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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.

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32 Career Opportunities at North Range Behavioral Health


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.

This is an On-Call position and hours will vary. This individual will participate as a member of a specified program team to implement the individual care plans for clients with mental health and/or substance use challenges in accordance with the applicable policies, rules, regulations and directives of the organization. They will also facilitate client participation in their care plan by interaction with them as a source of emotional support, resource problem solving, and advocating for their needs.

This position will be working in our Adult Out Patient program which 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.

Suicide Education and Support Services (SESS) is dedicated to suicide prevention and education as well as supporting those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The Project Coordinator participates in community and family education, advocates for social change, and provides support and facilitation for prevention, education, and postvention activities. Nearly half of the required duties will involve crisis response work and support to suicide loss survivors.

Oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects of program including planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and directing program activities. Participates in program design and implementation and manages change initiatives. Provides direction and clinical/management support to staff, including oversight of clinical training/supervision, professional development, and performance management. Leads staff by developing and communicating agency, network, and team visions, and operationalizing strategic goals.

This individual will participate as a member of a team to implement the individual care plans for clients with mental health and/or substance use challenges in accordance with company policies and procedures. This position facilitates client participation in their care plan by interaction with them as a source of emotional support, resource problem solving and advocating for their needs.

The Counseling Center at Carbon Valley understands the needs of consumers who have both mental health issues and substance use disorders. Services include individual counseling, family counseling, early childhood counseling, medication monitoring, case management, group counseling, and discharge and after care planning.

The School Based Services Team provides comprehensive mental health and substance use treatment for students struggling with life’s challenges. Located in many Greeley Evans School District 6 and Weld RE-4 schools, the team provides convenient access to effective therapy services to students during their school day.

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 School Based Services Team provides comprehensive mental health and substance use treatment for students struggling with life’s challenges. Located in many Greeley, Evans, and Kersey School Districts, the team provides convenient access to effective therapy services to students during their school day.

The Family Treatment Court program is a collaborative effort between North Range Behavioral Health, the Department of Human Services and the courts to help people involved in dependency and neglect cases to receive the treatment they need to make life changes and sustain them.

This position will perform basic administrative support duties in a fast-paced office setting. We focus on providing first-rate customer service to consumers and other stakeholders who enter our system.

This position will prepare and cook family style meals for residents. This individual will also assist in ensuring nutritional and dietary requirements of residents are met.

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 Counseling Center at Fort Lupton office offers 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.

Youth & Family Intensive Services provides trauma-informed, individual, group, and family therapies, including traditional, experiential, and evidence-based practices. The FFT program delivers evidence-based resources to solve the complex problems that put youth at risk for out-of-home placements and provides a broad array of services designed to limit the need for multiple service providers which frees the family from needless duplication or fragmentation of services. The FFT therapist requires innovative and creative problem solving and the ability to use time and other resources efficiently.

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. This position will provide a supportive environment to help clients identify their own goals toward recovery and/or resiliency.

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. This position will provide on-going assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family, and group therapy and case management services.

Office support staff members are located at all North Range sites and are typically the first line of contact for consumers. The focus is on providing first-rate customer service to consumers and other stakeholders who enter our system. Performs, under general supervision, basic administrative support duties, with limited flexibility in adapting practical approaches and routines in a fast-paced office setting.

The School Based Services Team provides comprehensive mental health and substance use treatment for students struggling with life’s challenges. The team provides convenient access to effective therapy services to students during their school day. This position will be embedded in the Eaton school district.

The Counseling Center at Carbon Valley in Frederick, CO offer an array of culturally competent outpatient behavioral health services to all ages and populations. This position provides on-going assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family, group therapy as well as case management. Develops and monitors service plans, monitors treatment progress, documents interactions, and maintains electronic clinical records.

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. Participates as a member of specified program team to implement the individual care plans for clients with mental health and/or substance use challenges.

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.

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, therapy, crisis management, and care coordination. This position will be located at Monfort Children’s clinic and works in a partnership with Sunrise Clinic.

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.

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

This is a unique clinical role that proves Early Childhood Mental Health consultative support as well as clinical interventions. This individual will work 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.

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. This position opening is for individuals being referred by the Assertive Community Treatment Program (ACT).

This position allows the clinician to operate within a private practice model without the stresses of overhead costs, billing, and waiting for insurance payments. The Counseling Center at Windsor provides individual, family, group and couples therapy, to those facing life challenges, including substance use, stress, depression, and anxiety.

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.

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.

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.