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AuMHC Program Manager, Michael Driscoll talks to Mile High Living

When to Get Help With Your Mental Health

Michael Driscoll, AuMHC crisis program manager talks to Mile High Living about signs that someone should get professional mental health help such as increased substance use, decreases in one’s mood, changes in sleeping patterns among others. If you or someone you know is in need of help, please contact us at 303.617.2300. Walk-in services are...

Does My Kid Need Help?

Kids are resilient. Whether it’s physical sickness or injury, a major disappointment, a move to a new home, or the passing of a family pet, kids seem to have a special power that helps them heal and return to balance—to regain “the aliveness of the present moment”—as the spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle describes it. But...

Coping With Fear and Stress During COVID-19

Job loss. Financial stress. Worrying about family and friends. It’s a difficult time. There’s so much fear, worry, and uncertainty as we stay at home, transition to safer at home, and isolate ourselves during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. It’s important to remember, even when stress, anxiety, and depression seem unmanageable, there are resources available to...

Increased Suicide Risk During COVID-19 Isolation

Are you okay? Is isolation triggering thoughts of suicide? Before physical and social isolation due to COVID-19, aspects of life could be difficult and painful, but now, in our ever-changing world everything is amplified, including negative thoughts and feelings, leading to emotional distress. Feeling anxious, confused, overwhelmed, afraid, angry, or powerless isn’t abnormal during this...

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