CRISIS? Call 970.347.2120
if you are experiencing a crisis, need to talk to someone about your mental health, or to make an appointment.
At North Range Behavioral Health, we believe that everyone deserves high-quality treatment that leads to recovery. Explore our site and contact us to learn more about our mental health and addiction services.
We provide more than support and resources for recovery, wellness, independence, and good health – we offer HOPE.
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A toddler with worrisome behavior, a teen stuck in a cycle of high-risk behavior, a young woman fighting addiction, an older person feeling lonely and depressed – these are all people living with common behavioral health challenges.
We believe that no one should fight these challenges alone. Our experienced, well-trained team offers comprehensive services to help treat the “whole” you – in fact, no other local behavioral health organization offers more programs and solutions for children, youth, adults, and families. We also work closely with other community resources so that you can experience seamless and compassionate care.
We now offer walk-in crisis services at 928 12th Street in Greeley. If you or a loved one is in crisis, please call 970-347-2120, the state hotline, 844.493.TALK (8255), or come to our new location on 12th Street.
Our first concern is addressing your immediate need, and then we will help you find the right road to recovery. All ages are welcome, regardless of ability to pay. As part of a statewide system of crisis healthcare for all Coloradans, North Range Behavioral Health provides a continuum of crisis care and partners with community agencies and resources to get you the treatment you need.
We are looking for passionate, committed people to join our growing team of talented professionals. Click here to learn why North Range Behavioral Health is such a great place to work. Check out our new videos featuring Executive Director, Larry Pottorff, and Becky Wyperd, Program Director of our Youth & Family Team, talking about why you should consider a career with us.