CBHC Membership In The News

CBHC Membership In The News

Lately, CBHC and its members have been in the news regarding a wide range of behavioral health issues. This is certainly a good thing. The more we are able to share what we do, the more likely individuals with mental health needs will find outlets and programs to help them. Below are a number of articles that feature our membership and how we are all working to give Coloradans more options to achieve mental wellness.

As more news comes forward, we will continue to share it on our website underneath this section. Please continue to check in as our hard work continues to be at the forefront of mental healthcare growth and reform.

Solvista Shares Article on Suicide Prevention

Learn More About Solvista Health at www.solvistahealth.org

Mental Health Partners Develops Suicide Prevention Campaign

Learn More About Mental Health Partners at www.mhpcolorado.org

Peer Specialist, Raymond Martinez, of North Range, Works Within the Community to Help Weld County Residents Find Help for Addiction and Mental Illness

Learn More About North Range Behavioral Health at www.northrange.org

Harriet Hall, CEO of Jefferson Center for Mental Health, Reflects on Over 35 Years of Leadership and Her Retirement

Learn More about Jefferson Center for Mental Health at www.jcmh.org

Community Reach Celebrates 50,000 Trained in MHFACO

Learn More about Community Reach Center at www.communityreachcenter.org

North Range Behavioral Health Partners to Create Mobile Response that Keeps People out of Emergency Rooms

Learn More about North Range Behavioral Health at www.northrange.org

Mental Health Partners Talks Benefits of New Non-Opioid Based Detox Drug

Learn More About Mental Health Partners at www.mhpcolorado.org

AspenPointe Distributes Naloxone to Local Library

Learn more about AspenPointe at www.aspenpointe.org

Community Reach Trains Over 2,000 Coloradans in Mental Health First Aid

Learn more about Community Reach Center at www.communityreachcenter.org

Jefferson Center Named in Top Ten Places to Work in Denver

Learn more about Jefferson Center for Mental Health at www.jcmh.org

Aurora Mental Health Center Story on its Partnership with Local Police Departments:

Read More Here

CBHC’s Brian Turner Moves on to Become Solvista’s New CEO:

http://www.canoncitydailyrecord.com/news/canoncity-local-news/ci_31767647/brian-turner-named-new-ceo-solvista-health

Mind Springs’ Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jules Rosen Discusses Alzheimer’s and Dementia:

Haims: There’s a lot to understand about Alzheimer’s and dementia (column)

Mental Health Center of Denver’s CIO Wes Williams Discusses New Health Care IT System:

http://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/denver-medical-groups-tap-carequality-pull-together-mental-and-physical-patient-data

North Range works with Evans Police after the Department Receives a Grant to Expand Mental Health Response Programs:

Evans Police Department receives state grant to expand mental health response program

AspenPointe’s Health Services Director and Clinician, Charlton Clarke Discusses Addressing School Threats:

School Threats
How Parents Can Talk to Their Children About School Threats

Asian Pacific Receives Coverage on Cantonese Elder Wellness Group:

http://www.9news.com/article/news/local/next/they-were-looking-for-a-sense-of-community-they-found-tai-chi/73-514044741

Community Reach and Jefferson Center discuss taking on patients from Arapahoe House:

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2018/01/02/substance-abuse-fill-void/

North Range opens a new housing facility for homeless:

https://www.greeleytribune.com/news/local/greeleys-pioneer-house-to-offer-folks-a-chance-at-a-new-beginning/

Mental Health Center of Denver and Mental Health Partners recognized for co-responder services:

https://www.denverpost.com/2018/01/02/colorado-police-paired-with-behavioral-health-clinicians-mental-illness-drug-addiction/

Signal and Community Reach recognized for job fair for Arapahoe House employees:

https://www.denverpost.com/2018/01/01/arapahoe-house-colorado-closing/

CBHC discusses the importance of Crisis Response System in wake of shooting of police officer in Douglas County:

http://www.9news.com/mobile/article/news/crime/psychologist-explains-why-the-dougco-shooter-wasnt-involuntarily-committed-before-attack/73-504607713

Solvista Health’s Supported Employment program is highlighted in the Canon City News

http://www.canoncitydailyrecord.com/news/canoncity-local-news/ci_31477608/solvista-health-program-offers-support-job-seekers