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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.

26 Career Opportunities at North Range Behavioral Health


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.

This is a unique clinical role that provides Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) consultative supports as well as clinical interventions. The ECMH consultant works collaboratively with Early Childhood Education staff, programs, and families to improve their ability to prevent, identify, treat, and reduce the impact of mental health problems among children from birth through eight years of age. Ultimately, early childhood mental health consultation seeks to achieve positive outcomes for infants and young children in early childhood settings by using an indirect approach to fostering their social and emotional well-being. The ECMH consultation team works primarily in community, child care centers and home settings supporting the adult caregivers of young children. The ECMH consultant will spend 75% of their time on consultative duties and 25% of their time on a clinical caseload serving southern Weld County.

Works independently to assist with directing the operational, financial, and or personnel functions of the Medical Records department; requires the use of considerable independent judgment, originality, and application of support, management, and human relations skills.

Directly controls the work of assigned maintenance and janitorial staff by determining the tasks for the unit and procedures required to accomplish assigned tasks. Provides leadership and guidance to departmental staff. As a working Supervisor, performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled building trades work in the repair, maintenance or construction of NRBH facilities, maintenance equipment, and grounds. Installs and maintains security, climate control, and other facility systems.

Integrated Care - North Range recognizes that wellness is based on the interconnection between physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health and approaches individuals with each of these components in mind. Integrated care allows for better continuity of care by improved communication and care coordination between primary care and behavioral health providers. Behavioral health services include assessments, brief therapy, crisis management, and care coordination. This position will be located within the Health Clinic at Salida Del Sol School.

Provide clinical services within a private practice model counseling center to customers including children with life challenges and mental health issues. Assist with case finding, networking, and other activities in support of the practice’s vision. Must be entrepreneurial and understand the balance of clinical and business goals. 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. 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.

The Counseling Center at West Greeley provides individual, family, group and couples therapy, to those facing life challenges, including substance use, stress, depression, and anxiety. Provide clinical services to customers including children with life challenges and mental health issues. Provides on-going assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family, and group therapy and case management services.

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, vocational support, family support and peer specialist who 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.

Provide assessment, planning, crisis counseling, and education services for behavioral health patients presenting in UCHealth hospital system emergency department. Coordinates with internal and external providers to arrange for appropriate services and level of care determination. Will serve as liaison within local hospital as well as working as part of a team providing intervention, assessment, planning, and referral to appropriate services for individuals in Weld County. These individuals will be experiencing severe mental health and/or substance abuse crisis including suicidal or homicidal behavior, severe intoxication and/or psychosis.

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). Due to program requirements, applicants must be female.

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.

True North offers intensive treatment for men and women who have significant problems in their lives because of the use, abuse, or addiction to alcohol or drugs. Our residential program consists of two separate levels of care. Intensive Residential Treatment is a short term residential treatment focusing on structure and behaviors leading to lifestyle changes. Transitional Residential Treatment (TRT) is a lower level of care and treatment is focused on moving towards community living and employment. A highly qualified, compassionate staff with extensive experience aids consumers in the recovery process with personalized treatment plans and goals.

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.

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.

The intensive in-home therapist works as part of a treatment team comprised of therapist, supervisor and behavior coaches to reduce risk of hospitalization and out of home placement. Provides on-going assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family, and case management services. Leads behavior coaches in case conceptualization and directs behavior coaches on how to support therapist’s treatment interventions. 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. Coordinates with internal as well as external community partners to deliver needed services to clients. Collaborates with clinical supervisor, other team members and psychiatrist regarding treatment.

SafeCare® Colorado is a free, voluntary home visiting program for parents, families and caregivers with children ages five and under. The program focuses on building upon a family’s existing skills in the areas of adult-child interactions, home safety and child health. The North Range Behavioral Health SafeCare program is expanding into six northeastern counties. Two new positions will be needed to support the expansion: Project Coordinator and Parent Support Provider. The Project Coordinator must become certified as a Parent Support Provider and carry a caseload in addition to coordination activities for the Northeastern Region. Positions will be located at various office locations throughout designated counties; most interactions will be accomplished through Zoom.

The Parent Support Provider (PSP) partners with families, providing weekly in-home education using the evidence based, SafeCare® curriculum that has health, safety and parent/child interaction topics. Parent Support Providers attend a week-long training at the Kempe Center in Denver, and receive ongoing certification coaching and support both locally and through the Kempe Center and Office of Early Childhood. The PSP must be able to meet national certification within a 6-9 month timeframe to be able to continue serving as a PSP with the SafeCare program. Position will be located at various office locations throughout designated counties; most interactions will be accomplished through Zoom.

Independently and/or part of a supervised team, performs a full range of custodial tasks. Performs tasks as needed and assigned related to the maintenance and cleanliness of buildings and grounds.

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. Due to program requirements, applicants must be male.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.