Employee Resources

DU cares about you! We have many resources for those employees seeking help and for those who are supporting people experiencing a mental health challenge. For non-emergency information, please email  employeeconnections@du.edu and someone from DU will reach out to you on the next business day to guide you through the resources available to you or the employee you're concerned about. The placard below also lists DU resources and below that are local resources.  

If there is an immediate threat to you or someone you are concerned about (either through self-harm or interpersonal violence) or you are thinking of hurting yourself, please call Campus Safety at 303-871-3000, or if dialing from a campus phone, 1-3000, then call 911.


Community Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous & Al-Anon at DU

New at DU beginning the week of 01/08/2024 -  Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon meetings during the lunch hour!

Alcoholics Anonymous
Mondays, 12:10  - 12:50 pm

Wednesdays, 12:10 - 12:50 pm 

Location: Mary Reed Building, Room 002, Garden Level 

(enter the building on the south entrance and go down the steps to the garden level)

Paid hourly parking is available just south of the Mary Reed building, please pay at one of the parking kiosks before attending the meeting.

QR code for AA and Al Anon

State Resources

Coloradans can call 211, visit 211Colorado.org or text 898-211 to be connected with information and resources about COVID-19. 211 is a confidential and multilingual service connecting community members to vital resources across the state. Call 211 or 866-760-6489 or Text your ZIP CODE to 898-211 CO-HELP, Colorado's call line for general questions about COVID-19.

Coronavirus Resources for Families is a helpful site that includes safety net information for families in English and Spanish. The site has resources for the following and more:

  • Mental and Physical Health
  • Food insecurity
  • Utility help – heat, electric, internet
  • Home insecurity


Telemedicine Support: Virtual Visits and Contact Numbers to Call

Resources by County

This section provides information on resources offered by the county. A link to each county provides information on Safer At Home policies, mask mandates, available support, and more. Below are the counties and the links to their resource pages. 

Housing Information & Assistance

This section of 211Colorado offers specific contact information for housing and shelter resources. While Colorado’s blanket relief from eviction lapsed in June, there are specific relief agencies for:

  • Rental payment and Deposit assistance, noted by the county.
  • Mortgage payment assistance, also by county
  • A directory of community shelters, including drop-in shelters by county
  • A hotel voucher service supported by agencies in the community
  • Affordable housing location services can also be found in this section

Additional Support

Spanish-Speaking Colorado

Recursos adicionales: