In addition to providing opportunities for human support & friendship, CHARG offers specific services at its various locations that include a mental health clinic, a drop-in center, and homeless outreach.
The Heartland Clinic
709 E. 12th Ave, Denver 80203
HOURS: Monday – Friday, 8-5
The Heartland Clinic is licensed by the state of Colorado to provide outpatient services to adults living with major mental illness. Services include counseling, case management, skills training, a payee program, recreational activities, medication management, and monitoring of overall health. Peer specialists, therapists & social workers, a psychiatric nurse & a psychiatrist comprise the clinical team.
For info about the clinic – or to arrange a screening, contact:
Laura Pritchard-Haile, Clinic Director
The David Quarton Drop-In Center @ CHARG
920 Emerson St, Denver 80218
HOURS: Mon/Wed/Fri 10-5, T/TH 12-5, SAT 10-2
drop-in photo w/ link to slide show
The David Quarton Drop-In Center @ CHARG is open to anyone 18 years and older living with mental illness regardless of where they receive treatment. It is a warm & welcoming place where one can sit quietly and read, or socialize in a variety of groups, recreational outings, and seasonal celebrations. In addition to coffee and snacks, there is a food bank, the daily newspaper, a clothing bank, free internet & phone, and a low-cost lunch ($1.25) on Tuesdays. Peer Specialists are available for assistance with basic needs resources. It is free of charge but members must fill out a contact information form during their first visit, and bring verification of treatment to their second visit.
For more info about the drop-in center, contact
Jennifer Miller, Drop-In Coordinator
2100 Broadway (2nd floor) Denver 80205
HOURS: To receive services, you must sign-in:
Monday & Thursday, 12:30pm
Tuesday & Friday, 9am
The Program to Assist in the Transition from Homelessness, known as PATH, addresses the needs of homeless adults who also experience major mental illness. It is a collaboration between CHARG and the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, where the program is housed, the Mental Health Center of Denver, and Urban Peak. Services include transitional and permanent housing, medical & mental health services, case management, and vocational rehabilitation & substance abuse referrals.
For more info about PATH, contact:
Cindy Pamplin, Clinical Case Manager