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Mental Wellness & Addiction Recovery

Crisis Resources

* Please Note: This list is not comprehensive, and some items may need updating at certain times. Please ALWAYS refer to 911 or the Colorado Crisis Services Hotline (1-844-493-TALK) for referrals.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call 911. Below are additional immediate care resources you can access by telephone or text, in person (walk in crisis centers), and with on-scene response: 

BY PHONE (always call 911 if needed):

  • Colorado Crisis Services 844-493-TALK (8255)

24/7/365 support line for anyone affected by a mental health, substance use, or emotional crisis. All calls are connected to a mental health professional, who will provide immediate support and connections to further resources.

  • National Suicide Prevention: 988 or 800-273-8255
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673


  • Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
  • Colorado Crisis Services: Text TALK to 38255


  • Boulder County Crisis Walk-In Center.  Mental Health Partners provides a 24/7/365 Walk-In Center at 3180 Airport Road in Boulder for immediate help with a mental health crisis. Anyone may use this center. You do not need to be an area resident or client. A variety of insurances are accepted, including Medicaid, and no one is denied services due to inability to pay. You can call the number below or simply walk in for immediate help.

Phone: 24/7 Crisis: 1-844-493-TALK (8255), Registration: 303-447-1665


Address: 3180 Airport Road, Boulder, CO 80301

Hours: Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year

  • Larimer County Crisis Mental Health Services.  For those in Larimer County, Summit Stone offers mobile crisis response (on scene and in home 24/7/365 days a year), behavioral urgent care (365 days a year from 8:00 am to 12:00 am), and a crisis stabilization unit (for those needing admittance for intensive behavioral health for up to 5 days). For more information on each of these services, visit this website:

Address: Fort Collins, Laramie Walk-In Crisis Center: 200 West Oak Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521

  • Boulder Community Health Hospital If you or someone you know does not feel safe or is in crisis, visit the Foothills Hospital Emergency Department for a voluntary psychiatric evaluation, available 24/7, 365 days a year. Licensed professionals will complete a comprehensive assessment and ensure all people are referred to the appropriate providers and level of care. 

Walk in Address: 4747 Arapahoe Ave Boulder, CO 80303

Phone: 303-415-7778 or 303-415-8621


  • Boulder County Co-Responder Program The Boulder County Co-Responder program is a clinically trained team that works directly with law enforcement on calls that involve mental health or substance use crises in Lyons and unincorporated Boulder County. Co-Responders work 7 days a week, from noon until 8:00 pm (call 911 after these hours.) A Co-Responder will respond to in-home calls and on-scene calls.

Contact: Call 911 and request a Co-Responder to respond. 

If you have questions about this service, email your Lyons Co-Responder, Lynette Anderson, at, or call at 720-822-0249.

General Boulder County Co-Responder email:

  • Larimer County Summit Stone Mobile Crisis Unit Provides community-based crisis intervention/ response to emergencies, screening and assessment, and brief intensive crisis interventions for all of Larimer County. Service is on scene if persons are unable to walk into the clinic.

Contact: Call SummitStone at (970) 494-4200 Ext. 4 or the Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-TALK (8255) any time, day or night. Calls are taken 24/7 – 365 days a year.

Walk In: 1217 Riverside, Fort Collins, CO (8:00 am to midnight.)

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