Mental health resources
We GRIT by with a little help from our friends. But sometimes, we need a little extra help. El Paso County’s network of mental health experts are available and ready to meet you wherever you are.
When you need a little extra help
AspenPointe provides behavioral health care to our community, one patient at a time, including mental health and substance abuse service.
AspenPointe’s Crisis Walk-in Center is available 24/7, regardless of an individual’s ability to pay or at no charge for the individual. No appointment is necessary.
115 S. Parkside Drive, Colorado Springs
Virtual crisis telehealth options:
NAMI Colorado Springs Resources
NAMI Colorado Springs helps individuals and families navigate mental health conditions, often via no-cost programs and groups led by people with “lived experience.”
NAMI Colorado Springs is open to calls between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., weekdays. Staff and trained volunteers can help with connecting to community partners, additional mental health supports and resources in a free on-site lending library:
Multi-week education programs and weekly support groups are available for individuals living with mental illness and for family members of people living with mental illness. During COVID-19, services are available via Zoom, with in-person options as circumstances allow.
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