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NoCo Overdose Awareness

Treat Addiction, Save Lives: Overdose Awareness Film Series 2020

August 31st is Overdose Awareness Day.  Held on 31 August every year, the aim of IOAD is to raise awareness, reduce the stigma of drug-related deaths, remember those who have died or suffered permanent injury because of drug overdose and stimulate discussion about overdose prevention and drug policy. North America continues to experience the highest […]

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SummitStone’s Co-Responder program helps Loveland police provide mental health support to people in need

SummitStone’s Co-Responder program has been in Loveland since 2016 and has been a valuable resource for the Loveland Police Department to help build community trust and ease the strain on law enforcement. “As sweeping protests against police brutality in the wake of George Floyd’s death have led to a national conversation about policing, many communities […]

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Loveland hospitals stocking up on supplies before surge in covid19

Loveland hospitals and COVID-19 surge

Loveland hospitals buckling down, stocking up ahead of projected COVID-19 surge As the number of COVID-19 cases in Larimer County continues to rise, Loveland’s hospitals are working to ensure that they have enough supplies to weather the storm. Due to the pandemic, the U.S. has experienced a shortage of equipment such as masks and gloves, cleaning […]

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Crisis Services SummitStone

Officials prepare for rise in crisis services hotline calls

We are closely monitoring what our crisis services system looks like and how they’re making accommodations in this time of coronavirus,” said Camille Harding, the division director for the state’s community behavioral health department. “Staff expects calls and texts to increase after Coloradans have moved into living with school closures and stay-at-home orders, as well […]

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SummitStone Behavioral Health Urgent Care

SummitStone Behavioral Health Urgent Care  – Helping people cope, manage, recover from a mental health crisis “Each year, one in five people experiences a mental or behavioral health issue that impairs their ability to function in daily activities. Fortunately, help is available. SummitStone Health Partners’ Behavioral Health Urgent Care provides immediate help, 8 a.m. to […]

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Larimer County Sheriff Office

Grant funded Co-Responder Program meets high demands in its first year

By pairing SummitStone Health Partners Co-responder, Lesley Craig, and the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, this has helped improve outcomes and save lives of those with mental health and substance use issues. “Long-term solutions are one of the co-responder’s goals. The program aims to help give citizens in crisis an access point to assessment and treatment, […]

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