The following links are provided to connect our network with the resources and tools to support ongoing services during this very difficult health event.  We appreciate our providers efforts to continue caring for clients and thank you.  Be sure the staff are also providing self-care during this time.

Colorado Office of Behavioral Health

COVID-19 Guidance for Behavioral Health Providers


SAMHSA Headlines March 23 2020


Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation During An Infectious Disease Outbreak


Training and Technical Assistance Related to COVID-19

SAMHSA is committed to providing regular training and technical assistance (TTA) on matters related to the mental and substance use disorder field as they deal with COVID-19.

Our TA programs are delivering great resources during this time.View the updated available TTA resources to assist with the current situation.

View TTA Resources  



CBHC COVID Telehealth Guidance Information


CCHA Telehealth and Other Information

CCHA Alert - March 23, 2020


Colorado State Links

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment


Colorado COVID-19 Relief Grant Funding



Links for Information by County

Centers for Disease Control

Chaffee County Public Health

Custer County Public Health

Fremont County Public Health

El Paso County Public Health

Lake County Public Health

Park County Public Health

Teller County Public Health



Other Resources


The MSO also has a Peer Navigator who is available to work with and support people in recovery from the use of substances. Our Peer Navigator, Bryan Edwards (, 719-323-0206), is able to work with individuals by phone or email to provide encouragement, empathy and assistance with referrals. He can help people struggling during this difficult time with mentoring tools and strategies as well as offering hope by being an example that recovery is possible!

The Phoenix

At Phoenix, we're striving for physical distancing while maintaining social connection. We're doing our best to support those who are isolated and might need peer connection now more than ever. We recently launched virtual programs, and I wanted to share the link in case there is anyone in your network who might find these classes valuable. They're happening every hour, and we're doing our best to offer a wide range of options. Feel free to share with treatment centers, criminal justice groups, or anyone who may want to participate. As always, programs are free and the only requirement is 48 hours of continuous sobriety.

Be well,

Dana Smith
Regional Director
The Phoenix


Telehealth Resources

HRSA has funded the Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs) to provide assistance, education, and information to organizations and individuals who are actively providing or interested in providing health care at a distance. Their purpose is to assist in expanding the availability of health care to rural and underserved populations. And because they are federally funded, the assistance they provide is generally free of charge.

The regional TRCs will work with individuals and organizations to solve healthcare delivery problems. The regional TRCs is there for anyone to provide them the technical assistance, education, and various resources. Each TRC is attributed an individual uniqueness, allowing them to provide a wide range of assistance targeting their regional needs.

Under one consortium, the NCTRC is working hard to make telehealth an important element in today’s healthcare environment.

Tracy Weymouth

Director – Division of Pharmacologic Therapies (DPT)
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857
(240) 276-1142 (Phone)   


CCHAP Resources for Small Business Loans


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