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Panel discussion focuses on mental health during COVID

This panel discussion provides perspectives about the mental health and substance use issues in Larimer County resulting from COVID-19 and other 2020 stressors. Learn how families have been impacted, the role of disparities, and how providers have transformed their ways of working. Speakers include Marybeth Rigali-Oiler, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, CAYAC Program, Health District of Northern […]

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. […]

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. […]

Executives & Management

Michael Allen Chief Executive Officer Read More...Michael Allen has more than 20 years of experience in behavioral health, both as a clinician and as an administrator. In addition to being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) certification, Michael also earned an MBA from Colorado State University. He joins SummitStone Health Partners after serving as Vice [...]

Larimer County law agencies seek grant to pair more counselors with officers

Funds will expand program to have counselors work with officers in Larimer County, Loveland, Fort Collins By Pamela Johnson – Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Local law enforcement agencies are hoping for a $362,000 grant to multiply the number of certified counselors available to respond to crisis calls with officers. Larimer County is leading the grant application […]

Loveland, Fort Collins police team up with behavioral health specialists

Not every person with a mental health issue who gets reported to police is engaged in criminal activity. Yet police are often called to respond to incidents where a person may need crisis assistance but not necessarily criminal justice intervention. That takes up limited police resources and emergency services and doesn’t get the person the […]