south-county-aServices in Southern Weld County

Schools, families, towns, and individuals are deeply affected by behavioral health issues. Southern Weld County is growing rapidly, and its citizens deserve local, high-quality behavioral health services from compassionate, experienced professionals. At North Range Behavioral Health, we work with people of all ages who feel challenged by mental illness and addiction. These challenges are common, and we are here to help. We have two offices in southern Weld County–Fort Lupton and Frederick.


ft-lupton-officeServices in our Fort Lupton office, located at 145 1st Street, include:

  • Individual, couples, and family therapy
  • Early childhood development education and assessment
  • Child and adolescent in-home services
  • Medication evaluation and monitoring
  • DUI/DWAI programs
  • Domestic violence treatment
  • Therapy, support and educational groups (including children’s emotional skill-building, bipolar disorder, and DUI)

frederick-officeServices in our Frederick office, located at 4943 Highway 52 (near I-25), include:

  • Individual, couples, and family therapy
  • Early childhood development education and assessment
  • Child and adolescent in-home services
  • Therapy, support, and educational groups
  • Medication evaluation and monitoring
  • DUI/DWAI programs

We will continue to add services in Frederick as we grow.

Suicide Education and Support Services and Mental Health First Aid classes are also available in southern Weld.

Please call 303.857.2723 to talk to someone about the program that is right for you.

We serve children, youth, adults, and families, across a wide spectrum of needs, economic status and race. We serve people with insurance, Health First Colorado (Medicaid), Medicare, CHP+, those without insurance, and those who prefer to pay out-of-pocket. Most services can be provided in English and Spanish by bilingual, culturally sensitive behavioral health professionals.


Integrated physical and behavioral healthcare can help you lead a healthier, more satisfying life. Visit our Integrated Care page to learn more about our locations in Southern Weld County


south-county-bNot Sure If You Need Help?

Sometimes it’s hard to know if you or a loved one needs treatment. If you find that work, school, or relationships are affected by how you or a loved one is feeling or behaving, or if you’re concerned about substance use, give us a call. We can help you determine your next step. Call 303.857.2723. This page also provides some guidelines that may help you.