As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it’s important to know that staying at home can help minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The Mental Health Center of Denver is providing remote services using video and telephone. If you have not received services with us before, visit our Access Services page to get started. If you are in an immediate crisis and need help now, please visit our Colorado Crisis Services information page.
Although our building may be closed due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), we're open for services.
Please see our events calendar for updates on People's Food Pantry and community classes.
The food box program is open, with modifications. We are doing walk-up pickup in the teaching kitchen. Click here to sign up for a food box. Food box pick-up hours are Wednesdays 3:30-5:30pm.
People's Food Pantry operates Thursdays 2-4 pm as a drive-up food pantry, providing food boxes for individuals who live in the 80207 zip code.
For questions about Dahlia Campus, please call 303-300-6333.
A Welcoming Space for Health, Hope, and Well-Being
Dahlia Campus for Health & Well-Being is the result of a strong partnership between the Mental Health Center of Denver and the Northeast Park Hill community, understanding that those in the community are the ones who know best how to improve their health and well-being.
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Our mental health services help build the base for healthy families and strong communities. The programs listed below are offered and located at Dahlia Campus. For access to our full range of Child & Family services, please click here.
We partner with a few organizations to make up our Farms and Gardens team. Dahlia Campus has a one-acre urban in-ground farm and an aquaponics greenhouse to provide freshly grown food and fish to the community.
Everyone is invited to be a part of Dahlia Campus for Health & Well-Being. Between our on-site preschool, community events and spaces, cooking classes and activities, there is something for everyone to make Dahlia Campus their favorite place to be.
PBS NewsHour: "Inclusive Wellness Center is an Oasis"
"Fish swim in giant tanks. Collard greens grow in abundance in a massive greenhouse. Down the hall, there's a dentist's office, as well as a mental health center. And at the other end of the building, 3-, 4-, and 5-year-olds run around..."