The statewide Mental Health Professionals Peer Health Assistance Program provides comprehensive services to Colorado licensed and registered mental health professionals who may be experiencing physical, emotional, psychological, or substance use problems. The program objectives are public protection and rehabilitation of the professional.
- Comprehensive evaluation, case management and monitoring for mental health professionals experiencing physical, emotional, psychological and substance abuse problems, which could result in impaired practice.
- Education and information on prevention of physical, emotional, psychological, and substance use problems
- Community resources
- 24 hour information line
- Support for supervisors and family members of mental health professionals with practice affecting issues