Community Reach Center provides medication services for adults and children at all of its outpatient offices and residential treatment facilities. For both children and adults, if your Treatment Plan includes medication, you will see your psychiatrist at least once every three months to assess symptom improvement and make sure the medication is working for you. If you are ever experiencing undesirable side effects, changes in symptoms, or have any other concerns regarding your medication, consult with a nurse through the Nurse Help Line. If a nurse is unavailable to take your call, please leave a message and your call will be returned by the nurse within 24 business hours. Nurse Help Line (303) 853-3517.
For your safety, Community Reach Center only gives medication prescriptions to our new clients after they have visited with a Community Reach Center psychiatrist.
We are unable to provide any prescriptions for you until you meet with your psychiatrist. If you are going to run out of medications prior to your first appointment, please contact your previous prescriber for refills or see your primary care physician
If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.
For non-life-threatening psychiatric emergencies, please call the 24/7/365 Colorado Crisis Services line toll free at 1-844-493-8255.