Suicide Prevention

Recognizing that the complex issue of suicide cannot be solved through behavioral health or medical models alone, CHP became a backbone organization in 2020 to create community infrastructure to create social change.

The Suicide Prevention Collaborative of El Paso County

We envision caring communities that are resilient, connected, and capable of supporting every person, regardless of the struggles they face.

Getting Help

For someone with an immediate life-threatening emergency, dial 9-1-1 for assistance.

Crisis Services

Colorado Crisis Services Hotline: Get connected to a crisis counselor or trained professional 24//7 who will assess risk and determine if a mobile response is necessary.

• Call 1-844-493-8255, or text “TALK” to 38255

Crisis Stabilization Units

There is a crisis stabilization unit in Colorado Springs where individuals may receive immediate help at no charge 24/7.

• 115 S. Parkside Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80909-6071

Additional Resources

Help reduce suicide deaths in El Paso County

If you are interested in contributing to one of the Collaborative’s work groups,  please email suicideprevention@ppchp.org

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