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MHP Statement In Response to Boulder’s “Stay At Home” Order

The cities of Denver and Boulder have issued “stay at home” orders for its residents.  In Boulder, this order goes into effect Tuesday, March 24th at 5pm and requires people to leave their homes for only essential activities necessary to promote health and safety, such as getting groceries, obtaining medical supplies, and getting outdoors only if strict social distancing is observed.

As a healthcare organization, MHP is considered an essential business and the modified operations we put into place last week will remain as-is with no changes. Please visit our COVID-19 webpage for the most update information: www.mhpcolorado.org/covid-19-updates.

We understand new restrictions that tighten our daily routines and impact our lives are not easy for our community and clients. Though mental health has always been a crucial aspect of whole-person care, the COVID-19 public health crisis has shone a light on the importance of access to mental health care and support. MHP remains committed to answering the increased need of the community for mental health support. If you, or someone you know, is need of mental health support, please call us (303) 443-8500.

 

Additionally, our 24/7 Walk-in Crisis Center & Addiction Services remains open. Community member who are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms can still utilize the Walk-In facility at 3180 Airport Road, Boulder CO. If an individual is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, we encourage him/her to call 1 (844) 493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to receive mental health crisis care.

For tips on how to alleviate anxiety during this time, visit our Facebook (@MentalHealthPartnersCO) and Twitter (@MentalHealthCO) page.