St. Anthony Hospital (100)


St. Anthony Hospital is a Level I Trauma Center in Lakewood, Colorado, providing a full range of medical specialties and health care services to Denver and the surrounding metro areas at our state-of-the-art medical campus. At St. Anthony Hospital, you can be confident in our expertise in heart and vascular, stroke, trauma, neurosciences, breast imaging, cancer, da Vinci Surgery and more.

We would love to have you become a part of our Trauma Survivors Network!  We offer a patient and family support group, a helpful patient and family handbook (downloadable/printable), online trauma recovery classes (NextSteps), and lots of other great resources through this program.  Please feel free to contact us for more information–or just go ahead and register today by clicking “Join TSN” at the top of this page!


TSN Coordinator

Robert Hayes
Email Coordinator

11600 W 2nd Place
Lakewood, Colorado, 80228

work: 720-321-0607

Community Resources

Common Traumatic Injuries

Printable pages with descriptions of common traumatic injuries and common treatments.

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Glossary of Terms

A glossary of common trauma-related medical terms in a printable form.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Flyer

A helpful flyer that informs patients and families on the symptoms of PTSD and how to help.

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St Anthony Hospital Lodging and Support Services St. Anthony Hospital is dedicated to caring for our patients and their loved ones during their time at the hospital. Our Lodging and Family Services Department has partnered with local hotels to offer the lowest rates to our guests. To make a reservation, contact the hotel directly and let them know you need the St. Anthony Hospital rate. If you need assistance with reservations, or would like additional information, please contact us. Please visit the link for a listing of Hotels. Lodging and Family Services Phone: 720-321-1769 Hours: 12:00 am – 5:00 pm: Monday – Thursday

Resource Guide for Substance Use and Tobacco Cessation

A list of local resources for help with drug or alcohol dependency.

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Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado 303.355.9969, toll-free 1.800.955.2443 –Resource Navigation is for survivors, family members, and caregivers (adults and children) –Directory of support groups and classes available throughout Colorado. –Educational materials –Provider directory –Recreational programs

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Ampower: Amputee Support Group & Peer Visitors The AMPOWER Mission: To empower and strengthen those affected by amputation or limb difference through peer mentorship, education and community. ​Speaking with another amputee who has shared a similar experience can be very motivating. Ge​tting input and advice from someone who understands is a very powerful element of speeding recovery and getting you back into life.

Find a Licensed Therapist–Online Search Use this search to identify a licensed therapist who can help you work through your trauma recovery.

Maria Droste Counseling Center Counseling & mental health services with sliding scale cost based on the patient’s ability to pay. Services include: –addiction counseling –chronic and long-term illness –Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) –Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder –Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) –Family & relationship counseling –grief counseling –Survivors Mental Health Program (SMHP) for survivors of violence

Jefferson Center Mental Health Resources and other various resources 303-425-0300

Jefferson County Comprehensive Services

Senior’s Resource Center

3227 Chase St, Denver, CO 80212 303-238-8151

Colorado Housing Connects

Housing resources 1-844-926-6632

Jefferson County Housing Authority Housing assistance

Catholic Charities

4045 Pecos Street, Denver, CO 80211 303-742-0828 Services: Counseling, Diapers, Emergency Assistance, Food, Immigration, and Shelter

Jefferson Unitarian Church Mental Health resources

Red Rocks Church General Resources

Community Table (Arvada Community Food Bank)

8555 W 57th Ave Arvada, CO 80002 Phone: 303-424-6685

Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP)

1200 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204 720-944-5437

Colorado Crisis Services 24/7 Emergency Phone Line 1-844-493-TALK (8255)

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Mental Health resources

National Alliance on Mental Illness (Resources, Therapists, Support Groups) The Colorado chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) offers connections to many different resources for managing mental illness, from depression to PTSD. Search for support groups, find therapists, learn about living with mental illness, and connect in online forums.

Peaceworks & Mountain Peace Shelter The PeaceWorks organization owns and operates Mountain Peace Shelter (MPS), a temporary secure and confidential place for individuals, families and pets that are experiencing Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). If you are in need of emergency shelter due to intimate partner violence or sexual assault, please call our 24 Hour Crisis Hotline at 303-838-8181 to speak with a confidential advocate. Peaceworks Administrative Office 30403 Kings Valley Drive, Suite 210 E Conifer, CO 80403

Colorado Legal Services

Mountain Resource Center (Conifer, CO) MRC offers a wide variety of helpful services to the greater Conifer, CO area, including basic needs, food pantry, family education, healthy living, public benefits program assistance, veterans support services, workforce program, and referrals to other helpful resource partners.

Printable List of Pain Clinics

A list of local pain management clinics.

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Printable List of Methadone Clinics


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