Mental Health Resources for Providers




Colorado Alliance for Resilient & Equitable Systems Serving the Health Care Workforce.

CO-CARES provides health care workers and public health professionals with resources to support recovery, as well as develop well-being and resilience at the personal, team, and organizational level.


Path4EMS is a free and confidential resource exclusively for certified and licensed Emergency Medical Service providers in Colorado.




RseponderStrong’s mission is to improve mental health support for emergency responders and their families through joint focuses on intervention and prevention. Their site serves as a resource map for responder-informed crisis and clinical services as well as easily accessible educational content and tools for responders, families, leaders, and the clinicians who work with them.

All Clear Foundation

All Clear Foundation is a 501c3 public charity whose mission is to improve the overall wellbeing and longevity of those who serve their communities in times of need. They believe that healthy Emergency Responders contribute to healthier communities.

Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)

Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is a method of helping first responders and others who have been involved in critical incidents that leave them emotionally and/or physically affected by those incidents.

Foundation 1023

Foundation 1023 is committed to supporting the emotional and mental wellness of First Responders and their support network who are experiencing illness, loss or stressful life events by providing confidential funding for emotional and mental wellness services, as well as access to peer supported outdoor activities and events designed for personal wellness and connection.

First Responder Trauma Counselors

First Responder Trauma Counselors provide specialized counseling for emergency services personnel and their family members, related to their work and home life and the variety of stressors in which affect them. Including but not limited to PTSI, anxiety, addiction, depression, and grief.

Advancing Warriors International

Advancing Warriors International is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit created by retired USAF Major and Psychiatrist Ellie Stevens, chosen as a Top Doctor in the Denver Area, to provide a space for men and women Veterans, service members, and emergency responders to rise above the stressors and traumas they have faced and to reconnect with God and one another.

Fire/EMS Helpline: 1-888-731-FIRE (3473)The Code Green Campaign

Code Green is a first responder-oriented mental health advocacy and education organization. It is not a crisis helpline; its mission is to bring awareness to the high rates of mental health problems in first responders and reduce them, eliminate the stigma that prevents people from admitting problems are present and asking for help, and educate first responders on self and peer care and to advocate systemic change in how mental health problems are addressed by first responder agencies.

Building Warriors

Building Warriors is a specialty group of private practice professional counselors and peer consultants supporting emergency responders and their families.  Even the strongest among us can feel lost, unsure, ambivalent, or unhappy at times.  We specialize in working with Emergency Responders and their families.  We can help manage whatever life may bring, we will attack issues and focus on finding a healthy balance within your mind, body, and heart. For more information or to schedule a class for your agency, call  (720) 504-6207.

Safe Call Now – (206) 459-3020

Safe Call Now is an emergency services-based emergency CONFIDENTIAL, comprehensive, 24-hour crisis referral service for all emergency services personnel and their family members nationwide. Speak confidentially with officers, public safety professionals, and/or mental health care providers who are familiar with your line of work. MAKE A SAFE CALL NOW: (206) 459-3020. Download a brochure for your colleagues and staff.

Colorado Crisis and Support Line 1-844-493-TALK (8255)

Get connected 24/7/365 with experienced professionals, counselors and peer specialists. Colorado Crisis and Support Line has 12 walk-in crisis service centers: Fort Collins, Greeley, Grand Junction, Pueblo, and Colorado Springs; and in metro Denver: Westminster, Lakewood, Littleton, Aurora (2), Boulder and Denver. Download an information card. For your agency offices and quarters download a rack card.