Health & Well Being

Health & Well Being


 

  • Aging Service

Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains
Older Adult and Caregiver Services (OACS)
970-232-1180
www.lfsrm.org/caregiver-services
2732 McClelland Dr, Ste 3200, Ft. Collins, CO 80525
– Geriatric Care Management – consultation, comprehensive assessments and advocacy; mental health counseling for older adults and family caregivers.

  • Anger Management

First Call 211
211 Or: 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

Alpine Behavior Therapy Clinic
970-482-7771
www.abtclinic.com
1918 S. Lemay Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80525

Alternatives to Violence
970-669-5150
www.alternativestoviolence.org
313 E. 4th St.
Loveland, CO 80537
-Counseling, support groups, children’s programs, transitional living program, community education, information and referral, legal information, advocacy
-Intervention, education, & prevention of domestic violence, sexual assault, & other violent crimes. Child & adolescent programs offer counseling, education classes, workshops & support groups for youth who have been victims of violence. There are also classes & presentations available on unhealthy relationships, dating violence, conflict resolution, sexual harassment or assault, & anger management for teens.
-No fees for support services

ARC Counseling Center
970-224-1253
2629 Redwing Road Suite 365
Fort Collins, CO 80526
or
134 W. Harvard St. #5
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-Anger management counseling & substance abuse counseling for families and teens. Education on anger management & substance abuse

Island Grove Regional Treatment Center
970-493-1157
www.islandgrovertc.com

212 W. Mountain Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80521
-Classes & counseling for teens in anger management & healthy dating practices. Fees based on ability to pay

  • Cancer Support

American Cancer Society
970-226-0148
www.cancer.org/docroot/home/index.asp
344 E Foothills Parkway Suite 2E
Fort Collins, CO 80525

First Call 211
211 Or: 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

Hospice of Larimer County
970-663-3500
www.hlchospice.org
305 Carpenter Rd.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-On-call 24/7 nursing care
-Medical equipment and supplies
-Personal care provided by Certified Nurses Aides (CNAs)
-Social Services and Counseling
-Inpatient Care
-Medical oversight by Board-certified hospice & palliative care physicians
-Volunteer Services
-Expressive therapies, including music and art therapy
-Spiritual care through Chaplains or personal spiritual leaders
-Pathways: Programs for Grief and Loss
-Massage therapy
-Community education

Poudre Valley Health Systems
970-495-7000
www.pvhs.org
Corporate Offices
2315 E. Harmony Road, Suite 200
Fort Collins, CO 80528
-Cancer treatment and research center

  • Drug/Alcohol Resources & Information

Alanon & Alateen
970-488-1383
www.al-anon.org
Colorado Al-Anon
District 20
P.O. Box 1207
Fort Collins, CO 80527
-Help family and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of problem drinking
-Only requirement for membership is to have a family/friend who is an alcoholic-no fee

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
970-224-3552
www.aa.org
155 N. College Ave. #221
Fort Collins, CO 80524
-Help alcoholics achieve sobriety
-Help No fee for an AA membership
Monday:
12 Noon Women in Recovery (Women-Only, O, Step Study 12 x 12, BA, H) 305 E. Elizabeth St. John’s Lutheran Church
Wednesday:
12:00 Noon Step Sisters (Women-Only, O, H) 400 Boardwalk Dr. (3rd Wed. Birthdays, Last Wed. Speaker)
5:30 PM Sisters of Sobriety (Women-Only, C, D, H) 301 E. Drake Christ United Methodist Church (downstairs at the end of the hallway)
5:30 PM Live and Let Live (GLBT) 401 Mason Ct. in the downstairs meeting room at Dazbog Coffee
Thursday:
12:00 Noon Women in Recovery (C, Women-Only, H) 305 E. Elizabeth St. John’s Lutheran Church
5:30 PM Sharing Group (Women,O,D,H) 2008 Lincoln (Rocky Mountain Serenity Club)
Saturday:
9:30 AM Women of Faith Group (Women-Only, BA, H) 1601 W. Drake (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Satuurdays-closed, 4th-birthday, 5th-O, SP)

Alcohol Counseling & Guidance Services
970-221-3425
1136 East Stuart St. Suite 2060
Fort Collins, CO 80525

A New Perspective Counseling Centers
970-419-1100
www.anewperspective.com
1004 McHugh Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524
-Substance abuse counseling, domestic abuse counseling, anger management, group sessions

A R C Counseling Center
970-224-1253
2629 Redwing Road Suite 365
Fort Collins, CO 80526
-Substance abuse treatment services, outpatient

Cocaine Anonymous
303-421-5120

Connections
www.mentalhealthconnections.org
970-221-5551
525 W. Oak St.
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Walk-in or by appointment 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
-Information on counseling and treatment options
-Help connecting with the services that meet your needs
-Referrals to local counselors, treatment programs, classes, and support groups and other services
-Help finding affordable counseling and medications
-Information on mental health and substance abuse
-Help during times of crisis
-Assistance with coordinating your care
-Support and advice from a consumer advocate who understands your situation
-All services are free except for counseling which is based on your ability to pay

Fellowship House
970-282-0235
www.fortnet.org
1630 S. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-A center for recovering addicts, their families, and the community.
-Location for Narcotics Anonymous meetings, Nar-Anon meetings, social events, and info on other recovery resources

First Call 211
211 Or: 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

Institute for Alcohol Awareness
970-221-4057
255 Linden St. Ste. 206
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Island Grove Regional Treatment Center
970-493-1157
www.islandgrovertc.com
212 W. Mountain Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Offers detoxification, residential, and outpatient services to adults, adolescents, and men or women primarily in Weld and Larimer Counties, and provides approved domestic violence and offender programs

Jacob Center
970-484-8427
www.jacobcenter.org
729 Remington St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Provides foster care, prevention and after care services, and residential services

Mountain Crest Regional Behavioral Healthcare Center
970-207-4800 Or: 1-800-523-1213
PVHS@pvhs.org
4601 Corbett Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80528
-Behavioral health emergencies
-Family issues
-Stress-related symptoms
-Adolescent and school problems
-Depression and mood disorders
-Anxiety or panic attacks
-Alcohol and substance abuse problems
-Work-related problems or financial pressures
-Suicidal concerns
-Midlife crisis
-Postpartum depression
-Questions about psychiatric medicines

Narcotics Anonymous
970-282-8079
www.nacolorado.org
405 Scott Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80521
-Recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean

Northern Colorado Intergroup Inc.
970-224-3552
155 N. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
-Alcoholics anonymous meetings

Rocky Mountain Serenity Club (AA affiliated)
970-493-4715
2008 E. Lincoln Ave.
Fort Collins, Co 80524

TEAM Fort Collins-Student Assistance Mental Health Team (PSD)
970-224-9931
info@teamfortcollins.org
201 South College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Monday-Friday
-A non-profit community organization dedicated to preventing the abuse and illegal use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs, especially among youth and families, by promoting healthy lifestyles through community mobilization, educational programs, and interactive events

  • Eating Disorders

Beyond the Mirror
970-402-8543
www.beyondthemirror.org
1304 S. College Ave. Suite 12
Fort Collins, CO 80524
-Treatment for eating disorders involving psychotherapy or psychological counseling, in conjunction with medical monitoring and nutritional education

CSU Counseling Center
970-491-6053
http://www.counseling.colostate.edu/index.asp
University Counseling Center
123 Aylesworth Hall
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Fall through Summer 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
-Individual Counseling
-Group Counseling
-Stress Management Programs
-Outreach and Prevention
-Drugs, Alcohol, and You (DAY)
-Learning Assistance
-Emergency Services
-Fees are assessed for no shows and late cancellations of stress management, individual, couple, and group therapy appointments
-Individual and Couples Therapy sessions, beyond the first 5 sessions each semester, are assessed a fee of $10/session

First Call 211
211 Or: 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

National Eating Disorders Association
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

Overeaters Anonymous
970-282-5019
www.oa.org
126 N Mack St.
Fort Collins, CO 80521
-12 Step recovery process
-No dues or fees
-Addresses physical, emotional and spiritual well-being
-Encourages members to develop a food plan with a health care professional and a sponsor

  • Health Service and Medicaid

Mountain Crest Regional Behavioral Healthcare Center
970-207-4800 Or: 1-800-523-1213
PVHS@pvhs.org
4601 Corbett Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80528
-Behavioral health emergencies
-Family issues
-Stress-related symptoms
-Adolescent and school problems
-Depression and mood disorders
-Anxiety or panic attacks
-Alcohol and substance abuse problems
-Work-related problems or financial pressures
Suicidal concerns
-Midlife crisis
-Postpartum depression
-Questions about psychiatric medicines

Open Door Mission
970-224-4302 Ext: 1
Rational Recovery
970-484-5973

Respite Care Inc.
970-207-9453
www.respitecareinc.org
6203 S. Lemay Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-Short term care for families who have children with developmental disabilities

TEAM Fort Collins-Student Assistance Mental Health Team (PSD)
970-224-9931
info@teamfortcollins.org
201 South College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
9 a.m.- 4p.m. Monday-Friday
-A non-profit community organization dedicated to preventing the abuse and illegal use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs, especially among youth and families, by promoting healthy lifestyles through community mobilization, educational programs, and interactive events

The HUB
970-498-7000
www.larimer.org/humanservices/hub/
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Staffed 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week
Walk in Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.- 9 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
-Child protection screening
-Comprehensive child and family assessments for at risk youth
-Detention screening
-Early intervention and referral to appropriate community services
-Individual and/or family counseling for youth facing the following issues: delinquent behavior, non-detainable offenses, mental health emergencies, substance abuse, youth beyond control of their parents, parent/child conflicts, runaways and truancy
-Multi-disciplinary staffing
-Ages 0-18
-Free family mediation and assessments
-Call 970-498-6990 To report child abuse/neglect

Tonia Beard, M. Ed., LPC, NCC
970-581-0499
ToniaBeard@frii.com
-Licensed Professional Counselor-Individual, family, and Groups
-506 South College Ave. Suite A

MEDICAID

Eye Center of Northern Colorado
970-221-2222
www.eyecenternoco.com
1725 East Prospect Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-Accepts Medicaid

First Call 211
211 Or: 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

Internal Medicine Clinic
970-224-9508
1100 Poudre River Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80524
-Accepts Medicaid

Medicaid Pediatric Dental Office: Kort Mike DDS
970-377-2500
383 W. Drake Rd. #103
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Medicaid Dental Office

Salud Family Health Centers
970-494-4040
www.saludclinic.org
1635 Blue Spruce Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80521
-Primary health care to the medically underserved in 9 Northern Colorado communities

Women’s Resource Center
970-407-7034
www.womens-resource.org
424 Pine St., Suite 201
Fort Collins, CO 80524
-Increased access to health care for medically underserved women through outreach, education, and connection to care & advocacy

  • Residential Treatment

First Call 211
211 Or: 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

Mountain Crest Regional Behavioral Healthcare Center
970-207-4800 Or: 1-800-523-1213
PVHS@pvhs.org
4601 Corbett Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80528
-Behavioral health emergencies
-Family issues
-Stress-related symptoms
-Adolescent and school problems
-Depression and mood disorders
-Anxiety or panic attacks
-Alcohol and substance abuse problems
-Work-related problems or financial pressures
-Suicidal concerns
-Midlife crisis
-Postpartum depression
-Questions about psychiatric medicines

The HUB
970-498-7000
200 W. Oak Street
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Staffed 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week
Walk in Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.- 9 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
-Child protection screening
-Comprehensive child and family assessments for at risk youth
-Detention screening
-Early intervention and referral to appropriate community services
-Individual and/or family counseling for youth facing the following issues: delinquent behavior, non-detainable offenses, mental health emergencies, substance abuse, youth beyond control of their parents, parent/child conflicts, runaways and truancy
-Multi-disciplinary staffing
-Ages 0-18
-Free family mediation and assessments
-Call 970-498-6990 To report child abuse/neglect

Turning Point
970-221-0999
www.turningpnt.org
1644 S. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-Male and female youth residential programs for ages 12-18 with behavioral, mental health, drug and alcohol, legal, and/or educational concerns
-Medication management with a psychiatrist, individual, group and family therapies; substance abuse and mental health treatment; an individualized education; and community service activities

  • Suicide/Crisis Intervention

First Call 211
211 Or: 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

CSU Counseling Center
970-491-6053
http://www.counseling.colostate.edu/index.asp
University Counseling Center
123 Aylesworth Hall
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Fall through Summer 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
-Fort Student ONLY
-Individual Counseling
-Group Counseling
-Stress Management Programs
-Outreach and Prevention
-Drugs, Alcohol, and You (DAY)
-Learning Assistance
-Emergency Services
-Fees are assessed for no shows and late cancellations of stress management, individual, couple, and group therapy appointments
-Individual and Couples Therapy sessions, beyond the first 5 sessions each semester, are assessed a fee of $10/session

Larimer Center for Mental Health
(Adults) 970-494-4300
http://www.larimercenter.org/default.htm
525 W. Oak
Fort Collins, CO 80521
(Children and Family Services) 970-494-4200
2001 S. Shields, Bldg. K
Fort Collins, CO 80526
*24 hour emergency services provided at these numbers

Mountain Crest Regional Behavioral Healthcare Center
970-207-4800 Or: 1-800-523-1213
PVHS@pvhs.org
4601 Corbett Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80528

Suicide Resource Center
970-635-9301
suicide hotline: 1-800-273-TALK
www.suicideresourcecenter.org
315 E. 7th St.
Loveland, CO 80537

Survivors of Suicide
970-663-3500
http://www.survivorsofsuicide.com/index.html

TEAM Fort Collins-Student Assistance Mental Health Team (PSD)
970-224-9931
info@teamfortcollins.org
201 South College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Monday-Friday

Trans Lifeline
US: (877) 565-8860
Canada: (877) 330-6366
http://www.translifeline.org
Trans Lifeline is a non-profit dedicated to the well being of transgender people. We run a hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people. Trans Lifeline volunteers are ready to respond to whatever support needs members of our community might have.
This is a FREE helpline run by volunteers and supported by the community.
Operators are generally available
Mondays
12am – 9am, 10am – 9pm, and 12pm – midnight
Tuesdays
12am – 1am and 12pm – midnight
Wednesdays
12am – 4pm, 10am – 9pm, and 12pm – midnight
Thursdays
12am – 8am, 9am – 6pm, 10am – 9pm, and 11am – midnight
Fridays
12am – 2am, 4am – 5am, 10am – 9pm, and 12pm – midnight
Saturdays
12am – midnight
Sundays
12am – midnight
Eastern Time (US & Canada)

  • Support Groups

Front Range Exceptional Equestrians
970-221-0646
www.ridewithfree.org
P.O. Box 272452
Fort Collins, CO 80527
-Therapeutic horseback riding for disabled children

The Learning House
970-266-0844
www.thelearninghouse.org
3533 Riva Ridge Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80526
-Therapeutic playgroups for infants & toddlers
-Math & science-based preschool, kindergarten, enrichment for 5-8 year-olds, workshops for parents & professionals, advocacy support for families with children of special needs

Eating Disorder Program
970-224-9799
Contact: Dr. Jania Goldblat
Eclectic Transgender Support & Social Group
Eclectic offers education, support and social activities for the Transgender/Genderqueer/Intersex community of Northern Colorado. Support Group meets the 1st Tuesday of every month with discussion and support with a formal facilitator.
Please email nocoeclectic@gmail.com with questions and to learn the location of meetings.

  • Therapeutic Interventions

First Call 211
211 Or 970-407-7066
www.uwaylc.org

Center Life Skills Education
970-484-7263

Connections
970-221-5551
www.mentalhealthconnections.org
525 W. Oak St.
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Walk-in or by appointment 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
-Information on counseling and treatment options
-Help connecting with the services that meet your needs
-Referrals to local counselors, treatment programs, classes, and support groups and other services
-Help finding affordable counseling and medications
-Information on mental health and substance abuse
-Help during times of crisis
-Assistance with coordinating your care
-Support and advice from a consumer advocate who understands your situation
-All services are free except for counseling which is based on your ability to pay

CSU Counseling Center
970-491-6053
http://www.counseling.colostate.edu/index.asp
University Counseling Center
123 Aylesworth Hall
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Fall through Summer 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
-Individual Counseling
-Group Counseling
-Stress Management Programs
-Outreach and Prevention
-Drugs, Alcohol, and You (DAY)
-Learning Assistance
-Emergency Services
-Fees are assessed for no shows and late cancellations of stress management, individual, couple, and group therapy appointments
-Individual and Couples Therapy sessions, beyond the first 5 sessions each semester, are assessed a fee of $10/session

Disability Connection & RAFT
970-229-0222
-Provides resource services for families with handicapped children in Northern Colorado

DREAM-Day by Day Respite Education & Advocacy for Mental Health 970-226-4058
www.idreamofrespite.org
3800 Automation Way, Suite 200A
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-Recruits respite care providers to be matched with families with children with mental health challenges and significant emotional disorders
-Offers family and community education about mental disorders and advocates are available to attend Individual Education Plan Meetings (IEP meetings)

Foothills Gateway Rehabilitation Center Charitable Trust
970-226-2345
www.foothillsgateway.org
301 Skyway Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525
-Provides support to other entities that work with the developmentally disabled

Larimer Center for Mental Health
(Adults) 970-494-4300
http://www.larimercenter.org/default.htm
525 W. Oak
Fort Collins, CO 80521
(Children and Family Services) 970-494-4200
2001 S. Shields, Bldg. K
Fort Collins, CO 80526
*24 hour emergency services provided at these numbers
-North County Services
-Emergency Services
-Connections
-Adult Clinical Team
-Intensive Case Management
-Integrated Community Support

Choice House, located at 214 South Whitcomb, Fort Collins, Colorado. Room, board and 24-hour supervision are provided in a safe, structured environment. Intense staff support is provided as an alternative to hospitalization and as a means to provide structure and support for transition to semi-independent or independent living.

Promise House, located at 218 South Whitcomb, Fort Collins, Colorado. Center staff provides regular daily supervision at this facility. This facility provides semi-independent living to its residents who assume primary responsibility for managing their daily lives and attending to their basic needs.

SRO’s (Single Room Occupancy) are residences for single adults over the age of 18.

Subsidized Housing Program (HUD) Section 8 certificates are administered by LCMH staff and are used at various apartment locations in the community as well as in the Project Based assistance units, located with a four-plex at 1216 Maple in Fort Collins. Subsidized housing is available to LCMH consumers who live independently with minimal supervision. Care Coordination assistance is available.

Transitional Housing

Crossroads Out Reach Center
528 South College Avenue
Fort Collins, CO – 80524
970-530-2353
PATHWAYS TO SPIRIT FORT COLLINS
Fort Collins, CO 80526
(970) 282-8573

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Northern Colorado and SE Wyoming and Fort Collins
1247 Riverside Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-229-0695
-Housing assistance programs include:
-Financial Management
-Budget Counseling
-Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution Counseling
-Pre purchase Counseling
-Predatory Lending Education Workshops
-Rental Assistance Housing Counseling
-Services for Homeless Counseling
– Speak the following languages -English, Spanish

Funding Partners for Housing Solutions Fort Collins
214 S College Ave
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970)494-2021
-Non-Profit Organization that Provides Housing Assistince.

Shelter Plus Care

Projects for Assistance in Transition From Homelessness (PATH
Spirit Crossing Clubhouse and Vocational Support Programs are located at 251 Jefferson in Fort Collins. Vocational support includes transitional employment, supported employment and job development, career counseling, supported education, and job-seeking skills training. Clubhouse members and staff operate the facility jointly. Clubhouse work-ordered day activities include preparing and serving lunch daily, clerical and retail work, computer and data entry, newsletter publishing, and facility maintenance. Recovery oriented activities include weekly socials and recreational outings, wellness classes, fundraising, consumer advocacy, community education and program development responsibilities.

Choices Café It is a safe place for consumers of LCMH to come for social interaction and fun.

ABC (Acquisition of Benefits Committee) Many LCMH consumers are in need of Social Security benefits (SSI or SSDI). This team has been trained to streamline the application process in order to increase the likelihood of a successful application.

Pre-Admission Screen Resident Review (PASRR) Persons referred to a nursing facility must be screened prior to admission to determine whether or not a psychiatric diagnosis is present.

Multicultural Services Programming includes strengthening Latino Families, support groups in Spanish and interpretive and case management services on and off-site.


 

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