Aurora Mental Health Center Highlights How to Find Help and Resiliency During COVID

Recently, Aurora Mental Health Center's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anne Garrett-Mills, discussed the different emotional reactions we all have felt due to the COVD-19 pandemic in a segment on 9News. As we have now surpassed the one-year mark of the existence of COVID-19 and the changes it has had on our daily routines, it is important to look to self-care, resiliency, and finding help if necessary. Dr. Garrett-Mills outlines how we can self-assess our feelings and the determine what the best solution is to meet those needs.

Aurora Mental Health Center is not only a Federally Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), but it is also a part of Colorado's network of Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs). Colorado's CMHCs cover every county in our state. You can find the location closest to you by visiting CBHC's Behavioral Health Providers webpage.

Remember, behavioral help is always available, and you don't have to go through it alone. If you or someone you know wants to talk about any mental health, substance use, or emotional concern, Colorado Crisis Services can help, 24/7/365.

Just call 844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 and you’ll be connected with a trained professional who will provide free, confidential support, and who can connect you with additional resources if needed.