We are prepared and ready to treat patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, the condition caused by the coronavirus that first appeared in late 2019. Our clinical team has been specially trained on how to identify, isolate and treat patients with this and other contagious illnesses. However, for perspective, our bigger threat in the Rocky Mountain region is seasonal influenza – and it's not too late to get your flu vaccine. If you have questions, please contact your child's doctor or call our ParentSmart Healthline™ at 720-777-0123.
In life-threatening emergencies, find the emergency room location nearest you. For non-life-threatening medical needs when your pediatrician is unavailable, visit one of our convenient urgent care locations.
It’s not always easy to tell others that your child has challenges managing their thoughts or feelings. And it might not be easy for your child to express that either. Even though it's normal for people of any age to experience these challenges, our culture has told us we need to fear them.
How can we help each other with mental health?
In this video, we ask where the stigma originated and what we can all do to support each other to get help.
Join us in breaking the stigma of mental health by sharing this video with your friends and family. For additional tips on how you can help to fight stigma, visit Let’s Talk Colorado.
Mental health resources and emergency information
If you or someone you know is struggling or considering harming themselves, please contact the Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text HOME to 741741.
“We’re not embarrassed that Claire has mental health issues. We understand that it’s like having a medical issue; we certainly wouldn’t make fun of a child who has diabetes, an amputated leg, or a bald head because they have cancer.” – Brenda Gaughan, Claire’s mom