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Access to proper mental health treatment services is important to us, and something we strive to improve throughout Colorado. We maintain a list of community resources such as counseling, support groups, substance abuse treatment, suicide prevention, housing, educational services for children with mental health issues, and national professional organizations. Resources are listed by method of payment and location, many are on a sliding scale fee basis. It is always a good idea to call the agency to confirm fees and services. Bilingual services are available at some agencies.

How do I Choose a Licensed Professional?

For more information about services in your area please use the list below, or call 720-208-2220, toll free 800-456-3249.
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Suicide Hotline
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Preparing the answers to the following questions
before calling our office will help us to help you more efficiently:

  • Do you have health insurance?  Mental Health Insurance Parity Information (PDF)
  • If you do, have you contacted your insurance company to inquire about mental health benefits?
  • Are you currently being seen by a therapist, psychiatrist, general practitioner, etc.?
  • What other agencies have you contacted?
  • Are you able to pay out-of-pocket?
  • County of residence?
  • Do you have transportation issues? Can you get to locations some distance away from where you live?  

Fee for Service Rates Apply

Sliding Fee Scale - Based on Income 

School based services and Support Groups are now located in the Resource Database

 

Email us If you wish to be included in this list.

 SLIDING FEE SCALE - Based on Income

Access Counseling
Uses professionally trained and supervised community volunteers and masters level interns to provide counseling to adults. Clients discuss their problems, develop problem-solving, and decision-making skills and learn about personal and community resources available to them.

Sliding scale fee starting at $8
1534 55th Street, Boulder, CO 80303
By appointment: 303-449-7898 x105


Arapahoe House
Community-based non-profit organization committed to the provision of accessible, affordable, and effective services to adolescents and families affected by alcohol, drugs, and other behavioral health problems.

Sliding scale fee
2600 S. Parker Road, #330, Aurora, CO 80014
55 W. 5th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
720 W. 84th Avenue, #224, Thornton, CO 80260-4912
Monday - Friday, Hours vary by clinic
Phone: 303-657-3700



Aspen Counseling Center

Offers evaluation and treatment services for children, adolescents, and young adults and seniors who are experiencing one or more of the following: academic failure, ADHD, defiant behavior, legal problems, drug and/or alcohol abuse, or depressive or suicidal behavior. Individual and group therapy sessions are offered. Anger management, self-discipline training, and values clarification sessions are available.

Sliding fee scale. Most insurance accepted.
2250 S. Albion Street, Denver, CO 80222
Phone: 303-756-5400



Centus Counseling Center

Interfaith health care network providing counseling for individuals, groups, couples, children and adolescents for substance abuse, relationships, depression, anxiety, abuse and trauma. Educational workshops on grief and loss, parenting, depression and marital relations.

Insurance accepted and fee adjustments available based on personal financial need and available funding
Locations in Aurora, Boulder, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton, Longmont and Westminster
Phone: 303-639-5240



CU-Boulder Raimy Clinic

Provides individual and child therapy, couples therapy, and psychological testing (by referral). All psychological services are provided by therapists in training in the clinical psychology Ph.D program.

Sliding scale fee up to $70 per hour
Campus Box 345, Boulder, CO 80309-0345
Monday - Friday, 8am - 8pm
Phone: 303-492-6351



Catholic Charities Family Center

Outpatient counseling from age 4 and older, crisis intervention for school emergencies, on-site counseling intervention, and pregnancy counseling.

Sliding Fee Scale: Based on family income; Insurance also accepted
Offices in Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Lakewood, Longmont and Thornton
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
Phone: 303-742-0828
  Ask for counseling intake; can schedule evening and daytime appointments



Colorado Counseling Professionals

Offers individual, family, marital, and group therapy for persons of all ages.

$70 per hour; some scholarships and sliding scale fee are available. Medicare accepted
9101 Harlan Street, #135, Westminster, CO 80031
Monday - Friday, 8am - 9pm; Saturday, Sunday by appointment
Phone: 303-430-4010



Comitis Crisis Center, Inc.

Inpatient and outpatient counseling for individuals, couples, groups, and families, twenty-four hour crisis service is available to anyone in need. Focus on troubled youth and their families.

Sliding scale fee or donations; no one turned away
9840 E. 17th Avenue, Aurora, CO 80010
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Administration Phone: 303-341-9160
24-Hour Hotline: 303-343-9890



Confluence Counseling

Offers licensed professional counseling and psychotherapy and certified addictions counseling Level III.

Sliding scale fee
P.O. Box 100431, Denver, CO 80250
Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm; evenings by appointment
Phone: 303-832-5333



Counseling and Educational Services Clinic

The clinic provides a community service for adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families with career, personal, family, educational, and other life concerns. The clinic offers assessment, counseling, consultation, support and therapy groups, and referrals to other community services when appropriate.

Areas addressed are: relationship issues (trust, spirituality, parenting strategies and skills, communication, conflict management, assertiveness/anger), stress management (anxiety and panic, depression, drug and alcohol use, eating problems, recovery from trauma, self-confidence/esteem); life changes (career decisions/change, family changes, friendship and support, grief and loss, work issues)

Doctoral and masters students supervised by doctoral level psychologists
Sliding Fee Scale: $5 for first assessment session regardless of income
Monday-Thursday 5pm-8:30pm
Phone: 303-871-2528



The Counseling and Family Therapy Center – CU Denver Student Counseling Center
Psychiatric care and consultation, individual, couples, family and group counseling, co-dependency, depression, life change issues, relationship issues, stress management, grief and loss, divorce, divorce adjustment

Professional psychotherapists, advances graduate-level students
Sliding Fee Scale: $1-$35 per session
Monday-Thursday 1pm-8pm; Friday 9am-3pm
Phone: 303-556-4372


Christian Counseling Clinic – Denver Seminary
Short term, biblically based counseling for adults, adolescents and children

Graduate Denver Seminary counseling students supervised by qualified therapists
Sliding Fee Scale: $0-$5 per session
Phone: 303-761-2482 - Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Phone: 303-753-8641 - Monday-Thursday 6pm-9pm
Phone: 303-753-8671
- Saturdays 9am-4pm



Family Tree

Fees vary according to service provided: $0 – sliding fee scale
3805 Marshall Street #100, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Monday-Sunday 8:30am-8pm
Phone: 303-422-2133
Spanish Information & Referral (en espanol): 303-467-3794 x9012



Jewish Family Service of Colorado
-Counseling Center
Human service and resource agency which provides comprehensive professional assistance consistent with Jewish traditions, values and culture to the Jewish community and the community at large.

Counseling Center programs and services are available to all, regardless of race, religious affiliation, gender, age, or sexual orientation. Assistance in the areas of: stress, anxiety, depression, grief, marital problems, divorce, ADD, bipolar disorder, communication problems, anger management, self-esteem issues, family relationships, parenting, conflict resolution, school and work issues, physical/sexual abuse, and aging issues.

Hosts a support group for:
Families with an adult child with serious mental illness:
303-597-5000 x 3007
People dealing with death, grief, chronic illness or caregiving challenges 303-597-7777, ext. 351

Sliding Fee Scale: Based on income; accepts most insurance plans, including Medicaid
3201 S. Tamarac Drive, Denver, CO 80231
Phone: 303-597-7777 or 303-597-5000



MDS Counseling Center

Individual, group, family, relationship/marital counseling, psychotherapy, depression, anxiety, addiction, eating disorders, support groups, domestic violence

Children First – school-based outreach program

Survivors’ Mental Health Program – individual, group, crisis intervention, case management

Sliding Fee Scale: according to gross income; insurance accepted
1355 S. Colorado Blvd, #C-100, Denver, CO 80222
Monday-Friday 8am-8pm; some Saturday appts.
Phone: 303-756-9052



The Men’s Center

Private mental health clinic offering clinical individual therapy services, including psychotherapy groups for men and women, parenting groups, domestic violence groups, substance abuse services (Level I), and a dual diagnosis group (Level 2).

Sliding scale fee
4251 Kipling Street, #355, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Monday - Friday, 8am - 9pm
Phone: 303-420-7322



Professional Psychology Center
– University of Denver
Short and long term therapy, court ordered counseling, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, anger management, eating disorders, sexual identity, sexual dysfunction

Doctoral students supervised by licensed professionals
Sliding Fee Scale: Based on household income - No visit limitations
Monday-Thursday 8:30am-8:30pm; Friday 8:30am-2:30pm
Phone: 303-871-3626



Serenity Counseling
Offers individual counseling to persons in the metro Denver area. Services include: women's issues, career issues, men's issues, children and adolescent counseling, grief, loss, spirituality, drug and alcoholism, marriage, relationships, pre-marriage, and parenting issues. Also provides clinical hypnosis for smoking, weight loss, stress, anxiety, and depression.

Sliding scale fee
2255 S. Wadsworth Boulevard, #G3, Lakewood, CO 80227
By appointment only: 303-670-1728

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 FEE FOR SERVICE - Rates Vary

Addictions Awareness Services – Labor’s Community Agency
Alcohol, drug, and other addiction awareness classes are offered to persons living in the metro Denver area. Also offers information and referral to local human service agencies. Offers individual, family, and group counseling.

$35 per course
7510 W. Mississippi Avenue, Lakewood, CO 80226
Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5pm
Phone: 303-744-6169


Affordable Counseling Connection
Referral network for skilled and compassionate therapists who provide affordable sliding-scale services to persons in the Denver metro area. Counselors specializing in relationships, drug and alcohol recovery, family concerns, trauma and abuse issues, and a wide vaiety of personal growth issues. Receives referrals from mental health centers, universities, hospitals, and most importantly, from friends and families of our satisfied customers.

First Session: $40  /  Income-Based Sliding Scale: $40-$75
PO Box 754, Wheatridge, CO 80034
9 different locations throughout the metro Denver area
Phone: 303-295-3326


Arvada Counseling Center
Licensed alcohol and other drug services, certified domestic violence treatment program, licensed clinical social work, mental health, and marital and family therapy services are offered to improve the personal and social functioning of clients. Serves adults, adolescents, children, and their families. Offers group therapies.

Call to schedule an appointment. Face-to-face, forms, and testing accomplished in first session.
Monday - Thursday 9am - 8pm; Friday 10am - 6pm
Phone: 303-420-4494 Main Number
           303-420-4493 Alternate Number


Denver Family Institute
Clinics offer counseling/therapy families, couples, and individuals. Therapists are experienced master-level clinicians and are prepared to help with problems such as child and adolescent issues, school performance and behavior, depression, loss, grief, couple communications, etc.

$20 to $50, no insurance is taken
7200 East Hampden Ave, #301, Denver, CO 80224
Monday - Friday, 8am - 8pm, by appointment - some Saturday mornings by appointment
Phone: 303-756-3340

North Clinic
4891 Independence, Wheatridge, CO 80033
Phone: 303-238-1231


Denver Health Medical Center Behavioral Health Clinic
Psychiatric evaluations, minimal outpatient services.

$30 for intake assessment; Fee for Service; Colorado Access; Medicaid
Walk-in clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays only; arrive no later than 7:30am
Phone: 303-436-6393


Denver Vet Center
Counseling is provided to veterans and their families living in the metro Denver area. Counseling services include individual, group, and marital/family counseling, as well as alcohol and drug abuse counseling and referral. Also provides counseling for trauma-related post-trauma stress disorder and counseling for veterans who have experienced acts of sexual violence or harassment while on active duty.

Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm; evenings by appointment
7465 E. First Avenue, B-383, Denver, CO 80230
Phone: 303-326-0645


Jackson Place Counseling Group
Serves at-risk populations experiencing emotional and interpersonal problems. Offers individual, couple, and family counseling, specializing in working with gay and lesbian relationships, developmental disabilities, victims of childhood emotional and sexual abuse, and adult relationship conflict.

Sliding scale fee starting at $40 per hour
682 Grant Street, Denver, CO 80203
Monday - Friday, 8am - 8pm; Saturday, 8am - 5pm
Phone: 303-832-1500


>>>Lutheran Family Services of Colorado
Adoption, pregnancy counseling, family preservation, foster care, refugee and asylee services, senior outreach, fostering family strengths
Metro Denver Office
363 S. Harlan #200
Denver, CO 80226
Phone: 303-922-3433
 Denver Refugee and Asylee Services
1075 S. Yukon Street, #200
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: 303-980-5400
 Fort Collins
3800 Automation Way, #200
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Phone: 970-266-1788

 Colorado Springs
108 East St. Vrain Street, #21
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: 719-227-7571

 Colorado Springs Refugee and Asylee Services
First Lutheran Church
1515 North Cascade
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Phone: 719-473-9161
 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 


People House, Inc.
Individual, couples, family, and group counseling services are offered. Services for depression, anxiety/phobias, anger management, conflict resolution, grief, self-esteem, relationship skills, trauma recovery, assertiveness training, sexual abuse, substance abuse, eating disorders and career counseling.

Fees vary depending on counseling
3035 W. 25th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211
Monday - Friday, 1pm - 5pm
Phone: 303-480-5130


Progressive Therapy Systems, P.C. Provides therapy for persons who are experiencing difficulties due to loss and grief, life transition issues, coping with illness, and marital and parenting problems. Services include individual, couples, and group psychotherapy.

$70 per hour; $40 per hour for group therapy
758 Sherman Street, Denver, CO 80203
Monday - Friday, 8am - 6pm
Phone: 303-831-9344



Psychological Services for the Non-Native English Speaker
Psychological and neuropsychological testing, forensic testing, bilingual psychotherapy, bilingual cognitive testing, bilingual educational testing, treatment for learning disabilities, second opinions on cases involving non-native English speakers

David G. Mirich, PhD (Licensed School Psychologist)
Phone: 303-813-0794


Senior Support Services
Serves seniors by advising and enabling them and their families to resolve problems or to relieve stresses they may encounter. Services include assistance with interview or discussions or lending a sympathetic ear in individual or group settings. Professional counseling volunteers in the center 1 time a week. Will serve homebound seniors living in the area bounded by I-25, Downing Street, 32nd Avenue, and 6th Avenue.

Seniors age 55 and older and their families; proof of residency required for homebound seniors.
Monday - Friday, 8am - 8pm; Sunday, 10am - 4pm
846 E. 18th Avenue, Denver, CO 80218
Phone: 303-832-1622


Southwest Family Services
Offers substance abuse counseling with programs for adolescents and DUI/DWI offenders.

1800 Sheridan Blvd. #303, Denver, CO 80232
Phone: 303-936-1790




University of Colorado Hospital Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic
Child and adult outpatient clinic – general psychiatric clinic treatment for common ambulatory psychiatric problems

Psychiatric services in the areas of anxiety, depression, individual, family, couple and group treatment, medication consultation and treatment

Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and self pay accepted.
4455 E. 12th Ave., Denver, CO 80220
Monday-Friday
Phone: 303-724-1000

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