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Jefferson Center for Mental Health brings hope for a brighter future to those struggling with mental health disorders.
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In Times of Crisis & Trauma
Colorado Crisis Services

Jefferson Center is a partner in the statewide crisis network called Colorado Crisis Services. This network offers a hotline, walk-in crisis centers and mobile crisis services throughout the state, for any mental health, substance use or emotional crisis, and is available 24/7.

Call 1-844-493-8255 to access Colorado Crisis Services.

As always, Jefferson Center's main phone number, 303-425-0300, is available 24/7. For more information on the Colorado Crisis Services, please visit the website at

Suicide Prevention

For over 25 years, Jefferson Center has been the lead agency of the Suicide Prevention Coalition, a community from Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Gilpin Counties, addressing suicide prevention issues. Valuable resources including warning signs, what to do, resources and suggestions for survivors are provided through materials available to organizations, at events throughout the community. Learn more.

What is Recovery?
Jefferson Center is committed to providing supportive mental health services throughout the recovery journey. A wide and growing variety of programs, services and recovery groups are available here at the Center, and many more in the community.

Making a Difference In Our Community
In Jefferson County, it is estimated that over 100,000 people struggle with mental health disorders each year. Last year, Jefferson Center for Mental Health served thousands of people through its mental health and substance use treatment, care coordination, prevention and wellness programs. Learn more in our Report to the Community.