Support Groups

Having someone who understands your experience can be a crucial part of healing. Find out more about our Heartbeat Grief Support Group and You’re Not Alone Grief Support Group.


Community Resources


Many people think about suicide at some time during their lives. The following resources are available to help in Larimer County. If you live in another area, you can call the national toll-free hotline 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255), Emergency Services (911) or your local hotline or hospital emergency room. A full list of Larimer County Mental Health Resources is available below.

2017 Larimer Co Current MH Services


Emergency (police, ambulance, etc.) – 911

National Suicide Hotline – 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Colorado Crisis Support – 1-844-493-TALK (8255)

SummitStone Health Partners – (970) 494-4200

Emergency Walk-In Locations

SummitStone Walk-In Crisis Center – 1217 Riverside Avenue, Fort Collins

Poudre Valley Hospital – 1024 S Lemay Avenue, Fort Collins

Medical Center of the Rockies – 2500 Rocky Mountain Avenue, Loveland

McKee Hospital – 2000 Boise Avenue, Loveand

Estes Park Medical Center – 555 Prospect Avenue, Suite A, Estes Park


United Way 2-1-1 or (970) 407-7000


Therapist Referrals:

Connections: (Fort Collins) – (970) 221-5551

Loveland Counseling Connections – (970) 461-8944

SummitStone Health Partners (formerly known as TouchStone)- (970) 494-4200

CSU Counseling Center – (970) 491-6053 (day time); (970)-491-7111 (emergency after hours)

Mental Health America – Online Depression Screening


Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County – (970) 482-2209

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill – 1-800-950-6264

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance – 1-800-826-3632


Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County – (970) 482-2209

3 Hopeful Hearts- (970) 430-6136

Pathways for Grief and Loss – (970) 663-3500




Community Groups

The Friends & Family Support Group is an important resource for individuals who have a loved one with a mental illness. Knowing that others have had the same experience is a relief to families who have seldom spoken about mental illness to neighbors, friends, or often, even relatives. Learning that other have been able to work out some common issues can inspire hope.

Through the NAMI Family Support Groups, you will find:

  • A network of friends who care and understand
  • Ideas that help you take care of yourself and your family
  • A chance to share your experience and learn from others who have been there
3rd Tuesday of the month: 6:30 p.m.
SummitStone Health Partners
125 Crestridge Street (behind Tynan’s Nissan)
Contact: Laurie, 970-494-4359


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