Mental Health Wellness


Resident Crisis Resources

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 
    • Call 1-800-273-8255
  • Colorado Crisis Services 
    • Call 844-493-8255 or visit the website for 24/7 walk-in locations
  • The Phoenix Center at Anschutz
    • Call 303-556-2255 free & confidential helpline for interpersonal violence victim services
  • The Real Help Hotline 
    • A free service for CU faculty, staff, residents/fellows facing a variety of life challenges - from financial stress, relationship problems, mental health and everything in between. The line is open 24/7 at 833-533-CHAT.
  • UCHealth First Call
    • Call 1-833-701-0448 for in-person or virtual assistance.
  • Emergency Services
    • In an emergency, call 911 or report to the nearest emergency room.     

 

Mental Health Clinics & Routine Care

Resident Mental Health Information

Available 24/7- 303-724-4716 (business hours) and 303-370-9127 (after hours); smhservice@ucdenver.edu (e-mail for appointments only)

  • CU GME residents and fellows have access to a network of mental/behavioral health providers both on and off campus through the CU Health Plan-Exclusive.  
    • Listings for in-network providers for CU Health Plan-Exclusive  are posted here under Covered providers and medications.
  • Colorado Physician Health Program (CPHP) - 303-860-0122 (business hours) and 303-916-8837 (after hours)
  • UCHealth Source - Staff and Provider Well-being During COVID - Includes information on what to do in the event of distress, workout apps and online class links, financial help resources (e.g. community perks/discounts, family care resources, etc.) and access to relaxation apps and tools
  • Colorado State Employee Assistance Program - Residents have access to the Colorado State Employee Assistance Program, C-SEAP, which provides active State Employees with confidential, cost-free counseling and coaching for issues including relationship concerns, depression, grief and more. Contact C-SEAP directly with questions about available services.


Local Support Groups information and meeting time/locations


Self-Guided Resources

Self-Screening Tools

 

Download a flier and take these resources with you wherever you go!