When an issue becomes a crisis, knowing where to start is the hardest part about getting help. At North Range Behavioral Health, you have options:

Additional resources:

  • The Crisis Resiliency Center

    The Crisis Resiliency Center

    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.
    Learn more about The Crisis Resiliency Center at North Range’s compassionate support.
  • Colorado Crisis ServicesColorado Crisis Services

    North Range Behavioral Health is a provider of Colorado Crisis Services. Our trained professionals provide free, immediate, and confidential help all day, every day.

    • Call: 844.493.TALK (8255)
    • Text TALK to 38255
    • Walk in: 928 12th Street in Greeley
    • Find other Colorado walk-in centers at ColoradoCrisisServices.org

    Reach for help — for mental health, substance use or emotional support — for yourself or someone you know. Call 1.844.493.TALK (8255), or text TALK to 38255 to contact a trained professional.

  • Colorado Crisis Services

    What to look for:
    • Serious depression
    • Obvious stress or worry
    • Feelings of worthlessness, guilt, or hopelessness
    • Comments about death
    • Difficulty concentrating and making decisions
    • Giving away prized possessions
    • Preoccupation with death or dying
    • Sudden drop in school or work performance
    • Change in appetite or energy
    • Change in sleeping habits
    • Loss of interest in favorite things
    • Isolation
    • Fatigue or decreased energy
    Learn more information about our Suicide Education and Support Services
  • Overdose


    Signs of overdose could include, but are not limited to:
    • Unresponsiveness
    • Shallow breathing
    • Excessive vomiting
    • Coma
    • Tremors
    • Slurred speech
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Passing out
    If you suspect an individual has overdosed, call 911 immediately.
    Over-consumption of prescribed, illegal, or over-the-counter substances can result in serious harm. An overdose requires immediate medical attention and can be fatal. If you suspect overdose, call 911.
  • Emergency responders

    Emergency responders

    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
    • History of substance misuse and/or mental health