Here’s the place to start if you think that you or a family member might need help.
- How do I know if I need help?
- How do I know if my young child needs help? Or my teenager?
- Could you help my family?
Knowing what to expect always makes things easier. Here you’ll learn what you will need to bring with you to your first appointment and what we might ask you.
Paying for treatment can be stressful, but it should never stop you from seeking care for yourself or your loved one. Before treatment, we will talk to you about the options you have to pay for your care–whether you want to pay out-of-pocket, use insurance, Health First Colorado (Medicaid), CHP+, or Medicare. If you are concerned about paying for treatment, we offer discounted fees based on family size and income. No one will be denied treatment based on inability to pay.
Behavioral health emergencies should be taken seriously. This section provides guidance about what is and is not an emergency, steps to take to protect yourself or family members, and how to seek emergency services.
North Range Behavioral Health offers an array of programs to help children, youth, adults, and families live a healthy and productive life. Whether you are looking for help for yourself or a loved one or you are a professional provider or community partner who needs to refer someone to our services, you can find information here.
It’s our job to help you find the right service, provider, or program for your needs. Call 970.347.2120 to talk with someone who can help.
North Range Behavioral Health believes that a strong community begins with educating and guiding individuals of all ages to choose better options and healthier approaches throughout one’s life. We strongly believe that prevention and education build the foundation for strong children and adults—and healthy communities.
We believe in starting young: a growing child can learn skills and behaviors that will serve him or her throughout life. Our early childhood programs address the emotional, social, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of development.
Our suicide education and prevention team is dedicated to suicide prevention and community education as well as supporting those who have lost a loved one to suicide.
Our prevention and education efforts also include a successful, community-based program that offers many resources to help children, teens, families, and our communities avoid the dangers and heartbreak of underage alcohol and drug use.
We teach Mental Health First Aid, an interactive class designed for those who want to enhance their understanding of mental health and help support those with mental health challenges.
We also offer a variety of programs to businesses and organizations for their employees.