Colorado has the ninth highest suicide rate in the country and ranks 43rd for overall mental wellness. Luckily, more and more Colorado-based organizations are taking on the state’s mental health challenges and investing in creative new solutions for care.

Join us as we kick off the second year of a series of free mental health lectures sponsored by Boulder Community Health Foundation, Mental Health Partners, Boulder Rotary and Boulder Valley Rotary. Our four-part series, “Elevating Mental Health," explores new strategies for enhancing the mental health care of Coloradans.


Emerging innovations in mental health care

Join Matt Vogl, MPH — co-founder of CU Anschutz’s National Mental Health Innovation Center — as he looks beyond current treatments and describes how virtual reality and other new technologies have the potential to make mental health services better and more accessible to everyone. He’ll then discuss strategies for engaging non-traditional mental health professionals in the prevention and treatment of mental illness.


Monday, Feb. 18, 6:30 p.m.


Boulder Jewish Community Center, 6007 Oreg Avenue

Click here to download a lecture flyer (pdf)!


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Mark your calendar for these other free lectures!

The Della Cava Family Medical Pavilion — reinventing our
community's mental health care

Monday, March 11

Understanding traumatic stress & strategies
for helping children and adults heal

Monday, April 8

Older adults and mental health: concerns,
challenges & future directions

Monday, May 13



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