Who We Are & What We Do
You are not alone.
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.
Our trained crisis counselors are here to listen to you and provide support around the feelings that life during the pandemic may bring up, such as worry, sadness, hopelessness, or anger. Providers can also help you understand and manage stress, develop coping strategies, and connect you with other resources you might need. All services are free, confidential, and can be conducted virtually or over the phone.
OUR SERVICES & PROGRAMS
All of our services are free, confidential, and can be conducted virtually or over the phone.
Sessions, classes, trainings, and consultations led by our trained crisis counselors who offer skills to help you cope with your situation and reactions.
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 is here to support you as you navigate the impacts of COVID-19. Here are some helpful resources!