Anschutz Refugee and Immigrant Mental Health
Anschutz Medical Campus
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?
Service Description
We provide mental health services with culturally sensitive approaches to aid the stability, social, and emotional adjustment of immigrants and refugees. Our therapists aim to help those in distress to recover a sense of individual well-being, and to improve relationships among family members. Our psychiatrists assist with diagnostic evaluation, offer judicious prescription of psychiatric medication when indicated, and sometimes conduct therapy themselves. We recognize that many refugees don’t know what services are available to help them get settled. We offer extensive case management services, helping immigrants and refugees navigate and access the complex healthcare and social services systems. While some of our providers have facility with certain languages, we most often rely on the help of our pool of trainer interpreters to aid in communication with our clients.
Medicaid / Public Insurance, Private insurance
Always Free?
Service Focus
Various Concerns
Research-Supported Treatments
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?
Age Groups Served
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+
No specialized services
Special Groups Served
Undocumented Individuals
Currently Unknown
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?
Eligible States
13001 E. 17th Place
Bldg. 500, Level 2 – West Wing
Aurora, CO 80045
Phone Number
Date Last Updated