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6. 26.14

On July 1, 2014 our Peer Support line, the first of its kind in Colorado, will begin taking calls. We are very proud of our peer support staff and of this addition to our services.

5. 6.14

MCS is proud to announce that our services have been expanded to the entire state of Colorado! On May 1, 2014, the Colorado Department of Human Services finalized its contract with Metro Crisis Services to provide crisis hotline and warmline services to all Coloradans. (click for press release)


HOPE MATINEE TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE! Experience a luntime event unlike any other as MCS brings actual callers' stories to life through interactive theatre.  Find out More and Get your Tickets Today.


MCS NOW A DISASTER DISTRESS HELPLINE REGION! The SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline  is a national toll-free service for those experiencing emotional distress related to natural or man-made disasters. MCS is proud to be named the FEMA Region V DDH provider, offering professional staff for crisis counseling and support to DDH callers, in order to help them move forward on the path of recovery.


MCS 2013 ANNUAL REPORT.  The 2013 fiscal year was been a year of growth for MCS and marked the third year operating Colorado's only 24/7, free, open access crisis hotline. Read the 2013 Annual Report Now


MCS IS HIRING!  MCS is currently hiring for an overnight crisis clinician to work in the Crisis Hotline call center. Get More Info and Apply Now!

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If you’re struggling with a mental or emotional problem, getting into trouble with drugs or alcohol, having family or relationship problems, or problems at work or school, call Metro Crisis Line at 888-885-1222. Free, confidential guidance and support is only a phone call away. We can help you find your own path to recovery and growth.

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Hope Floats...The 2nd Annual Derby Duck Race

MCS will be hosting its 2nd annual Hope Floats Derby Duck Race this summer. Save the date and join us August 16, 2014 at Great Lawn Park for a fun, entertaining, family-friendly event where 5,000 rubber ducks will race to the finish line to compete for our grand prize. The frst duck to cross the finish line will win $2,500! Get involved with the event today through Sponsorship Opportunities, Volunteer Opportunities, and Duck Adoptions!

Hope Floats | August 16, 2014 | Great Lawn Park (Lowry)

Metro Crisis Services is Expanding its Services Statewide!

The state of behavioral healthcare – specifically crisis care– has been at the forefront of Coloradans' minds, from citizens to state lawmakers, for several years. In 2013, legislation was passed to create a comprehensive system of crisis care, including a state-wide crisis hotline and warmline. Metro Crisis Services participated in a highly competitive bid process with several vendors and was selected as the preferred organization to implement Colorado’s hotline and warmline services. On May 1, 2014, the Colorado Department of Human Services finalized its contract with Metro Crisis Services, authorizing its statewide expansion of services.


2014 will be a year of significant growth and change for crisis intervention in Colorado and for Metro Crisis Services as an organization. We invite you to experience the “Metro Crisis Services difference” first hand



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Now, Colorado's mental health and substance abuse treatment providers can help their clients, even on weekends or when they're out-of-office. Click here to learn.

The MCS Crisis Line is a proud provider of the National Suicide Lifeline and is proud to be Accredited with of the American Association of Suicidology.

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