JFS Boulder Expands Mental Health Services

JFS headquarters, based in Denver, has a robust Mental Health department providing services to the community for more than 40 years. JFS Boulder is building upon this infrastructure and has expanded its mental health services to provide ongoing high-quality mental health services for anyone needing therapy, including those impacted by the Marshall Fire or Straight-Line Wind Event in Boulder County. The Red Cross and Boulder County Housing and Human Services generously supported this expanded service.

JFS Boulder clinicians provide outpatient mental health services for adults. Therapists help individuals with mental health treatment for loss, trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. The team of skilled mental health professionals is committed to supporting, improving, and making a difference in the lives of those struggling with mental health issues.

JFS Boulder will accept Medicaid, most major insurance providers, self-pay, sliding scale, and has funding for uninsured individuals and families. JFS staff is not available to provide services for high-needs residents who require a greater level of psychological/psychiatric care. Sessions are offered virtually and in a private practice setting in central Boulder. For more information about services and to register, call 720.722.4496.

JFS serves everyone regardless of race, faith, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.

About Jewish Family Service

Founded more than 150 years ago, we currently offer more than 30 programs and services, including food security, housing stability, mental health counseling, aging care, employment support, and disability services. JFS takes a holistic approach, assessing the various needs of the individual or family and provides the appropriate services all from one organization. JFS serves everyone regardless of race, faith, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.

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