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Mental Health: Mind Matters

10/5/2020

Mental Health: Mind Matters

In 2019, the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery was awarded funding through the 2019 Behavioral Health Services (BHS) Grant Program. The funding was awarded to support a special traveling exhibit and related programming that focuses on mental health. 

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09/23/2020

Behavioral Health Services 2020 Grant Program and Gary A. Darling Award recipients

Annual award recipients for both the Behavioral Health Services Grant Program and the Gary A. Darling Grant Program were approved by the Board of Larimer County Commissioners at their regular Administrative Matters meeting.

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09/23/2020

2020 Grant Awards & Gary A. Darling Grant Award Announced

Annual award recipients for both the Behavioral Health Services Grant Program and the Gary A. Darling Grant Program were approved by the Board of Larimer County Commissioners at their regular Administrative Matters meeting. 

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ALL EVENTS UPCOMING EVENTS

Nov
02
Mon 8:00 AM Meeting will be held via ZOOM
Dec
07
Mon 8:00 AM Meeting will be held via ZOOM

Shall Larimer County taxes be increased $19,000,000 dollars annually (estimated first fiscal year dollar increase in 2019) and by whatever additional amount as may be raised annually thereafter, for a period of 20 years by the imposition of a .25% (25 cents on $100 dollars) sales and use tax with all revenue from such tax to be used in accordance with the Board of County Commissioners Resolution # 07242018R013 for the following Mental/Behavioral Health care purposes:

  • Provide preventative, early identification, intervention, support, and treatment services for youth, adults, families and senior citizens, either directly or indirectly, who are residents of Larimer County including Berthoud, Estes Park, Fort Collins, Johnstown, Loveland, Timnath, Wellington, Windsor and rural communities of Larimer County through in-person and other delivery methods, which may include tele-services, community based services and other service options and;
  • Acquire, construct, improve, maintain, lease, remodel, staff, equip, and operate new and/or existing mental/behavioral health facilities;

Further provided that an annual report shall be published and provided to the Board of County Commissioners on the designation or use of the revenues from the tax increase in the preceding calendar year consistent with its approved purposes.

Larimer County is a community that values and promotes behavioral health with a comprehensive and sustainable continuum of behavioral health care.

Responsibly investing in community-driven work to increase access to behavioral health services and improve outcomes for all Larimer County residents.

  • Enhance community-based services to shift from an acute- care model to a recovery-based model of care
  • Improve access to behavioral health services in both rural and urban areas
  • Promote emotional health and well-being
  • Reduce substance abuse
  • Reduce attempted and completed suicides
  • Reduce recidivism for individuals with unmet behavioral health issues

Behavioral Health Services

2601 Midpoint Dr., Suite 112
Fort Collins, CO  80525
(970) 498-7125
Email Behavioral Health

NOTE: Although our office location is closed, BHS staff is working remotely and available via email. Please see our Staff Page for the staff directory. 

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