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Health Department

2021 Mental Health Summit

The 2021 Douglas County Mental Health Summit hosted by the Douglas County Mental Health Initiative and the Board of Douglas County Commissioners was held on Sept. 23, 2021, to bring awareness and attention to the varied ways we think about and address mental health in Douglas County.

View the full event video here or view videos by topic listed below:

The Power of Community Collaboration
Shannon Breitzman, Principal, Health Management Associates and Laura Ciancone, Douglas County Mental Health Initiative Coordinator

Behavioral Health System Reform – A Look Forward
Dr. Robert Werthwein, Director, Colorado Office of Behavioral Health

Suicide Prevention, a Focus on Veterans’ Mental Health
Dr. Brittany Musicaro, Clinical Psychologist and Local Recovery Coordinator; Benjamin Kremer, LCSW
Acting Suicide Prevention Program Manager and Crystal Tabor, Peer Support Specialist, VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System

Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder and Crisis Services
Daniel Darting, CEO, Signal Behavioral Health Network

Lone Tree Youth Council Panel
Facilitated by Austin Good, Assistant City Manager, City of Lone Tree Youth Council members: Madeline Gieser, Hannah Park and Laura Pulido-

The full agenda of the event is available by clicking here.  Looking for additional information and resources? Visit the Mental Health Summit Partner Resources below.

Community-Based Organization

Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) – 720-213-1320
– Community Assessment Program Overview
– Community Assessment Program Flyer – English
– Community Assessment Program Flyer – Español

NAMI Arapahoe/Douglas Counties – 303-991-7688


Faith-Based

Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church – 303-840-5139
– Douglas County Christian Counseling

Catholic Charities of Central Colorado, Castle Rock Office – 720-215-4521 or email [email protected]


First Responder Community Programs

Castle Rock Fire and Rescue

Castle Rock Police Department R-U-OK Program – Outreach for Seniors

Community Response Team (CRT)


Healthcare: Behavioral Health (Mental Health and Substance Use Care)

Aurora Mental Health Center – 303-617-2300

Denver Springs – 720-613-5104
– What we treat
– Programs
– Additional Resources

HealthONE Behavioral Health and Wellness Center – 844-556-2012

Highlands Behavioral Health System – 720-348-2800

LifeStance Health or (970) 310-3406 or via email [email protected]

Veterans Administration – Eastern Colorado Healthcare System – 303-399-8020
– VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System
– VA Mental Health – Specialty inpatient/outpatient mental health services
– Vet Centers  –  VA community-based centers that provide a range of counseling, outreach, and referral services.
– Veteran Crisis Line or call  1-800-273-8255 and press 1, or text 838255
– Make the Connection – One-stop resource for Veterans (families and friends) information about physical and mental health.
– Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program  –  Free consultation for any provider or VA who serves Veterans at risk for suicide.
– Lock to Live – Firearm and Medication Safe Storage Decision Aid

AllHealth Network – 303-730-8858
– Crisis Services 
– Counseling
– Substance Use Services
– Psychiatry Services
– COVID-19 Support (Colorado Spirit Program)
– Intensive Programs

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