If you have a crisis situation, do not hesitate to reach out!
I HAVE A THERAPIST . . .
When you are an active or recent patient of a counselor, your first resource is often your therapist. Call or text (don't e-mail). Go to the THERAPISTS page for contact numbers. If it's more urgent don't hesitate to use other resources shown on this page.
I AM FEELING SUICIDAL . . .
There is help! Depression is a temporary mood, don't let it swallow you up. Make the call now: 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or text “TALK” to 38255. For immediate local help, call 9.1.1.
JUST NEED TO TALK . . .
We all need someone to talk with from time to time, but if you have no one or just want to remain anonymous, the Colorado Crisis Hotline is available day or night (1-844-493-8255, or text "TALK" to 38255; website here).
IF THERE IS ABUSE . . .
If you're the victim of abuse, please know that there is confidential and trustworthy help for you and your situation. Just call; your privacy will be respected, and there is no pressure to act. Call 970-879-8888 for Advocates of Routt County (website here).
IT'S ABOUT A CHILD . . .
If you're worried about the welfare of a child, elderly person, or anyone in a dependent situation, contact those who can help. The Routt County Child Abuse & Neglect Hotline (970-367-4056) or the Colorado Child Abuse & Neglect Hotline (1-844-264-5437).
IT'S ABOUT BULLYING . . .
Whether you're the victim or a witness; whether it is verbal, physical, or online; whether you're a friend or unconnected, bullying is serious! Don't be an "innocent bystander;" do the right thing. Safe2Tell is the answer: 1-877-542-7233 (website here).