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HealthONE expands mental health access in metro Denver

New center will provide additional support for community.

April 15, 2024
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Denver, CO – HealthONE is pleased to announce the opening of an additional access point for mental health needs with the HealthONE Mental Health Therapy Center.  HealthONE is committed to providing expert care and comprehensive support for patients of all ages and this new mental health center will aim to meet the ongoing needs of the community.

The HealthONE Mental Health Therapy Center provides individual and group counseling services in an outpatient, non-hospital-based setting. Our licensed therapists provide effective and holistic services, including:

  • Personalized, individual and family therapy for adults and adolescents.
  • Group-based therapy program for adults and adolescents.
  • Flexible scheduling, including virtual options to accommodate work or school demands.
  • Referrals to HealthONE Behavioral Health and Wellness Center in Aurora for patients, who can benefit from inpatient or intensive outpatient mental health programs.

“It is critically important that we continue expanding access to much needed mental health services throughout greater Denver,” stated Megan Marchetti, LPC, Director of Physician Relations.” Mental healthcare is healthcare and care close to home has proved to be a model that encourages people to seek support.”

HealthONE Mental Health Therapy Center team members create customized treatment plans for lasting mental wellness. Our programs welcome individuals seeking support with:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Mood disorders
  • Grief and loss
  • Trauma
  • Life stressors or transitions
  • Relationship difficulties

HealthONE Mental Health Therapy Center is located at 6169 S Balsam Way in Littleton, near Swedish Medical Center’s Southwest Emergency Room. The clinic offers free consultations, accepts most commercial insurance plans, and is currently welcoming new patients for individual and group counseling programs.

If you or someone you know could benefit from mental health support, call 303-749-3070 or visit for more information.

Published:
April 15, 2024

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