Is This an Emergency?
If your situation is a medical emergency, please call 911.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, you can speak with an emergency psychiatric services counselor 24/7. For both Adults and Children, please call 303-447-1665.
If you or someone you care about has been impacted by sexual assault and you need someone to talk to, please call MESA’s 24/7 crisis hotline at 303-443-7300. To visit MESA’s website for more information about services, please click here.
What Does Mental Health Partners Offer?
In addition to the services mentioned above, Mental Health Partners (MHP) offers a wide variety of office and community-based services. Click here for a detailed description of services offered.
Do You Need Mental Health Services?
If you think you need mental health services, please call us at 303-443-8500 and you will be welcomed by one of our supportive staff and asked a series of registration questions to determine how we can best help you.
If you would prefer, you are welcome to fill out a Referral and Registration Form for yourself or another person. This form includes everything MHP needs to know in order to register you or the person you are seeking care for. This form may be faxed, e-mailed, or hand-delivered to any MHP location.
MHP has 24-hour emergency psychiatric services and outpatient offices for infants, children, adolescents, adults, families and seniors. Many services are available including school-based programs, Home Based and Mobile Services, substance abuse treatment, rape crisis counseling, advocacy and education, and Navigation. We offer individual and group treatment in addition to case management services. Please see our services for additional information. MHP offers bilingual/bicultural services and an in-house pharmacy.
Are you referring someone to Mental Health Partners? If you are an individual or partner agency and would like to make a referral to MHP, you are welcome to do so by filling out a Referral and Registration Form here. (en español). Instructions for how to fill out the form may be obtained by clicking here. (en español). If you have any questions or concerns about making a referral, you are welcome to call our Admission and Referral department directly at 303-443-8500.
What to Expect When You Call to Register
When calling MHP, we will ask you a series of questions to assist in determining what kind of services you may need.
Some of these questions will be:
What prompted you to call today?
Have you ever had treatment before?
Are you a Broomfield or Boulder County resident?
Do you have Medicaid, Medicare or another insurance carrier?
Steps to Services
Upon completing an initial registration, you will be given instructions on how to obtain a clinical assessment. During this two-hour appointment, a clinician will sit with you or the person you have referred to get a sense of what needs attention and how MHP can best help moving forward. If it appears medications are in order, instructions for how to schedule an appointment with a prescriber will be provided.
What to Bring to Your Clinical Assessment:
Statement of Non-Discrimination
If you are insured, please bring your Medicaid, Medicare and/or other insurance card(s) with you along with a photo ID.
If you are uninsured, please bring a photo ID.
Mental Health Partners does not deny services based on a person’s race, color, gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or national origin. We accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid, Medicare, Children’s Health Insurance program and other programs accessible in the state of Colorado and we offer discounted fees for persons who are uninsured or underinsured.
Please click here for available Language Assistance Services.
Aviso informando a las personas sobre los requisitos de no-discriminación y accesibilidad
Mental Health Partners (MHP) cumple con las leyes federales y estatales que protegen los derechos civiles. MHP no discriminará o negará servicios a ningún individuo en base a su raza, color, origen nacional, edad, discapacidad o sexo. Además MHP no discriminará o negará servicios a ningún individuo debido a sus antepasados, género, orientación sexual, expresión o identidad de género, religión, credo, creencias políticas, estado civil, embarazo, o discapacidad física o mental. Aceptamos la mayoría de planes médicos, incluyendo Medicaid, Medicare, el Programa de Seguro Médico para Niños (CHIP) y otros programas accesibles.
Por favor presione aquí para recibir información sobre asistencia en español.