Call or Text the CU Anschutz Well-Being Support Line (303-724-2500)
Our goal is to help our community through the stress and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic and focus on providing care and support for those impacted by this pandemic. We are pleased to announce the CU Anschutz Well-Being Support Line (303-724-2500), a free service for healthcare workers and educators — statewide.
The support line is available via call or text from 8 AM to 8 PM, seven days a week.
Who can call? Any health care provider or health care employee, any teacher or educator, anywhere in Colorado
What should I expect when I call? When you call, you will be asked to leave a phone number, where a staffer will call or text you back. The line is staffed by volunteers who have some background in mental health and have been trained in crisis counseling. They will listen, offer ideas for problem-solving, self-care, or community resources. If you need more support or ongoing mental health care, the staff will help connect you with resources based on your needs. If immediate mental health support is needed, the staff will connect you with Virtual Behavioral Health program or help you to access outside mental health services.
What do I need to do to connect with you? Just call or text the number above. We’ll take it from there.
How can I get more information or flyers to share? Give us a call or text on the support line. We’re happy to talk about the services we provide or send you more information.
I would like to volunteer to help on the support line! We are happy to have other volunteers join us. If you are interested in providing support to the state’s health care workers and educators, please click here to fill out our volunteer survey.