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It’s time to talk about mental health awareness

By Kelly Phillips-Henry, Guest Columnist | Sentinel Colorado May has arrived and with it, Mental Health Awareness Month. It’s a key time to consider our mental wellness, and the mental health of those near and dear to our hearts. This is especially important as we navigate our new normal and cope with the daily realities […]


Aurora Mental Health receives $4 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration

  Aurora Mental Health Center is one of only two Colorado agencies recently awarded a prestigious $4 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA). The grant will allow AuMHC to become a designated Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). CCBHC is a national model of excellence in behavioral health, providing community […]

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‘People Are Very Fearful’: Mental Health Seminar Draws 13,000 Coloradans

By Brian Maass | 4CBS Denver AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Dr. Mara Kailin, the Chief Clinical Officer with Aurora Mental Health Center, says she knew the coronavirus pandemic had people worried and anxious, but she was surprised by just how many listened in and participated in an April 7 telephone town hall on mental and public health. “It was surprising to […]


COVID-19 has unseen impacts on mental health, Dr. Mara Kalin says

By Kara Mason | Sentinel Colorado AURORA, Colo. — As each day goes by with people staying and working at home, Clinical Psychologist Dr. Mara Kalin said the COVID-19 crisis can wear away at people’s mental health. “One of the most difficult things in this time is that there is such a lack of predictability and […]