If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide,
DO NOT HESITATE to take action.
Call 970.347.2120 or the National Suicide Hotline, 1.800.273.TALK (8255).
If you or someone you know is experiencing a behavioral health crisis, you can also come to our walk-in center at
928 12th Street in Greeley, open 24/7/365.
Just as eating well and exercising can help one prevent physical disease, there are many innovative and integrative treatments and resources that can strengthen one’s ability to maintain good behavioral health. Most of our adult services include approaches that prevent relapse while encouraging recovery and transition back into work and community.
We have many programs to help prevent and educate the community about behavioral health issues and crises.
North Range Behavioral Health offers comprehensive prevention and education programs that foster and strengthen behavioral health and community wellness.
Early Childhood Programs
North Range Behavioral Health offers early childhood prevention programs that provide a strong start for a child and nurture emotional and mental wellbeing. Our compassionate, expert staff in our Family Connects programs work with parents and other caregivers to evaluate young children who are exhibiting behavioral challenges. Early identification and treatment of these issues lead to positive, life-long benefits for children, their families, and our communities.
Call 970.347.2120 to learn more about our early childhood programs and how we can help your child.
SESS is dedicated to suicide prevention and education as well as supporting those who have lost a loved one to suicide.
Suicide is a tragic epidemic that doesn’t care about age, gender, or race. As many as one in six people will feel suicidal during his or her lifetime. Chances are that each of us knows someone who has experienced these feelings. It is important to take action if you or someone you know is contemplating suicide.
When one feels hopeless, suicide may feel like it’s the only option—but it is a permanent one, when problems, even big ones, are often temporary. Positive change can happen.
“After suffering the loss of a student’s parent, two spouses of faculty members, and a day care provider of several other students because of suicide all within a 4-month time period, our elementary school was searching for guidance and support. SESS and North Range Behavioral Health was able to help. They presented information to our teachers that helped answer questions, clear up misconceptions, and prepare us as we moved forward. We were better prepared to help a student and his family take further steps in getting the additional help needed before we were faced with yet another tragedy.” – David Grubbs, Principal, Windsor Elementary.
Read more about our SESS programs here.
Have you lost a loved one to suicide? We can help. Please call 970.313.1089 to speak to our counselors.
Weld County Prevention Partners
Weld County Prevention Partners offers many resources to help children, teens, families, and our communities avoid the dangers and heartbreak of underage alcohol and drug use. Our vision is to help empower youth and families to reach their full potential through education, resources and support.
Teens, drugs, and alcohol don’t mix. Learn more about Weld County Prevention Partners here.
Mental Health First Aid is an interactive class designed for those who want to enhance their understanding of mental health and help support those with mental health challenges. We welcome people of all ages, including hospital workers, policy makers, employers, faith communities, educators and other school staff, police and corrections officers, nursing home personnel, and behavioral health support staff.
Contact 970.347.2395 or click here to learn more.
We offer a variety of programs to companies and organizations for their employees. Contact us to attend employee health fairs, present at lunch and learns, and talk to groups about suicide prevention and grief or other mental health or substance use challenges. Our staff can train your employees on QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), which will help them recognize and respond when a person is experiencing a suicide crisis.