Colorado Spirit

Free and Confidential Mental Health Support and Resources for COVID-19

Contact us at 720-731-4689 

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Who We Are & What We Do

Jefferson Center has partnered with the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) to provide you community-based support, resources, and outreach through our new Colorado Spirit program during the pandemic. Our goal is to help people recover from the challenging disruptions caused by COVID-19, with a focus on Jefferson, Gilpin, and Clear Creek Counties.

Check Out Our Resources:

Not sure which resources might be right for you? Fill out our resource form. By answering a few questions, our clinicians will be able to match you with resources that are designed to fit your needs.

OUR SERVICES & PROGRAMS

All of our services are free, confidential, and can be conducted virtually or over the phone.

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Group Support

Sessions, classes, trainings, and consultations led by our trained crisis counselors who offer skills to help you cope with your situation and reactions.

Individual Support

Help you understand your reactions, improve coping strategies, review your options, and connect you with other individuals and agencies that may assist you.

Assessments, Referrals, and Resources

Assess your needs and refer you to additional disaster relief services, mental health services, or substance use treatment (if needed).

COLORADO SPIRIT BLOG

Check Out Our Winter Wellness Planners

English Winter Wellness Planner

Are you ready to begin your wellness journey? Our wellness planner is filled with ideas for how you can spend your days this winter as you take time to reconnect with yourself and the world around you.

Spanish Winter Wellness Planner

Are you ready to begin your wellness journey? Our Spanish translated wellness planner is filled with ideas for how you can spend your days this winter as you take time to reconnect with yourself and the world around you.

Read What Our Client's Think Of Us

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  V Reeves:

Jefferson County Case Manager, CSPI

"Benefits in Action invited CO Spirit to do a virtual boundaries training with staff/ case workers/ caretakers to teach how to maintain healthy boundaries with clients. As a case manager for folks living out of their vehicles, I recognized that this training, if modified slightly to better suit the target audience, could be empowering for our clients.

 

Most clients who have issues with respecting boundaries haven’t been taught how to have healthy boundaries with others in their own lives. I hoped that this training would encourage folks to seek healthier/protectant conflict resolution strategies with their loved ones, fellow parkers, and community members at large.

 

I chose to work with Colorado Spirit because I appreciated the soft-spoken nature of the speakers and felt that they could be patient and trauma-informed when working directly with our houseless clients.

 

My experience with the team was absolutely fantastic! Very much looking forward to scheduling more regular empowerment/ life skills trainings for our clients in 2022.

 

Chelsea (clinical coordinator), Charles, and the 3 interns Benton (showed a ton of leadership), Megan, and Taylor were all phenomenal. I am thankful for their insight, relatable approaches, and adaptability. I know definitively that they had an impact on training attendees when it came to shifting mindsets surrounding boundary setting/responding.

 

I will be reaching out promptly to schedule regular trainings of various natures, with boundaries being a staple one for the future and I have been recommending the team to everyone I know."

REACH OUT

Call Us at
720-731-4689!

If you or someone you know is in a crisis please call
1-844-493-8255 or visit our 24/7 walk-in crisis center at 4643 Wadsworth Blvd, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033