When you or someone you care about needs help, it’s hard to know where to turn. North Range Behavioral Health has a comprehensive set of services for all ages, effective, innovative treatment programs, and highly trained, compassionate staff. Please call us at 970.347.2120 to learn more or to set up an appointment. We can often see you the same day you call or walk in.
1 in 4 people suffer from mental illness or addiction–nearly 62 million Americans. You are not alone, and we are here to help.
Programs & Services:
Crisis Support Services
Are you or a loved one in crisis? Are you worried about someone’s mental health or substance use?
Our Crisis Support Services operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, we can help. There are many different ways for you to get assistance at North Range Behavioral Health:
Come to our Walk-In Crisis facility located at
928 12th Street,
Greeley CO 80631
We offer services that can help without regard to age or income. Our first priority is addressing your immediate crisis, and then we will help you get on the road to recovery. Whether you walk in to our crisis clinic, receive help from a mobile crisis responder, or need additional treatment, we are here to help.
North Range Behavioral Health Crisis Support Services – a program of Colorado Crisis Services.
Children and youth experience life differently than adults and need expert and compassionate care. North Range Behavioral Health offers multicultural approaches and programs that are uniquely suited for children, youth, and families.
We understand that raising strong, emotionally resilient children is important to you.
Call 970.347.2120 if you think your child or family is not coping well with any of these problems:
- Frequent family conflict
- School-disrupting behavior or truancy
- Grief and loss
- Social struggles
- Fears that disrupt family, school, or work
- Anxiety or constant worry
- Attention problems and hyperactivity
- Abuse and trauma
- Substance use
- Involvement with the justice system
- Aggressive and self-destructive behaviors
We recognize that caregivers know their children best, so caregivers are a vital part of the helping team; therapists develop goals jointly with the child and family. We can even help parents and caregivers develop and enhance parenting skills.
We also collaborate with other agencies in the community when necessary to provide effective treatment–when and where the child and family need it.
Our approaches include:
- Early childhood social and emotional development and consultation
- Individual, family, and group therapy
- In-home and intensive therapy
- Substance use screenings and treatment
- Medication evaluation and monitoring
- School and community-based programs
“When you’re raising kids, you’re not raising the kid in front of you. You’re raising the grown up they are going to be later.” (Louis C.K)
How do I know if my child or teenager needs help? Click here.
Being a teenager can be wonderful–and difficult. Our North Range Behavioral Health teams use many approaches to help teens become responsible, healthy adults.
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Parenting can be difficult. Please call if you need help: 970.347.2120.
North Range Behavioral Health offers a variety of treatment approaches for those suffering from mental illness and/or addiction–as well as relationship challenges that include anger management, fidelity issues, and domestic violence. Our highly trained therapists and care coordinators provide individual and group therapy to help people re-discover their strengths and develop healthy coping and life skills.
Our medical staff can help with medication, and our pharmacy is conveniently located at our main building in Greeley. If needed, our case management services provide linkage to other services in our local communities.
Call us at 970.347.2120 to set up an appointment. We will work with you to find the right therapist and treatment approach.
We offer special services for older adults. Seniors often have little understanding of depression, thinking that it is a normal part of aging. As we age, we face significant changes that put us at risk for depression: retirement, death or illnesses of loved ones, physical problems, isolation, and even medication can make one feel depressed and anxious. These feelings impact energy, sleep, relationships, and interest in work and hobbies.
These and many other challenges are common – and hard to handle alone. Our peer counselors are 55 years or older and are trained to work with older adults and their families. They provide confidential support, encouragement, and tools to help seniors cope with the emotional stresses related to aging.
Adults Involved with the Criminal Justice System
North Range Behavioral Health focuses on the mental and substance use challenges that so often impact those involved in the legal system. Services may include acute treatment, group and individual therapy, psychiatric services and medication, intensive outpatient approaches, and assistance in obtaining community supports.
Are you a professional who refers adults in the legal system to our programs? Find out more about our specific programs here.
Alcohol and drug misuse leads to serious health, relationship, employment and legal problems. If substance use affects you or a loved one, calling for treatment can be a difficult and frightening step to take—but necessary to make positive change. Recovery IS possible.
North Range Behavioral Health offers a range of proven approaches and treatments for all ages that can treat substance use disorders. Our compassionate and well-trained staff focuses on personal strengths, along with skills-based therapy that can renew hope, support recovery, and prevent relapse. In addition to outpatient services, we provide detoxification and intensive services.
Click here to learn more about our treatment programs. Or call 970.347.2120 to talk to someone about addiction and the services we offer.
Our program is intended to help anyone over 15 years of age detox from drug and alcohol. Services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (including holidays). The length of stay varies based on an individual’s needs.
Testing and Monitoring
We provide walk-in testing services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (including holidays). We provide a variety of tests. Click here for more information.
Treatment works! “Being in recovery has been good to me. I no longer take for granted my family, friends, and most of all, my life. Today, my life has meaning and purpose. For this, I am very thankful.” –Sarah
Call 970.347.2120 if you would like to talk about your or a loved one’s alcohol or drug use.
It is very difficult to separate physical and mental health–one strongly affects the other. Those with behavioral health issues often struggle with physical disease that makes it difficult to achieve an active and healthy life. And physical illness often creates emotional and mental challenges. Successful treatment and recovery require attention to all of those aspects of our lives.
North Range Behavioral Health, working closely with our partners such as Sunrise Community Health, offers assessments, crisis intervention, counseling services, support groups, and care management services for children and adults. Educational and recreational classes are available to assist you in your journey.
The North Range Behavioral Health medical team is made up of psychiatrists, physician assistants, advanced nurse practitioners with prescribing privileges, and other dedicated professionals. They provide comprehensive evaluations, medication management and psychiatric services to our customers of all ages, while working with therapists to coordinate care.
Our medical staff will work with you and your therapist to determine if you need medications; as your treatment progresses, they will work with you to monitor and manage those medications.
We partner with Genoa to operate a convenient, full-service pharmacy at our Main office for North Range Behavioral Health customers and their family members. Click here for more info.
North Range Behavioral Health Counseling Center at West Greeley provides individual, family, group and couples therapy, to those facing life challenges, including substance use, stress, depression, and anxiety. Services are available to those with insurance and to those who choose to pay out-of-pocket. If you require more intensive or specialized services, we will help you access our comprehensive services across our network.
The Counseling Center at West Greeley is located at 7251 W. 20th Street, Building C, in Greeley.
Learn more about our Counseling Center here.
Serving Ft. Lupton, Frederick and surrounding areas, the North Range Behavioral Health South County Program offers a wide variety of services that meet the needs of people with mental health and substance use disorder issues. The South County Programs are located at 145 1st Street, Ft. Lupton or 4943 Highway 52 (near I-25) in Frederick. Call 303.857.2723 to make an appointment.
We focus on helping people of all backgrounds create and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle, even as they cope with a variety of behavioral health challenges.
Our Ft. Lupton and Frederick locations offer behavioral health services for those living in south Weld County. Click here, or call 303.857.2723 to learn more.
North Range Behavioral Health Peers are those who are trained to help others who are struggling with life’s challenges; as peers, they relate to personal struggles and stories and are in a unique position to help in recovery.
Peer Specialists are North Range Behavioral Health clients who have experienced and battled behavioral health challenges; they help others with recovery and treatment goals as well as connect them with necessary resources.
Peer Counselors are 55 years or old and are trained to work with older adults and their families as they cope with the stresses of aging.
Frontier House, established in 1990, follows the Clubhouse Model of Psychosocial Rehabilitation first established in New York City’s Fountain House over 60 years ago. Considered a model program in Colorado, Frontier House is an inspiring example of our belief that individuals with mental illness can and will actively recover if given the chance and means to do so.
Clubhouse members are customers of North Range Behavioral Health. Frontier House helps individuals get back to work, regain their self worth, find safe and affordable housing, improve their education level, and experience mutually respectful relationships.
“Before Frontier House, I had gone years without meaningful relationships. Because of Clubhouse, I developed friendly, open, and joyful acquaintances and enjoyed doing productive work that built skills and confidence that led to employment. I can think of no other setting that provides such a useful, kind, compassionate, and complicated mirror to see oneself so clearly.” Davis, Frontier House member and Peer Specialist
To support recovery for those in our treatment programs, North Range Behavioral Health provides a continuum of residential services, from staffed homes to supported housing and independent living.