If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 9-1-1 or connect with Colorado Crisis Services at 844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255.

We all need more support. Connect today.

We’re here to support you. We serve adults 25 years and older with thoughts of suicide across Colorado—at no cost.

If you or someone you know needs support, connect with our team:

 

No. If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact Colorado Crisis Services (844-493-8255). The Integrated Suicide Treatment Team serves people after their crisis has been stabilized.

Thank you for helping us prevent suicide by referring clients:

  • Using our secure Referral Form; or
  • Calling our front desk at (970) 491-5212.

Together we can enable people across Colorado to get the support they need to maintain their wellbeing in the face of uncertainty.

Contact our director, Debbie Essert (Deborah.essert@colostate.edu), directly to discuss how we can better partner with you.

Our team includes mental health clinicians, substance use treatment providers, social workers, and psychologists in the PSC. We work together to serve adults in Colorado who have thoughts of suicide. We offer evidence-based services at no-cost to the client.

Adults 25 years old or older in Colorado who:

  • Have had recent thoughts of suicide or suicidal behavior; and
  • Do not have insurance coverage, are insured by Health First Colorado (Medicaid), or have private insurance but do not have access to mental health services.

Use the Integrated Suicide Treatment Team Form or call our front desk at (970) 491-5212.
Only our team can see or hear information on the form or voicemail. Your information will be kept confidential.

You can provide your information at any time. Our office hours are 8:00am – 7:00pm Monday through Thursday, and 8:00am – 5:00pm on Friday. We do not offer after hours services.

We offer in-person and telehealth services. We use a secure and HIPAA-compliant platform, TheraNest, for telehealth services.

There is no cost for services for adults 25 years old or older in Colorado who:

  • Have had recent thoughts of suicide or suicidal behavior; and
  • Do not have insurance coverage, are insured by Health First Colorado (Medicaid), or have private insurance but do not have access to mental health services.

We will bill Medicaid when it is available.

The team is supported from the Substance Use and Mental Health Services Administration, grant #FG000444.