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Honoring and respecting all persons

Dear Neighbor, The collective human cry of grief and outrage in response to the death of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis, MN continues to inspire public protests and demonstrations in communities across the country. Closer to home, the city of Denver has ongoing nights of National Guard-supported curfews, through Friday morning, intended […]

Importance of self-care during COVID19

Dr. Mara Kailin, AuMHC chief clinical officer, talks about ways to practice self-care at home, because we’re all experiencing increased anxiety and stress. Some things to consider are a healthy routine, sleep pattern, exercise and remembering what we’re grateful for.


Benefits of telehealth care

Dr. Mara Kailin, AuMHC chief clinical officer, talks to 9NEWS (KUSA) about providing mental health care through telehealth, and the benefits of serving clients and the community in this way.


Stopping the mental health stigma

Dr. Mara Kailin, Dr. Mara Kailin, AuMHC chief clinical officer, talks to Denver 9 News about Mental Health Awareness Month. This month is about stopping the stigma and talking about mental wellness. If you need help, call 303-617-2300, option 2, to speak to a therapist now.

AuMHC offers support line

Dr. Kirsten Anderson, Auora Mental Health (AuMHC) deputy director, spoke to Denver7 about added stress during Safer at Home. To help people and the community, AuMHC’s Support Line is available at 303-617-2300 Option 2.