At the Mental Health Center of Denver, our mission is "enriching lives and minds by focusing on strengths and recovery" and we know that, with treatment, people can and do recover from mental illness.
All donations to the Mental Health Center of Denver support our mission and help us achieve our goal of providing access to everyone in our community who needs mental health treatment.
The Mental Health Center of Denver is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service under article 501(c)(3). All donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
The Mental Health Center of Denver is a member of Community Health Charities, a workplace giving organization that provides an opportunity to make ongoing gifts through payroll deduction. If you wish to make a donation through Community Health Charities, please use these codes:
Wise Giving Alliance
The Mental Health Center of Denver is proud to have the national Charity Seal of the Better Business Bureau's Wise Giving Alliance which signifiies that we meet strict standards of truthfulness, efficient use of donations, commitment to ethical practices and accoutnability to donors.
The Mental Health Center of Denver is a partner with Community First Foundation and its GivingFirst.org online giving program. Because of its commitment to our community, Community First Foundation does not charge any administrative fee for this service and also pays the merchant fees on all online gifts. When you click on the "Donate Now" button on our site, you will go directly to the GivingFirst.org site. You can input all of your gift information there and it will be transmitted to our Development Office.
You can mail a check directly to:
Mental Health Center of Denver
4141 E. Dickenson Place
Denver, CO 80222
If you wish, you may download this form to accompany your check or you may simply include a note indicating how you wish your donation to be use.
Gifts of over $200 designated for our 2Succeed program may be eligible for tax credit though the State of Colorado's Enterprise Zone legistlation. Contact Barbara Shaw at 303-504-6727 or email her directly at email@example.com for more information.
Gifts of clothing, furniture, appliances, toys, and other items to our Wishing Well Resource Center and to A New Day Resource Center are distributed to consumers at the Mental Health Center of Denver.
Pick-up can be arranged by calling the Donation Line at 303-892-5594.
The Mental Health Center of Denver partners with Cars Helping Charities to facilitate your donation of a car, truck, motorcycle, or other vehicle to support our work. To learn more about donating your car, click here. Call toll-free at 1-866-701-CARS (2277) or 303-423- CARS (2277) in the Denver metro area.
Planned gifts include gifts through:
For detailed information about the benefits of a planned gift, please contact Barbara Shaw at 303-504-6727 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or U.S. Mail to Barbara Shaw, Mental Health Center of Denver Donations, 4141 E. Dickenson Place, Denver, CO 80222.
This $8 million growth camparently underway to support the Mental Health Center of Denver's nationally-recognized recovery and outreach services. For more information, please contact Barbara Shaw at 303-504-6727 or email her directly at email@example.com.
Growth - Enrichment - Recovery
Growth - Enrichment - Recovery is a campaign of the Mental Health Center of Denver. Proceeds raised are used to help fund our new landmark Recovery Center and continue to provide our nationally-recognized recovery and outreach services.
Your investment will support the cost of renovating and opening the 70,000 square-foot Mental Health Center of Denver Recovery Center at 4455 E. 12th Ave. on the site of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Your investment in this campaign also offers you the opportunity to invest in mental health programs for all ages, facilities like the Recovery Center and outreach programs that change lives and have a profound impact the quality of life in our community.
Other supportive services will include wellness and nutrition programs, housing and telemedicine connectivity. Adults who come to the Mental Health Center of Denver Recovery Center can get all their healthcare needs met in one place.
Your investment in this campaign offers you the opportunity to invest in mental health programs for all ages, facilities like the Recovery Center and outreach programs that change lives and have a profound impact the quality of life in our community.
The Mental Health Center of Denver has made profound contributions and gained national recognition for innovative programs such
Child & Family Services
Right Start for Infant Mental Health: This program provides clinical services to pregnant women as well as children from birth to age three when family circumstances put them at risk for social or mental health problems.
Voz y Corazón (or “Voice and Heart”): This program confronts the sad reality that suicide is the second leading cause of death among teenagers and young adults in Colorado. Designed by and for teens, the program provides free, community-based, culturally sensitive mentoring and suicide prevention services to teens and their families.
A New Day Family Resource Center: This center serves children and families who are impacted by mental illness by providing essential services and access to a food bank and free thrift store.
Adult Recovery Services
Growth and Recovery Opportunities for Women (GROW): In this multi-faceted program of integrated treatment and support services, therapists respond to the needs of women who are impacted by mental illness, trauma, domestic violence, substance abuse and homelessness.
Court to Community Treatment Program: This jail diversion program is designed for individuals with mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse disorders with histories of repeated arrests and court appearances resulting from their untreated mental illnesses. Your support of this program will help ensure that individuals receive appropriate treatment and services instead of jail time.
Integrated Physical and Mental Healthcare: People who live with a mental illness die earlier than their peers from physical illness. Mental Health Center of Denver’s integrated care model confronts this challenge by providing both primary and mental healthcare services with an emphasis on coordinated care.
2Succeed Supported Education Programs: This comprehensive program of academic, career, and personal development is offers academic support for students taking classes at the Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State College of Denver, the University of Colorado at Denver, and Emily Griffith Technical College.
2Succeed Supported Employment Programs: By providing area businesses with productive and motivated employees, Mental Health Center of Denver assists those it serves by helping them find employment.
Recovery through Art: Practicing art allows consumers to communicate ideas, exercise new skills and express emotions. At 2Succeed, art and music are effective components of recovery.