Eagle County has established a mobile crisis response system that is tied to paramedics and local law enforcement agencies. This system, lead by the Hope Center, responds to all 911 behavioral health calls with crisis clinicians to respond at the point of need. Providing care to stabilize individuals in the privacy of their home has lead to a 74% reduction of transports to the hospital emergency department and county jail.  
The Hope Center 24/7 confidential Hopeline (970) 306-4673
The Hope Center provides a 24/7 confidential Hopeline (970) 306-4673 to ensure that anyone who calls for help reaches an on-call clinician and receives the appropriate help in a timely manner. The Hope Center clinicians conduct an initial clinical assessment over the phone, and often times they arrange for an in-person evaluation. This is when the crisis team becomes ‘mobile’ and the clinician meets the client at the Hope Center office or wherever the caller may be at the time. These assessments have taken place in homes or offices, sometimes at local agencies, at a physician’s office or schools. If an individual evaluated is deemed high risk and his/her safety may be in jeopardy, they may be entered into the Stabilization Program.  

Colorado Crisis Services Call 1-844-493-8255, or Text TALK to 38255
The Colorado Crisis Center is always available to help. Whatever you’re going through, their crisis counselors and professionally trained peer specialists are available to help when you need it, 24/7/365. Support and counseling services are available for yourself or a loved one. Some of the reasons people may call or text for help are anxiety, loneliness, substance use, relationship challenges, bullying and others. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness. This Lifeline can help prevent a suicide.  
 
Logo depicting a tree with the words 'Eagle Valley Behavioral Health'

Eagle Valley Behavioral Health was established to serve as the backbone organization to lead the community collaboration in transforming the Eagle Valley behavioral health system.