Resource Directory

The Teller County Mental Health Alliance Resource Directory contains the information for over 45 resource partners. You can find the information and assistance you need for you or your loved one.

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Teller County
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Service Type
Care Coordination
Crisis Services
Medication Management
Substance Use
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Woodland Counseling Center

Offers individual therapy sessions in Woodland Park and in the comfort of your own home, via video therapy. In addition to traditional “talk therapy,” EMDR, DBT, CBT, and IFS (Internal Family Systems Therapy).

Voices Of Grief

We create supportive spaces to honor the natural process of grief and to educate our community in healthy expressions of grief and mourning.

Veterans Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line serves Veterans, service members, National Guard and Reserve members, and those who support them. Connect with a real person qualified to support Veterans. Access free, confidential support 24/7, 365 days a year.

Ute Pass Regional Health Services District

The Teller County MHAP (Mental Health Assessment Program) team is made up of paramedics with training in assessment, verbal de-escalation techniques and crisis management, as well as a greater knowledge of local resources specific to mental health and substance abuse problems.

Ute Pass Psychological Evaluation

Ute Pass Psychological Consultation has provided psychological and neuropsychological evaluation for over 10 years. We feel there is an abundance of need to assist clients with understanding their brain injuries.

The Trevor Project Lifeline

24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention lifeline for LGBTQ young people (ages 13-24)

The Resource Exchange

Advocating for independence and inclusion, TRE partners with children and adults who have a variety of disabilities, delays, mental health or long-term care needs. We do this using a person-centered approach in coordinating care, promoting choices, and collaborating with community partners. We work with people throughout the course of their lives, supporting them from birth, before school, through school, and as adults and seniors.

The Independence Center

The Independence Center is the local home of civil rights for people with disabilities. Working with individuals, their families, and the community, we create independence so that all may thrive. We are not an assisted living center; instead, our organization provides information, resources, and support to help people with disabilities live, learn, work, play, and participate in civic life as equals. Our mission is driven by our five core values, illustrated below, which guide how our staff interacts with each other and those we serve.

The Edge Teen Center

The Edge is a place for teens to engage in fun activities with other teens, teen mentors and adults in a safe and supervised setting. Teens will have access to individualized and group activities that provide opportunities for fun, learning and growth as they develop their own personal identity and future.

The Compassionate Friends of the Pikes Peak Region

To those of you who are newly bereaved and viewing our website for the first time, we warmly invite you to The Compassionate Friends of the Pikes Peak Region. We are other parents who have experienced the death of a child at any age, from any cause and offer understanding and support through our monthly meetings and activities throughout the year.

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