Changes to treatment of inmates and more money for school counseling are included in new laws.
What Art Therapy Looks Like In Colorado, As Second Lady Karen Pence Shines A National Spotlight On The Profession
CPR News speaks with the head of the Art Therapy Association of Colorado, who practices at a psychiatric hospital.
Bennet asks David Shulkin to address mental health care coverage for former military members who received other-than-honorable discharges.
Grief over the death of former Heisman Trophy winner tempers excitement over team's first bowl appearance in nine years.
Attending symphony concerts has a positive impact on people with memory loss, according to research by Colorado State University.
An Army review, prompted by a NPR-CPR investigation, concluded that commanders did nothing wrong — but experts dispute that.
The Sie Center for Down Syndrome at Children's Hospital Colorado is seeing more cases of young people with "regression," which they say has been under-diagnosed.
The Denver political strategist should've been on top of the world after gay marriage became legal last summer. Instead, he's coming off the toughest year of his life.
A Colorado psychologist says society has to adapt to a "new normal" in recent years.
New crisis centers offering care as simple as listening to a song in a soothing environment, have opened in Denver, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction and other communities