For more than 60 years, SummitStone Health Partners has been transforming lives through recovery, renewal and respect by providing unsurpassed behavioral health prevention, intervention and treatment services in Larimer County. SummitStone provides more than 50 services dedicated to treating mental health and addiction disorders for people of all ages. We are the largest behavioral health provider of Medicaid in Larimer County. 92% of all donations are invested in direct services to our clients, 22% of whom are children. SummitStone Health Partners is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Mission: To provide unsurpassed behavioral health prevention, intervention and treatment services.

Core Values:

The few essential tenets that are non-negotiable within the organization – timeless and unchanging:

  • People Can and Do Recover
  • We are Continuously Improving
  • Care Starts with “Yes”
  • We are Champions for SHP, Our Clients, Our Communities and Each Other

Strategic Anchors:

  • Excellence in Clinical Care
  • Committed and Engaged Staff
  • Superior Client Experience
  • Leader and Voice for Behavioral Health in the Community

Diversity and Inclusion 

SummitStone Health Partners recognizes that culture, heritage, and tradition are integral to the lives and experiences of each person. We believe it is our responsibility to honor diversity and reflect our communities through culturally informed practices and inclusivity. SummitStone is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment for clients receiving our services and the staff delivering them.

We know that in order to provide unsurpassed behavioral health prevention, intervention, and treatment services, we must accept and support each person’s whole and authentic self.

The communities we serve are founded in diverse perspectives and histories, and we understand the importance of being champions for our communities through representation and respect. SummitStone Health Partners is committed to providing all staff members with continual opportunities to learn and develop skills in culture and diversity in order to foster an inclusive workplace and inform excellent clinical care.
We know that culture and diversity are fundamentally valuable, and that the celebration and appreciation of identity is essential in providing quality care, connecting with those we serve, and creating a safe and supportive work environment for all.