Month: April 2018

MHFA - Mental Health First Aid Classes Adult

ADULT Mental Health First Aid Classes

ADULT Mental Health First Aid, 8am-5pm SummitStone Health Partners recognizes the need for people to take care of their mental health and we want to bring more resources to our community. We are helping to pioneer Mental Health First Aid in Northern Colorado to encourage public understanding of the signs and symptoms associated with behavioral health […]

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YOUTH Mental Health First Aid Classes

YOUTH Mental Health First Aid, 8am-5pm Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. Youth Mental Health […]

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Tips for Successful Recovery

Tips for Success in Recovery

It takes a great deal of courage to put aside any reservations you have and seek treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction. Once you’ve made that wise decision, you want to be sure you get all you can out of the process. That’s why we tell people at our Fort Collins treatment center that […]

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Larimer coalition plans to ask for sales tax for mental health

“A coalition of mental health experts within Larimer County are working together to expand treatment options to all corners of the county and expect to ask voters for a sales tax to help pay for this behavioral health initiative. Laurie Stolen, the county’s behavioral health project director, mentioned the possible ballot issue Tuesday as the […]

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Co-responders for Law Enforcement Grant

Co-responders can help respond to calls in which a mental or behavioral health issue is involved in hopes of helping funnel people to the resources they need instead of just sending them into the criminal justice system and continuing the cycle. We are excited about the additional behavioral health specialists who will be helping law enforcement officers […]

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Behavioral Health Grant Contract Signed

“The Board of Larimer County Commissioners today signed a contract for a grant award of $397,428 from the Colorado Department of Human Services Office of Behavioral Health to help fund the new Co-Responder Program in Larimer County. The funding gives local law enforcement more tools to help people with mental health and substance abuse issues. […]

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