Mental Health Forum To Pose Questions To Colorado's Candidates For GovernorAsk on the streets of Denver and you’ll find people are worried about mental health and the people with problems.
'We Have To Work Together': Coloradans Gather To Talk Guns, Mental HealthOn Sunday morning in Fellowship Hall at St. Andrews United Methodist Church a crowd gathered, but not for worship.
'Maybe You Should Pay Them More': Insurance Not Compensating Mental Health ProvidersMental health care advocates are blaming insurance companies for an alarming gap in service, according to a study.
Suicide Prevention Experts Focus On Talking About SuicideColorado is ranked 9th in the U.S. for suicides, that's about 20 suicides for every 100,000 people.
Colorado Campaign Tackles Stigma Of Mental IllnessThere is a stigma around mental illness. People feel embarrassed and ashamed. Now, a coalition of organizations in Colorado wants to change that by getting people talking.
Lawmakers Debate Overhaul In Mental Crisis TreatmentState lawmakers are debating a massive overhaul in how people going through a mental crisis are treated in Colorado. The bill has bipartisan support.
Advocates Want Funding, Change In Focus For Mental Health CareThis election advocates are urging candidates for the state Legislature to take a stand on mental health.
Mental Health Month Encourages Screening, Early TreatmentColorado Speaker of the House Dickey Lee Hullinghorst read a proclamation at the Capitol on Monday declaring May as Mental Health Month.
Mental Health Colorado Kicks Off Listening TourAn advocate group for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders kicked off a statewide listening tour on Wednesday. It's an effort to engage more citizens in the attempt to break through barriers to mental health care.