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North Range Adult Services Network

With over 115 staff, our Adult Services network offers a variety of proven and trauma-informed approaches to help adults with mental health or substance use challenges. When one thinks of “therapy,” typically the image of a couch in a warmly lit, fern-filled office comes to mind. And while we do offer traditional outpatient individual, family, and group therapy as well as psychiatric and medication services in office settings, we provide many other ways to help people in recovery.

Senior Peer Counseling

  • For seniors 65 or older who are facing challenges that put them at risk for anxiety and depression.
  • Employs and trains older, semi-retired, compassionate individuals as peer counselors who provide confidential support, encouragement, and tools to help seniors and their families cope.
  • Visits can occur in homes, residential facilities, or in the community.
  • Offered at no cost; supported by Area Agency on Aging.


Adult Outpatient Program (AOP)

  • Outpatient therapy for adults with mental health issues, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders.
  • Various groups offered as well as individual therapy.
  • Also offer mandated programs for individuals who must address the issues that cause involvement with law enforcement, such as Offender Self-Management, all levels DUI/DWAI education and treatment, and Domestic Violence (DV) Offender treatment.


Adult Recovery Program (ARP)

  • For adults recovering from the challenges of serious mental illness and/or substance use disorders.
  • Focuses on individual’s strengths and values.
  • Individual and group therapy as well as case management.
  • Therapist located at Envision provides services for individuals (and their families) with co-occurring mental health and developmental disabilities.


Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

  • Community-based, evidence-based practice for those with severe and persistent mental illness.
  • Outreach, case management, medication monitoring, stabilization, and wellness services.
  • Proven to reduce hospitalizations.
  • Services and support are not time-limited.
  • People with significant challenges can become more engaged in the community and live independently.


Trained Peer Specialists

  • Adults with lived experience who are trained to support individuals with struggles in mental illness, psychological trauma or crises, and/or substance use.
  • Peers assist individulas in articulating their goals for recovery and learning and practicing new skills, help them monitor their progress, support them in their treatment and to advocate for themselves, and model effective coping techniques and self-help strategies.
  • Work in a variety of North Range adult programs.


SPOT Drop-in Center (Seeing Positive Outcomes Together)

  • Voluntary recreational and social day program for individuals with mental illness.
  • Run by Peer Specialists.


additonal-infoResidential Services

    • A continuum of options to serve different needs in recovery
    • Residences staffed 24/7:

– Kinnick House: 12-bed facility for individuals learning the necessary skills to live independently; average stay of six months.
– Maxwell Center: 10-bed, long-term care facility providing oversight, daily living assistance, personal and homemaker services.
– Group and recreational therapy offered.
– Residents are actively involved in outpatient treatment at North Range.

    • Permanent Supported Housing:

– 18 Harmony Way apartments provide housing and support services for adults who are moving from homelessness to community living.
– Partially funded by HUD.
– A continuum of options to serve different needs in recovery

    • Transitional Housing:

– For individuals in North Range services who are in transition to other housing.

    • Independent Living:

– Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH).
– Case manager at Guadeloupe Apartments provides support and referrals to North Range services.

    • Housing Vouchers:

– Vouchers support residents with housing costs in the community.
– Collaboration with federal, state and local housing authorities.



Individual Placement and Support (IPS)

  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation: Recovery through Work.
  • Employment service that helps individuals with mental illness and/or substance use disorders find steady, competitive, supported employment to enhance recovery.
  • Integrated with treatment provided by North Range.
    Frontier House
  • Established in 1990; follows the International Clubhouse Model of Psychosocial Rehabilitation.
  • Open to anyone over 18 with a diagnosis of mental illness.
  • Referrals are made from North Range programs as well as other mental health providers in the community.
  • Members engage in the work of the Clubhouse, volunteering to participate as they feel ready and according to interests.
  • Staff assists members in planning and achieving educational goals.
  • Supportive employment and education services: career exploration, job placement, job coaching, work adjustment training, and other supports.
  • Pioneer House: a colleague-managed housing facility for Clubhouse members.


what-to-expect-fam-knowTrue North Intensive Services

    • Adults struggling to overcome substance abuse and compounding mental health issues.
    • No waitlist: interim service planning helps clients get treatment quickly.
    • Intensive Residential Treatment:

– 24/7 staff-supported sober living.
– 20 hours of treatment services per week focus on life skills, relapse prevention, healthy relationships, and behavior change.

    • Transitional Residential Treatment:

– Lower-level of care; minimum of five hours of treatment services as clients move toward community living and employment.

    • Intensive Outpatient Services:

– Morning and afternoon tracks available.
– Nine hours of outpatient services; can be reduced based on clients’ needs.

    • Wendt House (“Bill’s Place”)

– Sober living housing for individuals and their families.

    • Recovery Services

– Relapse prevention services for clients who are successful in recovery.



True North Intensive Services – Specialty Courts

    • Family Treatment Court

– Families referred by DHS; offered a deferred Dependency and Neglect charge upon completion.
– 1-year program focusing on substance use disorder and mental health treatment, parenting, employment, and housing.
– Supported by Mentor Mom, a North Range Peer Specialist and program graduate.
– Participants attend court weekly; treatment and court attendance reduced as goals are achieved.
– 10-year collaboration of North Range, the Weld County Department of Human Services (DHS), and the Weld County Courts.

    • Adult Treatment Court

– 2-year program of intensive substance use disorder and mental health treatment and intensive supervision and judicial oversight to promote public safety and individual responsibility, to reduce crime, and to improve the quality of life for participants and their families.
– Alternative to prison; participants on probation.
– Collaboration of North Range, Weld County Courts, Probation, and Behavioral Interventions.



Behavioral Alternative Services in Community (BASIC)

  • Treatment rather than incarceration for individuals whose offenses are largely influenced by mental illness or substance use.
  • Services available to Probation, Parole, and other community corrections programs.
    Jail-Based Services (JBBS)
  • Collaboration with Weld County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Provides behavioral health therapy to inmates and consultation to correctional facility staff as requested.


Case Management

  • Case Managers are embedded throughout the North Range child/youth and adult network.
  • Perform needs assessments and develop case management plans.
  • Refer and transition clients to internal and external medical, social, educational, employment and other resources.
  • Assist with benefit-related services.
  • Provide monitoring and follow-up care.


South County Services

  • Fort Lupton and Carbon Valley (Frederick) locations.
  • Full range of mental health and substance use disorder services.
  • Child youth, family, and adult outpatient individual and group therapy, child- and adolescent in-home services, medication evaluation, and DWAI/DUI education and treatment. Fort Lupton offers DV education and treatment as well.
  • Early childhood, in-home family, senior peer counseling, and prevention/education services also available.


The Counseling Centers at West Greeley and Windsor also offer outpatient mental health and substance use disorder services for adults, as do our Integrated Care programs.