Community Programs

The Johnson Depression Center provides free educational community programs across Colorado. The Center supports organizations, schools, businesses, and individuals by developing and delivering programs and trainings focused on mental health to improve awareness and eliminate stigma.

Offerings:

• QPR Suicide Prevention Training
• Resiliency
• Mental Health Awareness
• Wellness Workshop
• Mindfulness
• Healthy Workplaces
• Trauma
• Self-Care

 

Programs MaAlex Webernager
Alex Yannacone, MA, is a mental health professional trained in suicide prevention with an extensive background in implementation and trainings for prevention and intervention of mental health services and education.

Email or call today to learn more:
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303-724-8768

Fall Fundraising Luncheon

Thank you to the supporters of the Sixth Annual Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center Luncheon! Your generosity helped raise over $440,000 to support mental health care, research and community programs in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West. You also passionately advocated for mental wellness and brought in over 600 people to learn more about mental health. You are changing the landscape of mental health care in Colorado and we appreciate you!

In the News

Depression Center Medical Director Christopher Schneck discusses his family-centered bipolar research: Read More

Dr. Schneck discusses overlooked signs of Depression: Read More

Dr. Adria Pearson (Depression Center Psychologist) discusses PTSD in the wake of the recent floods: Read More

Dr. Pearson discusses PTSD related to Colorado flooding: Read More

 

Depression Center

It all started with George..


It all started with George..
It all started with George..
Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation
Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation

Depression Center
Depression Center
2015 Annual Luncheon Video
2015 Annual Luncheon Video

2016 Annual Luncheon Video
2016 Annual Luncheon Video
To Worry Or Not To Worry | By: Dr. Marianne Wamboldt
To Worry Or Not To Worry | By: Dr. Marianne Wamboldt