Together We! Thrive: Support Services

Health & Wellness  |  January 22, 2021

Join us for this six-part support series for residents, families, team members, offering practical insights and tools to not only survive the Covid-19 Pandemic but also to Thrive, Together!

This series is being presented in cooperation with trained crisis counselors and CLC’s chaplain services. It is sponsored by Christian Living Communities (CLC), Cappella Living Solutions, and Colorado Spirit Program to benefit all 22 communities and services operated by CLC-Cappella. To join any of the events live, or to watch the recording afterward, visit our Facebook page.

Crisis Counseling Grant Funded National Response to Covid-19

Colorado Spirit is a short-term mental health wellness program, funded by a federal Covid-19 support grant. While Colorado Spirit is based in Colorado, and we will be the resource for further support in that state, we are one of many groups across the country associated with this grant. Below are resources listed for each state and county that CLC-Cappella operates in so that residents, families, and team members have somewhere to turn for further support. All of our services are free, anonymous, and conducted by phone, and available in multiple languages.

Colorado Support Resources

CLC-Cappella CO LocationsColorado Spirit Counselors
Denver CountyLutheran Family Services

Haley Sanner, Senior Care Specialist, 720-245-5449, haley.sanner@lfsrm.org

Arapahoe/ Douglas  CountyAll Health

Ayla Cook, Older Adult Specialist, 720-212-8013, Acook@allhealthnetwork.org

City of AuroraAurora Mental Health

Dr. Kristin Pyne, Senior Care Specialist, 303-617-2300, KristinPyne@aumhc.org

El Paso CountyAspen Pointe,

Contact: CovidResponse@aspenpointe.org, 719-299-2996

Jefferson CountyJefferson Center

Contact: co_spirit@jcmh.org, 720-731-4689

Broomfield CountyMental Health Partners

Contact: ccpteam@mhpcolorado.org, 303-443-8500

Mesa & Routt CountyMind Springs Health

Contact: 877-519-7505

Pueblo CountyHealth Solutions

Contact: 719-568-2564

Find local resources here

  1. Ohio – https://mha.ohio.gov/About-Us/Grants-and-Funding/Federal-Funding/COVID-19-Response#43851230-fema-crisis-counseling-and-assistance-program-Contact the careline
  2. Indiana – https://www.in.gov/fssa/files/Be_Well_Crisis_Helpline_press_release_FINAL.pdf
  3. Utah – https://utahafp.org/utah-strong-crisis-counseling-program-launches/
  4. Texas – http://www.heartoftexashomeless.org/texans-recovering-together-offers-crisis-counseling/
  5. Oklahoma – https://crsok.org/covid-crisis-counseling/

Please know that no matter what you are feeling, you are not alone. Our team and our associates in other states, are here to listen and guide you through the feelings, stressors, and emotions you may be experiencing right now.

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