Mental Health Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic and its economic impacts are affecting everyone’s daily lives and mental health. During a time of such uncertainty, it’s normal to feel anxious or overwhelmed. Taking care of yourself, your friends, and your family can help you cope with stress and helping others cope with their stress makes our community stronger. It’s okay to ask for help, and there are many organizations and mental health professionals who are here for you.

Counseling and Mental Health Resources

  • Building Hope: A community-wide mental health initiative that lists contact information for a variety of mental health professionals, support groups, and other mental health resources. Grief Support is temporarily available from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. in-person at the Building Hope office in Frisco, or via phone at 970-455-8930. Additional resource information is available here. Parenting tips and tools are also available on Building Hope’s English and Spanish Facebook pages, as well as on Instagram.
  • Summit School DistrictThe Summit School District is partnering with local community organizations to make resources available to local students and their families. Please refer to this document for additional information about available community resources. Families, staff, and students of the Summit School District are eligible for up to 12 free therapy sessions with a local therapist. This support is made possible with the 4A mental health dollars that the voters generously approved in November 2019.
  • FIRC Mental Health NavigatorsEnglish or Spanish 970-262-3888
  • Mind Springs HealthThe Mind Springs Health Frisco Office offers a variety of mental health resources. They have also created a COVID-19 Mental Health Toolkit  for individuals of all ages and situations. A COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line is available at 1-877-519-7505.
  • Colorado Crisis ServicesFree, confidential, professional and immediate support for any mental health, substance use or emotional concern, 24/7/365. Call 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to speak to a trained professional.
  • A Helpers Virtual Support Group is taking place every Tuesday at 12:30pm. Led by Dr. Meredith Smith PsyD, LP,  the group focuses on Coping with COVID during challenging times for helpers and health care professionals. These take place over Zoom, with the following login information: WebLink: https://bit.ly/2zl2DaW | Meeting ID: 917 2522 4563 | Password: 005285 | Audio Only: Dial 346-248-7799
  • Recovery Support, AA: Call Agape at 970-453-1247 or visit www.intherooms.co/home/ or www.aa-intergoup.org
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The CDC has recommendations for things you can do to support yourself by managing your anxiety and stress.

Recursos de Salud Mental

La pandemia de COVID-19 y sus impactos económicos están afectando la vida cotidiana y la salud mental de todos. Durante un momento de tanta incertidumbre, es normal sentirse ansioso o abrumado. Cuidarse a sí mismo, a sus amigos y a su familia puede ayudarlo a sobrellevar el estrés y ayudar a otros a sobrellevar su estrés hace que nuestra comunidad sea más fuerte. Está bien pedir ayuda, y hay muchas organizaciones y profesionales de la salud mental que están aquí para ayudarlo.

Consejería y Recursos de Salud Mental

  • Building Hope: Una iniciativa de salud mental para toda la comunidad que enumera información de contacto para una variedad de profesionales de salud mental, grupos de apoyo y otros recursos de salud mental.
  • Navegadores de salud mental de FIRCpara inglés o español llame al 970-262-3888
  • Services Crisis en Coloradoapoyo gratuito, confidencial, profesional e inmediato para cualquier problema de salud mental, uso de sustancias o emocional, 24 horas al día, 7 días a la semana, 365 días al año. Llame al 1-844-493-TALK (8255) o envíe un mensaje de texto TALK al 38255 para hablar con un profesional capacitado.
  • Apoyo de recuperación, AA: lame a Agape al 970-453-1247 o visite https://www.intherooms.com/home/ o http://aa-intergroup.org/
  • Centros de Control y Prevención de Enfermedades: Los CDC tienen recomendaciones sobre las cosas que puede hacer para mantenerse a sí mismo controlando su ansiedad y estrés.