Walk-in Crisis Center


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Are you in crisis? Need a break?

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If you or someone you know is in crisis or in need of immediate assistance at anytime, these three options are available:

  1. Call: 844-493-TALK (8255)
  2. Text: TALK to 38255
  3. Walk-in to one of these facilities:

115 South Parkside Drive 
Colorado Springs

AspenPointe Woodmen
6071 East Woodmen Rd, Suite 135
St. Francis Medical Center, North Care Bldg.
Colorado Springs

Health Solutions
1302 Chinook Lane

AspenPointe and Health Solutions are member organizations of Southern Colorado Crisis Connection, providing crisis services for Colorado Crisis Services.  Click here to view the Southern Colorado Crisis Connect Website with Dashboard information.

AspenPointe's Walk-in Crisis Center is open 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week  and is available for all ages, regardless of ability to pay. Patients have immediate access to licensed professional counselors, peer specialists and care coordinators, and referral assistance for a broad range of other community services as needed.

Many people struggling with a mental illness can be treated in the center and returned to the community without the need for inpatient treatment.  The more quickly someone receives treatment the less likely his or her condition will worsen. 

The Walk-in Crisis Center offers a less-restrictive alternative to hospitalization and provides timely de-escalation, early intervention and patient stabilization to prevent the need for higher levels of care. 

The center's crisis community living rooms provide a safe environment that facilitates relationships between staff and individuals to build support networks and connect them with community resources.

Respite is available on a limited basis for children and adults (including Substance Use and Dual Diagnosis) as clinically indicated. Staff will connect patients to appropriate resources.

Watch this short YouTube video to learn more about our Walk-in Crisis Center: