This system includes the statewide Colorado Crisis Support Line
Call 1 844 493 TALK (8255) or Text TALK to 38255
If you don’t know where to begin getting mental health, substance use, or emotional help for yourself or someone you know Colorado Crisis Services provides 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-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to speak to a trained professional.
When you call Colorado Crisis Services, you will be connected to a crisis counselor or trained professional with a master’s or doctoral degree. They offer translation services for non-English speakers, they engage in immediate problem solving, and will always make follow-up calls to ensure you receive continued care.
The crisis centers are mental health urgent care centers. They are there to provide immediate mental health support services, for FREE. They define crisis as “anything that you consider a crisis,” and are here to help.
Walk in Crisis Centers that offer 24/7/365 care to people of all ages in behavioral health crisis:
In Larimer County at 1217 Riverside Ave., Ft. Collins or call their local crisis line at 970 494-4200
In Weld County at 928 12th Street, Greeley or call their local crisis line at 970-347-2120
Mobile Crisis Units are available and travel across Weld and Larimer Counties to reach people in crisis and transport them to services.
Call 970 494-4200 in Larimer or 970-347-2120 in Weld County to reach your local Mobile Crisis Unit.
Rick Hufnagel, Executive Director, Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County: Being involved with Imagine Zero provides the Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County an opportunity to work in a shared collaborative effort to reduce the number of suicides our community has experienced. Collaboration means that a group of individuals interact amongst themselves; share ideas and cooperate with each other in order to accomplish a goal. Collaboration is much more than meeting and networking. It is organizing around common problems, identifying common issues and applying resources that individual collaborators bring to the table from their respective areas of experience, and working toward solutions that individuals could not have imagined on their own. Through this collaborative structure, it is possible to identify overlaps, as well as, gaps in resources and services; share scarce resources; and, have the necessary group strength to change policies and create new resources.