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Mental Health

Anti-Stigma & Media Initiatives


Talking about and changing the conversation about our mental health

In partnership with Tri-County Health Department, Douglas County, and more than 20 other public and private healthcare agencies, The Let’s Talk Colorado campaign provides tipsinformation, and resources to encourage Coloradans to talk openly about our mental health.

The more we all talk about our challenges to living a happy, balanced life, the more likely we are to seek help from a mental health professional when we need it. The campaign earned extensive statewide media coverage, focusing on messages such as: