This page includes resources for residents of Mesa County who have questions about or needs surrounding physical and mental health.
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Colorado Behavioral Health Council
Colorado’s Community Mental Health Centers are committed to ensuring the continuity of essential services while also safeguarding the health of staff, clients, and communities. Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council continues to provide specific resources during this difficult time.
Find Behavioral Health Help
Find Behavioral Health Help provides any overview of the many resources which can help with a mental health or substance use issue.
Mental Health Colorado
This advocacy organization hosts a variety of online mental health screening in both English and Spanish, a mental health toolkit for schools, a page dedicated to the latest mental health research, as well as a variety of events throughout the year.
Mind Springs Health
The mission of Mind Springs Health is to rebuild lives and inspire hope by providing exceptional mental health and addiction recovery care, strengthening the health and vitality of our communities. Mind Spring offers services for those with or without insurance (on a sliding scale) in Summit, Pitkin, Grand, Eagle, Rio Blanco, Garfield, Mesa, Moffat, Routt and Jackson, counties. The organization also has many online resources for individuals struggling with or looking to improve their mental health.
Pro Bono Mental Health Services
Benefits in Action has teamed up with Spark the Change Colorado to offer pro bono mental health services. All service is provided remotely.
Colorado Health Network
The mission of Colorado Health Network (CHN) is to equitably meet the evolving needs of people affected by HIV and other health conditions through prevention, care, and advocacy. Visit their locations in Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Greeley, Fort Collins, Denver or Grand Junction.
Health and Wellness Resources
The content helps direct you to resources from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Department of Regulatory Agencies, Department of Human Services, and Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.