New North Range Behavioral Health office in Frederick!

From the North Range Behavioral Health newsletter:

Program Profile: Frederick

We’re proud to announce the opening of our new office in Frederick to serve residents in the fast-growing Carbon Valley area of southern Weld. Our experienced, compassionate staff can help people of all backgrounds and ages create and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle, even as they cope with a variety of behavioral health challenges. Our office in the Indian Peaks Medical Center allows easy referrals from medical providers in the same building, making the coordination of care as simple as possible.

Services in our Frederick office, located at 4943 Highway 52 (near I-25), include:

  • Individual, couples, and family therapy
  • Early childhood development education and assessment
  • Child and adolescent in-home services
  • Peer-to-peer support services
  • Therapy, support, and educational groups
  • Alcohol monitoring (spring 2015)
  • Medication evaluation and monitoring (spring 2015)
  • DUI/DWAI programs (spring 2015)

We will continue to add services in Frederick as we grow.

Suicide Education and Support Services and Mental Health First Aid classes are also available in southern Weld.

Please call 303.857.2723 to talk to someone about the program that is right for you.

We serve children, youth, adults, and families, across a wide spectrum of needs, economic status and race. We serve people with insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, CHP+, those without insurance, and those who prefer to pay out-of-pocket. Most services can be provided in English and Spanish by bilingual, culturally sensitive behavioral health professionals.


Yellow Ribbon Walk for Suicide Prevention!

Frederick High School will be hosting a walk (approximately 3.1 miles) in Frederick to benefit their new Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention program that they have started in the school. It will be held Saturday, May 9th at 9:00 a.m. and will go until noon. They will also be holding a silent auction during that time.  For more information, the route map, and to register please go to

We hope to see many of you out there!

Almost Spring break!

A few more days until Spring break. I know the kids, as well as the teachers, are looking forward to some much needed time off (especially after all the testing that’s been happening).

This week I started my groups and when we come back from Spring break I will continue with them, as well as do some “You’re a Leader” lessons in the classrooms. Our Legacy Luncheon for “You’re a Leader” will be on Wednesday, April 29th in the library.

Unfortunately, I had to cancel my Peer Pals group this Friday due to the 5th graders watching their maturation video (I will be watching it with the girls). Last year there were quite a few questions so we went until the end of the day.

I hope everyone has a fabulous Spring break!