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
"So many city employees touch the general population and could play a role in spotting issues," said Don Mares, executive director of Denver’s Department of Human Services.
Mental health first aid teaches empathy and practical responses, but can it become as common as CPR?
The best way to help troops recover from wounds like post-traumatic stress is to remove the stigma associated with seeking help, a retired Army general says.
Frank Costabile was broke, paranoid and suicidal after the Army forced him out. He found treatment without the Army's help. And he's not alone.
A secret tape leads to an investigation and questions about the treatment of troops at Fort Carson.