The health of our mind is as important as our physical health.

It affects how we think, feel, and live our lives. Sometimes we feel happy and in control, and sometimes we feel anxious, sad, angry or find ourselves repeating harmful patterns and don’t know why.

Asking for help can help. Knowing you are not alone and finding ways to nurture recovery with new habits and skills can empower you to shape a brighter and more hopeful tomorrow.

At North Range Behavioral Health, our Counseling Centers create comfortable and confidential settings that help people of all ages, across a wide spectrum of needs create hopeful futures.

Treatment works, and change is possible. Call today to schedule an appointment at any of our locations throughout Weld County.
 


The Counseling Center at Carbon Valley
5901 Majestic Street
Frederick, CO 80504 (Map it)
970.347.2126

  • Individual, couples, and family counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Child/adolescent groups
  • DUI/DWAI programs
  • Early childhood development education and assessment
  • Medication management and psychiatric services
  • Substance use disorder outpatient services


The Counseling Center at Fort Lupton
145 1st Street
Fort Lupton, CO 80621 (Map it)
970.347.2129

  • Individual, couples, and family counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Child/adolescent groups
  • DUI/DWAI programs
  • Early childhood development education and assessment
  • Medication management and psychiatric services
  • Substance use disorder outpatient services


The Counseling Center at West Greeley
7251 W. 20th Street

Greeley, CO 80634 (Map it)
970.347.2123

  • Individual, couples, and family counseling
  • Medication management and psychiatric services
  • Substance use disorder outpatient services


The Counseling Center at Windsor
1170 W. Ash Street 
Suite 100

Windsor, CO 80550 (Map it)
970.347.2320

  • Individual, couples, and family counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Early childhood development education and assessment
  • Medication management and psychiatric services
  • Substance use disorder outpatient services


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.