Mental Health

Address:

1330 Quail Lake Loop, Suite 200, Colorado Spring, CO 80906

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Individual counseling, family counseling, and group therapy. Tricare insurance accepted for all our services.

E-Mail: SButler@afamilyharbor.org
Phone: 719-465-5000
Website: www.afamilyharbor.org
Contact Name: Sherie Butler
Fax Number: 719-465-5101
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The mission of A Family Harbor is to provide family and children's services to strengthen individuals to achieve self-sufficiency, family preservation, and emotional well-being.


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3405 Downing Street Denver Colorado 80205

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Veterans Reintegration Program, Housing, Meals,Job Search assistance, Transportation, Home environment, Veterans Staff, Resident Veteran Phd counselor, life-skills, Legal assistance, Clothing, Food bank, Financial Guidance, Drug/Alcohol Counseling

E-Mail: kmanosh@msn.com
Phone: 303-477-0006
Website: http://www.denveracts.org
Contact Name: Kenneth Manosh
Fax Number: 303-477-1516
Alternate Email Address: Nancyrobles@aol.com
Alternate Phone Number: 720-435-5213
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The Veterans Assistance Program supports Homeless/end of deployment displaced Veterans in their reintergration back into society, by providing shelter,basic needs and resources. Because the words homeless and Veterans should never be used together,They fought for our lives, we fight to get their's back.


Address:

PO Box 1101, Brighton, CO 80601

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Free mental health support therapy sessions with certified licensed therapeutic combat veterans, emergency financial assistance, Adopt-a-Soldier/Unit- collect essentials food/toiletry/magazine items and ship to troops serving in harm's way.

E-Mail: dq@amf100.org
Phone: 303-746-8195
Website: www.amf100.org
Contact Name: Debbie Quackenbush
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American Military Family provides emergency financial aid, therapeutic mental health relief, reintegration assistance and peer support to our troops and their families.


Address:

9250 E Costilla Ave, Suite 655, Greenwood Village, CO 80112

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Assisting military Veterans and their families in applying for Department of Veterans Affairs benefits

E-Mail: ssykes@firstcfs.com
Phone: 720-242-8027 ext 1015
Website: www.apscnp.org
Contact Name: Shari Sykes
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The mission of American Patriot Service Corp. is to serve our military veterans and their families by helping veterans and their surviving spouses apply for pension and health care benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. We are grateful, passionate, and committed to help those who have served our country, and to do so at no cost to them. We perform our service to veterans and their families with an unwavering commitment to our core values and the highest professional standards and reputation.


Address:

220 Ruskin Drive., Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Services:

Resource Navigation; Employment Services; Mentorship

E-Mail: Catherine.Mayberry@aspenpointe.org
Phone: 719-246-4111
Website: www.aspenpointe.org
Contact Name: Catherine Mayberry
Fax Number: 719-391-7523
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Empowering clients. Enriching lives.  Embracing purpose.


Address:

1247 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

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Housing Assistance, Employment Assistance, VA Benefits, Public Benefits, Community Resource Navigation, Financial Health, Volunteer Opportunities, Reintegration & Peer Support

E-Mail: vsc@voacolorado.org
Phone: 720-501-3367
Website: www.voacolorado.org/veteran-services-center
Contact Name: Brenton Hutson
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The Bill Daniels Veteran Services Center is a collaboration of Federal, state, and local community organizations dedicated to serving Veterans in need.


Address:

1385 S. Colorado Blvd, Suite A606, Denver, CO 80222

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Resource information, referral & navigation, adaptive recreation programs ("Challenge By Choice"), support groups (specific to brain injury).

E-Mail: max@biacolorado.org
Phone: 303-355-9969
Website:  www.biacolorado.org
Contact Name: Max Winkler
Fax Number: 303-355-9968
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To improve the quality of life for people with brain injuries by connecting survivors with resources to help navigate the path of rehabilitation.


Address:

3066 South Granby Street, Aurora, CO 80014

Services:

Referrals for services needed, emergency funds when we have the resources, counseling/camaraderie.

E-Mail: paulasarlls@comcast.net
Phone: 303-766-9023
Website: www.wmaco1.org
Contact Name: Paula Sarlls
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To preserve and promote the history and traditions of women Marines. To provide assistance to hospitalized veterans and members of the Armed Forces. To promote the civic and social welfare of the community.


Address:

602 South Nevada Avenue

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Individual and group counseling for Veterans and their families. Family counseling for military related issues. Bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death. Military sexual trauma counseling and referral. Outreach and education including PDHRA, community events, etc. Substance abuse assessment and referral. Employment assessment & referral. VBA benefits explanation and referral. Screening & referral for medical issues including TBI, depression, etc.

E-Mail: austin.wilmarth@va.gov
Phone: 719-471-9992
Website: www.vetcenter.va.gov
Contact Name: Austin Wilmarth
Fax Number: 719-632-7571
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Vet Centers serve veterans and their families by providing a continuum of quality care that adds value for veterans, families, and communities. Care includes professional education, outreach to special populations, the brokering of services with community agencies, and provides a key access link between veterans and other services in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.


Address:

PO Box 27621, Denver, CO 80227

Services:

Free trauma informed yoga

E-Mail: mktimbel@gmail.com
Phone: 3039562921
Website: www.comebackyoga.org
Contact Name: Margot K. Timbel
Fax Number: 3039068555
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Provide quality trauma-informed yoga teaching accessible to veterans and their family; provide teacher training to improve the quality of trauma-informed teaching; provide scholarship to teacher training for veterans to attain their 200 hour teacher certification.


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At 18 sites supported by a Washington, D.C-area headquarters, DVBIC treats, supports, trains and monitors service

E-Mail: info@dvbic.org
Phone: 800-870-9244
Website: www.dvbic.org
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To serve active duty military, their beneficiaries, and veterans with traumatic brain injuries through state-of-the-art clinical care, innovative clinical research initiatives and educational programs.


Address:

1st floor Ewing, 1055 Clermont St., Denver, CO 80220

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Mental health counseling and psychiatric emergency service.

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Psychiatric Emergency Service is available: Monday - Friday 8:00-6:00.


Address:

7465 E. 1st Avenue Suite B Denver, CO 80230

Services:

We provide individual, family and group counseling for Veterans and their families. Additionally, we provide military sexual trauma counseling and bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death. We see veterans with any discharge other than dishonorable and you do not need to be signed up for VA healthcare to use Vet Center Services.

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Contact Name: Jessica LaBudda, MSW, Outreach Program Specialist
Fax Number: 303-326-0715
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Vet Centers serve veterans and their families by providing a continuum of quality care that adds value for veterans, families, and communities. Care includes professional readjusment counseling, community education, outreach to special populations, the brokering of services with community agencies, and provides a key access link between the veteran and other services in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.


Address:

415 Cranbrook Drive

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Home of Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression (CR). We offer resources for Veterans and their families to get CR, an online non-medical sequencing process where help our clients find the driver behind PTSD, MST, and Suicide Ideation and permanently neutralize that driver while in the client's home over their computer.

E-Mail: info@evolutionaryhealer.com
Phone: 828-676-2535
Website: www.globalprojectsrepetitivebehavior.com
Contact Name: Terry Earthwind Nichols
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Alternate Phone Number: 763-464-5785
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Global Project for Repetitive Behavior is the first project for our 501c(3) and is inv9olved in research, education, and development as well as fund raising to support Veterans and their familes.


Address:

7193 S. Dillon Ct., Englewood, CO 80112

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Offers full-access service dogs to veterans free of charge and support for client/dog team.

E-Mail: Jboone@freedomservicedogs.org
Phone: 303-922-6231
Website: www.freedomservicedogs.org
Contact Name: Jane Boone
Fax Number: 303-922-6234
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The mission of Freedom Service Dogs is to enhance the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and custom training them for individual client needs.


Address:

6750 S. College Ave, Fort Collins, CO

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Front Range Ranch & Rescue adopts abandoned and or abused horses and animals. We care for and rehabilitate these animals and train them to assist in successful integration and readjustment of individuals. We specialize in equestrian therapy for disabled Veterans; addressing various challenges Veterans and family members experience using animal and equine assisted therapy.

E-Mail: frontrangeranchndrescue@gmail.com
Phone: 308-539-7428
Website: frontrangeranchandrescue.org
Contact Name: Amy Myhre
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Rescue horses Adopt horses Rehabilitate horses Train horses to be companions Utilize EAGALA an internationally accredited and tested therapeutic process Use of a team of certified professionals an Equine Specialists and Equine Mental Health therapists


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Clinics located in Denver and Fort Collins

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Free care clinic services to veterans and their families, including: Acupuncture,Cranio-Sacral therapy and Healing Touch to ease pain and Post Traumatic Stress symptoms.

E-Mail: ayelen@healingwarriorsprogram.org
Phone: 720-231-9484 or 303-522-6113
Website: www.healingwarriorsprogram.org
Contact Name: Ana Yelen or Shelley Poland
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To advance individual wellbeing for Veterans and their families through complementary care services and education.


Address:

6127 West 16th Street

Services:

We provide a unique means of helping Veterans and their families how to navigate the difficulties of PTSD, TBI and MST (MSA) by using relationship therapy with a horse. We offer Psycho Social Services, Substance Abuse, Family Therapy, Vocational Rehabilitation Services & (PT, OT, ST), Eating Disorder Treatment and a RESPID experience with a 1,200-pound animal in a non-riding program staffed by veterans and professional counselors. See what they say about the horses: http://youtu.be/DdOucy8R4RE

E-Mail: richard@coloradotherapyhorses.com
Phone: 9703025204
Website: http://www.ColoradoTherapyHorses.com/
Contact Name: Richard C. McMahan
Fax Number: 9703025204
Alternate Email Address: richard@coloradotherapyhorses.com
Alternate Phone Number: 970-430-0785
Alternate Contact Method: Frank Garcia
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HIS, Inc., dba as the Colorado Therapy Horses, and the Wounded Human Project serving humans at G.I. Joey’s Training Center is a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to serving men and women through various means of relationship counseling, mentoring and other services to become productive parts of their communities, locally and nationally. We do this in part through a unique Equine Therapy called “Natural Humanship Training” which is one of the few methods that integrates “natural” horsemanship principals while ingeniously allowing the human to be trained by the horse (Watch this YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/ftae9tFSqVc).


Address:

4851 Independence Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-6715

Services:

Veteran/ family counseling, juvenile programs, vocational readiness assistance.

E-Mail: carll@jcmh.org
Phone: 303-432-5054
Website: www.jeffersonmentalhealth.org
Contact Name: Carl LoFaro, LSW
Fax Number: 303 432-5071
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To inspire hope, improve lives and strengthen our community by providing mental health and related solutions for individuals and families.


Address:

619 Scorpio Dr Littleton, Co 80124

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Take veterans and wounded soldiers out fishing for a day.

E-Mail: djwilliams@justoneday.net
Phone: 303-907-0501
Website: www.justoneday.net
Contact Name: DJ Williams
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Alternate Phone Number: 720-448-1682
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The concept was to give our disabled heroes and veterans some free time to simply enjoy nature and experience a break in their medical recovery program routine, and to help them with their physical and mental rehabilitation.


Address:

1000 Thomas Jefferson Street NW Washington, DC 20007

Services:

Resources to support programs in meeting the needs of individuals with SCI, TBI and burn injuries.

E-Mail: msktc@air.org 
Phone: 202-403-5600
Website: www.msktc.org
Contact Name: Deeza-Mae Smith
Fax Number: 202-403-6783
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Supports the Model Systems programs in meeting the information needs of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal cord injury (SCI), and burn injury by summarizing research.


Address:

215 North Main Street, White River Junction, VT 05006

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Education and research for PTSD and stress-related disorders.

E-Mail: NCPTSD@va.gov
Phone: 802-296-5132
Website: www.ptsd.va.gov  
Contact Name: George Decker
Fax Number: 802-296-5135
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To advance the clinical care and social welfare of America's Veterans and others who have experienced trauma, or who suffer from PTSD.


Address:

992 S. 4th Ave #100-512, Brighton CO 80601

Services:

PTSD information and a self cure manual

E-Mail: kenisallc@aol.com
Phone: 720-685-1914
Website: www.naturalpsychologyfoundation.com
Contact Name: Jonathan Isaacs
Fax Number: 360-364-2636
Alternate Email Address: johnnysafarient@aol.com
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Mission:

Natural Psychology Foundation was organized to create, develop and sponsor the use of corroborated knowledge of mental processes. The Foundation will promote discoveries and use of factual knowledge of built-in gifts of nature with the purpose of improving human life experience. Hundreds of millions of people need and wait for that benefit. Natural Psychology will build upon the important discoveries of valid knowledge of emotion dynamics and useful functions that are finally bringing full and lasting cure and prevention of neurosis. New knowledge has begun to recover useful lives for the multitudes of suffering people. Valid theory and its formulations will supplant the irrelevant, ineffectual treatments wastefully applied over the many centuries. By encouraging and fostering search for further discoveries of facts of natural mental processes and discarding the unproved, ineffectual, creatively imagined elements of currently dominant incurative schools of thought, psychology will advance from an interesting field of study into an increasingly useful field of science. First projects of Foundation: Disseminating knowledge to the general public, military, judiciary, and legislatures of the self-curative valid understanding of cause, mental process, and cure of neurosis that ultimately will free humanity from such disorders as: Panic, phobia, PTSD, conversion (from psychological trouble into physical problems), reactive depression, rage storms that lead to murder, mayhem, and tendencies toward drugs or suicide, etc. Informing and teaching academic scientists and philosophers about the defects in current schools of thought. and of valid elements of theory that corrects those. Offering valid theory of mental processes to therapists to enable them to understand and actually cure patients. Distributing information to enable parents to raise children to be invulnerable to neurosis and other problems, resulting from affect phobia, for all future generations. Communicating knowledge of improving life experience to build a more civil human society. ​


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17 S. Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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Provides peer support for Combat Veterans who suffer from cognitive issues related to Traumatic Brain Injury and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and have a commitment to recover.

E-Mail: mmiller@operationphoenixrecovery.org
Phone: 719-322-9650 or 719-505-3166
Website: www.operationphoenixrecovery.org
Contact Name: Bill Montgomery or Matthew Miller
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To provide a safe, supportive environment for members in recovery who wish to become a Phoenix and rise from the ashes of their previous experiences, and learn the skills necessary to be positive and productive members of society.


Address:

307 S 12th Street, Grand Junction, Co,81501

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Visit us and America at info@operationrevamp.org to identify our abundant services that at the ready available.

E-Mail: info@operationrevamp.org
Phone: 970-462-3126
Website: www.operationrevamp.org
Contact Name: Wendy, Dave, Dallas, JoeQ
Fax Number: 970-628-1308
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We are an 'all volunteer" organization empowered to create supertunities for a variety of healing activities for Veteran's, military family members and others passions and sufferings from trauma related mental injuries. We are fully engaged at raising awareness of psychological scarring and traumatic brain injuries and how artistic avenues can beneficially heal our heroes, families and communities. We have multiple resources at providing art and related opportunities to aide in healing of mental health issues through personal exploration and skill building. We also collaborate with other agencies, non-profits and members of the community. We endeavor to provide our many-faceted studios, gallery, gift shop, wood shop and music studio, plethora of media, tools, equipment and instruments freely available to all whom sacrificed for freedom.


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3035 W. 25th Avenue Denver CO 80211 and 13693 E. Iliff Avenue. Suite 112, Aurora, CO 80014

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Counseling, group activities and training in a safe and supportive community.

E-Mail: rickbeaver@peoplehouse.org
Phone: 303-480-5130 or Rick's Cell 303-866-9243
Website: www.peoplehouse.org
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People House provides opportunities for personal and spiritual growth in a safe supportive community.


Address:

935 Logan St, Unit 310, Denver, CO 80203

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Our goal is to help heal the emotional wounds of military veterans by pairing them with a shelter animal that is specially selected to match his or her personality. Professional animal trainers rehabilitate the animals and teach them good manners to fit into the veteran’s lifestyle. Training can also include desensitization to wheel chairs or crutches as well as recognizing panic or anxiety disorder behaviors.

E-Mail: Denver-Co@pets-for-vets.com
Phone: 804-477-2573
Website: www.pets-for-vets.com
Contact Name: JC Snider
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The Pets for Vets program is dedicated to supporting veterans and providing a second chance for shelter pets by rescuing, training and pairing them with America’s veterans who could benefit from a companion animal.


Address:

218 W COLORADO AVE STE 102

Services:

Sobriety, Drug rehabilitation, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy.

E-Mail: Jacob@phoenixmultisport.org
Phone: 720-440-9175
Website: www.phoenixmultisport.org
Contact Name: Jake Carrithers
Fax Number: 866-893-5884
Alternate Email Address: cara@phoenixmultisport.org
Alternate Phone Number: 719-434-3387
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Phoenix Multisport fosters a supportive, physically active community for individuals who are recovering from alcohol and substance abuse and those who choose to live a sober life. Through pursuits such as climbing, hiking, strength training, yoga, mountain biking, socials and other activities, we seek to help our members develop and maintain the emotional strength they need to stay sober. We also have a specific Military Program which helps members transition to the larger community.


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3570 East 12th Ave, Suite 104, Denver, CO 80206

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Specializing in treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder using evidence based practice techniques to include Prolonged Exposure therapy and Cognitive Processing therapy.

E-Mail: preceptcounseling@gmail.com
Phone: 303-586-5013
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6050 Stetson Hills Dr suite 245, Colorado Springs, CO 80923

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Psychological photography services both teaching and taking for Wounded Warriors and organizations that support Wounded Warriors. We refer warriors to the organizations that can help them with their specific needs. We run the Wounded Warrior Sled Hockey League where Wounded Warriors can be on a team and play sled hockey. We recruit warriors for other non profits that have events. We partner with other organizations in support of suicide prevention missions We create events for warriors to participate in 501 (c) 3 is pending

E-Mail: Brian@projectwoundedego.com
Phone: 717-9-VET-EGO
Website: www.ProjectWoundedEgo.com
Contact Name: Brian Gliba, Founder
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Alternate Phone Number: 2106676594
Alternate Contact Method: www.facebook.com/projectwoundedego
Mission:

Every Wounded Warrior has a wounded ego in one form or another, we try to mend the ego using Wounded Warriors that help other Wounded Warriors through psychological photography and others services in support of suicide prevention in the veteran population.


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263 West 38th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10018

Services:

Dog Tags: Service Dogs for Those Who’ve Served Us was established by Puppies Behind Bars (PBB) in 2006 to provide service dogs to combat veterans returning home from Iraq (OIF) and Afghanistan (OEF) who have suffered a physical injury, including traumatic brain injury (TBI) or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). *** Puppies Behind Bars is a 501(c)3 based out of NYC, but offers services available to CO veterans. We have placed 54 service dogs with veterans across the nation to date, five of which are in CO.

E-Mail: nora@puppiesbehindbars.com
Phone: 212-680-9562
Website: www.puppiesbehindbars.com
Contact Name: Nora Moran, Director, Dog Tags Program
Fax Number: 212-689-9330
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Puppies Behind Bars trains prison inmates to raise service dogs for wounded war veterans and explosive detection canines for law enforcement.


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8354 Northfield Blvd., Suite 3700 Denver, CO 80238

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We provide lodging at no cost to active duty military, veterans and their families while they're receiving medical treatment from the Denver VA or approved VA facility.

E-Mail: Sara@denverfisherhouse.org
Phone: 720-383-0801
Website: www.rockymountainfisherhouse.org
Contact Name: Sara Morris
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The Rocky Mountain Fisher House serves those who have served by providing a "home-away-from-home" at no cost to service members, veterans, or their families while they're receiving medical treatment for illness, disease, or injury.


Address:

24 S. Weber St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903 ALT: 9900 E. llliff Avenue, Denver, CO 80231

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Veteran Employment Services: Employment readiness and job placement services to Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, as well as subsidized employment to low-income Veterans.

Homes for All Veterans: Services and resources for Veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Peer Mentorship: Peer mentoring for El Paso County and Teller County Veterans participating in the Veterans Treatment Court.

E-Mail: info@rmhumanservices.org
Phone: 855-838-7428
Website: www.rmhumanservices.org/mvp
Contact Name: Richard Houy or Crystal Tovar
Fax Number: 719-323-2603
Alternate Email Address: HAVreferrals@rmhumanservices.org
Alternate Phone Number: 855-355-6824
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RMHS’ Military & Veteran Programs assist active duty military personnel and Veterans with a variety of services to enhance their physical and mental well-being, ease their transition to civilian life, restore their pride, reconnect with family and friends and pursue fulfilling, meaningful lives.


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225 S. Boulder Rd., Louisville, CO 80027

Services:

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to treat brain injuries, PTSD Counseling, logistical assistance for out of town veterans.

E-Mail: ryan@rockymountainhbot.com
Phone: 303-442-4124
Website: www.rmhabi.org
Contact Name: Ryan Fuller 
Fax Number: 303-666-2112
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To improve the quality of life for people suffering from brain injuries, by providing financial support and logistical assistance to individuals who are seeking rehabilitation through hyperbaric oxygen therapy.o improve the quality of life for people suffering from brain injuries in the Rocky Mountain region by providing financial support and logistical assistance to individuals who are seeking rehabilitation through hyperbaric oxygen therapy and to promote education and understanding to the community regarding the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.


Address:

1055 Clermont Street, Denver, CO 80220

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Provides a home away from home for families of hospitalized veterans.

E-Mail: Joy.Weyna-King@va.gov
Phone: 888-336-8262 ext. 2049 or 303-399-8020 ext 2049
Website: www.denverfisherhouse.org
Contact Name: Joy Weyna-King
Fax Number: 303-364-4882
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Providing a "home away from home" for military families to be close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury.


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Churches Ranch, 17999 W. 60th Ave., Arvada, CO 80403

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Equine-assisted activities and individual, couples and family counseling for Veterans diagnosed with PTSD and other mental and/or physical conditions.

E-Mail: annsartori1@gmail.com
Phone: 303.229.6584
Website: http://thehorseprotectionleague.com/outreach-programs/
Contact Name: Dr. Ann Sartori
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317 W. South Boulder Road, Suite 6

Services:

Acupuncture Training and Services

E-Mail: registrar@itea.edu
Phone: 7208908922
Website: www.itea.edu
Contact Name: Claudia O'Neill
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The Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture hosts a free acupuncture clinic for veterans and members of their households every Wednesday, associated with Acupuncturists Without Borders. Participants have experienced benefits such as improved clarity, less anxiety, and a reduction in stress. Practitioners are third and fourth year acupuncture students supervised by licensed acupuncturists who are trained in Classical Five-Element Acupuncture, the healing tradition brought to the West by the late Professor J. R. Worsley.


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 1055 Clermont Street, Denver, CO 80220

Services:

Consultation regarding assessment and treatment planning for highly suicidal veterans.

E-Mail: James.Pease@va.gov
Phone: 303-399-8020 ext. 2557
Website: www.mirecc.va.gov/MIRECC/visn19/index.asp
Contact Name: James Pease
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To reduce suicidal ideation and behaviors among Veterans by focusing on promising clinical in interventions. This work is advanced through research aimed at identifying the cognitive and neurobiological underpinnings of self-directed violence.


Address:

PO Box 6473, Vail, CO 81658

Services:

Partners with military medical centers to provide therapeutic adaptive ski and snowboard programs, summer outdoor sport programs and individual family outreach programs.

E-Mail: cheryl@vailveteransprogram.org
Phone: 970-476-4906
Website: www.vailveteransprogram.org
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The Vail Veterans Program transforms injured veterans and their families through individualized world-class outdoor recreation programs that build confidence and create life-long relationships.


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831 West 3rd Street, Salida, CO 81201

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Offers outdoor adventure trips for veterans. offers once-in-a-lifetime expeditions of "the land defended" and beyond. Provides outdoor leadership training and outdoor jobs to veterans.

E-Mail: nick@vetexpeditions.com
Phone: 303-803-0068
Website: www.vetexpeditions.com
Contact Name: Nick Watson
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By preparing and taking veterans on outdoor expeditionary challenges, Veterans Expeditions will prove to those participating and observing, that military veterans, regardless of any existing or perceived mental or physical disability are capable of contributing to a team's greater strength and accomplishing a difficult mission. Our expeditions allow participants to bear powerful witness to society and one another about their own military experiences, regardless of gender, race, religion, disability, or time of service.


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600 Terry Street, Longmont, CO 80501

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Drop-in center that provides free professional services such as group therapy and massage therapy. Vet-to-vet support is available for personalized care. Transportation provided to VA medical appointments. Safe and inviting community that is sober and conducive to reintegration. Comprehensive referral to supportive veteran services.

E-Mail: trisha@vhvnow.org
Phone: 303-772-9777
Website: www.vhvnow.org
Contact Name: Trisha Dittrick
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To build healthier lives for veterans and their families, reaching out to those would not be reached, honoring those who served.


Address:

6800 N. 79th Street, Suite 200, Niwot, CO 80503

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Fearless Victory – Mindfulness and Equine Therapy:
The Veterans Peace of Mind Project (VPoM) offers secular mindfulness training as a psychological tool to cope PTSD. Fearless Victory is a collaboration with the Medicine Horse Program, combining mindfulness practices with activities using rescued mustangs.

Mindfulness Meditation for Incarcerated Veterans:
VPoM visits incarcerated veterans in the State of Colorado, teaching secular mindfulness meditation and providing further instructional materials on the practice.

E-Mail: margot@ratnapeaceinitiative.org
Phone: 303-443-0444, Ext 104
Website: www.VeteransPeaceofMind.org
Contact Name: Margot Neuman
Fax Number: 303-449-1045
Alternate Email Address: info@ratnapeaceinitiative.org
Alternate Phone Number: 303-819-3321
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Dedicated to cultivating the fundamental sanity and dignity in underserved and marginalized individuals and therefore in society at large. It looks for ways to heal, strengthen, and empower individuals so that they can benefit themselves and others. Through generosity, we can foster environments that encourage human dignity, compassion, and wisdom.


Address:

Amberly Dr

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Transitional Housing, Counselling & Training, Education , Job Assistance VA benefits advocacy

E-Mail: chief_galvan@rmvvf.com
Phone: 719-258-8369
Website: www.rmvvf.org
Contact Name: William "Chief" Galvan
Fax Number: 719-597-4905
Alternate Email Address: chief.william.galvan@gmail.com
Alternate Phone Number: 719-352-8425
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Veterans Recreation & Rehabilitation Center (VRRC) and the Rocky Mountain Veterans Village Foundation (RMVVF) have partnered to give hope to our veterans in their quest to re-establish themselves within the community as they transition from the military to the civilian world.


Address:

1539 Platte Street, Denver, CO 80201

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Free yoga classes for veterans. 

E-Mail: markrperna@gmail.com
Phone: 720-841-9776
Website: www.warriorcorpsyoga.com
Contact Name: Mark R. Perna
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Improving the lives of combat veterans and wounded warriors through the practice of yoga. Healing is something done by us; not something done to us.


Address:

P.O.Box 5318, Breckenridge, CO 80424-5318

Services:

One Winter and Two Summer programs held each year in Breckenridge, CO to support the physical and mental health of seriously injured warriors from all military branches and their families. Programs are from 5 to 7 days long with all expenses paid for various outdoor adventures and mental health counseling. Winter activities include skiing, snow boarding, tubing, ice skating and crafts. Summer programs include river rafting, rock climbing, ropes course, team building and crafts.

E-Mail: WHFamilyAdventures@gmail.com
Phone: 954-871-9001
Website: www.WoundedHeroesFamilyAdventures.org
Contact Name: Robert H. Miller
Fax Number: 970-453-7900
Alternate Email Address: Bobandbonniemiller@gmail.com
Alternate Phone Number: 970-389-7202
Alternate Contact Method: Kiersten Stais
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We support the recovery and family bonding of seriously injured service members, their spouses and children by providing an all-expenses-paid family experience in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.


Address:

1 S. Nevada Avenue, Suite 205, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Services:

Reengaging the warriors and families, behavioral health programs, Liaisons who will navigate the VA system and help with claims.

E-Mail: CPorter@woundedwarriorproject.org
Phone: 904-778-6603
Website: www.woundedwarriorproject.org
Contact Name: Carol Porter
Fax Number: 719-473-6183
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To honor and empower wounded warriors