Mind Springs Health & West Springs Hospital provide nearly 200,000 mental health and addiction services to almost 24,000 unique individuals of all ages. Consumer need and utilization of services grow steadily with many more still in need, yet gaps in services remain and stigma still prevents people from seeking help. Mind Springs Health, in partnership with community nonprofits, city and county governments, private practice therapists, primary and acute care physicians and a host of other community partners working together to identify gaps and innovate ways to meet the wide-range of mental health and addiction treatment needs.

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Ways to Give

When you give to Mind Springs Foundation, you are investing in your community’s mental health.

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Back to School

We are proud to share the “Back to School Toolkit” – a helpful resource for parents and teachers to help students returning to school, whether virtually or in person. Although this resource was developed when students returned to school after the pandemic, it is a wonderful toolkit for both parents and students to help identify and create good mental health habits. You can download the kit in English or in Spanish.

Life-Saving Community Training & Education

Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you identify, understand and respond to signs of addiction and mental illness. Mind Springs Foundation is working to DOUBLE the number of people on the Western Slope that receive Mental Health First Aid training.  Learn More

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