OUR MISSION is to promote resilience, empowerment, and wellness by strengthening partnerships and focusing on communities impacted by the pandemic. We foster positive change within the community and support individuals in taking a proactive approach to mental health.
The global panic surrounding COVID-19 can feel overwhelming and stressful. It is normal to feel anxious, sad, hopeless, or any other emotion caused by the ongoing pandemic. COVID-19 has changed the way we live in many facets, from our work lives to our social lives. This new reality poses a unique set of challenges for all of us. Now more than ever it’s important to prioritize our emotional and mental well-being.
OUR VISION is to leave behind a legacy of improved coping skills, educational and resource materials, and enhanced community partnerships.
Colorado Spirit services promote resilience, empowerment, and recovery.
Our counselors understand the importance of your confidentiality and anonymity.
Our crisis counselors deliver services in the communities rather than wait for individuals to seek their assistance.
Our crisis counselors make contact in communities and through online services, not in clinical or office settings.
Who We Are
Jefferson Center has partnered with the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) to provide you with community-based support, resources, and outreach through our new Colorado Spirit program during the pandemic.
What We Do
Our crisis counselors are here to help you understand and manage stress, develop coping strategies, and connect you with other resources you might need through individual & group support, referrals, educational content, and other COVID-19 relief services.
Who We Serve
At Colorado Spirit, we are here to support anyone whose emotional or mental well-being has been affected by the global pandemic with a focus on Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Jefferson Counties
Colorado Spirit is funded through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) with oversight by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and through close collaboration with Jefferson Center for Mental Health.