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Why give

Make a difference in your community

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Mental Health Partners depends on individual and corporate contributions to provide convenient, affordable, and accessible mental health education, resources, and services to our community. Thanks to your generosity, we can help people at a critical junction on their path to wellness.

We believe achieving a happy and healthy life is possible through belonging, support, and community. If you do too, then we invite you to support our mission of healthy minds, healthy lives, healthy communities.


Every dollar matters

Each donation we receive goes directly to serving our clients, colleagues, and community by making mental health trainings available and affordable for all, enhancing care and services, and building more pathways to wellness. Thanks to donor support, we can serve our community in countless ways.



Raised for community suicide prevention and harm reduction efforts during the MHP Community Challenge 2023. 



Welcome Home kits delivered to newly housed clients in 2023. 



You-CAN kiosks placed to deliver lifesaving opioid overdose prevention tools at no cost to our community. 


Support these special fundraising initiatives

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You-CAN Save Lives 

Opioid overdoses and deaths, particularly from fentanyl, are on the rise in Colorado. The goal of the You-CAN campaign is to establish a network of free harm reduction resources in communities across Boulder and Broomfield counties. We believe the more people who have access to lifesaving harm reduction tools, the more lives can be saved.


*To donate by mail, please send a check to: Mental Health Partners, ATTN: Philanthropy, 1455 Dixon Ave., Lafayette, CO 80026. 

The MHP Community Challenge

Since 2018, MHP has hosted its annual Community Challenge to raise money and awareness for preventing suicide and overdoses. Registration is now open for the 2024 MHP Community Challenge! Choose your Challenge, join a team, or create your own team and start fundraising. You can also support other teams, or volunteer your time to support this great cause. 

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Coaches Care

Coaches play a vital role in the lives of young athletes and students. They are often among the first to see concerning behaviors in youth, even before parents and teachers. By providing suicide prevention training for local coaches on how to recognize the signs and symptoms of suicidality, we can properly equip them to help save lives. Coaches Care is a collaborative project of Buffs4Life, Mental Health Partners, YMCA of Northern Colorado, and Boulder Valley Rotary Club. Support from community members, local businesses, and organizations are welcome and important to its sustainability.


How donations make an impact

“After my brother died, I wanted to do what I could to help prevent what happened to him from happening to other families. If we’d been trained on the warning signs of psychotic illness, it’s possible we would have been able to get him lifesaving help earlier. I’ve made it my mission to help spread awareness about mental health as far and wide as possible so other people might be helped. These funds we raise for Mental Health Partners will do just that.”

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Support a cause close to your heart

To designate your gift for a specific purpose or cause that speaks most to you, select from this list of donation needs. Undesignated donations will go where most needed.


24/7 Walk-In Crisis Services 

Our Walk-In Crisis & Addiction Services Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to anyone in need. No appointment needed for this free, lifesaving community service. 



Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) 

Support Boulder County’s only sexual violence resource center. MESA provides support and services to survivors of sexual assault. 



Suicide Prevention

Education and awareness saves lives. Help fund expert-led suicide prevention trainings for individuals and groups throughout Boulder and Broomfield counties. 



You-CAN Fund 

You can help save lives and combat fatal overdoses from fentanyl and other opioids. Help us expand lifesaving and no-cost harm reduction efforts throughout our community. 



Coaches Care

Learning how to recognize the signs and symptoms of suicidality in young athletes is vital to save lives. Your gift helps provide these trainings at no cost to local coaches.