To our valued clients –
During the COVID-19 public health crisis, Mental Health Partners will be continuing to provide services. However, we have adjusted our operations to provide most of our services remotely – i.e. through phone and video – until further notice. We are making this decision to protect you, our staff, and our community, as well as follow the social distancing recommendations outlined by the CDC and other public health agencies to limit the risk of exposure and possible spread of the virus.
This change will start Monday, March 16, 2020. Your provider will connect with you by phone or email to determine the best method for you to receive care and treatment.
Some care, such as distributing or administering medications, will still take place in-person by MHP clinical, medical and nursing teams. If that is the case, your provider will inform you. If your provider requests you to come to the office, all clients will be expected to answer screening questions prior to receiving treatment. Please do not come to any MHP location if you are experiencing a fever, cough, or respiratory difficulties. Instead, contact your medical provider to determine the best course of action. If you do not feel comfortable coming in for care on Monday, please let a member of our CARE team know by calling (303) 443-8500 and we can reschedule your appointment.
Also, our 24/7 Walk-In Center at 3180 Airport Rd., Boulder, CO remains open, though we encourage community members to call 1 (844) 493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to receive mental health crisis support if they are experiencing symptoms or are sick.
Lastly, a reminder MHP has also temporarily suspended all group activities, including classes, workshops, trainings, community rooms and the Chinook Café at Ryan Wellness Center. We will continue to post additional updates on our website at www.mhpcolorado.org.
Thank you for your flexibility, patience and understanding during this fast-moving, public health crisis. During this time, we encourage everyone to take care of themselves, their families and the entire community by practicing the recommended social distancing. For tips about how to manage anxiety during a time of crisis, please visit our social media pages: (Facebook: @MentalHealthPartnersCO | Twitter: @MentalHealthCO).