There are many places where you can get help. On this page you’ll find two websites that will help you with your search. We recommend starting with OwnPath.
If you’re on parole, you can contact the parole mental health clinician.
Carly Lembke is the Parole Mental Health Clinician for the Denver metro area. Her work involves connecting individuals on parole with providers in the community. If you have been discharged from treatment or stopped going to treatment or if you want/need to get re-connected with a provider please reach out to Carly at 303.763.2420 ext. 2446.More Info
DetoxLocal.com was created as a go-to resource for those struggling with addiction and substance abuse related disorders. Their goal is to offer their users the ability to find a detox center to them, without having to sift through sponsored listings. They have resources on withdrawal timelines and recovery guides. They have listed detox centers all around the country.More Info
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) collects information on thousands of state-licensed providers who specialize in treating substance use disorders, addiction, and mental illness and provides this list on FindTreatment.gov. Click on the website and enter your zip code to see their list.More Info
Are you or is someone you love a Medicaid member who has been told services from a provider are only accessible if you get all your mental health services from them? Medicaid members are guaranteed choice in who they see for mental health services. Click on the pdf link below to learn more. Provide by Mental Health Colorado.More Info
If you're on Medicaid and seeking outpatient mental health care, you have a right to receive an appointment within seven days after you ask for care. Click on the pdf link below to learn more about your rights. Provided by Mental Health Colorado.More Info
Live Another Day has a great collection of resources for QTBIPOC people. They have vetted treatment providers all over the country. They offer a multitude of services spanning from mental health, substance abuse, and so much more. They look into intersectionalities of identities whether it be race, ethnicity, occupations, gender identity, queer community members, and even nutrition! They also offer recovery resource guides which is intended to give as many avenues for connection and growth in recovery as possible. These specific guides are designed to provide population or demographic-specific resources that can address the particular needs of different individuals from all kinds of backgrounds.More Info
OwnPath.co is a new website that will help you find behavioral health care anywhere in Colorado. Click on the link below and type in your zip code. You can also answer several questions for their "guided" search.More Info
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