addictions, mental health, and disaster & emotional trauma.

Waking Life Counseling

  • 303.253.2342
  • 6363 W 120th Ave, Suite 300 Broomfield
  • Treatment Concentration Areas: Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health, Attachment, Complex Trauma & PTSD, Individual Therapy, Play Therapy & Sand Tray Therapy, Developmental Trauma, Childhood/Adolescent Anxiety & Depression

Low or No Cost Clinical Services (including Student Supports)

Open Path Psychotherapy Collective

  • Email: info@openpathcollective.org
  • Affordable in-office and online psychotherapy appointments serving clients who lack health insurance or whose health insurance doesn’t provide adequate mental health benefits.

Naropa Community Counseling Center

  • 303.546.3589 (office in Boulder)
  • Email: counselingclinic@naropa.edu

Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy

  • 303.964.5786 (office in Thornton)
  • Email: macplab@regis.edu

Resources for Black, Indigenious and People of Color (BIPOC) Communities

Colorado Providers of Color Directory

  • Crowd-sourced list of providers who identify as BIPOC and/or LGTBQ+. This list was compiled by Dr. Tara Jae with YouthSeen in Colorado. 

Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN)

  • Mental health Service Providers list compiled by RMIAN for people who are immigrants or have loved once who are immigrants. 

La Clinica Tepayac

  • 303.458.5302
  • Tepeyac integrates behavioral health care with physical health care by screening all patients for behavioral health needs. The Behavioral Health department has bilingual counselors who are available to respond when individuals and families are experiencing emotional distress.

National BIPOC Mental Health Resources

  • 24/7 Crisis Text Line - text COALITION to 741-741
  • The Mental Health Coalition offers a directory of nationwide resources for the BIPOC community.

Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Early Childhood Related Support

Children’s Hospital Colorado: Mental Health Services for Pregnant and Postpartum Women

  • 303.863.5252
  • The Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program at Children's Hospital Colorado supports pregnant women and women struggling with mood and anxiety issues after delivery, as well as their families. We provide evaluations for psychiatric and psychosocial concerns in the perinatal period along with group therapy and medication management. 
  • Includes mom support groups, psychiatrists, psychologists, pediatricians, nurses, social workers, and music therapists. Flyer: Postpartum depression and anxiety signs and steps moms can take

Colorado Chapter Postpartum Support International

  • Rosie Falls
    • Text or call 303.335.9473; Email rosie@otherchildinstitute.com
  • Diane Drapkin
    • Text or call 720.204.8623; Email dianedrapkin6@gmail.com
  • National Hotline (Spanish and English): 800.944.4773
  • National Textline: (English) 800.944.4773 and (Spanish) 971.203.7773
  • Dedicated to supporting those suffering from perinatal mood disorders, CO-PSI is available across the state and hase many Broomfield local resources. Visit the website to learn more about local support groups and therapists.

Community Reach Center - Early Childhood Services

  • 303.853.3801
  • 8889 Fox Dr., Suite B, Thornton, CO 80260
  • CRC Early Childhood Services Team provide pregnancy related support for all caregivers and family members related to pregnancy, provided in the home or at our location. 

Early Childhood Wellness Place

  • 303.460.3881
  • 520 Zang Street, Suite 212, Broomfield, CO 80021
  • A therapy office focused on treating children 12 and under and their families.

Resources for LGBTQIA+ 

Queer Astrisk 

  • 720.507.6161
  • 4535 N Broadway, Suite 101
  • Boulder, CO 80304 (alternative locations in Longmont, Denver, & Ft. Collins)
  • A CO nonprofit organization providing queer-informed counseling services, educational trainings, and community programming.

Youth Seen

  • Areas of support include mental health counseling, gender affirming support and family counseling.

Substance Use Services

Clinical Support

Community Reach Center (CRC) - Broomfield Outpatient Center

  • 303.853.3500
  • 100 Spader Way #267 Broomfield, CO
  • Services offered: Individual and group services for all ages, Outpatient Counseling, Substance Abuse Treatment, Intake Assessments. Other: Community-based Services, Behavioral Health Urgent Care, Housing, Outpatient Counseling, Peer Services, Psychological Testing, Therapy Groups, Vocational Services, Telehealth, and more. 
  • 303.280.4000
  • 2551 W. 84th Ave. Westminster, CO
  • Detox program
  • Complete coverage by Medicaid

Mental Health Partners Broomfield Clinic

  • 303.443.8500
  • 897 US Hwy 287 – Suite 200, Broomfield (Closest Bus Stop: US 287 & W 10th Ave)
  • Services offered: Individual, Group and Family therapy, Children, Family and Home based services, Telehealth, Addiction Recovery Services, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), Care Coordination and/or Targeted Case Management, Psychiatric Services, Psychoeducation, Life Skills Trainings, Whole Health Action Management, Peer Support, & more

Mental Health Partners - 24/7 Walk-in: Crisis Center & Addiction Services

  • Walk-in Crisis Phone: 844.493.TALK
  • Addictions/Detox Phone: 303.441.1281
  • 3180 Airport Rd. Boulder, CO 80301

Sandstone Care

  • 720.773.8727
  • 350 Interlocken Blvd, #100, Broomfield, CO
  • Drug and alcohol rehab center for teens and young adults: offers a continuum of care for teens and young adults struggling with substance use, addiction, and mental health needs in an outpatient setting. Our programs include extended residential, day treatment, intensive outpatient treatment -- in office and Virtual IOP, after school recovery and sober living.

National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA)

  • Locations can be found at https://acudetox.com/programs/
  • A not-for-profit training and advocacy organization, encourages community wellness through the use of a standardized auricular acupuncture protocol for behavioral health, including addictions, mental health, and disaster & emotional trauma.

The Works Program (Boulder County)

  • 303.441.1281
  • Harm reduction program providing outreach, education, and syringe exchange/access services to reduce HIV and hepatitis C transmission among people who inject and their partners. All services are free, confidential, or anonymous.

Denver Recovery Center

  • 833.920.1651
  • 295 Interlocken Blvd Suite 400 Broomfield CO 80021
  • Email: contact@denverrecoverycenter.com 
  • Holistic evidence based treatment center for substance use and addiction needs. 

Behavioral Health Group

  • 8402 Clay St. Westminster, CO 80031
  • Outpatient treatment and recovery centers for adults suffering with substance use disorder. 
  • Clinicians and counselors use Medication-Assisted Recovery with behavioral health and acute counseling in personalized combinations so that each patient can work towards achieving his or her best level of functioning in the community.

Non-Clinical Services

Alcoholics (AA), Narcotics (NA), Cocaine (CA) Anonymous

AA (Boulder) or 303.447.8201

NA (Boulder) or 303.412.2884

CA (National) for online support meetings

Gay and Sober

  • Our primary purpose is to encourage unity and enhance one’s sobriety, and our mission is to provide a safe, fun, and enriching experience to the sober LGBTQ community. Visit the link to find meetings throughout the week across Colorado.

Choice House Colorado – Wilderness therapy for men facing addiction

  • 303.578.4773
  • Email: hello@choicehouse.com

Medication and Syringe Drop off locations


Alternatives to Traditional Therapy

Natural Highs

  • 303.859.5778 (Boulder, CO)     
  • Contact: Avani Dilger, LPC, CACIII at avani@naropa.edu
  • Providing FREE cutting-edge trauma and mental health support for all teens and adults affected by the trauma in the Boulder Community.
  • Programs: weekly OUTDOOR Natural Highs for teens, Movement Mass, Body Love Revolution, and Queer Conversations for teens

Yoga Therapy

Yoga with Dr. Arielle Schwartz 

  • 303.819.0623
  • Yoga therapy ranging from trauma recovery to parenting a sensitive child

Whole Heart Way 

  • 818.568.8785
  • 954 North St, #301, Boulder
  • Individual and couples yoga therapy

Moving to End Sexual Assault 

  • Hotline: 303.443.7300
  • Office: 303.443.0400
  • 1455 Dixon Ave, St 210, Lafayette
  • Trauma informed yoga therapy for those overcoming assault

Wilderness Therapy

Bluefire Wilderness  

  • 844.413.1999
  • Family therapy focused on teens

Somatic Wilderness Therapy Institute

  • 720.507.6247
  • 2727 Pine St, St 11, Boulder

Black Girls Hike

  • Outdoor Group for Black Women who fellowship & encourage empowerment & exploring the beauty of Nature

Equine Therapy

Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy 

  • 303.494.1299
  • 66 S Cherryvale Rd. Boulder
  • Children and adult services

Wild at Heart

  • 720.308.2728
  • A variety equine therapy from women's groups to individual equine psychotherapy

Body n Soul

  • 720.899.0120
  • Equine facilitated psychotherapy

Healing Touch Therapy 

Boulder Healing Touch Therapy

  • 303.440.9181
  • Meditations, spiritual practices, and touch therapy  

Healing Warriors Program (Veterans) 

  • Veterans Crisis line: 800-273-8255
  • Each individual received 3 sessions, free of charge, for members, spouses, partners, or parents.
  • Non-narcotic therapy services: acupuncture, craniosacral therapy and Healing Touch therapy to alleviate pain

Art and Play Therapy

Bridge Center for Play Therapy 

  • 303.499.0844 
  • 3775 Iris Ave Unit 1B Boulder CO 80301 or 8771 Wolff Ct Suite 205 Westminster CO 80031
  • Play based therapy for children, parents, and families to provide you with the skills and tools  for change. 

The Boulder Center for Play Therapy

  • 720.304.2183
  • Provides a strength based play-filled therapeutic environment for children, adolescents, couples, families and adults.

Creative Conscious Connections LLC

  • 720.884.6673
  • 325 W. South Boulder Road Louisville, CO 80027
  • Art Therapy, mindfulness, and empowerment mentoring for women.

Crisis Services

CO Crisis Services: Free and confidential 

  • 844.493.8255 
  • Text “TALK” to 38255
  • Get connected to a crisis counselor or trained professional 24/7 who will assess risk and determine if a mobile response is necessary. There is no wrong reason to call - from suicidal thoughts to anxiety, loneliness, or substance use, someone will be there to talk you through it.

Broomfield & Adams County Summer “Life Line”

  • 303.835.LIFE (5433)
  • The “Life Line” connects young people facing mental health challenges with the support and services they need to face LIFE and all its obstacles. 
  • Staffed by licensed mental health professionals in Broomfield and Adams Counties who screen, assess, and refer to FREE therapy and support services
  • Intended to help prevent negative coping strategies such as self-harm, or self-medication with drugs or alcohol

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • 800.273.8255 (TALK) or 800.SUICIDE
  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline connects you with a crisis center in the Lifeline network closest to your location. Your call will be answered by a trained crisis worker who will listen empathetically and without judgment. The crisis worker will work to ensure that you feel safe and help identify options and information about mental health services in your area. Your call is confidential and free.

SAMHSA’s National Helpline

  • 800.662.HELP (4357)
  • Find local treatment at www.samhsa.gov/find-treatment
  • SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Community Reach Center - 24/7 Walk-in: Behavioral Health Urgent Care

  • 303.280.4000
  • 2551 W. 84th Ave. Westminster, CO

Mental Health Partners - 24/7 Walk-in: Crisis Center & Addiction Services

  • Walk-in Crisis Phone: 844.493.TALK (8255)
  • Addictions/Detox Phone: 303.441.1281
  • 3180 Airport Rd. Boulder, CO 80301

LGBTQ+ Crisis Resources

Trevor Project or Lifeline: 866-488-7386

Trans Lifeline or 877-565-8860

Additional Services

CO LADDERS 

  • Allows you to search by zip code for providers of mental health, substance use, and provides crisis line information.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

  • Crisis line: 800.273.8255
  • NAMI is an organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness, and we offer support, education and advocacy as we do so.
  • FREE support classes

Broomfield Community Resource Guide 

  • Broomfield residents and families can connect to support services including: transportation, health care, child services, emergency assistance, and adult & senior services; and agencies can post community events on the community calendar.

Judi’s House/JAG Institute

  • 720.941.0331
  • 1741 Gaylord Street – Denver, CO 80206
  • Helps children and families grieving a death find connection and healing free of charge through grief counseling and more.

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN)

  • 24 hour crisis and info line: 303.444.2424
  • SPAN is a human rights organization committed to ending violence against adults, youth and children through support, advocacy, education and community organizing.

Peer Support 

University of Colorado

  • 303-492-9642
  • Talk with students who have been through what you are going through

LGBTQ+ Resources

Envision: You

  • Colorado LGBTQ+ mental and behavioral health support and resources
  • You can find content on ‘How to have the talk’, Trans resources, eating disorders, and national LGBTQ+ Veteran’s or crisis info

Out Boulder

  • 303.499.5777
  • 1443 Spruce St. Boulder 80302
  • Educate, advocate and provide services, programs and support for Boulder County's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities through activities, support groups and events.


Toolkits for Organizations

Free, online toolkits are available for schools, workplace wellness sites, or any venue to promote positive mental health and well-being. The toolkits include easy-to-use resources, such as posters, flyers, fact sheets, social media images and content. For assistance accessing or promoting these campaigns in your agency, please contact Broomfield Public Health and Environment at publichealth@broomfield.org or 720.887.2200.