Colorado Spirit CCP


The Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) was formed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Servicios de La Raza’s Behavioral Health Department is working with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to provide community-based crisis counseling and support to individuals who have been impacted by COVID-19 and may be experiencing distress, anxiety, worry, hopelessness or need additional support to cope with current pandemic.

Behavioral Health


The Behavioral Health Program is a specialized clinic providing culturally and linguistically responsive English and Spanish outpatient mental health and substance use services to underserved and uninsured populations. Our goal is to support a thriving community in which all members have the opportunities and support to achieve self-sufficiency and lead a healthy quality of life.

Adult Re-Entry: WAGEES – Work and Gain Education and Employment Skills


Our WAGEES program offers supportive services and mentoring to adult men and women who are reintegrating into society after incarceration. WAGEES offers a variety of resources across the community to help parolees complete parole successfully and gain the skills necessary to not return to prison. WAGEES staff attends parole orientation at the Denver and Englewood parole offices to meet with potential participants the first week of being released.

VISTAS – Victims in Safe Transition and Self-Sufficiency


The VISTAS program provides culturally responsive services to English and Spanish-speaking victims of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, and general crime. Through our service model, the following resources are available for victims: 24-hour crisis hot line, case management, mental health, legal/victim advocacy, education, referrals and legal representation to victims of intimate partner violence and sexual assault, and general crime victims. The VISTAS program serves victims from across Colorado.