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Let's Talk

Mental illness and addiction are treatable.

Let’s Talk is a stigma-reduction media campaign that was modified to raise awareness that mental illness and addiction are treatable conditions that can be improved. The campaign message states, “Let’s talk, let’s listen, let’s break the stigma” and is meant to encourage people to be more conscious of sharing their feelings, listening to others, and understanding the high prevalence of mental illness and substance use disorders. In Weld County, 1 in 5 people identify with these conditions and state that stigma is a serious concern in reaching out for support. For resources about talking, listening, or seeking help, please review the resources below available in Weld County.

Crisis Information

In case of an emergency, call 911.

Crisis Walk-In Service:
North Range Behavioral Health
928 12th St., Greeley, CO 80631

Local Crisis Phone Number: (970) 347-2120
Available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for those in a mental health crisis.

North Range Warm Line: (970) 347-2359
Available from 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. daily to those who need to talk to a mental health professional for free but not in a crisis. It is also available in Spanish.

Colorado Crisis Services: (844) 493-8255 or text "TALK" to 38255

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255

North Colorado Medical Center/Banner Health: (970) 810-4121
1801 16th St., Greeley, CO 80631

UCHealth Greeley Hospital: (970) 652-2000
6767 W. 29th St., Greeley, CO 80634

Mental Health Month Resources

Patient Navigator Training Collaborative: Mental and Behavioral Health in Colorado Webinar Series

Brain Break Resources:

Resources for Mental Illness

North Range Behavioral Health: (970) 347-2120
928 12th St., Greeley, CO 80631
Integrated care for mental health, crisis services, counseling, suicide prevention, and addiction treatment for all ages, individual and family. Inpatient locations, including Frontier House, need referral. Go to www.northrange.org for more information.

Heart-Centered Counseling of Greeley: (970) 691-1880
1770 W. 25th Ave., #206, Greeley, CO 80634
Counseling for individuals, couples, and families, and psychiatry. Please visit the website for more information.

Sunrise Community Health
Affordable, quality care focused on medical, behavioral health, dental care, care management, and more. Services offered in English and Spanish. Partners with North Range Behavioral Health for mental health, behavioral health, and addiction services. Go to www.sunrisecommunityhealth.org for more information.
Monfort Family Clinic: (970) 353-9403
2930 11th Ave., Evans, CO 80620
Adelante Clinic: (970) 313-0400
1010 A St., Greeley, CO 80631
Sunrise North Range Clinic: (970) 350-5313
1300 N. 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Additional Locations:
www.sunrisecommunityhealth.org/en/locations

Clear View Behavioral Health: (970) 461-5061
4770 Larimer Parkway, Johnstown, CO 80534
Acute psychiatric short-term inpatient program for ages 13+. Referral needed. Go to www.clearviewbh.com for more information.

Salud Family Health Centers: (970) 484-0999
Affordable, quality care focused on medical, behavioral health, dental care, and more. Services offered in English and Spanish. Go to www.saludclinic.org for more information.
Fort Lupton Clinic:
1115 2nd St., Fort Lupton, CO 80621
Frederick Clinic:
5995 Iris Parkway, Frederick, CO 80530
Additional Locations:
www.saludclinic.org/locations

High Plains Library District: (888) 861-7323
County Public Library District with internal and online resources. Search directly on the HPLD website, call, or walk into any HPLD location to search any subject or get assistance from staff, or access pre-searched library materials on parenting children with mental health issues and what happens when you call a suicide prevention hotline.
Lincoln Park Library: 
1012 11th St., Greeley, CO 80631
Centennial Park Library:
2227 23rd Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Farr Regional Library:
1939 61st Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Additional Weld County Locations:
www.mylibrary.us/locations-and-hours

LiteLife Solutions: (970) 373-1970
2308 W. 29th St., #103, Greeley, CO 80631
Maria Boldry, N.D., is a Naturopathic Doctor and can address some mental health issues.

Frequency Healing Center: (970) 573-5313
5701 W. 20th St., Greeley, CO 80634
Instruments available that may help with anxiety, focus, and sleep issues.

Online Resources

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Colorado Line:
(303) 321-3104
Helpline: (800) 950-6264 or text "NAMI" to 741741
National resource for mental illness, finding help with professionals and medication, crisis support, understanding diagnoses, and more. Go to www.namicolorado.org for more information.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255 (available 24/7) or (800) 799-4889
A U.S.-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Go to www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org for more information.
For CHAT or TTY:
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat
For Texting:
www.crisistextline.org or text "HOME" to 741741
For Veterans:
www.veteranscrisisline.net

Mental Health Colorado: (720) 208-2220
An affiliate of Mental Health America that advocates for the more than 1 million Coloradans who experience a mental health or substance use disorder each year. Works to promote mental wellness, ensure equitable access to mental health and substance use services, and end stigma and discrimination. Go to www.mentalhealthcolorado.org for more information. Also found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Latino/Hispanic Communities:
Information and resources on mental health in the Latino and Hispanic communities, including many Spanish language materials, can be found on this Mental Health America webpage.

Man Therapy: (800) 273-8255
Mental health support and resources geared specifically toward men to deal with issues like depression, anxiety, anger, and suicidal thoughts. Go to www.mantherapy.org for more information.
For Veterans: 
(800) 273-8255, press 1 or text 838255

All Mental Health
An online team specializing in the digital mental health experience. Go to the All Mental Health website for more information.

MentalHealth.gov
A one-stop access to U.S. government mental health and mental health problems information from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Go to www.mentalhealth.gov for more information.

Blah Therapy
Online chat and therapy. Chat is free and therapist sessions are fee-based. Available 24/7. Go to www.blahtherapy.com for more information.

7 Cups
Online chat and therapy. Both free and fee-based services are available. Services specifically for teens available. Available 24/7. Go to www.7cups.com for more information.

Resources for Addiction

North Range Behavioral Health: (970) 347-2120
928 12th St., Greeley, CO 80631
Integrated care for mental health, crisis services, counseling, suicide prevention, and addiction treatment for all ages, individual and family. Inpatient locations, including Frontier House, need referral. Go to www.northrange.com for more information.

Heart-Centered Counseling of Greeley: (970) 691-1880
1770 W. 25th Ave., #206, Greeley, CO 80634
Counseling for individuals, couples, and families, and psychiatry. Please visit the website for more information.

Sunrise Community Health
Affordable, quality care focused on medical, behavioral health, dental care, care management, and more. Services offered in English and Spanish. Partners with North Range Behavioral Health for mental health, behavioral health, and addiction services. Go to www.sunrisecommunityhealth.org for more information.
Monfort Family Clinic: (970) 353-9403
2930 11th Ave., Evans, CO 80620
Adelante Clinic: (970) 313-0400
1010 A St., Greeley, CO 80631
Sunrise North Range Clinic: (970) 350-5313
1300 N. 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Additional Locations:
www.sunrisecommunityhealth.org/en/locations

Weld County Health Department Substance Use Prevention and Tobacco Control: (970) 304-6470
Health professionals offer community-wide resources and support for substance use, tobacco education, quit materials, and more. Go to the Tobacco Free Weld webpage for more information.
Greeley Office:
1555 N. 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Longmont Office:
4209 Weld County Road 24 1/2, Longmont, CO 80504

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Northern Colorado Area Intergroup: (970) 224-3552
An open meeting of individuals struggling with alcohol addiction and a desire to stop drinking. There are a variety of meeting locations and times in Greeley and Weld County. Go to www.northcoloradoaa.org for more information.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Off the Wall Area: CO NE Front Range: (970) 282-8079 (call or text)
An open meeting of individuals struggling with drug and/or substance addiction and a desire to quit. There are a variety of meeting locations and times in Greeley and across northern Colorado. Go to www.otwna.org for more information.

Al-Anon Family Groups/Alateen: (888) 425-2666
Al-Anon members are people who are worried about someone with a drinking problem. Alateen is for teens affected by someone else's alcoholism. There are a variety of meeting locations and times in Greeley and across northern Colorado. There also are electronic meetings available, as well as a teen chat option. Go to www.al-anon.org for more information.

Colorado QuitLine: (800) 784-8669
A phone-based quit resource for all tobacco products. Enrollment connects you with up to five free sessions with a quit coach and options for free patches or gum to help in the quit process. Go to www.coquitline.org for more information.

Northern Colorado Health Network: (970) 353-1177 or (800) 464-4611 (toll free)
807 17th St., Suite D, Greeley, CO 80631
Focus is on services to those with HIV and other conditions that make access to care challenging, including mental health and substance use counseling, in addition to HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and advocacy. Go to www.coloradohealthnetwork.org for more information.

Oxford House Sober Living
Group living for those recovering from addiction and/or mental health issues. There are a variety of locations across Colorado. All Greeley locations are for males only. Referral needed. Go to www.oxfordhouse.org for more information.
Oxford House Union: (970) 301-4144
1402 10th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Oxford House Miller: (970) 515-6364
1414 32nd Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Oxford House Divinity: (970) 505-5035
2212 29th Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Oxford House Firestone: (720) 491-3642
5984 Stagecoach Ave., Firestone, CO 80504

Pathways: (970) 356-3100 or (888) 569-2655 (self-intake line)
8217 W. 20th St., Greeley, CO 80634
Drug and addiction inpatient treatment rehabilitation center. Go to www.pathwaysdrugrehabilitation.com for more information.

Colorado Treatment Services: (970) 978-4386
1624 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Medication-assisted treatment facility for opioid addictions. Go to www.cotreatment.com for more information.

Front Range Clinic: (970) 702-2705
8223 W. 20th St., Suite 100A, Greeley, CO 80634
Outpatient medication-assisted treatment for opioid addictions. Go to www.frontrangemd.com for more information.

Colorado Opioid Synergy Larimer and Weld (CO-SLAW): (844) 944-7529
Medication-assisted treatment program for opioid addictions that is available through 8 different clinics at more than 13 sites across Weld and Larimer counties. Go to the CO-SLAW webpage for more information, including additional locations outside Greeley and Evans.
At North Range Behavioral Health:
1300 N. 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
At Sunrise Community Health:
1010 A St., Greeley, CO 80631
2930 11th Ave., Evans, CO 80620
At Colorado Treatment Services:
1624 17th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
At Front Range Clinic:
8223 W. 20th St., Suite 100A, Greeley, CO 80634

Syringe Access Program: (303) 692-2518
Local public health agencies and members of the public who need access to syringes can contact the syringe access program online. No access at Weld County locations.

Bring Naloxone Home
Purchase naloxone without a prescription anywhere in the state of Colorado. Visit your local pharmacy and ask your pharmacist about naloxone. Go to www.bringnaloxonehome.org for more information.

High Plains Library District: (888) 861-7323
County Public Library District with internal and online resources. Search directly on the HPLD website, call, or walk into any HPLD location to search any subject or get assistance from staff, or access pre-searched library materials on alcohol abuse and medication abuse.
Lincoln Park Library:
1012 11th St., Greeley, CO 80631
Centennial Park Library:
2227 23rd Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Farr Regional Library:
1939 61st Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Additional Weld County Locations:
www.mylibrary.us/locations-and-hours

Additional Support and Resources

*Contact your personal Primary Care Provider for services and direct support

Community Grief Center: (970) 506-4114
2105 Clubhouse Drive
Support for all ages dealing with grief and offering hope and healing through education and resources. Go to www.communitygriefcenter.org for more information.

North Colorado Health Alliance (NCHA): (970) 350-4673
2930 11th Ave., Evans, CO 80620
A community health collaborative made up of multiple partners from multiple sectors with programs on focused on care management and more. Go to www.northcoloradohealthalliance.org for more information.

Volunteers of America: (970) 515-5449
4650 W. 20th St., Greeley, CO 80631
Services including behavioral and mental health, substance use,  veteran services, and many more. Go to www.voa.org for more information.

Catholic Charities: (970) 353-6433
1442 N. 11th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Services including the Guadalupe Community Center and Shelter, homelessness prevention, family preservation, and more. Go to the Catholic Charities webpage on Weld County for more information about services offered in the area.

High Plains Library District: (888) 861-7323
County Public Library District with internal and online resources. Search directly on the HPLD website, call, or walk into any HPLD location to search any subject or get assistance from staff, or access pre-searched library materials on topics such as grief management and listening with empathy.
Lincoln Park Library:
1012 11th St., Greeley, CO 80631
Centennial Park Library:
2227 23rd Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Farr Regional Library:
1939 61st Ave., Greeley, CO 80634
Additional Weld County Locations:
www.mylibrary.us/locations-and-hours

Connections for Independent Living: (970) 352-8682
1331 8th Ave., Greeley, CO 80631
Offers programs and support groups for people with chronic pain, veterans, people with anxiety and/or PTSD, and more. Go to www.connectionsforindependentliving.org for more information.

Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center (SAVA): (970) 506-4059
921 38th Ave. Court, Greeley, CO 80634
Provides crisis intervention, advocacy, and counseling for all those affected by sexual violence in northern Colorado, including community outreach and education. Go to www.savacenter.org for more information.
24-Hour Rape Crisis Hotline: (970) 472-4200

A Woman's Place: (970) 351-0476
Serving victims and survivors of domestic violence in Weld County. All services are free and confidential. Go to www.awpdv.org or email info@awpdv.org for more information.
Greeley Crisis Line: (970) 356-4226
Fort Lupton Crisis Line: (970) 614-7071

Weld County Free Gun Safety Locks
1950 O St., Greeley, CO 80631
Pick up a free Project ChildSafe Safety Kit, which includes a cable-style gun lock and safety instructions, at the Weld County Sheriff's Office. Kits also are available at several other law enforcement agencies across Weld County and Colorado.

Kidpower Bullying Solutions: (800) 467-6997
Online resources for parents to take action and stop bullying through prevention. Go to the Kidpower Bullying Solutions webpage or email safety@kidpower.org for more information.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Health Education, Communication, and Planning

1555 North 17th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (970) 304-6470
Fax: (970) 304-6452 

Original Let's Talk Campaign
The original Let’s Talk campaign was created through Colorado’s Tri-County Health Department to identify mental health issues that help you learn what to say and how to talk about it. So, what can you do? Talk. Listen. Replace awkward silence with questions and understanding. Talk about the stressors and challenges you face and encourage others to talk with you about theirs. Spread the word that people aren’t to blame for mental health issues, and that professional treatment works. Everyone, regardless of gender, race, income, or religion, faces challenges with their mood, emotions, and behaviors from time to time. Some of us, through no fault of our own, face greater challenges than others. It’s important to talk about our mental health with someone we trust, and seek professional care when we need it, just as we would with a physical injury or ailment.