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The Colorado Spirit Program is funded by a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) with oversight by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Colorado Spirit counselors are trained to provide support around the stress and disruption the pandemic is causing for us all. *Counselors can be a listening ear, a connection to resources, or a coach around coping skills.
Free services Colorado Spirit provides:
- Individual Support – Support around feelings of worry, sadness, hopelessness, or even anger that life during the pandemic brings up. We help individuals understand their reactions, manage stress, improve coping strategies, review their options, and connect with others who may assist them.
- Group Support – Group sessions led by trained counselors who offer skills to help group members cope with their situations and reactions.
- Public Education Sessions – Information and education about typical reactions, helpful coping strategies, and available resources.
- Community Networking and Support – Relationship building with community resource organizations, faith-based groups, and local agencies.
- Connection to Resources – Assistance to determine if what resources might be helpful and support in connecting with services in the community.
Learn more about the program’s mission and services in SAMHSA’s CCP Brochure.
Not sure what would help? Contact us and let’s talk. 303-730-8858
Support comes in many forms.
Here are some resources we find helpful:
From The Blog
Statement on East High School Tragedy
As gun violence continues to plague the country, we find ourselves processing yet another tragedy in our Colorado community. We extend our heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, staff, and...Read More >
Colorado Spirit Care Clips
Self Care Resources That We Find Helpful
If you have questions about any of our services, how to access these services, or how things have changed, please call our main number at 303-730-8858.