BHS Crisis Response Fund

The recipients for funding through the BHS Crisis Response Fund have been announced. The following nine organizations have been approved to receive support for the initial round of emergency funding to address behavioral health issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The COVID-19 coronavirus has gripped the world and affected every individual in our community. In response to this unprecedented time, the Behavioral Health Services Crisis Response Fund was established.

The purpose of the fund is to make immediate financial support available to 501(c)(3) organizations that provide mental health/substance use treatment and/or services that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in Larimer County.

Funding will be distributed to assist organizations with the following efforts: meeting increased demand for behavioral health services; adapting organizational delivery models to offer virtual services; and increasing community outreach and awareness.

The following nine organizations will receive funding through the BHS Crisis Response Fund for a total funding amount of $115,545:

  • Health District of Northern Larimer County
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Alliance for Suicide Prevention
  • La Cocina
  • Healing Warriors
  • The Matthews House
  • Sexual Assault Victim Advocate (SAVA)
  • Crossroads Safehouse
  • Center for Family Outreach

For additional details about the organizations and funding amounts, please view our Crisis Response Program Funding Summary.

QUESTIONS?

Jessica Plummer, Program Manager
Behavioral Health Services
2601 Midpoint Drive, Suite 112
970-498-7124
bhsgrants@larimer.org