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Co-Responder Jesse Boyd

SummitStone Co-Responder program continues to grow, gain recognition

SummitStone is proud to announce that Jesse Boyd, our Co-Responder with the Loveland Police Department, was recognized as the Professional Staff Employee of the Year at the Police Department’s Annual Awards Ceremony on Feb. 22. Chief Robert Ticer commended Jesse’s work ethic along with the overall effectiveness of the program, which focuses on including behavioral […]

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SummitStone Health Partners new website homepage

SummitStone launches new website featuring self-screening tools

SummitStone Health Partners has undertaken a complete redesign of the agency’s website. The new site, www.summitstonehealth.org, features upbeat, bright colors, uplifting photos and the ease of one-click navigation to find the behavioral health information you need. “We know that many people come to our site looking for help, often with a sense of urgency,” said […]

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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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Collaboration opens up homes for 9 people living in poverty, homelessness

Neighbor to Neighbor turned three former group homes into shared housing, a model they hope can be used in the future to mitigate homelessness for at-risk populations. N2N partnered with Homeless Gear, SummitStone Health Partners and Disabled Resource Services to support homeless residents living with disabilities and making less than 30 percent of area median income. The first of nine […]

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