Updated: April 8, 2020
Community Reach Center will be implementing further modifications to service delivery to ensure staff and client safety and wellness amidst the pandemic, beginning April 13. Based on daily updates from State and local public health agencies regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are proud to report that we are meeting all expectations for delivering the essential behavioral and pediatric health care services.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Most outpatient therapy will be migrated to Telehealth. Outpatient offices located in Broomfield, Commerce City, Northglenn and Westminster will be temporarily closed until Colorado’s stay-at-home order is lifted.
- New clients will continue to be offered intake assessments in-person at Community Reach Center’s Thornton and Brighton locations and will be screened at the door for flu-like symptoms prior to entrance.
Thornton Intake Location|8989 Huron St., Thornton, CO
Hours: 8am-2pm Monday through Friday
Brighton Intake Location|1850 E. Egbert St., 2nd Fl, Brighton, CO
Hours: 8am-12pm Tuesday
Our Behavioral Health Urgent Care and Detox Center remain open and operational to meet community needs 24/7. All visitors will be screened at the door for flu-like symptoms. Visitors with symptoms will be directed back home to seek follow up with their medical provider and will receive a phone call from Community Reach Center staff for support and follow up.
School-based therapists serving all Adams County school districts and the Day Treatment Program in Northglenn will continue to serve their young clients and families via Telehealth and remote learning Our community-based teams have and will continue providing support via Telehealth and using the modified outpatient locations if/when needed.
On behalf of the dedicated mental health professionals at Community Reach Center, our priority continues to be your health and wellness. We are here for anyone who needs support for their behavioral health and promise you the same evidence-based, trauma-informed, person-centered care you have come to expect from Community Reach Center.
If you’re feeling anxious, depressed, unstable, unsafe or are relying on unhealthy coping strategies like alcohol and drugs, call Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255 or text 38255 to talk to a therapist or peer specialist 24/7. Also visit Behavioral Health Urgent Care at 2551 W. 84th Ave. in Westminster 24/7. Therapists and peer specialists are standing by to provide you and your family with compassion, support and helpful resources. Remember that asking for help is a sign of personal strength, not weakness.
Call 303.853.3500 for further information or visit www.CommunityReachCenter.org
We’re here for you. We’ll get through this together.
Community Reach Center urges the public to practice the basics:
- Stay home when you are sick.
- Wash your hands frequently with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds.
- Cover your mouth with tissues whenever you sneeze, and discard used tissues in the trash.
- If a tissue isn't available, cough or sneeze into the crook of your elbow, not into your hands
- Avoid people who are sick with respiratory symptoms.
- Clean frequently touched surfaces.
People with concerns about flu-like symptoms may call the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment C-HELP line at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911, for answers in many languages and for screening options. There are numerous places to obtain general information about COVID-19. Please visit www.cdc.gov.
For more information call our main office at 303-853-3500. For urgent behavioral health support, call Colorado Crisis Services 24/7 at 1-844-493-8255 or text 38255.