Mental Health Colorado plays a leading role in bringing together providers, consumers, advocates, and other groups to develop new solutions that advance mental health in our state. We sparked the creation of the Jefferson Center for Mental Health, the Colorado Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, the Colorado Mental Wellness Network, and Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners, among other entities. Our commitment to collaboration plays a key role in how we approach our work.

  • Mental Health America
    Mental Health Colorado is a proud affiliate of Mental Health America, the nation’s oldest and strongest voice for mental wellness. For decades, our organization has worked hand in hand with Mental Health America on a range of activities and public education initiatives, including May is Mental Health Month and the B4Stage4 campaign.
  • Behavioral Health Partnership
    In 2009, we spearheaded the Behavioral Health Partnership to unite Colorado’s mental health community. The Partnership includes the Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, Advocates for Recovery, the Colorado Association of Addiction Professionals, the Colorado Mental Wellness Network, the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council, the Colorado Providers Association, the Colorado Psychiatric Society, the Colorado Psychological Association, Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners, and the Colorado chapters of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and the National Association of Social Workers. Partnership members adopted a shared statement of principles on health care reform and the integration of physical and behavioral health. We continue to work closely with these groups.
  • NIMH Outreach

    The Outreach Partnership Program is a nationwide initiative of the National Institute of Mental Health Office of Constituency Relations and Public Liaison (OCRPL) and is supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Program partners with national and state organizations to strengthen the public health impact of research by:

    Disseminating the latest scientific findings
    Informing the public about mental disorders and substance abuse
    Reducing stigma and discrimination
    Increasing public awareness about the important role of research in the treatment of mental illnesses and addiction disorders, paving the way for prevention, recovery, and cure

    NIMH website

    Publications for Download

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  • Mental Health America of Pueblo

    Mental Health America of Pueblo provides education and awareness for understanding mental health issues in the Pueblo community. Individuals or organizations alike are welcome to join. Membership is diverse and includes bankers, attorneys, health professionals, representatives from social service agencies, government employees, and mental health consumers.

    Mental Health America of Pueblo strives to raise awareness through regularly scheduled educational programs and events. Monthly educational meetings, which are held on the second Wednesday of the month, provide news and statistics that are up-to-date and valuable. For more information, call (719) 966-7642 or send an email to