It’s a stressful time.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our lives in ways we never knew possible; disrupting routines and piling stress on top of uncertainty.

It is completely normal to feel weary.

Now, more than ever, we need to take care of ourselves and check in on family, friends, and neighbors in safe and healthy ways.

We know that talking helps.

Sometimes we simply need to vent, release, or have a sounding board – and talking to a professional to navigate these times can be helpful.

North Range is committed to helping you.

The Warm Line supports any person at any time, no matter what the feeling – high or low.

This service is free and confidential and is staffed by mental health professionals who can:

  • Help with recognizing the steps that can be taken toward building new and lasting routines.
  • Offer support and suggestions for maintaining resilience.
  • Share tips on caring for health and well-being in new ways.

Let’s cool things down before a crisis heats up.
Call the warm line at 970.347.2359


North Range is here for you during COVID-19.

During this time, some of us may be more susceptible to unhealthy behaviors such as binge drinking or taking illicit drugs.

  • Substance use disorders are exacerbated by loneliness and feelings of despair.
  • If you or a loved one are at risk, please know there are resources and support out there to help you. Hazelden Betty Ford has some good resources on how to start the conversation. Besides telehealth treatment, many 12-step and other support groups have gone virtual.
  • Treatment works and change is possible. For treatment options, call 970.347.2120

We know that how we feel directly impacts those around us.

  • While poor well-being can be contagious, so can good mental health.
  • Taking care of yourself will have a direct impact on the loved ones in your life and will make you better equipped to listen to and support your family, friends, and neighbors who are struggling.
  • You can also learn how to do your part and support your community on helpcoloradonow.org.
  • Follow our Facebook page for encouragement, live stream support with tips on how to maintain healthy wellbeing.

There is no wrong door.

If ever your mental well-being becomes too difficult to maintain on your own, know that North Range is open, accepting new patients and is here to help if you or your loved one is struggling with concerning behavioral health symptoms.


Crisis Support Services are always available.

  • Our trained counselors provide immediate confidential help all day, every day.
  • Call 970.347.2120
  • Walk into 928 12th Street, Greeley
  • Text TALK to 38255

Resources for maintaining good mental health during COVID-19:

  • My Resilience is an educational self-help tool designed to help us deal with challenges faced due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The Good News Network is a great place to find positive stories.
  • The CDC has several recommendations to cope with increased stress.

Self-care tips during COVID-19:

Take breaks from media.

  • Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can become overly upsetting.  Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media.

Take care of your body.

  • Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate.
  • Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Get plenty of sleep.
  • Avoid alcohol and drugs.

Make time to unwind.

  • Technology is more pervasive in our lives and it can begin to affect our well-being.
  • Engage in activities that don’t require technology.
  • Try to do some other activities you enjoy or learn a new hobby – without applying pressure on yourself around mastery.

Connect with others.

  • Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.
  • Find ways to connect whether it be over the phone, computer, or through social distancing communications.

To ask about an appointment for telehealth counseling, find family and parenting support, to talk to someone about one of our programs and services, call 970.347.2120.

Warm Line: 970.347.2359

Crisis Support Services: Call 970.347.2120; Text TALK to 38255; Walk-in 928 12th Street, Greeley