Service Updates

All our locations are open with normal hours. We look forward to seeing you.

The health and safety of our clients and staff is our top priority. We are implementing various steps to ensure a healthy environment including:

  • Requiring all clients, visitors, and staff to wear masks.
  • Conducting health and temperature screenings upon arrival.
  • Frequent disinfection of surfaces and treatment rooms.
  • Ensuring 6-foot distancing during all sessions and in our waiting areas.

In-person appointments are available as well as video teletherapy appointments. If you would prefer to have your appointment via video teletherapy from your own home, please call us at 970.252.3200 to confirm those arrangements.

If you’re experiencing a high fever, a cough, have been exposed to someone who may have COVID-19, or have traveled to a high-risk area, please call 970.252.3200 to schedule a teletherapy appointment or call us at least 24 hours in advance to reschedule your appointment.

Same Day Access for New Clients will continue to be provided via teletherapy and is available in-person at our three largest locations.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please come to our Crisis Walk-In Center or call our local crisis line at 970.252.6220 or text “TALK” to 38255.

Resources

Active Support

MyStrength is an online wellness tool personalized just for you. It is safe, secure, and now free with our access code. Visit our myStrength page to learn more.

The Center Support Line is a free, 24-hour support line open to our community at this time. If you are feeling stressed, anxious, or just need to talk with someone, call 970.252.6220. We can help.

Coping During COVID-19 is a virtual group to help you find support and build connections, resiliency, and healthy coping skills. We invite our clients to join us every Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. Please call 970.252.3200 for more information.

Check out The CMH Blog for helpful mental health resources, stories, and insight. Our blog is a great tool to bookmark in your web browser for convenient access.

Community Updates from our CEO

Message from Our CEO

Your health and safety is our top priority. The Center for Mental Health is committed to ensuring the continuity of our services while also protecting the health of our staff, clients, and community.  We have established a COVID-19 Response Team to work closely with state and local agencies across our six-county region. Our goal is to continue to provide excellent care to our clients and our community as best we can. We will post updates related to The Center for Mental Health here as they become available. We have also provided a section of useful links below. Please take care of yourself, your family, and your neighbors during this challenging time.   

Shelly J. Spalding, Chief Executive Officer
The Center for Mental Health