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Namaqua Center Foothills Service League

Foothills Service League supports SummitStone’s Namaqua Center

Since 1959, the Foothills Service League has dedicated themselves to countless hours of fundraising to improve the quality of life for people in Larimer County — specifically for individuals with cognitive disabilities and children who have been abused or neglected. Over the years, they have raised well over $1 million for both Foothills Gateway, Inc. […]

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SummitStone Health Partners offers free suicide prevention training

SummitStone Health Partners offers free suicide prevention training during Mental Health Awareness Month FORT COLLINS — The suicide rate in America is the highest it has been in decades, according to the Centers for Disease Control. This national crisis does not discriminate across age groups, genders or race. Colorado consistently rates in the top ten […]

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May is mental health month

Celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month by talking about it

Since 1949, Mental Health America has celebrated May as Mental Health Awareness Month. I would like to thank each of the municipalities that recently released proclamations officially recognizing it as such. In recent weeks, Timnath, Wellington, Johnstown, Loveland, Windsor, Berthoud, Estes Park and Larimer County have all passed Mental Health Awareness proclamations, with Fort Collins […]

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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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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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Reporter-Herald-photo by Jenny-Sparks

Thompson Valley EMS embeds Co-responder for behavioral health calls

SummitStone Health Partners has paired a behavioral health co-responder with the Loveland-based emergency medical service, marking one of the first non-law enforcement agencies to do so. The CARES program connects people with resources they may not have access to that help prevent further needs for service and can also refer patients to mental health programs. […]

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SummitStone Acudetox

New AcuDetox therapy offers acupuncture for improved behavioral health

ESTES PARK – SummitStone Health Partners now offers AcuWellness treatment, which uses acupuncture needles on the ear to decrease cravings, stress, trauma symptoms and other behavioral health concerns. Technically called Auricular acupuncture, the treatment focuses on five stimulation points on the ear that can help treat conditions in other parts of the body. Clients generally […]

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SummitStone Acudetox

SummitStone now offers ear acupuncture in Estes Park

April Malcolm is a Child and Family Program Manager with SummitStone Health Partners. She said the free clinic was an effort to inform the population about the benefits of AcuWellness. “We want to be able to serve all of our clients that come to SummitStone with the latest and most interesting and popular treatments,” she […]

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