Behavioral health conditions – mental health and addiction – are common AND treatable. After all, some form of mental illness affects one out of four people each year. We are a comprehensive healthcare network specializing in behavioral health services for all ages and levels of need. We welcome all through our doors and are committed to providing efficient access to professional care at an affordable cost. Choosing support for yourself or a family member is an important step, let us begin the journey with you.
We provide counseling, therapy and group therapy on an outpatient basis to treat individuals and families with a wide range of emotional, social and psychiatric needs using evidence-based therapies. Read More
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Here’s a round of applause to the 19 AllHealth Network employees from six separate locations who participated in this year’s Bike to Work Day, supporting a clean and healthy way to commute to work!
Many thanks to our Wellness Committee volunteers, Thad Roman, Jeannie Walter and Christina Willard, along with David Livingston, who worked together to publicize the event, organize registration, order team t-shirts, arrange for/ provide breakfast and coordinate all the communication to riders and the rest of the staff throughout the network! Shout-Outs to Kiersten Simonds and the support staff at Sycamore, Center Point, the Wellness Center, Facilities and ACC for distributing t-shirts to the riders.
All in all, it was a great day to bike to work, and come together as a team to enjoy some Colorado sunshine and fresh air!
Compliments of the Wellness Committee
Governer Hickenlooper Signs "Zero Suicide Bill" in Colorado
Denver, Colorado. June 8, 2016. Today Colorado led the nation as the first state to legislate a bold, inspirational goal: zero suicide in healthcare. Governor John Hickenlooper, surrounded by key suicide prevention advocates, signed Senate Bill 147, making Colorado’s healthcare system committed to a leadership philosophy and a proven standards of care that have been shown to decrease suicide (learn more here: www.ZeroSuicide.org). The bill passed in large part due to the effort of a statewide advocacy effort spearheaded by the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado. Through grassroots efforts among people bereaved by suicide, suicide attempt survivors, prevention advocates, researchers, and clinicians, the passion of the SPCC membership was heard, “Not another life to lose.”