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.
Why We Care
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.
"North Range has emphasized my strengths, rather than focusing on my mental illness. I have experienced forgiveness, patience, and understanding. I am able to focus on work and to live in the present, like a mentally well person." Davis, age 55.
For Our Medicaid Customers
You may have heard about an upcoming change to who manages your Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorder services for Medicaid. Previously, the contract has been held by a Behavioral Health Organization (BHO) called Northeast Behavioral Health Partnership (NBHP). Beginning July 1, 2014, Colorado Access will manage your behavioral healthcare for Medicaid under its Access Behavioral Care Northeast program.
We are pleased to say our contract with Colorado Access is very similar to what we had previously with NBHP. This means your behavioral healthcare will not change and continue without interruption. The only difference you will see is a change in the BHO name and address on your Medicaid card. You will not need to do anything to continue getting care from North Range Behavioral Health.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask the friendly folks at the front desk, or give us a call at 970-347-2120.
Coping After the Colorado Floods
Weld County is still recovering from the floods of last fall. If you have questions about resources available to help those affected by the flood, please visit the Colorado Spirit Flood Recovery website or call (970) 347-2398.