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Trauma Information & Resources
Recovery from Mental Illness

Crisis & Trauma Resources

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Colorado Crisis Services 24/7 Help

 A mental health or substance use crisis can happen at any time, to anyone. It doesn't matter what town you live in or where you're visiting, what your background is or what stage of life you're at. Help is available when you or someone you know is in crisis, at any place in Colorado, at any time day or night.

Jefferson Center is a partner in the statewide crisis network called Colorado Crisis Services. This network offers a hotline, walk-in crisis centers and mobile crisis services throughout the state, for any mental health, substance use or emotional crisis, and is available 24/7.

Call 1-844-493-8255 to access Colorado Crisis Services.

Jefferson Center's Union Square location is one of the walk-in crisis facilities that are open 24/7 providing support, information and referrals to anyone in need. There are twelve walk-in crisis centers located throughout the state, with seven in the metro area.

Colorado Crisis Services Locations

As always, Jefferson Center's main phone number, 303-425-0300, is available 24/7. For more information on the Colorado Crisis Services, please visit the website at

Additional Resources

AACAP Trauma Resources   AACAP Facts for Families fact sheets written by a child and adolescent psychiatrist.
Age-related Reactions of Children to Disasters   Reactions of Children and How Parents Can Help
Children & The News   Seeing and hearing about local and world events, such as natural disasters, catastrophic events, and crime reports, may cause children to experience stress, anxiety, and fears.
Coping with Children's Reactions to Disaster & Trauma   Although children have many of the same reactions as adults do to trauma, they have different ways of expressing their reaction and need some special help to cope. The following are some suggestions for dealing with the child in crisis.
Coping with Disaster   Mental Health America has developed the Coping With Disaster fact sheet series to help you and your loved ones cope during crisis and loss.
Dealing with Traumatic Stress & Grief   The difference between depression and grief and how to know if you need help.
Helping Children Cope with Tragedy Related Anxiety   Children have little experience to help them place their current situation into perspective. Tips for Parents.
National Child Traumatic Stress Network   Resources for Parents and Caregivers.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)    About the symptoms and treatment of PTSD.
SAMHSA Child Trauma Resources   A list of resources to help children deal with trauma.
SAMHSA Trauma Resources   Coping with Violence and Traumatic Events
Take Care of Yourself During Times of Crisis and Trauma    During times of crisis and tragedy, it is important to remember to take care of yourself and those close to you. The most immediate concern for most people right now is for safety. The following guidelines may be helpful.
Talking to Children & Youth After Traumatic Events   A Guide for Parents and Educators
Tips for Adults After Disasters   Reactions, Responses, Examples of Things to Do or Say
Tips for Parents of Adolescents   Reactions, Responses, Examples of Things to Do or Say
Tips for Parents of Infants and Toddlers    Reactions, Responses, Examples of Things to Do or Say
Tips for Parents of Pre-School Children   Reactions, Responses, Examples of Things to Do or Say
Tips for Talking to Children & Youth: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers & Teachers   SAMHSA Coping after a Disaster or Traumatic Event
Vicarious Trauma: Take Care of Yourself   Vicarious trauma is an ongoing process of change over time that results from witnessing or hearing about other people's suffering and need.



The Red Pages A Crisis Management Resource Guide for Mental Health/Substance Abuse Agencies Providing Disaster Response



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