For Our Community
Each year, Jefferson Center for Mental Health makes a difference in the lives of thousands of community members struggling with mental health disorders.
Here Are Some of the Ways We Are Supporting Our Community Each Day
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.
Mental Health First Aid teaches the public identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Jefferson Center for Mental Health is proud to offer these interactive 8-hour course free of charge to our community members. Health First Aid does not teach people to be therapists, rather it teaches a 5-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer, social and self-help care.
Have you lost your Medicaid benefits and aren’t sure why? Are you confused about why you lost your Medicaid benefits? You may still be eligible to receive Medicaid. Some cases may even be eligible to have past services covered. These resources can help: Local Resources – Jefferson County: Jefferson County Dept. of Human Services 900 Jefferson […]
“May is Mental Health” month frame starting May 1
Interested in making mental health a priority at your place of work? At Jefferson Center we value the inclusion of mental health awareness in the workplace, and have a variety of classes, training sessions and public speakers to aid to your organizations efforts to build the conversation around mental health at your organization.
The 2023 Art of Hope Calendar Is Here! Through the Art of Hope, Jefferson Center’s annual calendar, we are proud to support and showcase artwork produced by Jefferson Center clients. For many, art is a form of creative expression. For others, art fosters strength and resiliency in the face of life’s toughest challenges. In our […]
Be An Advocate! Becoming an advocate for mental health is a great way to get involved in your community! Jefferson Center has a Policy Action Network (PAN) which establishes and maintains positive relationships with elected officials and other decision-makers to promote adequate resources and improve the lives of community members. We provide advocates with up-to-date […]
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Jefferson Center! Our volunteers play an important role in achieving our vision of a community where mental health matters and care is accessible to all. Volunteers are needed throughout the year for help with our fundraising and community events.
We know that often people will seek help from their faith-based connections for mental health and substance use counseling. Because of this common mission, Jefferson Center partnered with faith-based organizations to establish Bridges of Understanding with the purpose of: Supporting faith-based organizations in our local community with resources and education on mental health and substance […]
Speakers Bureau at Jefferson Center shares our resources and knowledge free of charge with businesses, civic clubs, church groups, schools, and other organizations in our area.
Jefferson Center is offering free access to this online tool that offers resources with simple tools, weekly exercises, and daily inspiration to help overcome depression and anxiety. Improve your mental health and overall well-being from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
1. Stay in The Loop Sign up today and be the first to get notified of new updates. 2. Donate Give a tax-deductible gift to support mental health and substance use services at Jefferson Center. 3. Get Certified in Mental Health First Aid Learn to recognize a range of mental health and substance use disorders, […]