On August 12, 2014, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper announced the launch of the statewide mental health crisis line, the Colorado Crisis and Support Line. You can read the press release here and get more information on the CCSL and other resources here. If you or anyone you know needs someone to talk to you can call the Colorado Crisis and Support Line at 844-493-TALK(8255).
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.
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)
On August 29, 2014, Metro Crisis Services officially became Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners. The decision to change our name was born from a desire to accurately reflect the breadth of our programs and service area, as well as the magnitude of statewide expansion as the provider of the Colorado Crisis Support Line.
Website updates and changes are underway. Please check back often.
Colorado Crisis Support Line.
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 844.493.TALK (8255). 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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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
Do you have a story you would like to share about your experience with RMCP? Share Your Story here and become a source of hope for others in our community.
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.
Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners 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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