AllHealth Network provides professional, culturally- inclusive mental health and substance abuse services, including outpatient services such as individual, family, marital and group counseling and psychiatry. During this trying time, AllHealth is delivering individual and group therapy services for adolescents and adults via telehealth, which provides access to quality care from the comfort of your home. Groups focus on a variety of topics such as coping strategies, managing our emotions, building healthy relationships, and more. Most insurance plans are accepted, including Medicaid. To learn more visit www.AllHealthNetwork.org or call 303-730-8858.
24/7 Crisis Intervention: 303-730-3303
Colorado Crisis Services
Colorado Crisis Services remains open 24/7. If you don’t know where to begin getting mental health, substance use or emotional help for yourself or someone you know, text TALK to 38255 or call this toll-free number 1-844-493-TALK (8255) to speak to a trained professional. More information is available on the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health website.
Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program
The Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) is designed to support individuals and communities impacted by the challenges of COVID-19. The program aims to promote recovery, resilience, and empowerment while strengthening existing community support systems by helping with the emotional needs of survivors and those affected by the pandemic.
All services are free and anonymous! The CCP has 18 community service providers across the state who are ready to support and help you with:
- Understanding, managing and reducing stress.
- Developing coping strategies.
- Connection to community resources and other relief services.
- Providing education and information to address the unique challenges of COVID-19.
- Assisting and reviewing recovery options.
The Providers cover geographic areas of Colorado and groups of people that are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. To connect with a provider or learn more, please visit www.Covid19.Colorado.Gov
Salvation Army Emotional and Spiritual Care
The Salvation Army in Centennial offers Emotional and Spiritual Care to anyone who needs someone to talk to or pray with over the phone – especially those who are shut in. Reach the Salvation Army at 303-779-9662.
Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) Healthline
The CCSD Healthline is available to in-district families between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, during the statewide school closure. Families can call 720-554-HLTH (4584) to speak with a Cherry Creek Schools registered nurse or mental health professional.
Protect Yourself & Others from COVID-19 When Visiting Parks & Recreational Facilities
Staying physically active is one of the best ways to keep your mind and body healthy. Enjoying parks & trails can be a great way to relieve stress, stay active and get some fresh air and vitamin D.
Know Before You Go: Please follow the proper steps to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
View a list of recommended thing to do or not do on the CDC website.
More Health & Wellness Information
The safety and health of our community is important. View a list of public safety and health resources available to Centennial residents.
Looking for Things to Do?
Take a look at a few ideas we gathered on our #WeAreOneCentennial page.