Colorado Teletherapy Services provides online 24/7 teletherapy services for people suffering with suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, grief and other mental health concerns. Our counselors are Masters level educated and trauma certified to provide the best possible treatment services. By offering all of our services fully online, struggling individuals can get the help they need at any time and from anywhere. Psychotherapists are easily accessed 24/7 through the chat box on the website or via text message at (719)639-4089. Depression screenings, weekly sessions and other interaction is provided through an online HIPAA compliant video platform or by phone. Additional information and benefits about teletherapy can be found here.
Cash & Donation based services
CTS does not contract with any insurance companies because they dictate both the treatment, and how often an individual can receive services. Each person is unique and the treatment they need is equally personal. Services are provided on a cash basis and through donations. We believe that finances should not be a stumbling block to receiving mental relief. CTS depends on generous partners who can help contribute financially so that our free access to 24/7 counselors and services can be there for those in need. If you can partner with us, please click DONATE.
Colorado Teletherapy Services is committed to serving both teens and adults that have lost hope and are considering suicide or other forms of self harm.
Reaching the point in life where suicide seems like the best option is a very lonely place to be. According to 2017 statistics provided by the National Institute of Health:
- Suicide was the tenth leading cause of death overall in the United States, claiming the lives of over 47,000 people.
- Suicide was the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10 and 34, and the fourth leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 35 and 54.
- There were more than twice as many suicides (47,173) in the United States as there were homicides (19,510)
In 2017 alone, 9.8 Million adults had serious thoughts of committing suicide. 2.8 Million adults made suicide plans and 1 Million of those individuals actually attempted suicide. Furthermore, 0.3 Million adults made no prior plan but did attempt suicide. This cannot continue. CTS wants to be part of the solution. Providing easily accessible 24/7 counselors that are trained to help individuals in moments of crisis is one way we can help. However, ensuring that no one reaches that point of desperation alone due to a lack of financial means is another way we can help. Our generous financial donor partners help ensure these needs are met.
“Counseling and psychotherapy services don’t have to be a last resort. Weekly sessions and regular interaction via video, phone and texting allow clients to always feel connected. Technology has provided the opportunity to connect instantly, but it’s the people behind the technology that make the human difference.”
By providing 24/7 teletherapy services for individuals struggling with suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, and other mental health concerns, CTS is committed to coming alongside those that are hurting and feeling hopeless.