CCA Mental Health and Counseling Services

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CCA Mental Health and Counseling Services provides short-term individual therapy sessions to currently-enrolled students.

To schedule your first session complete a mental health counseling referral or simply create a BetterMynd account by following this link:

If you have questions about creating a BetterMynd account or would like assistance in doing so, please contact [email protected] or 303-360-4771.

View BetterMynd flyer HERE.

If You Are Experiencing a Mental Health Crisis:

Dial 988


Call the Colorado Crisis Line at 844-493-TALK (8255), 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Callers to the Colorado Crisis Line, 844-493-TALK (8255) are connected with experienced professionals, counselors, and peer specialists who are able to provide immediate support and connect callers to further resources. Crisis line available 24/7.

You may also TEXT “Talk” to 38255.

Other Resources Available in the Aurora/Denver Community

Connect to CARE for Aurora Residents

Get quick access to a licensed therapist for help with mental health and relationship challenges. You don’t need an appointment to talk with someone today – just call or walk in.
Visit the Aurora Mental Health Center’s Connect to Care webpage.

791 Chambers Road, Suite 220
Aurora, CO 80011
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Mental Health Center of Denver

To schedule a first time appointment call 303-504-7900 (Medicaid or No Insurance) or Willshire Clinic for individuals with insurance at 303-504-6565.

Crisis Walk-In Center at Anschutz

You may also go to the Anschutz Medical Campus where support is available for anyone experiencing a behavioral health crisis. Walk in support is available from the (All Ages) 24 Hours, 2206 Victor Street, Aurora, CO.

Veterans Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255, press 1 or or text to 838255

Trevor Project Hotline (For LGBTQIA+ Youth)


Transgender Suicide Hotline



An anonymous, confidential, online resource center with important information on mental health and suicide prevention for the CCA community. There, college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. ULifeline is available where college students seek information the most – at their fingertips on the Internet. Visit CCA’s ULifeline webpage.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you or someone you know is thinking of, talking about, or wants information about suicide, call (800) 273- 8255 (TALK).RAINN – If you need help with Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence, contact (800) 656-4673 (HOPE).