Highlands Behavioral Health System hosts many events and meetings on a variety of behavioral healthcare topics every month. Browse through our list of upcoming events and check back for future upcoming events. For additional details on an event, please call us at 720-348-2800.
Are you or a loved one experiencing a mental health crisis? Do not delay in seeking help. We are fully operational and ready to provide assessments and services. Call us 24/7 at 720-348-2800. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking proactive steps to keep our patients and team members safe, including screening all individuals upon entering the facility. For more information, read our full Health Alert at bit.ly/3cG4MMI. Our compassionate professionals are ready to help you today. ... See MoreSee Less
Sesame Street in Communities encourages parents to teach their children when and how to ask for help. Your child should not be afraid to ask an adult if they are being bullied. Together we can #stopbullying! #NationalBullyingPreventionMonth
According to the American Psychiatric Association "approximately 20% of intimate partner violence survivors reported experiencing a new onset of psychiatric disorders such as Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and a wide range of substance use disorders."
If you are struggling with your mental health due to domestic violence, we offer no-cost evaluations to help find you the support you need 24/7. If you or a loved one is a victim of domestic violence, please call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). ... See MoreSee Less
World Mental Health Day 2020 asks us to look at how we can better invest in our mental health, both globally and personally. With the realities of COVID-19 challenging many aspects of our lives and support systems, it is more important than ever to implement good self-care practices and reach out for help when you need it. Know that we are here for you and your loved ones, ready to provide the compassionate care you deserve. Call us any time at 720-348-2800.
“Youth who are bullied are at an increased rate for mental health problems.” As a parent, you may feel helpless and unsure how to rectify the situation. There are ways for adults to stop bullying and help children cope with teasing or bullying and help to lessen its lasting impact. #NationalBullyingPreventionMonth