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Voter-approved, Community-driven Behavioral Health Facility for Larimer County

An inaugural effort for mental health in Colorado. Longview Behavioral Health will serve Larimer County residents in need of urgent help for mental health and/or substance use disorders.

The new Longview Behavioral Health campus will provide licensed, equitable and culturally relevant care and treatment to individuals in crisis with mental health and/or substance use disorders. This facility will serve anyone residing in Larimer County in need of urgent intervention for mental health or substance use regardless of race, color, ethnic or national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, creed, political beliefs, or disability.

The facility is located at 2260 West Trilby Road in Fort Collins. Completion of this project will offer access to critical services to all residents and will bring almost 200 jobs to Larimer County. Construction is expected to be completed and Longview will open to the public in 2023.


Behavioral Health Services and SummitStone Health Partners are pleased to co-host virtual presentations to share details about the new behavioral health facility. Join us for virtual, live presentations or watch a recorded session.

Larimer County has contracted with SummitStone Health Partners along with UCHealth to provide clinical care and treatment at Longview. The innovative design of the facility and the unique approach to care will allow individuals experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis to access multiple levels of care at one location. A comprehensive care team will be available 24/7 to accept, assess and assure care for all individuals who arrive at Longview. An intake team will be available for a seamless transfer of care for those in crisis from family, law enforcement officers and other first responders. A highly-trained care team will provide the appropriate level of care for the appropriate amount of time and coordinate a care plan before being discharged.

Once open, services at the facility will include:

  • Urgent care, a 24/7 service for behavioral health
  • Withdrawal management, a two-level service
  • Social detox and medically-monitored detox
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Crisis stabilization unit (CSU), a short-term residential program for individuals with moderate to severe acute psychiatric or co-occurring crises
  • Short-term intensive residential treatment (IRT), a short-term residential program for clients focused on recovery after detox
  • Care coordination
  • Bridge clinic for transitional care
  • Pharmacy and lab services are on-site

Longview, designed by architects, Page Southerland Page, is a 55,000+ square foot, 64-bed crisis care facility and includes a welcoming reception and lobby, public and first responder entrances, triage and observation space, crisis stabilization unit, detox and short-term treatment units, pharmacy, laboratory, food service, exercise/wellness room, meeting space, and an administrative wing.


Join the team and support this exciting, ground-breaking facility for mental health in Colorado!

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