Mental Wellness Program Services

The Mental Wellness Program serves individuals and families in the Denver, Longmont, and Pueblo communities, who need mental health services, but who encounter barriers to accessing treatment. Barriers may include being uninsured, not able to afford treatment, not able to afford insurance co-pays or deductibles.

What you can expect:

  • Connection with a mental health professional in your service area.

  • 6 to 10 free individual or group therapy sessions. (Note: the program does not offer crisis services, inpatient services, or medication management.)

  • All volunteer therapists complete a background check and are thoroughly vetted.

If you are interested in receiving services through the Mental Wellness Program, call 1-844-380-6355.



  Just looking to make a connection?


Consider requesting a call from our Kind Connection Program: A mental wellness-minded program that connects volunteers looking to help and individuals seeking a connection. Whether you are feeling stressed, isolated, or just a bit lonely, you can request a call and get connected today! (Note: Kind Connection Telephone Volunteers are not required to possess licensure or insurance and are not mental health professionals)

Learn more about our Kind Connection Program


Note: The Mental Wellness Program does not offer crisis services. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency or having thoughts of suicide, please call:
Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners  1-844-493-8255 OR
The National Suicide Prevention Line, 1-800-273-8255 OR
Colorado Crisis Services: free local support 24/7/365 1-844-493-TALK (8255)
For additional resources and information, visit: Mental Health Colorado



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