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Veterans Mental Health Services

Mental Health Service Resources for Veterans

Denver Springs - Hero's Program

Services Offered

24/7 screening and acceptance for all inpatient/outpatient programs
Emergency mental health services
Inpatient and Outpatient Mental Health
Detox, Inpatient and Outpatient Substance Use treatment
Adult, child and adolescent programs
Veteran programming

Englewood, CO
Parker, CO
How to Access

24/7 Line 720-594-4264
Call Englewood 720-594-4264
Call Parker 720-768-4781
Email [email protected]

Private Insurance
Medicaid (no Kaiser)
No Cost Walk-In Assessments

Douglas County Veterans Service Office

For our Veterans, we know, not all wounds are visible. Help has arrived in Douglas County.

A new full-time, specialized, Veteran-specific clinician is now working to serve Veterans in Douglas and Arapahoe counties. This position, an agreement with the community mental health center, AllHealth Network, was approved by the Board of Douglas County Commissioners during its regular Business Meeting Feb. 21, and the new clinician is now taking referrals.

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, between 11% and 20% of Veterans experience Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder each year – significantly more than the general population. Nearly 20,000 Veterans live in Douglas County and over 40,000 in Arapahoe County as of 2020.

The Douglas and Arapahoe County Veteran Service Offices (VSOs) will both identify Veterans in need of mental health and substance use treatment and refer them to the AllHealth Network Veteran clinician. Because Douglas County is funding the position, Commissioners requested the contract reflect that Douglas County veterans be prioritized for care.  Veterans with barriers to care, such as transportation or inability to cover the cost of treatment, will also be prioritized.

The clinician will be licensed, and either be a peer or have sufficient experience working with our nation’s heroes. Are you a Veteran in need of this or other assistance? Visit DouglasVeterans.org.

Family Care Center

Services Offered

  • Telehealth
  • Veteran programming
  • Individuals, couples, families
  • Children, youth, adults
  • Medication Management


  • Denver Metro
  • Highlands Ranch, CO

How to Access

  • Call 888-374-5066


  • Private Insurance (No Kaiser)

Rocky Mountain human Services (RMHS)

Services Offered

  • Single Entry Point (SEP): Intake and care coordination for: the elderly, blind, disabled; brain injury; mental health needs; spinal cord injury; children with life-limiting illness; children who are medically fragile.
  • Momentum and Transitions Specialist Program: Assists transitions for people from institutions (hospitals, mental health institutes), behavioral health and substance use settings to community living.
  • Homes for All Veterans: Outreach, case management and support in accessing services for veterans experiencing or at risk for homelessness.


  • Denver, CO

How to Access


  • No cost (will need to go through intake process to qualify)

Valley Hope of Parker

Services Offered

  • Residential/Inpatient Substance Use treatment
  • Medical Detox
  • Virtual Family Care
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Telecare
  • Co-Occurring Disorder treatment
  • Veteran programming
  • Free screening 24/7


  • Parker, CO

How to Access

  • Call for 24/7 for Admissions and Free Screening 800-544-5101
  • Call Parker Location 303-841-7857


  • Private Insurance
  • Flexible Payment Plans
  • Self-Pay
  • Call admissions to verify insurance

Veterans Crisis Line

24/7, confidential crisis support for Veterans and their loved ones.  You don’t have to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to connect.

Call 1-800-273-8255 and press 1