How to get connected
No appointment necessary.
If you are feeling sick, please stay home and call to schedule a telehealth appointment.
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Call 303-492-8855 to schedule an in-person or telehealth appointment.
If you have an in-person appointment and feel sick, please stay home and call reschedule or change your appointment to telehealth.
╠řPlease note: Due to licensing restrictions, you must be in the state of Colorado to schedule a telehealth appointment. Advocacy phone calls are available when out of state.
If our office is closed, please call our 24/7 support line at 303-492-8855 and select ÔÇťOption 2ÔÇŁ to connect with a confidential counselor.
You can also connect with a variety of local and national 24/7 hotlines.
Education and groups
We offer a variety of in-person and virtual training opportunities and presentations for students, staff and faculty. These are a great way to learn how to support a friend or colleague who has been impacted by a traumatic experience and more.
Topic areas we can help with╠ř
Our office is here to support students, staff and faculty through a variety of experiences that happened recently or in the past. If you have questions about our services or how we can help, please call 303-492-8855 or email email@example.com.
For more information on any of these topic areas, please visit our╠řGet Help╠řpage.
Experiences include protected class harassment, bias, hate crimes or discrimination in relation to identity or protected class.
Experiences include one-time or ongoing incidents of harassment or unwelcome sexual attention.
Experiences of emotional, psychological, physical, financial, reproductive or sexual abuse by a current or past romantic partner, spouse or date.
Experiences include a pattern of unwanted behaviors and/or contact that is causing impact, such as fear and/or a change in routine.
Experiences include any activity that degrades, humiliates or risks emotional and/or physical harm that are expected in order to join a group.
Experiences include accidents that are incapacitating and seriously disrupt a personÔÇÖs ability to function academically and/or have some type of police or criminal response.
Experiences include those related to mass violence, community-based violence, disasters, homicide, accidents and/or crime.
Robbery and burglary
Experiences include theft through physical force, fear and/or unlawful entry into a home or business with the intent to commit crime.
Experiences include natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, fires and mass- or human-caused violence.
Experiences include someone using a substance to maliciously subdue another person.