Mental Health Resources

You're not alone—find support

We’re all experiencing emotional discomfort in this time of unprecedented change. Sometimes this can lead to struggles in daily life, or disruptions to physical health.  We’re here to help.

Updated September 1, 2020

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Connect with mental health professionals to get support

Therapy and coaching can help provide you with the tools you need to better support yourself, your business, and your family. We are dedicated to providing diverse therapy and coaching options so you can choose what help you need most right now.

  • Energize Colorado Stress Management for Small Businesses: Offering free group courses focused o giving you techniques to better meet all of life’s challenges.
  • Energize Colorado Therapy Connection: We’ve brought together mental health professionals to offer free and low-cost therapy, in an effort to make sure that anyone who needs support is able to access it.
  • Coronavirus Online Therapy: Free and low fee online therapy for front line and essential workers
  • Sondermind: Free help finding a therapist who fits your needs, accepts your insurance, and is available to see you in person or via video sessions
  • Open Path Psychotherapy Collective: Online psychotherapy sessions between $30 and $60 after a lifetime membership fee of $59, as long as there’s financial need.
  • Talkspace: Therapy via messaging
  • Better Help: Therapy via video conferencing and messaging

If you’re a licensed mental health professional looking to provide free or low-cost sessions, please fill out this short form and we’ll reach out soon to learn more and discuss details.

Educational resources to help you and your employees stay well

We have compiled resources that can help you and your employees learn about and practice mental health daily. Implementing daily practices to improve your mental health and help with trouble sleeping, and symptoms of depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.


Find support groups

Group therapy or support groups can help guide you with a community of support and trust. Participants can bond over share experiences and help each other develop healthy tools for coping. During these isolating times, it can be a beneficial source of connection.

View mental health professionals by region

We’ve compiled a list of mental health professionals and practices in Colorado, so you can view available resources near you.


Mental Health Crisis Help

If you’re in extreme emotional distress or thinking of ending your own life, please call 911 or contact:

  • Colorado Crisis Services Hotline: 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or via text by texting TALK to 38255 or find a walk-in center on their website