Resources : Support

Connect to a variety of local support groups, including groups helping those with depression or other challenges, addictions, victims of violence, grief, etc.

Second Wind Fund of Metro Denver

The mission of Second Wind Fund of Metro Denver (SWFMD) is to decrease the incidence of teen suicide by removing financial and social barriers to treatment for at-risk youth.

http://www.swfmd.org/

 

 

 

Salvation Army

Denver Family Services, CO: Family Service Center

303-295-3366

2201 Stout Street, Denver, CO

Contact: Jamie Garcia

Providing the following Services and Support:

  • Disaster Services – Disaster Services
  • Domestic Violence Services – Domestic Violence Services
  • Emergency Assistance – Emergency Financial Assistance
  • Emergency Assistance – Emergency Shelter
  • Emergency Assistance – Food & Nutrition Programs
  • Emergency Assistance – Seasonal Services
  • Family Counseling Services – Casework Services
  • Family Counseling Services – Group Work Services
  • Health Services – Clinics Services
  • Housing/Residence Services – Emergency Shelter
  • Older Adult Services – Senior Citizen Clubs
  • Older Adult Services – Visitation Services
  • Worship Center – Worship Services – Children’s / Teen
  • Worship Center – Christian Education
  • Worship Center – Worship Services – Church
  • Worship Center – Worship Services – Sunday School
  • Worship Center – Women’s Ministries
  • Worship Center – Worship Services – Youth Ministries
  • Youth Services – Community Recreation Programs
  • Youth Services – Day Camp Activities

Visit their website for other locations and services:

http://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/www_usn_2.nsf

Location: Denver
Services For: Youth, Adults, Seniors

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

http://www.afsp.org/

Colorado Dept of Public Health & Environment

Office of Suicide Prevention

Injury, Suicide & Violence Prevention Unit
Linking Communities, Building Awareness, Preventing Suicide

http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/pp/suicide/

CDC – Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Injury Prevention & Control

http://www.cdc.gov/ViolencePrevention/suicide/

US Deptartment of Veteran Affairs

http://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/suicide_prevention/

Prevention Organizations

Local Organizations

Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) http://www.sprc.org/stateinformation/statepages/showstate.asp?stateID=6

 

Colorado Dept of Public Health & Environment http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/pp/suicide/

Office of Suicide Prevention – Injury, Suicide & Violence Prevention Unit
Linking Communities, Building Awareness, Preventing Suicide

 

Suicide Prevention Coalition of Coloradohttp://www.suicidepreventioncolorado.org/

Reducing Suicide and its Impact for all Coloradans

The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado works to reduce suicide and its impact for all Coloradans through advocacy, collaboration and education. We work with individuals, suicide prevention, mental health organizations, hospitals, government agencies, universities and schools and more throughout the state.

 

Metro Crisis Services (Denver) http://www.metrocrisisservices.org/

 

Second Wind Fund of Metro Denverhttp://www.swfmd.org/

The mission of Second Wind Fund of Metro Denver (SWFMD) is to decrease the incidence of teen suicide by removing financial and social barriers to treatment for at-risk youth.

 

Carson J Spencer Foundationhttp://carsonjspencer.org

The Carson J Spencer Foundation is a Colorado nonprofit, established in 2005.  We envision a world where leaders and communities are committed to sustaining a passion for life. We sustain a passion for life by:

  • Delivering innovative and effective suicide prevention programs for working-aged people
  • Coaching young leaders to develop social enterprises for mental health promotion and suicide prevention
  • Supporting people bereaved by suicide

 

Working Minds – http://workingminds.org/

The mission is to realize this vision, Working Minds provides tools and networks to workplaces to assist with suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention.  Because the majority of people who complete suicide are of working age, and because workplaces, like schools, are an appropriate and effective venue for addressing the public health issue, Working Minds seeks to engage workplace communities with three strategies:

  1. Establishing a Workplace Suicide Prevention Network: Creating a networking infrastructure that aligns workplaces with suicide prevention, intervention and postvention resources.
  2. Providing State of the Art Training: Increasing suicide prevention capacity in workplaces by offering educational workshops, webinars, and skill building training, including Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) suicide prevention “gatekeeper training.”
  3. Changing the Culture of Suicide Prevention in the Workplace: Through social marketing campaigns (media strategies designed to increase awareness and change attitudes), Working Minds seeks to let people know: suicide affects everyone and we have a shared responsibility to prevent it; it is courageous to ask for help; you (an individual in crisis, a supervisor, a workplace) are not alone – lots of resources exist to help you through a suicide crisis.

 

 

National Organizations

National Suicide Preventionhttp://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

American Foundation for Suicide Preventionhttp://www.afsp.org/

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/suicide-prevention/index.shtml

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)http://www.cdc.gov/ViolencePrevention/suicide/

World Health Organization (WHO) http://www.who.int/mental_health/prevention/suicide/suicideprevent/en/

American Association of Suicidologyhttp://www.suicidology.org/web/guest/home

SAVE – Suicide Awareness Voices of Education – http://www.save.org

US Dept of Veteran Affairs http://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/suicide_prevention/

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration http://www.samhsa.gov/prevention/suicide.aspx

Harvard School of Public Healthhttp://www.hsph.harvard.edu/means-matter/

Mt. Evans Home Health Care & Hospice

303-674-6400

3081 Bergen Peak Drive
Evergreen, CO 80439-2200

http://www.mtevans.org/griefCounseling.htm

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Professionally trained and licensed social workers (MSW’s) offer a comprehensive program to assist family members with grief issues.

The program includes individual counseling, support/educational groups,one-on-one pairings with a trained bereavement volunteer, a bereavement-focused newsletter (Journeys), educational programs for the community, and Camp Comfort, a summer camp for grieving children.

All support group meetings are held at the Mt. Evans Hospice offices, unless otherwise indicated.

Adult Grief Services

Adult Grief Support Group
An eight-week support group for adults who are grieving the death of a loved one. Group members discuss coping styles and share experiences of the grief process. Please call 303-674-6400 for dates and times of the next eight-week group.

Bereaved Spouses Grief Support
A monthly drop-in group for adults who are grieving the death of a spouse. This group meets the second Thursday of every month, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. A light dinner is provided.

Candles Support Group for Parents Who are Grieving the Loss of a Child
A monthly drop-in group for parents who have experienced the death of a child. This group meets the first Tuesday of each month from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

xxx Support Group for Parents Who Have Lost a Spouse
A monthly drop-in group for parents (of children under the age of 20) who have lost a spouse. This group meets the second Wednesday of every month from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and child care is provided.

xxx Support Group for Friends and Family of Suicide Victims
Mt. Evans has joined with Heartbeat, a national suicide survivors organization, to offer a drop-in support group for friends and family members of suicide victims. Third monday of each month, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Individual Counseling and Referral
Mt. Evans’ licensed social workers are trained in grief and loss issues and provide short-term counseling to individuals who are grieving a death. For those needing long-term assistance, our staff can refer you to a specialized professional if necessary.

Bereavement Volunteers
Specially trained volunteers are assigned according to an individual’s specific needs. Volunteers are available by telephone and for home visits, as needed.

“Honoring the Empty Chair”
A seminar for grieving adults who need help in coping with the holidays.

Children’s Grief Services
Camp Comfort
This award-winning weekend bereavement camp is designed to meet the unique needs of children ages 6 to 12 who are grieving the death of a family member or friend. Camp Comfort offers children a supportive environment where they can gain an understanding of grief and loss. Grief workshops are balanced with recreational activities so children feel free to have fun and just be kids. Click here to visit the Camp Comfort web page.

Judi’s House

Judi’s House

http://www.judishouse.org/

Rape Assistance & Awareness Program (RAAP)

24-hour English-speaking hotline 303-322-7273
24-hour Spanish-speaking hotline 303-329-0031

303-329-9922

P.O. Box 18951 | Denver, CO 80218
Deaf and Hard of Hearing hotline 303-329-0023 (staffed 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)

www.raap.org

Sliding Fee Scale: Yes, RAAP does not turn anyone away based on inability to pay for services. Fees for individual and group counseling are based on sliding fee scales. However, RAAP does not require proof of income. The sliding scale for individual counseling ranges from $1-$70 and group counseling is $1-$30. RAAP also accepts Crime Victim Compensation as a method of payment for counseling service. RAAP does not currently accept any health insurance benefits. However, for those clients who want to utilize their insurance based, mental health benefits, RAAP will work to connect them with appropriate referrals.
Insurance Required: No
Psychiatric Counseling Services: No
Counseling Services: Individual and group therapy
Specialization: 16-week adult women’s rape survivor group, 24-week adult women’s childhood sexual abuse (incest) survivor group, Teen group for adolescent females, African American women’s group, Monolingual Spanish-speaking women’s group, English-speaking Latina group.
Notes: Our Rape Crisis Hotlines provide crisis intervention, referrals and information on issues concerning sexual assault and sexual abuse. Other services include Victim Advocacy and Case Management, and a variety of counseling options. RAAP counsels female and male rape and incest survivors who are ages 13 and older throughout Metro-Denver via three offices: downtown Denver, southeast suburbs and north suburbs. Free child care is available at our downtown Denver office and transportation to and from counseling is available for all three offices.

Victims of Abuse & Violence

Mountain Resource Center in Conifer (Serving Jefferson County) – for Battered Woman & Families
Crisis: 303-838-7552 x20
Admin: 303-838-7552

www.mountainresourcecenter.org

Part of the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence information listed below.

 

Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence – for Battered Woman & Families
303-831-9632
1600 Downing Street, Suite 400
Denver, CO 80218
www.ccadv.org

A statewide, grass-roots, non-profit, membership organization which has coordinated services for battered women and their families since 1981. CDVC represents 43 rural and urban domestic violence programs throughout the state.

 

Jefferson County Domestic Violence – Legal Info. and Counseling for Victims of Family Violence

303-420-6752

Legal information and counseling are provided for victims of family violence. Counseling is

provided by volunteer attorneys on divorce issues, restraining orders, court procedures, etc.

Clinic hours are the first and third Wednesdays of every month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. A daily

restraining order clinic is available at the Jefferson County Courthouse.

 

Empowerment Counseling Services, Inc. – for Domestic Violence
303-238-9689

1675 Carr St., #110B
Lakewood, CO 80215

Certified domestic violence program. Evaluation, education, treatment, and alcohol and drug abuse counseling. Sliding fee scale.

 

Family Support Line/Families First – for Family Support

Hotline:  303-695-7996

PO Box 22419
Denver, CO 80222

Focuses on family support and family preservation. Trained advocates help identify problem, create resolution plan, emergency shelter hotline, and provide community resource referrals as needed. Work with parents of children of all ages. Confidential and anonymous service.

 

Family Tree, Inc. – for Adults, Youth & Families
(303) 422-2133
(303) 467-3794 Spanish
3805 Marshall Street, Suite #100
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
www.thefamilytree.org
A private, non-profit agency which provides community-based services for victims of family violence and abuse, youth in crisis, runaways, and families dealing with issues of parental divorce, separation and remarriage.

 

Arvada Counseling Center – for Adults, Youth & Families
Crisis:  303-420-4493
303-420-4494

7850 Vance Dr., #280
Arvada, CO 80003

Provides alcohol & drug counseling, domestic violence classes, anger management classes. Counseling for survivors of sexual assault, child abuse, divorce, and incest. Sliding scale available, victim must bring insurance information with them. Also provides counseling in Longmont.

http://www.arvadacounselingcenter.com/

 

Domestic Violence Initiative – for Women with Disabilities (DVI)
TTY: (720) 913-9921
(720) 913-9260
201 West Colfax Dept. 800
Denver, CO 80202
http://www.vs2000.org/denver/en/resources/services.html
Provides comprehensive domestic violence advocacy to battered women with disabilities through peer support, information and referral, limited emergency services, education, empowerment, and accessibility.

 

Anti-Violence Program – for Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual & Transgendered People
(303) 839-5204
Toll Free 1-888-557-4441
24-Hour Hotline (303) 852-5094
P.O. Box 181085
Denver, CO 80218
www.coavp.org
A project of Equal Rights Colorado, formed to respond to violence against gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people. Provides a 24-Hour hotline to report all incidents of hate crimes, including physical violence and verbal harassment, domestic violence/partner abuse, and anti-gay/lesbian discrimination.

 

WINGS Foundation – for Victims of Incest

303-238-8660

www.wingfund.org

Wings is a non-profit organization that works to break the cycle and heal the wounds of childhood sexual abuse by providing support services, education, and advocacy to adults throughout Colorado. We currently have 16 groups. Thirteen of the groups are women only and one of those is for Spanish speaking women. Three of the groups are men only. We have 2 groups in Colorado Springs, 1 in Aurora, 3 Denver groups, 1 Boulder group, 3 Lakewood groups, 1 Littleton group, 1 Northglenn group that are all for women. We have a S. Denver men’s group, a Lakewood men’s group, and a central Denver men’s group. All of our groups meet weekly for 2 hours at a time.

Notes: To get into a group each person needs to call the number and do a 20 – 30 minute phone intake so that we can see if a support group is a good fit for their needs.

Empowerment Counseling Services, Inc.
PH: 303-238-9689
Crisis Phone: N/A
1675 Carr St., #110B
Lakewood, CO 80215

Certified domestic violence program. Evaluation, education, treatment, and alcohol and drug abuse counseling. Sliding fee scale.

 


Family Support Line/Families First

PH: 303-695-7996
Crisis Phone: N/A
PO Box 22419
Denver, CO 80222

Focuses on family support and family preservation. Trained advocates help identify problem, create resolution plan, emergency shelter hotline, and provide community resource referrals as needed. Work with parents of children of all ages. Confidential and anonymous service.

Alcoholic & Drug Support

Alcoholics Anonymous

24 hr hotline (303) 322-4440

1800 Boulder St. #100
Denver 80211

www.aa.org

 

Narcotics Anonymous

Helpline (303) 832-DRUG (3784)

1290 Williams Street
Denver, CO 80218-2600

http://www.nacolorado.org/denver/

 

Exempla West Pines Hospital Support Groups – for Adults

303-467-4000

3400 Lutheran Pkwy
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-6035

FREE:  Support Groups, including, but not limited to, Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Bi-Polar Mental Health Group, Narcotics Anonymous, Nar-Anon (those living with or supporting those using narcotics), Overeaters Anonymous, and Life Ring (support group for people with addictions with NO faith/religious based topics discussed), and Alanon (those living with or supporting those using alcohol).

www.westpinesrecovery.org

 

Salvation Army – for Alcohol & Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

303-922-4549

Denver Citadel Corps Community Center
4505 W. Alameda Avenue
DENVER, CO

Contact: Lt. Colonel Carolyn Peacock

 

Empowerment Counseling Services, Inc. – for Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling
303-238-9689

1675 Carr St., #110B
Lakewood, CO 80215

Evaluation, education, treatment, and alcohol and drug abuse counseling.

Insurance Required: No
Counseling Services: Individual and group substance abuse treatment
Specialization: Substance abuse treatment, programs for DUI/DWI offenders

 

Arapahoe House – for Alcohol & Substance Abuse Treatment and Detox (Adult Only)
303-424-7765

4643 Wadsworth Blvd.

Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

http://www.arapahoehouse.org/

 

Arvada Counseling Center – for Adults & Children/Youth with Various Support Needs
Crisis: 303-420-4494
303-420-4494

7850 Vance Dr., #280
Arvada, CO 80003

Provides alcohol & drug counseling, domestic violence classes, anger management classes. Counseling for survivors of sexual assault, child abuse, divorce, and incest. Sliding scale available, victim must bring insurance information with them. Also provides counseling in Longmont.

http://www.arvadacounselingcenter.com/

Support Groups & Organizations

For information on Health Care Providers (Emergency & Non-Emergency) – See appropriate section under “Resources” Categories to the left

 

Suicide Prevention & Support

Second Wind Fund of Metro Denver – (303) 988-2645- http://www.swfmd.org/

The mission of Second Wind Fund of Metro Denver (SWFMD) is to decrease the incidence of teen suicide by removing financial and social barriers to treatment for at-risk youth.

 

The Trevor Project – 866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386) – http://www.thetrevorproject.org/

The mission of The Trevor Project is determined to end suicide among LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual & Transgendered Questioning) youth by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including our nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention lifeline, digital community and advocacy/educational programs that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone.

 

TWLOHA – To Write Love on Her Armshttp://www.twloha.com/

 

Safe 2 Tell – 877-542-SAFE (7233) – http://safe2tell.org/

SAFE2TELL is designed to help YOU anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family, or your community.

 

School Safety Research Center (Colorado) http://www.safeschools.state.co.us/

Supporting Safe and Positive Colorado Schools

The mission of the Colorado School Safety Resource Center (CSSRC) is to collaboratively assist local schools and communities to create safe, positive and successful school environments for Colorado students in all pre-K-12 and higher education schools.

The CSSRC provides consultation, resources, training, and technical assistance to foster safe and secure learning environments, positive school climates, and early intervention to prevent crisis situations.

The CSSRC supports schools and local agencies in their efforts to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and crisis situations.

 

Grief Support (Any type of Grief)

Judi’s House – 720-941-0331 – http://www.judishouse.org/

 

College Students

The Jed Foundation http://www.jedfoundation.org/

 

People Prevent Suicidehttp://peoplepreventsuicide.org/

Mental Health Care Support & Support Groups

Jefferson Center for Mental Health – for Adults & Children/Youth

Navigation: 303-432-5130 / Wellness Now!: 303-423-2266

Outpatient Groups – A wide range of support groups for Jefferson Center Clients – Focuses include depression, bipolar, anxiety, co-occurring, women, etc – Call Navigation to have a schedule mailed to you

Wellness Now! – Classes to support general wellness, including meditation, creative expression, stress management, yoga, communication, self-esteem, etc. – Some classes open to community members – Contact Wellness Now!

www.jcmh.org

 

Exempla West Pines Hospital Support Groups – for Adults

303-467-4000

3400 Lutheran Pkwy
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-6035

FREE:  Support Groups, including, but not limited to, Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Bi-Polar Mental Health Group, Narcotics Anonymous, Nar-Anon (those living with or supporting those using narcotics), Overeaters Anonymous, and Life Ring (support group for people with addictions with NO faith/religious based topics discussed), and Alanon (those living with or supporting those using alcohol).

www.westpinesrecovery.org

 

Denver West Mental Health Support Group – for Adults

Contact Carol: 720-235-2582, or carol@denverwestsupportgroup.org

Board Room, Administration Building, Exempla West Pines – 3400 Lutheran Parkway, Wheat Ridge, CO

6:30-8:30pm, every Tuesday.

FREE: Adult (18+ only) support group. Sharing coping skills, knowledge, and individual life experiences to help make living with mood disorders a little easier. Confidential, peer-supported environment.

www.denverwestsupportgroup.org/index.html

 

EMPOWER COLORADO – for Families with Children/Youth

1-866-213-4631

Support, education, advocacy and resources to families with children and youth who have social, emotional, or mental health challenges.

Most groups offer free child care or a children’s program

Littleton: littleton@empowercolorado.com.   First and Third, Thurs, 7-9pm, Highlands Behavioral Health, 8565 S. Poplar Way Thornton: 303-594-4890, adams@empowercolorado.com

Third Monday, 6-8pm, Rainbow Center, 2140 E 88th Ave

www.empowercolorado.com

 

Bipolar Support

www.bipolarsupport.org


Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) – for Adults

National site: www.dbsalliance.org

National organization providing information, meetings and on-line support

Downtown Denver: 303-329-3364, www.beyondbipolar.com

3rd Thurs of month, 7pm, Messiah Lutheran Church, 1750 Colorado Blvd, Denver (across from Museum of Nature & Science – park on east side).  Just show up, no registration necessary

Northglenn: 303-584-1957, www.northstardbsa.com

 

Depression/Bipolar Recovery Group of Midtown Denver – for Adults

Meetings: Meet the fourth Thursday of each month at 7pm in Denver, at the Messiah Lutheran Church, 1750 Colorado Blvd (across from the museum of nature and science – parking on east side of church). Just show up, no registration necessary.

www.beyondbipolar.com


Depression Drop-In Support Group – for Adults
Contact Information: 303-871-2801 (recorded information) or 303-871-3626

Run by Professional Psychology Center, University of Denver, graduate students

FREE:  First and Third, Tuesdays of the month, 6:30pm – 8pm.

Amy Hyde Building, 2460 S. Vine, Room 12, University of Denver

 

Depression Tribe

On-line information, support and forums

www.depressiontribe.com

 

Recovery Inc. – for Adults

303-458-7680

Email: 30_@recovery-inc.org

National organization with meetings nationwide and on-line

West Metro: Mon, 1pm at First Presbyterian, 8210 W 10th Ave (at Brentwood)

Structured meetings teach and support the use of Recovery International skills

Goal is to manage symptoms that impair the ability to live a normal life: ie. Anger, Anxiety, ADHD, Bipolar, Borderline PD, Compulsions, Conflict, Depression, Low Self Worth, Fears, Insomnia, Obsessions, Panic Attacks, Schizophrenia, Social anxiety, Suicidal Ideation, Stress, etc.

Groups are walk-in (can bring a friend or relative for support)

No required fees, but a voluntary collection is taken at every meeting

www.recovery-inc.org


Strength of Us – for Young Adults (Ages 18-26)

This website is geared towards young adults, ages 18-26, who are living with mental illness as well as those who want to learn more about mental health or how to support their friends or family members living with a mental illness. Young adults with shared interests and concerns, and those seeking information, are able to connect with one another and their local communities. The website enables youth to create a profile and communicate with each other within a safe and secure environment. There is also information and resources available on topics pertaining to mental health and transition-age issues.

www.strengthofus.org

Jewish Family Services

(303) 597.7777 

Denver Office: Joyce and Kal Zeff Building
3201 South Tamarac Drive, Denver, CO 80231

email: counseling@jewishfamilyservice.org

Sliding Fee Scale: Yes, based on income, also accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid.
Psychiatric Counseling Services: Yes
Counseling Services: Individuals, couples therapy
Specialization: Anxiety, depression, grief, and trauma. Anger, Parenting, Physical/sexual abuse, Marriage and divorce, Self-esteem, School/work issues, Aging, Communication, Relationships, Caretaking, Vocational support, Housing assistance.
Groups: Caregiver Education/Support Group for Members of the GLBT Community, Couples marriage counseling, support for families with a loved one with mental illness, support groups for individuals with chronic illness.

www.jewishfamilyservice.org

Location: Denver
Insurance Required? No
Sliding Scale Costs? Yes
Services For: Youth, Adults, Seniors

Exempla West Pines Behavioral Health

(303) 467-4000

3400 Lutheran Pkwy
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-6035

Psychiatric Counseling Services: Yes – To be admitted for treatment or services, you must visit the Exempla Lutheran Emergency Room to meet with a Clinician from Exempla West Pines for an assessment.  This then helps to see what course of action can be taken and what type of services can be offered.  There is an intensive drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that is for those self-admitting and then a person would go directly to West Pines Hospital.
Counseling Services: Crisis management, inpatient services, outpatient, individual and group therapy
Specialization: Emergency mental health care, psychiatric intensive care, residential and day treatment programs.
Notes: Free Support Groups, including, but not limited to, Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Bi-Polar Mental Health Group, Narcotics Anonymous, Nar-Anon (those living with or supporting those using narcotics), Overeaters Anonymous, and Life Ring ( support group for people with addictions with NO faith/religious based topics discussed), and Alanon (those living with or supporting those using alcohol).

www.westpinesrecovery.org

Location: Wheat Ridge
Insurance Required? Yes
Services For: Youth, Adults, Seniors