If you don’t know where to begin getting mental health, substance use, or emotional help for yourself or someone you know—start here. We provide confidential and immediate support, 24/7/365. If you are in crisis or need help dealing with one, call this toll-free number.
1-844-493-8255 or Text TALK to 38255
When you call Colorado Crisis Services, you will be connected to a trained crisis counselor. We offer translation services for non-English speakers, we engage in immediate problem-solving, and we always make follow-up calls to ensure you receive continued care.
Colorado Crisis Services operates 6 walk-in crisis centers across metro Denver. These centers are open 24/7, and offer confidential, in-person crisis support, information, and referrals to anyone in need. Click here for more information.
A local walk-in crisis center is located at Jefferson Center’s Crisis & Recovery Center
The Crisis & Recovery Center
- Walk-in crisis centers
- Mobile crisis services throughout the state
These services are available for any mental health, substance use or emotional crisis, 24/7. Call 1-844-493-8255 or Text TALK to 38255 to access Colorado Crisis Services. Jefferson Center’s Crisis & Recovery Center is one of the walk-in crisis facilities that are open 24/7 providing support, information, and referrals to anyone in need. There are twelve walk-in crisis centers located throughout the state, with seven in the metro area.
Jefferson Center has developed partnerships with three law enforcement agencies in Jefferson County including the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO), Arvada, and Lakewood Police Departments. This collaboration allows for two clinicians to work within each respective agency. Our clinicians are able to assist law enforcement with mental health-related calls such as evaluation and assessment of individual(s), psychoeducation for family members, care coordination between JCSO and Jefferson Center, and linkage to services both internally and externally within Jefferson Center.
For emergencies, please call 911 and request a “CIT” personnel respond to a mental health crisis. For non-emergencies, please call the respective numbers below and request a “case manager” to contact you.