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COVID-19 threatens not only our physical health but our mental health. From the fear of getting the virus, to the economic consequences of layoffs, to the lack of physical contact with our friends and family due to social distancing, this virus is taking a toll on ALL of us. Luckily, mental health providers in Denver and across the state are offering virtual therapy so you can get treatment from home. Text and chat lines are also available. Please consider your mental health at this scary time, and reach out to those around you.
Mental Health Providers
  • The Validation station is a free text service which sends daily support to isolated trans people: click here

  • Resources from Mental Health Colorado for those struggling with mental health or substance use challenges: click here

    • Mental Health Colorado is also currently providing services through telemental health and are accepting new clients. If you are interested in receiving services, please call (303) 504-7900.​

  • Maria Droste Counseling Center providers can connect virtually with clients: click here

  • Denver Metro Counseling is providing online therapy: click here

  • Open Path therapy with reduced rate options: click here

  • Denver Therapy Match - search for Denver providers here

  • Psychology Today - search for statewide providers here

Text and Chat Lines
  • Colorado Crisis Services: if you are more seriously concerned about your own mental health or that of someone close to you, call 1-844-493-8255 or text "TALK" to 38255.

  • National Crisis Text Line: text SHARE to 741741 to connect with a free, confidential, and 24/7 crisis counselor.

Managing Mental Health & Self Care Tips

  • Just Breathe: How to Manage Your Mental Health During a Global Crisis by Daliah Singer: click here

  • Self-care ​Guide to Healing from Online Harassment, by Hollaback!: click here

Last updated on Tuesday, May 12th