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North Range Behavioral Health is looking for talented and compassionate individuals who are dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth, families, and adults in a variety of opportunities. Applicants who receive a job offer from North Range are required to pass a background check and drug screen as a condition of employment.

North Range Behavioral Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

39 Career Opportunities at North Range Behavioral Health


North Range is hiring an Administrative Director, based in the Greeley office to oversee Integrated and Acute treatment services. This role is responsible for the clinical oversight, program development and community relationships necessary for these key programs. Primary responsibilities will be interfacing with hospitals, medical providers and referral sources, as well as supervision of Program Management level staff.

The Transitional Residential Treatment (TRT) program offers treatment for men and women who have significant problems in their lives because of the use, abuse, or addiction to alcohol or drugs. A highly qualified, compassionate staff with extensive experience aids consumers in the recovery process with personalized treatment plans and goals with a focus on moving toward community living and employment.

This case manager requires working in collaboration with the North Colorado Health Alliance (NCHA) care coordination team. The case manager’s primary responsibility is to perform behavioral health screenings or assessments for NCHA clients. The screenings/assessments may be conducted in client’s homes or within the community. Additionally, the case manager will provide short-term interventions not to exceed three visits for the purpose of connecting the clients with behavioral health resources and services. The NRBH case manager will work closely with the NCHA care managers and the clients they access, to ensure continuity of care for successful outcomes. The NRBH case manager will also conduct regular behavior health consultations with the NCHA Care Coordination Team, for purposes of education and information on behavioral health.

Frontier House follows the International Clubhouse Model. Work side-by-side with adults with moderate to significant challenges due to mental health and/or substance use; vocational and rehabilitative services in a uniquely creative, engaging, non-clinical environment with a focus on recovery. North Range Behavioral Health can offer students pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree an opportunity to apply academic knowledge in a practical learning environment through a volunteer (unpaid) internship placement in programs serving adults. Supervision is provided by qualified personnel who will ensure that students are exposed to activities and events that promote skill and knowledge development in behavioral health services. Placements available for Spring and/or Summer 2020.

Crisis Stabilization Services is an inpatient/acute treatment facility for mental health stabilization and/or substance use withdrawal management (detox) for individuals ages 18 and older. The Wings Residential Treatment Center for Women is an innovative program for women with severe substance dependence who are pregnant, postpartum and may have other dependent children. North Range Behavioral Health can offer students pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree an opportunity to apply academic knowledge in a practical learning environment through a volunteer (unpaid) internship placement in programs serving individuals experiencing a crisis or in need of stabilization. Supervision is provided by qualified personnel who will ensure that students are exposed to activities and events that promote skill and knowledge development in behavioral health services. Placements available for Spring and/or Summer 2020.

Youth & Family Intensive provides trauma-informed compassionate treatment for youth and families experiencing high intensity issues. Youth & Family Outpatient is evidence-based compassionate treatment provided in a family centered manner that engages a child’s entire ecology and leverages the strengths of the family system. North Range Behavioral Health Youth and Family Intensive or Outpatient programs can offer students pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree an opportunity to apply academic knowledge in a practical learning environment through a volunteer (unpaid) internship placement. Supervision is provided by qualified personnel who will ensure that students are exposed to activities and events that promote skill and knowledge development in behavioral health services. Placements available for Spring and/or Summer 2020.

Family Connects is the prevention and intervention program that has five teams that focus on the early years (0-8 years), when a young child’s brain is growing the fastest. North Range Behavioral Health prevention and early intervention programs are part of the continuum of care provided. These programs can offer students pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree an opportunity to apply academic knowledge in a practical learning environment through a volunteer (unpaid) internship placement. Supervision is provided by qualified personnel who will ensure that students are exposed to activities and events that promote skill and knowledge development in behavioral health services. Placements available for Spring and/or Summer 2020.

The Crisis Response Team (CRT) is dedicated to providing quality care and assessments to individuals and families who are in need of crisis intervention. The specially-trained staff oversees emergency walk-in services and crisis calls for the Weld County area and after-hours emergency on-call services for a 12-county Northeast Colorado region. Consumers can expect to have a thorough assessment of their needs and situation upon contacting our staff who assists in determining what level of care would most benefit the individual in the least restrictive setting. CRT also provides intensive care coordination for Weld County clients and discharge planning for clients stepping down from higher levels integrating back in to our communities.

Crisis Stabilization Services (CSS) understands the needs of consumers who have both mental health issues and substance use disorders. Acute Care Services (Detox) provides an environment for safe detoxification from drugs and alcohol. The acute care team works with individuals to encourage change, make recommendations for further care, and assists with accessing care.

This essential position directs the utilization of data and analytics to inform and drive strategy for network performance improvement and achievement of clinical outcomes. Performs a variety of technical, supervisory and administrative duties with overall responsibility for maintaining an effective Quality Management/Performance Improvement Program for the Regional Accountable Entity (RAE) for Region 2. Acts as the chief advocate for the culture of measurement and performance improvement through effective leadership and communication to the RAE management team, Board, and committees. The Quality Management/Performance Improvement Program includes both behavioral health managed care and primary care case management (PCCM) program requirements. The Director of Quality Improvement leads, develops and implements performance improvement initiatives designed to improve overall healthcare and outcomes for the Region. Conducts monitoring activities to identify better practices and opportunities for improvement; oversees the measurement and reporting for projects, performance and outcome measures. This position works collaboratively with the RAE management team, partners, primary care medical providers (PCMPs), and the State to achieve the goals established for the Medicaid contract and Quality management/Performance Improvement Program.

Level of Care evaluators provide access to timely assessments for services, communicates recommendations for services based on assessment, and provides case management to coordinate and secure services for children and youth with behavioral health needs. Coordinates with internal and external supportive resources and funding sources to deliver needed services to program participants. Accepts responsibility to monitor program participants to ensure they are actively involved in treatment and collaborates with families, clinical supervisor, therapeutic providers, and stakeholders regarding treatment. Documents interactions and maintains electronic clinical records and other reporting data and documentation relevant to role.

North Range Recovery Homes are short term transitional housing options. The goal of these homes are to provide sober living experiences free of drugs and alcohol that create mutually supportive communities where individuals can improve their physical, emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing while gaining and maintaining employment, skills and resources to maintain long term recovery. The Recovery Homes provide support while residents are continuing treatment with True North or Wings Intensive Addiction Intensive Outpatient programming. This support is provided by a resident house manager, with Peer Specialists and a Case Manager regularly on site.

As a member of the Integrated Care team, the Peer Support Specialist will work closely with opioid treatment providers (OTP) within the Signal Behavioral Health Network region to help people in need of treatment get connected to available services within their communities, such as Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT). The Peer Support Specialist will build relationships with hospitals, community heroin or opiate strategy work groups, harm reduction organizations and law enforcement to educate each about the availability of treatment and to support effective treatment referrals. This position essentially served as a connection between the people and systems in need of treatment and the providers equipped to offer such treatment.

Recovery Support Services helps individuals cope more effectively with life’s challenges and their mental illness and/or substance use disorders and to live meaningful and productive lives. Services focus on each individual’s unique strengths and interests and may include individual and group therapy, case management services, support groups, medication monitoring and evaluations, and community-based services.

The Jail Based Behavior Service (JBBS) Program is a state-funded program and is a collaboration between North Range Behavioral Health and Weld County Jail. JBBS is designed to provide treatment for incarcerated individuals whose offenses are due to or influenced by the use of substances or by mental health problems, or a combination of both.

The Crisis Response Team is a multidisciplinary team dedicated to providing quality care and assessments to individuals and families who are in need of crisis intervention. The team provides behavioral health services to walk-in customers, agency residential programs, and in other community settings. Peer Specialists bring a unique blend of life experience, training, and empathy to the helping role as they work with clients in crisis. Being successful in the role requires the ability to connect with clients through shared similar life experiences.

The Intensive Outpatient Program is an approximately 12-week substance-use disorder treatment program that provides a minimum of 9 hours of services per week. Treatment is provided primarily through group therapy. Step-down services such as Enhanced Outpatient, relapse prevention and aftercare Recovery Groups are also offered. Provides on-going assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family, and group therapy and case management services. Develops strength-based service plans, monitors treatment progress, documents interactions and maintains electronic clinical records and other reporting data for individuals with mild to severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders.

The Wings Residential Treatment Center for Women is an innovative program for women with severe substance dependence who are pregnant, postpartum and may have other dependent children. The program offers a residential setting where pregnant women and their children aged birth to five are provided with comprehensive services aimed at facilitating family self-sufficiency and healthy lifestyle choices. Residential care is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the year.

The Youth and Family Outpatient program has developed a partnership with the Boys and Girls Club working with children/youth and their families to complement and enhance existing support and adjunctive services. Services include workforce development, consultation, education for parents, training for agency members, and engagement activities.

Transitional Aged Community Treatment: TACT is a program designed to support clients who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Community and home based treatments are provided to clients age 15-29 using a collaborative team approach. The team is composed of a coordinator, therapist, educational/vocational support, family support and peer specialist who will receive training necessary to help clients and their families navigate this potentially scary time of life. Services delivered include: Individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, life skills groups, behavior coaching, vocational support, case management and peer support.

Independently performs a full range of custodial tasks. Performs tasks as needed and assigned related to the maintenance and cleanliness of buildings and grounds. Flexibility is required for this position (i.e. ability to fill in for staff absences at other locations). Monday-Friday, day shift.

Prepares and cooks family style meals for residents of designated facilities. Assists in ensuring nutritional and dietary requirements of facility residents are met. Follows rules and regulations to assure health and safety protocol in food service practices. Flexible scheduling between the hours of 8:30am-12:30pm or 12:30pm-5:00pm. 1-2 shifts available per week. Additional hours available to cover staff absences (i.e. vacation, sick leave, etc.). Peak times are typically Wednesdays and weekends.

Crisis Stabilization Services understands the needs of consumers who have both mental health issues and substance use disorders. Acute Care Services (Detox) provides an environment for safe detoxification from drugs and alcohol. The acute care team works with individuals to encourage change, make recommendations for further care, and assists with accessing care. Deliver case management within a continuum of high to low intensity services to meet an individual’s and/or family’s comprehensive health needs through assessment, planning, communication, advocacy, education, identification of service resources and/or service facilitation. Preference will be given to applicants with Peer to Peer Specialist training.

North Range Recovery Homes are short term transitional housing options. The goal of these homes are to provide sober living experiences free of drugs and alcohol that create mutually supportive communities where individuals can improve their physical, emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing while gaining and maintaining employment, skills and resources to maintain long term recovery. Due to program requirements, applicant must be male.

Youth and Family Outpatient: evidenced-based, compassionate treatment is provided in a family centered manner that engages a child’s entire ecology and leverages the strengths of the family system. Caregivers are involved in shaping goals, providing feedback, and are asked to participate in therapy.

North Range Behavioral Health, Evans Police Department, and Greeley Police Department have partnered together to create the GEM (Greeley Evans Mobile) team. The project will align and embed behavioral health staff to each respective police department, allowing for a behavioral health specialist to respond on scene in the community with public safety officers. Three full time Clinicians are assigned to the GEM team and scheduled in identified peak times for behavioral health calls.

The Crisis Response Team (CRT) is a multidisciplinary team dedicated to providing quality care and assessments to individuals and families who are in need of crisis intervention. The team provides behavioral health services to walk-in customers, agency residential programs, and in other community settings.

The North Range Behavioral Health satellite offices in Fort Lupton, Colorado offer an array of culturally competent outpatient behavioral health services to all ages and populations. The program is staffed by therapists who have diverse backgrounds and the ability to work with a wide range of people who have mental and substance use disorders. The South County offices are the primary outpatient treatment sites for individuals who live in the southern part of Weld County.

Crisis Stabilization Services understands the needs of consumers who have both mental health issues and substance use disorders. Services include individual counseling, medication monitoring, case management, group counseling, withdrawal management, and discharge and after care planning.

The Adult Recovery Program provides behavioral services to a wide variety of consumers who are focused on recovering from the challenges of mental illness and/or substance use disorders. Consumers referred to this team are supported in establishing life goals and maintaining control over their lives. Provides on-going assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family, and group therapy and case management services. Develops strength-based service plans, monitors treatment progress, documents interactions and maintains electronic clinical records and other reporting data for individuals with primarily substance use disorders. Coordinates with internal as well as external supportive services to deliver needed services to clients. Collaborates with clinical supervisor, other team members and psychiatrist regarding treatment.

North Range’s medical team is one of the best teams within the state of Colorado and is made up of psychiatrists, physician assistants, advanced nurse practitioners, and other dedicated professionals. They provide comprehensive evaluations, medication management and psychiatric services to customers of all ages, while working with multi-disciplinary teams to coordinate care.

Under general supervision performs a full range of custodial tasks. Performs tasks as needed and assigned related to the maintenance and cleanliness of buildings and grounds, or for special projects.

Crisis Stabilization Services understands the needs of consumers who have both mental health issues and substance use disorders. Services include individual counseling, medication monitoring, case management, group counseling, withdrawal management, and discharge and after care planning.

Adult Out Patient is a fully integrated team with professionals from both the mental health and substance abuse fields, who are cross-trained in assessing and treating both voluntary and mandated clients via individual, group, and case management services. A solution-focused, cognitive behavioral and/or motivational interviewing approach is utilized as appropriate to bring about positive transformations in a shorter amount of time.

Behavioral Alternative Services in Community (BASIC) is designed to provide treatment rather than incarceration for individuals whose offenses are due to or influenced by mental health problems, the use of substances, or a combination of both. The team takes a unique approach to working with individuals who have legal involvement because of their mental health and/or substance abuse disorder. It is a fully integrated team with professionals from both the mental health and substance abuse fields.

The HIPPY team is responsible for screening and assessing progress for both children and adults. Each week the HIPPY mentor completes data entry and reporting for each family and child enrolled. The HIPPY program is accredited through HIPPY USA and monitor by the state HIPPY office also. In Colorado most of the HIPPY affiliate sites utilize AmeriCorps members to serve families. This requires that each HIPPY mentor be able to serve through the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS).

Crisis Stabilization Services understands the needs of consumers who have both mental health issues and substance use disorders. Services include individual counseling, medication monitoring, case management, group counseling, withdrawal management, and discharge and after care planning.

Maxwell Center is a State licensed, Alternative Care Facility (ACF). This facility is an alternative to institutionalization for individuals with mental illness. By offering health care services in a deinstitutionalized community setting, the ACF provides 24-hour protective oversight, daily living skills assistance, personal care services, and homemaker services within a community-based environment.

North Range Behavioral Health, Evans Police Department, and Greeley Police Department have partnered together to create the GEM (Greeley Evans Mobile) team. The project will align and embed behavioral health staff to each respective police department, allowing for a behavioral health specialist to respond on scene in the community with public safety officers. Two full time peer specialists will be aligned with the team to provide follow-up, outreach, and care coordination of those who have received GEM services to increase the connection and engagement with the broader behavioral health supports in the community.