The Crisis Resiliency Center

Are you experiencing a crisis
or assisting someone who is?

The Crisis Resiliency Center at North Range provides emergency behavioral health care in a safe, calm, home-like setting. We can help stabilize a crisis situation and set the stage for healing and recovery.
Our trained, mental health professionals offer support for anyone experiencing:

The Crisis Resiliency Center

Support is here for you, regardless of where you live or your insurance coverage status. You do not need to be an existing client of North Range Behavioral Health to access support at The Crisis Resiliency Center.

Stop by The Crisis Resiliency Center at North Range for compassionate support.
970.347.2120 option 2
Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm
No appointment required.The Crisis Resiliency Center at North Range
5901 Majestic Street, Frederick, CO 80504

Call 911 for Life-Threatening Emergencies

We’re here for you in times of crisis. But if you or a loved one is facing a life-threatening or physical emergency, please call 911 for immediate assistance.

Additional Crisis Information
The “Living Room Model”:
Crisis Support in a Welcoming Environment

Living Room ModelIf you or someone you know is experiencing a behavioral health crisis, you do not have to “ride it out alone” or go to an emergency room with bright lights, sterile conditions, and unnerving chaos often associated with medical trauma. There is a choice — a place designed to help you feel at ease.

We use what’s called the “living room model” of crisis assistance. In this space, which feels more like a home, visitors find a place that helps them feel safe and valued.

Our welcoming environment features a fireplace, comfortable furnishings, and a calm atmosphere that helps relieve tension and promote healing and recovery.

Visitors receive maximum privacy while our compassionate, mental health advocates team up to help individuals decompress.

Suicide: What to Look For
  • Serious depression
  • Obvious stress or worry
  • Feelings of worthlessness, guilt, or
  • Comments about death
  • Difficulty concentrating and making
  • Giving away prized possessions
  • Preoccupation with death or dying
  • Sudden drop in school or work
  • Change in appetite or energy
  • Change in sleeping habits
  • Loss of interest in favorite things
  • Isolation
  • Fatigue or decreased energy
Click here for details about North Range’s Suicide Education and Support Services.
Overdose: What to Look For
Common warning signs of overdose could include, but are not limited to:
  • Unresponsiveness
  • Shallow breathing
  • Excessive vomiting
  • Unconsciousness
  • Tremors
  • Slurred speech
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fainting
What Emergency Responders Want to Know
  • Person’s name and birthdate
  • Known prescribed medications
  • Known medical conditions or allergies
  • Substance – what it is, the amount, and when it was ingested
  • History of substance misuse and/or mental health concerns

When a person is unable to make decisions or recognize help is needed, a relative, friend or caregiver may guide them to evaluation and treatment. Emergency treatment can protect a person, or people threatened by that person’s behavior. Although our behavioral health advocates strive to work with the least restrictive intervention, there are times when emergency involuntary treatment can be the gateway to increased wellness.

North Range crisis counselors can evaluate concerns and help you explore options for the situation. Call 970.347.2120 option 2 for details.

At North Range Behavioral Health, we provide compassionate, comprehensive care for people who face mental health and addiction challenges.

The Crisis Resiliency Center at North Range is funded by The Weld Trust, a philanthropic organization that aims to positively impact the education and wellness of Weld County.