Submitting the signatures brings the measure a step closer to appearing in the November ballot.
The 60-page online guide from the nonprofit Mental Health Colorado comes out at a time when many school leaders say they desperately need help addressing students’ mental health needs.
Denver’s ready to build a Sun Valley “stabilization center” for homeless people in crisis, but neighbors don’t like the idea
Many of the people who live nearby are skeptical of the project. This week, the Sun Valley Community Coalition's members voted against the idea, though they'll reconsider it later this month.
Public defenders from across the country came to Denver to talk about dealing with mental health in the criminal justice system
Wilson believes the city of Denver and the state of Colorado should do more to avoid criminalizing people who are in need of treatment. “If I break my arm today, they’re not taking me to jail to get treatment.”
Here’s why advocates want Colorado students to ask the questions at a candidate forum on mental health
"Kids are in some ways the best champions because they’re the closest to this issue."
The people have spoken and the winner of our Denver coffee shop bracket is Crema Coffee House.
Your Mile High Coffee Quest finalists are...
Four Denver coffee shops remain: Corvus Coffee Roasters, Huckleberry Roasters, The Denver Bicycle Café and Crema Coffee. Which will make it to the last round?
I don't know about you, but this has me feeling pretty anxious. Or maybe that's the coffee.
It was a tough first round, and it's only getting tougher.
As the tragic circumstances of a Colorado fifth-grader’s suicide draws widespread attention, state lawmakers want to help schools try to prevent such cases.
Colorado School of Public Health received $1.9 million to research mental health care options for underserved cancer patients
Lung, head and neck cancer patients are at heightened risk for depression and anxiety, especially when they are un- or under-insured.
CDPHE's 2015 Healthy Kids Survey showed LGBT students who lack adequate support systems at home and in-school experience higher risk for suicide and substance abuse.
The Denver and the Mental Health Center of Denver program has co-responders accompany police on calls that are likely to be mental health-related.
Even if you're involuntarily committed, you don't have to give up guns you already own.