Mental Health Colorado
Mental Health Colorado is the state’s leading advocate in promoting mental well-being, ensuring equitable access to mental health and substance use care, and ending discrimination. Mental Health Colorado engages policymakers, providers, the public, and the press to promote healthier minds across the lifespan for all Coloradans.
Denver Park Trust
The Denver Park Trust is a fundraising organization working in partnership with Denver Parks and Recreation to improve and add new parks in the neighborhoods that need them most. Research has shown that interacting with nature—walking in a park, recreating, even simply looking at greenery—can improve your mental, and overall health in significant ways. The Denver Park Trust recognizes the inherent benefits of quality green spaces, and are working closely with community leaders to address neighborhood needs, and bring funding and support to underserved parks.
Project Helping is a nonprofit that organizes volunteer events specifically designed to make an impact—both on you and your community. Research shows that through volunteering, participants can actively invest in their communities while also reaping the benefits of increased mental wellness. Helping others, making an impact, and being part of a community are the three foundational elements that Project Helping was built on.
Community based movement to shred the stigma surrounding mental health and to promote mental wellness through physical activity, community and education. Go4Graham has built a grassroots community of 2000+ like-minded individuals who share a common passion: believing that community and physical activity are crucial for the treatment of mental illness.
You can help us to support our partners in more ways than one! Check out these volunteer opportunities coming up soon in the Denver area.
- To learn more about volunteer opportunities with Project Helping, go to https://projecthelping.org/denver/