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In addition to the historical stressors that a new school year brings to students and their families, this year’s COVID-19 safety precautions have created additional pressures, such as adjusting to online learning or hybrid schedules and following mask and social distancing requirements. In an effort to decrease suicidal ideation and improve overall mental wellbeing for students this school year, MHP has created a “Back to School Toolkit” featuring resources and support for students and families on these issues, with a specific emphasis on youth suicide prevention, BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities and mental health crisis.

Mental Health Partners is still accepting new clients. Self-Pay is Available.
Call: (303) 443-8500
You will receive an assessment over the phone.
We will be providing most of our services remotely  (via video or phone).
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Access to care continues to be a widespread struggle in mental health care. At Mental Health Partners we have a team of experienced and knowledgeable Community Health Workers to help you get the care you need.
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