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Mental Health Colorado honors Vail Resorts

September 11, 2019 Broomfield-based company to receive Workplace Wellness Award for implementation of Epic Wellness program Vail Resorts will be honored with ... more

Without access to care, anxiety, depression, addiction stalk rural Coloradans | SPECIAL REPORT

by: Joey Bunch September 1, 2019 Originally appeared in The Gazette. This story is part of a yearlong series about Colorado’s broken mental health ... more

Chuck and Julie with Sarah Davidon and Lisa Sabey

Listen to this episode of Chuck and Julie with Sarah Davidon & Lisa Sabey from the documentary "American Tragedy: Love Is Not Enough" featuring the story of ... more

Anschutz Medical Campus to screen documentary featuring Sue Klebold

Date: August 21, 2019 The screening of American Tragedy: Love is Not Enough, a new documentary that follows Sue Klebold’s journey from realizing her son was ... more

Colorado's trailblazing Safe2Tell system needs significant upgrades, lawmakers say

By: John Frank August 20, 2019 Two decades ago, in the wake of the Columbine school shooting, Colorado officials created the Safe2Tell anonymous tip line to ... more

Screening of Documentary Featuring Sue Klebold

August 16, 2019 A local screening of “American Tragedy: Love is Not Enough,” a new documentary that follows Sue Klebold’s journey from realizing her son ... more

Guns, Hate And Mental Health: Where Do They Intersect? And How Should We Move Forward?

By: Ryan Warner August 15, 2019 Hundreds of questions swirl around after a mass shooting. Many of them start with the word "should." Should the United ... more

Coloradans React to 'Red Flag' Law

By: SACHA PFEIFFER August 10, 2019 Listen to the full story on NPR After 31 people were killed in mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, President Trump ... more

OPINION: Don’t Blame Mental Health Issues for Mass Murder

By: Aubree Hughes August 9, 2019 Yesterday, Mental Health Colorado issued the following statement: “These are heartbreaking times for our country. Mental ... more

The Connection Between Mental Illness & Violence Is Not A Given

After a mass shooting, there are words that come up time and again: "mental illness," "crazy," "monster." Words we want to reflect on with Moe Keller, ... more

Coloradans living with mental illness say comments after El Paso, Dayton mass shootings further stigmatize

By: Jessica Seaman August 8, 2019 Once again, as the nation reels in the aftermath of back-to-back mass shootings, mental health is a focus of discussion, ... more

Coloradans living with mental illness say comments after El Paso, Dayton mass shootings further stigmatize

By: Jessica Seaman August 8, 2019 Once again, as the nation reels in the aftermath of back-to-back mass shootings, mental health is a focus of discussion, ... more

Colorado counties with highest suicide rates are most opposed to ‘red flag’ law

By: Rob Low August 6, 2019 DENVER -- Supporters of Colorado's "red flag" law say the measure is more likely to prevent suicides than mass shootings, even ... more

Colorado’s New Psychiatric Advance Directive Process Goes Into Effect Aug. 2, 2019

July 31, 2019 Effective Aug. 2, 2019, Colorado law pertaining to behavioral health-related advance directives is changing. Under current law, an adult may establ... more

Mental Health Colorado names new president, CEO

Staff Report July 29, 2019 A new president and chief executive officer has been selected to lead Mental Health Colorado, an advocacy organization for mental ... more

Mental Health Colorado gets new CEO

By: Sentinel Staff July 27, 2019 Mental Health Colorado selected Vincent Atchity as the nonprofit's new president and CEO, the organization announced ... more

Atchity replaces Romanoff as the head of Mental Health Colorado

July 25, 2019 Mental Health Colorado has a new leader, now that Andrew Romanoff is running for U.S. Senate. The non-partisan advocacy nonprofit named Vincent ... more

What more can be done to stop cyberbullying?

By: Joe St. George July 23, 2019 DENVER -- Cyberbullying is a story the Problem Solvers have covered for years. From suicides in schools to recent haras... more

Why experts say it's important to talk to your kids about suicide

By: Jordan Chavez July 22, 2019 DENVER — Another high school in Colorado is dealing with the loss left by suicide. Grandview High School in Aurora ... more

Leadership Interview: Nancy VanDeMark, Ph.D., Interim President and CEO Mental Health Colorado

July 8, 2019 Nancy VanDeMark has worked in the mental health and substance use field for more than 30 years, most recently as director of the Office of Behavio... more