Are you in crisis?
Is someone you care about in crisis?
You are not alone. Crisis support professionals are ready to help 24/7/365.
- Call the statewide hotline at 800.493.TALK (8255).
- Call 970.347.2120 (press 2).
- Text TALK to 38255.
- Come to 928 12th Street in Greeley.
- Find other Colorado walk-in centers at www.coloradocrisisservices.org
Our first priority is addressing the immediate crisis, then help you or your loved one get on the road to recovery. A crisis can lead to positive change and health resolution.
For MEDICAL emergencies where there is physical injury, call 911.
Involuntary Holds – if someone is a danger to others or him/herself
It may be necessary to take someone incapacitated by mental illness, drugs or alcohol to a facility for professional evaluation and treatment – even if the person is unwilling. This may have to be done to protect that person or others who are threatened by his or her behavior. While difficult for all involved, involuntary treatment can lead to very positive change.
If you think this is necessary, call the North Range Behavioral Health crisis phone line: 970.347.2120 (press 2). The on-call crisis counselor will evaluate your concern and explain the options and resources available.
If you or someone you care about is experiencing the warning signs of suicide, call 970.347.2120 (press 2), call 1.800.273.TALK (8255), or come to 928 12th Street in Greeley immediately–anytime, day or night.
SUICIDE: 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
- Fatigue or decreased energy
Click here for more information about our Suicide Education and Support Services.
Signs of overdose could include, but are not limited, to:
- Shallow breathing
- Excessive vomiting
- Slurred speech
- Difficulty breathing
- Passing out
If someone intentionally or unintentionally consumes prescribed, illegal, or over-the-counter substances, it can result in serious harm. An overdose requires immediate medical attention and can be fatal.
If you suspect an individual has overdosed, call 911 immediately.
Helpful information for emergency responders includes:
- Name and date of birth of individual
- Known prescribed medications
- Known medical conditions and allergies
- Substance ingested and amount
- When substance was ingested
- History of abuse and mental health issues
Trauma or Disaster Aftermath
We all use the word “trauma” to mean a highly stressful or disturbing event or experience. But trauma is really a unique individual experience. Longer-term reactions include unpredictable emotions, flashbacks, strained relationships and even physical symptoms like headaches or nausea. While these feelings are normal, some people have difficulty moving on with their lives.
Disasters such as floods and fires – events we are very familiar with in Colorado – can often cause trauma.
If you are experiencing trauma, we are here to help. Call 970.347.2120, and we can help assess your situation, help get you on the path to recovery, and/or link you to resources that can help.