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COVID-19: Mental health and physical health are not two separate things

By: Vincent Atchity Statement appeared in the Pagosa Sun Mental Health Colorado President and CEO Vincent Atchity released the following statement: If ... more

Mental health care in Colorado has gone virtual thanks to coronavirus. For some patients, it’s long overdue.

March 30, 2020 By: Jennifer Brown Community mental health clinics are still open during the pandemic, but therapists are meeting with clients in privacy-pro... more

ESSAY: Don’t Let Anxiety Get the Best of You

March 30, 2020 Posted By: The Pagosa Daily Post Author: Vincent Atchity If you’ve ever doubted that mental health and physical health are closely ... more

Importance of learning to 'mentally and emotionally pace' yourself as you social distance

March 28, 2020 By: Jordan Chavez Originally appeared on 9News Many people are feeling overwhelmed by the outbreak and the constant stream of news about the ... more

With uptick in ‘anxiety, hopelessness,’ local experts offer advice, resources for mental health

March 23, 2020 By: Grant Stringer Originally appeared in the Sentinel Colorado AURORA | As the pandemic and financial woes create more anxiety in Aurora and ... more

Social distancing could drag on for months in Colorado. How will we stay sane?

March 23, 2020 By: Kevin Simpson incent Atchity found himself in the near-constant company of his family this week as he worked from home in his role as ... more

Mental health and COVID-19: Practice kindness, connect with others, journal

March 22, 2020 By: Jessica Gibbs Originally appeared in the Highlands Ranch Herald With a global pandemic closing schools, businesses, entire communities and ... more

We Know You're Stressed. Here Are Some Tips For Managing Anxiety During An Outbreak

March 19, 2020 By: KUNC's Colorado Edition With all the news about the spread of the novel coronavirus in our state and around the world, it's hard sometimes ... more

Mental health important during COVID-19 outbreak

March 29, 2020 By: Joe Vacarelli Originally appeared in The Sentinel As health and government officials ask the public not to gather in groups larger than ... more

How to navigate your insurance and telemedicine for mental health

March 19, 2020 Originally appeared on 9News By: Anusha Roy Doctors and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment are encouraging people to ... more

Colorado Edition: The Strength Of The Human Spirit

March 18, 2020 Aired on KUNC On this Colorado Edition: We explore the state's forecasted budget amid the coronavirus outbreak. We also round up this week's ... more

COVID-19: Mayor Suthers declares local emergency

March 16, 2020 By: Faith Miller Originally appeared in the Colorado Springs Independent As the number of COVID-19 cases in Colorado continued to climb, ... more

The best and the worst: The psychology of COVID-19

March 15, 2020 By: Keri Dequine Harden Originally appeared in the Steamboat Pilot STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Disasters — whether natural, manmade or a ... more

Advice for those at higher risk for COVID-19 who have routine doctor appointments

March 13, 2020 By: Anusha Roy Originally appeared on 9News There's a good chance people who fall in the high-risk groups for COVID-19 will have routine ... more

Romanoff sets virtual town hall to grapple with mental health concerns

March 16, 20120 By: Ernest Luning Originally appeared in Colorado Politics Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff has announced plans to hold a ... more

Can virtual doctors replace in person visits for most health needs?

March 13, 2020 By: Nicole Brady Originally appeared on The Denver Channel. Visiting the doctor no longer requires driving to the office, sitting in a ... more

Boogie at the Broadmoor With Leftover Salmon to Support Mental Health Causes

March 11, 2020 By: Kiran Herbert Originally appeared in 5280 In the last year, two suicides sent ripples across the music industry. Jeff Austin, a founding ... more

How Colorado is trying to address transportation needs for people in mental health crisis

March 5, 2020 By: Forest Wilson Originally appeared in the Colorado Independent Lawmakers are pushing for a transportation system dedicated to getting people ... more

Boulder-based provider launches in-home mental health care program

March 6, 2020 By: Katie Langford Boulder-based private mental health provider Colorado Recovery has created a new in-home treatment program for people who ... more

Colorado considers private transportation services for behavioral problems

Monte Whaley | Mar 2, 2020 State of Reform Someone suffering from a behavioral health crisis in Colorado may soon be transported to a care facility without ... more