Metro Crisis Services, Inc.

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Colorado Crisis and Support Line

Class

Mental Health, Substance Abuse 

Beneficiaries

Crime/ Abuse Victims
General Public
Mentally/Emotionally Disabled
Substance Abusers (Drug/Alcohol Abusers)
At-Risk Populations

Description

844.493.TALK (8255).

Professional, 24/7, free, telephone-based crisis intervention for adults and children. Immediate assistance with crises involving mental health or substance abuse issues, suicide, bullying, domestic violence and abuse, grief and loss, resource referrals, family crises, relationship issues, drugs, stress, anxiety, parenting, PTSD, concerns for a friend or family member, veteran issues, depression, etc.

All services are available to all, free of charge, without respect to geographic place of residence, income, health insurance, age, veterans status, lifestyle, or history of involvement or enrollment with other treatment providers.

Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners is part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Interactive website at www.RMCrisisPartners.org

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Evidence of Program's Success

We will see a reduction in suicide across the state of Colorado, and we will see a reduction in public incidents attributed to individuals who "tried, but couldn't get help."

We will also see dramatically reduced reliance on law enforcement and hospital emergency departments for treatment of mental health and substance abuse issues.

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