Updated: May 22, 2020
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:
Feeling anxious? Not sleeping well? Feeling hopeless? Mis-using substances? Experiencing strained relationships? Give our Warm Line a call at 303-280-6602. Mental health professionals are available to talk, listen, lend support and facilitate referrals to other programs that can help build your coping skills and bolster resiliency.
The Warm Line is not intended for crisis intervention. Anyone feeling unsafe or suicidal should call Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255, text 38255, or visit the Behavioral Health Urgent Care Center at 2551 W. 84th Avenue in Westminster. Therapists and peer specialists are standing by to provide you and your family with compassion, support and helpful resources.
Community Reach Center’s COVID-19 Heroes Program is designed specifically to serve healthcare workers during the pandemic. Any healthcare worker who lives or works in Adams or Broomfield counties can receive up to six counseling sessions free of charge. After initial evaluation, counseling sessions will be provided via telehealth.
We encourage any healthcare professional who lives or works in Adams or Broomfield counties to give us a call on the Warm Line at 303-280-6602 for support and also take advantage of the six free counseling sessions. It’s our way of helping to safeguard their mental wellness so that they are better equipped to care for their patients and our community.
- Most outpatient therapy has migrated to telehealth. Outpatient offices located in Broomfield and Commerce City are temporarily closed.
- Outpatient offices located in Brighton, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster are providing on-site clinical services in addition to telehealth on a modified schedule.
- New clients will continue to receive 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. Staff are employing all social distancing and personal protection practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control.
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 your 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 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. We’re here for you. We’ll get through this together. For more information call 303-853-3500. Remember that asking for help is a sign of personal strength, not weakness.
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. To obtain the latest information about COVID-19, please visit www.cdc.gov.