Depression is treatable
We envision a community where:
- There is no stigma about depression
- We can identify depression early.
- Seeking help is viewed as a sign of strength.
- Suicide is never considered a solution.
What To Do Right Now
Though we are not a crisis intervention center,
we do care very much about what happens to you.
For IMMEDIATE HELP CALL: 911
OR the Colorado Crisis Line at 1-844-493-8255
National hotline is 1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-784-2433
Supporting Depression Awareness & Suicide Prevention
with Education and Advocacy in Boulder County, CO
We are an amazing volunteer coalition who plan and put together events & trainings to help educate our community.
ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)
Upcoming Training Sessions
Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado
Partnering with the Colorado Avalanche
for the 1st Inaugural Mental Health Awareness Day
HOPE Coalition working on Symposium to address issues highlighted by the suspected suicide of Rashaan Salaam. See Article in Daily Camera
Blog Post with Resources for Discussion
Concern Over ’13 Reasons Why’ and Potential Negative Impacts
Here are some talking points about 13 Reasons Why put together by 2 organizations that deal with suicide. Please use them, if you want to, when speaking with anyone about this Netflix series.