Aurora Mental Health Center

Arapahoe County, CO
(303) 617-2300Website

About the Aurora Mental Health Center

Aurora is the most diverse city in Colorado. Our residents include refugees and immigrants from around the world. To support their wellbeing, we offer a range of services through our Colorado Refugee Wellness Center (CRWC), Trauma Resilience Youth Program (TRYP), and our affiliate Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC).

Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC)

APDC provides behavioral health, adult education, youth programming, victim assistance, and interpretation/translation services, which are not limited to the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community.

Colorado Refugee Wellness Center (CRWC)

CRWC health navigators and mental health providers help to enhance wellbeing and address resource and social needs, along with coordinating care with medical and other service providers to ensure well-integrated care. We can also assist with transportation and other resources.

Trauma Resilience Youth Program (TRYP)

TRYP services include trauma screenings, treatment, and culturally responsive case management for children and families provided in various settings including schools, outpatient clinics, and in the community. We also provide wellness groups and cultural brokerage, all with an evidence-based trauma focus.

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Free Well-Being Support for Immigration Stress and Trauma- DCAC

Our Immigrant Family Initiative provides mental health services specifically to families and children who are experiencing trauma or stress as a result of their immigration status or situation.
Services offered to families experiencing trauma due to immigration.

Services Available
Trainings- empower families in growth and well- being

Support groups- to share stories and heal from experiences.

Individual/family therapy- bilingual therapists with experience with immigration issues who individuals and families through, heal, and overcome experiences.

Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic at DU

The Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC) provides psychological support to individuals and communities who have experienced stress, adversity and/or trauma. We utilize an integrative, need and strengths-based approach that is culturally informed. Our services are continually evaluated to ensure effectiveness and are not restricted by status.

OUR Center

OUR Center helps people move toward self-sufficiency by unifying community resources.

Programs for Pregnant and Postpartum Mothers- Motherwise

MotherWise empowers women and their families to thrive during pregnancy and after a new baby is born.

Community Resources

English language classes, a community-run food access program, an organic urban farm, a comprehensive care dental clinic, Community Navigators and Family Partners

Disability Support and Education Services-El Grupo Vida Colorado

El Grupo VIDA is a network of Hispanic/Latino parents formed to provide mutual support for people with disabilities or special needs, their parents, family, and guardians.

Grief Counseling Services- Judi’s House

Judi’s House provides support to children and families grieving a death. Services are provided to youth ages 3 to 25, and their families at no charge.

Hopelight Medical Clinic

Our goal is to provide quality medical care to members of the Greater Longmont Community. We are a 501(c)3 charitable clinic. We accept Medicaid and Medicare, as well as a sliding scale for uninsured patients.

Health Financial Assistance Program – Denver Health

The Denver Health Financial Assistance Program provides, Medical and Dental care assistance.

Intellectual and Developmental Disability Programs- Imagine!

Imagine! offers services to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Some programs are offered regardless of immigration status.

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