Colorado Spirit is a North Range Behavioral Health-provided resource to assist those whose behavioral health has been impacted by COVID-19. At no cost to patients, it provides assistance and confidential support to people struggling with mental and emotional challenges as a result of the crisis caused by this pandemic. See the below-linked website for more details. Also below are flyers in English and Spanish that can be shared with others. And there is a 3-panel brochure, in case that would be of help. Please contact Shawna Cranmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Additionally, there is now a specialized confidential/no cost statewide telephone/text support line for Teachers/Educators and Healthcare Workers (303-724-2500), being offered by the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The line is open 8:00 am – 8:00 pm 7 days a week. Information about this support line is also attached.
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Information contributed by:
Lyle SmithGraybeal | VP of Community Impact
United Way of Weld County
970-304-6199 (direct) | 970-353-4300 (main) | 970-353-4738 (fax)
814 9th Street | PO Box 1944 | Greeley, CO 80632
COVID-19 forced all of us to approach things differently. Our once daily routine was completely uprooted, and a new set of rules were put into place. While we all adapt to this “new normal,” it is important to recognize that community need has not changed. In fact, it is amplified! Your donation through United Way of Weld County will help thousands of children, youth, families and older adults in Weld County.