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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.

22 Career Opportunities at North Range Behavioral Health


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 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.

The Day Report Center (DRC) is a structured day environment for youth who are at risk of expulsion, are chronically truant, or have been expelled from school. Participants are adjudicated, involved in multiple systems, or are referred by the school district. This program helps youth develop healthier practices in educational settings, at home, and in the community. Our goals are to provide an alternative to detainment, address truancy and delinquent behaviors, reduce recidivism, enhance youths’ educational success, and to help youth develop healthier behaviors and choices.

The Functional Family Therapy (FFT) provider delivers evidence-based resources to solve the complex problems that put youth at risk for out-of-home placements. Provides a broad array of services designed to limit the need for multiple service providers and 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.

Frontier House is a nationally accredited Clubhouse, providing an engaging environment of support, rehabilitation, and opportunities for adults with serious mental illness. Vocational and educational aspirations are supported through various services, including evidence-based Supported Employment models (i.e. Individualized Placement and Support).

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, Eaton, and Kersey School Districts, the team provides convenient access to effective therapy services to students during their school day. Enhancing client care for students are adjunctive services that include workforce development, consultation, psychoeducation for parents, and engagement services. This position will be embedded in the Eaton school district.

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. The goal of this voluntary year long program is to help families reunite or stay together while addressing substance use disorders, mental illness, and life skills issues. This position is to provide services to the adult family members involved in this program. Due to the responsibilities of this position, preference will be given to female applicants.

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.

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, case management, and couples treatment. 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.

Under the direct supervision of a registered nurse, provides nursing services to individuals with mental health and/or substance use disorders. Engages in problem identification, crisis intervention, case management, and individual, family and group therapy.

Provide a supportive environment to help clients identify their own goals toward recovery and/or resiliency. Teach skills to work toward the client’s self-identified life goals (social, educational, housing, benefits, illness management, etc.). Use unique personal experience to engage clients in a peer-to-peer capacity. Provide on-going appraisal of client and family situation. Secure resources and services for clients with mild to severe mental illness, disorders and disabilities. Coordinate with internal as well as external supportive resources to deliver needed services to clients. Collaborate with treatment team members regarding services in response to treatment plan.

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.

The medical team is made up of psychiatrists, physician assistants, advanced nurse practitioners with prescribing privileges, 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.

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.

Under close supervision, student is assigned entry-level and ability-based tasks to enhance accounting knowledge and skill development in a non-profit business. Applies well-established accounting theories and generally accepted accounting principles to complete student assignments.

Under limited supervision, performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled building trades work in the repair, maintenance and/or construction of NRBH facilities, maintenance equipment, and grounds. Installs and maintains security, climate control, and other facility systems.

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 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. The PSP participates in community and family education, advocates for social change, and provides support and facilitation for the activities of the prevention coalitions, advisory council, and/or education efforts. Prevention activities are relationship based and occur in the community and/or families homes supporting diverse groups and ages. May include providing case management for families to acquire resources and supports that promote resilience, protective factors and the goals of designated program.

Seeking an experienced clinical leader with psych unit experience. A change agent looking to put their vision into place for this critical service line. Collaborating with top medical professionals, clinical providers, and staff to deliver the highest quality patient care.

Are you a licensed therapist who is currently retired or thinking of retirement? Would you like to continue to practice on a part-time basis? Are you a licensed therapist and a mother with little ones at home that needs flexible, part-time hours? If any of these scenarios fit, this might be the perfect position for you. Please read on…

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. Provides a supportive environment to help clients identify their own goals toward recovery and/or resiliency. Teaches skills to work toward the client’s self-identified life goals (social, educational, housing, benefits, illness management, etc.). Uses unique personal experience to engage clients in a peer-to-peer capacity.

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.