At the Mental Health Center of Denver, staff are given the opportunity to create Employee Resource Groups around specific interests. One of the groups—The Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylums Group—allows staff to increase their knowledge about various cultures so that they can provide the people they treat with the best care possible.
Staff at the Mental Health Center of Denver love the impact that their work is having in the community. By providing individuals with services like housing, education, and employment, the team is seeing a greater acceptance of people suffering from mental illness—instead of the stigma that has cast a shadow over their lives for so long.
“If you have the opportunity to work here at the Mental Health Center of Denver, then you really have the opportunity to enrich people’s lives. That’s what makes it the most fulfilling for me to come to work every day.”
“One thing that’s unique about the Mental Health Center of Denver is that when an individual comes to work here, it’s because they have a passion for people.”