Mental Health Center of Denver

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

We are committed to providing services to the people throughout our community who need them, while protecting the health and safety of our staff and the people we serve.

Although our buildings are closed due to COVID-19, we are providing services. We are working remotely to help limit the spread of the virus. Our staff are reaching out by phone to those we serve to support their needs. We continue to take new clients.

  • All scheduled appointments are taking place by phone or video calls. Please call your team if you have any questions. 
  • Pharmacies at the Recovery Center and Wellshire Behavioral Services are filling prescriptions and delivering medications to those we serve. We ask that you stay home to be safe and avoid going to our pharmacies. Visit our Pharmacy webpage for more information.
  • Denver Health and Mental Health Center of Denver primary care offices at the Recovery Center are open to scheduled appointments. Please call 303-504-7796.
  • Our community classes and events are on pause until further notice.

Please call Colorado Crisis Services if experiencing a crisis at 1-844-493-8255 or visit the Colorado Crisis Services webpage for more information. 

We have created a webpage with resources for managing stress and anxiety during COVID-19. If you still have questions, please call 303-504-6500. 

MHCD Dahlia on Thursday, June 20, 2019 in Denver. (Chris Schneider)

We Welcome Your Feedback

We know that our switch to providing services virtually has been rapid. We’re here to answer your questions and we encourage you to send us your feedback. To contact us with general questions, please click here. To provide feedback about your experience with our services, please contact the Advocate Office by calling 303-504-6579 or emailing advocate@mhcd.org.

We Welcome Your Feedback

We know that our switch to providing services virtually has been rapid. We’re here to answer your questions and we encourage you to send us your feedback. To contact us with general questions, please click here. To provide feedback about your experience with our services, please contact the Advocate Office by calling 303-504-6579 or emailing advocate@mhcd.org.

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Programs and Services

Check Out Our Programs

Mental Health Center of Denver offers programs and services for the entire life cycle. Call our Access Center today to get started.

Check Out Our Programs

Mental Health Center of Denver offers programs and services for the entire life cycle. Call our Access Center today to get started.

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MyStrength

Maintaining your overall wellness includes strengthening the whole you - body, mind and spirt. Take charge of your mental health today with myStrength.

Mental Health First Aid

We offer Mental Health First Aid classes for adults, adults assisting youth and special classes delivered in Spanish and American Sign Language.

This training provides crucial information to help someone in need. 

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services

Our Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services team provides specialized outpatient mental healthcare for deaf and hard of hearing children, families and adults in the Denver area.

Work & Education Training

Our work and education training programs are designed to provide clients in our community with the education and employment they need to lead successful, empowered lives.

Colorado Crisis Services access information

Voz y Corazón

Voz y Corazón provides free community-based support groups for youth, focusing on self-acceptance, group connection and mentorship - all supported through artistic expression.

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El Centro de las Familias

El Centro de las Familias is a multi-cultural clinical team providing Spanish-language and bilingual outpatient mental health care to Denver’s Latino/Hispanic community.

News and Events

As its clients stay home, Mental Health Center of Denver has turned to delivery

Denverite | April 6, 2020

As a Mental Health Center of Denver case worker, Evan Robertson’s job has involved a lot of driving.

The licensed counselor has chauffeured clients to government offices to help them apply for driver’s licenses or food stamps or to replace a lost birth certificate. Along the way, Robertson would take the opportunity to try to draw his passenger out about what he or she might be struggling with — anxiety, concern about relapsing into alcohol or drug abuse. He calls it “car counseling. Do it on the way to Social Security.”

Read the full story.

Candy R. helps Evan R. load food boxes from the Mental Health Center of Denver. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)
Candy R. helps Evan R. load food boxes from the Mental Health Center of Denver. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Help Us Help Others: Masks and Supplies Donations

By Eliana Meyer | April 8, 2020

As our community weathers the COVID-19 pandemic together, we are all trying to find ways to reach out and feel
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Nine Self-Care Recommendations

By Courtney Riley | April 8, 2020

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Donate Technology to the People We Serve

By Eliana Meyer | April 7, 2020

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Social Connection During COVID-19

By Eliana Meyer | April 6, 2020

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Learn More about the Colorado Behavioral Health & Wellness Summit

By Eliana Meyer | October 2, 2019

On October 21 – 24, clinicians, educators, researchers and policymakers will gather at the University of Denver for the first
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Mental Health Center of Denver Receives 2019 Cigna Well-Being Award

By Mental Health Center of Denver | September 26, 2019

The Mental Health Center of Denver is proud to share that we have been honored with the 2019 Cigna Well-Being
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How to Talk to Youth About Suicide Prevention

By Eliana Meyer | September 19, 2019

It is devastating to entire communities when a young person dies by suicide. Unfortunately, suicide among youth is a serious
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Events for week of April 5, 2020

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All In-Person Community Events Suspended

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April 10 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat 11th

All In-Person Community Events Suspended

April 11 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Donate Today

Your generosity can help the people in our services affected by COVID-19. Through your donation of devices, to our Amazon Wish List or to our well-being fund, we can keep everyone connected to the life-saving services we provide.

Donate Today

Your generosity can help the people in our services affected by COVID-19. Through your donation of devices, to our Amazon Wish List or to our well-being fund, we can keep everyone connected to the life-saving services we provide.

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