CASA of Adams Broomfield

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Mental Health

Community Support

Aurora Mental Health

Aurora Mental Health Center is committed to helping everyone in our care live a full and rewarding life, free of the debilitating effects of mental illness.  We do this by providing quality preventative education, the right clinical care when needed, and by teaching coping and life management skills that enable people in all circumstances to control their attitudes, emotions, behaviors, and their lives. Click here to learn more!


Community Reach Center

Community Reach Center is a top-tier mental health provider in the northern metro-Denver area.  Community Reach serves all ages, from the youngest infant to the most senior citizen. All counseling services and therapeutic support groups are provided in a confidential and supportive atmosphere, with the goal of empowering you to live productively, independently, and improve the quality of your life.  Bilingual services are always available upon request. Click here to learn more!    


Denver Children's Advocacy Center

The Denver Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) provides a continuum of care for traumatized children and their families. DCAC serves children who have been sexually abused or traumatized by witnessing homicide or
extreme acts of violence.


Reaching HOPE

Reaching HOPE provides compassionate mental health services that support trauma survivors in ending the intergenerational cycle of violence. Reaching HOPE supports children, adults, and families in healing from interpersonal trauma through Outreach to those currently impacted, Prevention efforts for those at risk, and Empowerment of those making the journey from victim to survivor. Click here to learn more!    


Colorado Crisis Services

Community Crisis Connection is part of Colorado’s statewide crisis system - “Colorado Crisis Services” - which makes behavioral health
crisis care accessible for Coloradans of all ages. Information EnglishInformación Español


Mental Health Toolkits

The following resources are toolkits for helping kids and families live happy, healthy lives. 


Informative Resource

The resources below are some informative resources, so you can learn more about mental health issues to make you the best CASA you can be. 


Suicide and Mental Health Hotlines

Emergency Situation 911 

1-800-784-2433 Treatment Advocacy Center 

1-800-273-8255 Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

1-866-488-7386 The Trevor Project


For questions about Mental Health or Resources in the community, please contact Program Director, Vickie Ricord at