When you are in a behavioral, emotional, or psychiatric crisis, you can either call or stop by our facility at 1310 Chinook Lane in Pueblo. You will be evaluated by one of our clinicians who will determine the level of care most appropriate for you. If inpatient treatment is indicated, our treatment team of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, clinicians, behavioral healthcare coordinators, and care managers will then work with you to help you become stabilized. Our clinicians can complete evaluations in the hospital emergency room, Pueblo County jail, police department, local nursing homes, boarding homes, Pueblo Youth Corrections, CMHIP, and other community settings. Clinicians can also assist you in deciding the best way to manage your illness or help you access appropriate treatment.

How Crisis Services Works

Individuals do not need an appointment to have an emergency evaluation completed. Since the facility is open 24-hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year, individuals in an emotional or psychiatric crisis can receive services whenever needed. Evaluations are provided for individuals of all ages.

Youth 15 years old or older can be seen without their parents’ consent. Any individual who is intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol or other illegal substance must first go through detox in order to be thoroughly and competently evaluated.

Upon completing the assessment, the evaluator will work with the client and family to determine an appropriate care that will result in the client successfully achieving their wellness goals.

Emergency Crisis Services now offers the Crisis Living Room, a non-clinical, calm and safe environment for adults experiencing behavioral, emotional, or psychiatric crises. Staffed with Peer Specialists 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Crisis Living Room offers those approaching crises a place to receive intervention, support and mentoring. The Crisis Living Room is located at 1310 Chinook Lane in Pueblo.

When you — or a family member — feel like you are about to “lose it,” with intense feelings of fear, depression, anxiety, anger, self-doubts, or thoughts of harming yourself or others, you know you need help. Do not delay, get assistance for you or your loved one now.

Emergency Crisis Services
1310 Chinook Ln
Pueblo, CO 81001
Phone: 719.545.2746

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week