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.
Supporting Each Other in a Time of Isolation!
The HOPE Coalition of Boulder County will address the pandemic and its effects on our mental health with a 3 part series. (Panelist & Moderator Bios)
Research shows that lack of connections can be a big risk factor for depression and suicide. In this pandemic time of increased isolation, calls to crisis lines are up significantly. This 3 part series will look into our current times through an intergenerational lens – something not addressed in most discussions . Each week, panelists from 3 generations will address issues related to isolation, followed by participant discussions about ways to foster connections.
Dates: May 5, 12 and 19 from Noon-1
Please join us on Zoom (link will be provided in registration confirmation email)
Pre-Registration Required: Register here
This series is free and available to the first 85 registrants
We have a lot of community events coming up!
Click on the dates in Orange
to see what’s going on.
Or visit the
Click Here for: Surrounding You: Performance by Resonance Women’s Chorus and Phoenix:
Colorado’s Trans Community Choir
TED Talk – Stopping Suicide with Story