Mental Health Resources

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It is normal to be scared, distressed or angry when you hear about a disease outbreak. Be careful not to turn fear and anger towards people who have become sick. Ask yourself:

  • Would you think or do the same thing if this was a different infectious disease, like the flu?
  • Does what I’m doing make people safer or does it create more fear or harm?

Recognize signs of stress in yourself. Identify what you are afraid of. Figure out if what you fear is something that you can address right now. If not, know what activities help you release energy from stress and fear, such as physical activity, listening to music, or talking with someone you trust. Do something that puts you in a positive mood.

If you are stressed, anxious, lonely, depressed, angry, or all of the above, you are not alone. We are in this together, and caring mental health professionals are available if you need to talk. Just call 877-519-7505. and offer self-guided meditations, soothing self-care exercises, and coping and resiliency skills, with new resources added every day. 

All Mind Springs Health offices are open for business virtually, providing services by video or over the phone. Call 970-887-2179 to learn more or to make an appointment. 

You can also call Colorado Crisis Services for free, confidential, professional, 24/7 support (1-844-493-8255; Text “TALK” to 38255).

Contact Us

  1. Follow Grand County Public Health on Facebook for accurate and current information on COVID-19 in Grand County.

    COVID Response Team Main Office

    Domestic Violence (GC Advocates)

    Mental Health (Mind Springs)

    Community Resources




    Colorado’s call line for general questions about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), providing answers in multiple languages:
    303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911