Adult Addiction Services

SummitStone Health Partners offers a broad range of services designed to help in overcoming addiction and related challenges:

Alternatives programs
Alternatives to incarceration for individuals with mental health needs (AIIM)
Anger Management
Community Dual Disorder Treatment
Co-Occurring Services
Criminal Justice Clinical Specialist
Domestic Violence Services
DUI Education & Therapy
Intensive & Enhanced Outpatient Treatment
Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Relapse Prevention
Specialized Women's Services
Substance Monitoring
Women’s Treatment


Choices Café
Peer Specialists
Spirit Crossing Clubhouse and Vocational Support Programs


Acquisition of Benefits
Intensive Care Coordination
Intensive Case Management
Multicultural Services


Sister Mary Alice Murphy Center for Hope


Disaster Response
Loveland Counseling Connections

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Many clients are in need of Social Security benefits (SSI or SSDI). The Acquisition of Benefits Committee (ABC) has been trained to streamline the application process in order to increase the likelihood of a successful application.

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The Advocate provides ongoing support and limited psycho-education groups for parents of children and family members diagnosed with mental illness, as well as those receiving other services. The Advocate provides support for parents who need help with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for their child.

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SummitStone Health Partners partners with Larimer County Community Corrections to provide post-sentence diversion programming for clients involved in the criminal justice system that experience mental illness and may also experience co-occurring substance diagnoses. Programming includes daily case management, medication monitoring, help in overcoming addiction, and group activity. Services are offered at Community Corrections and at other off-site locations.

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An intensive program offered to individuals with major mental health needs, with supervision as established by Probation. Services include: mental health counseling; substance abuse counseling; medication (funding and monitoring); group therapy; intensive case management; housing assistance; employment and basic needs. Referrals made to other internal and external resources.

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Education on anger management techniques is provided for individuals who need coping strategies to deal with their anger and substance use disorders. Counselors teach conflict resolution and assertiveness skills and help clients develope anger control plans.

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The Café is a drop-in center which is client run and staff supported. It is a safe place for clients to go for social interaction and fun.


My experience at Choice’s Café has really helped me stabilize. When I attend and participate in Choice’s Café activities, it helps me to know that my friends, the Peer Specialist staff, and peers that I interact with enable me to socialize, have fun, and instill in me that I can talk with others and process my feelings and thoughts. I have been volunteering in the Café for many years and I really enjoy assisting with the activities and welcoming new comers into the Café. Helping others helps me in my recovery. I really enjoy supporting others . I get excited to tell other peers that it is ok to have a bad day or to really enjoy your surroundings when you are having a great day. Choice’s Café is a safe place to have fun and to express yourself. It truly is a positive place to hang out and I am grateful for all of the good times that I have had in the Café and the wonderful relationships that I have built and maintained over the years in the Café.

~ Patricia B.

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CDDT is provided in coordination with Fort Collins Housing Authority and the Health District of Northern Colorado and provides services for adults who have both serious mental illness and serious substance use disorders. This program provides for all the treatment needs of the participants, as well as all basic living needs.

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The Health District of Northern Larimer County, in partnership with SummitStone Health Partners, provides information, referral and assistance for residents of Northern Larimer County. The Connections program offers telephone and face-to-face screening for routine, urgent and emergency requests, as well as maintaining a community database for referral to therapy services. Connections staff make direct referrals to SummitStone Health Partners as well as to community clinicians providing affordable services. Referrals can also be made to the Health District for limited psychiatric assistance.

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Specialized treatment services for individuals who have both mental health and substance use disorders.

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The purpose of the grant-funded program is to coordinate and case manage clinical treatment services to adult offenders 18 years and older with behavioral health problems. The CJCS connects clients referred by judicial and correctional personnel with mental and behavioral health services, supportive resources and supportive relationships to promote recovery, encourage responsible living and facilitate positive community involvement.

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SummitStone Health Partners maintains a team of specially trained Mental Health Disaster Responders who work with the local Offices of Emergency Management to provide supportive services to the community in the event of an all-hazards event such as fire, flood, tornado, or other catastrophic events.

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Education and therapy is provided for individuals who struggle with violence in their relationships. Gender specific groups are available. Certified Domestic Violence counselors provide this specialized treatment.

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Services licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health include Level II - 24 hours of education and Level II - 42 to 86 hours of education. Spanish speaking services are also available.

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Emergency services are operational 24 hours per day including weekends, holidays, and evenings. Care coordination, as a part of the overall plan of services to the client, is included in the provision of emergency services. Emergency services are available to children, adolescents, adults, elderly and minority populations.

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The HUB project provides traditional outpatient services on-site at Larimer County Department of Human Services. Services are geared to adults experiencing substance use disorders or dependency issues with overcoming their addiction, while having an active child abuse or neglect case with the Department of Human Services.

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Case Management involves activities that are intended to ensure that clients receive needed services, that services are coordinated, and that services are appropriate to the client's stated desires over time.

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Intensive Care Coordinators manage all inpatient services and higher levels of care for clients. This includes assessment, referral and services assisting in transition to a less restrictive environment. The Intensive Care Coordinators are responsible for doing 27-65 evaluations (evaluations of suicidal, homicidal or gravely disabled persons) and Child Mental Health Treatment Act (CMHTA or HB-1116) evaluations for youth who need to be assessed for residential treatment due to mental illness, or youth at risk for residential placement who may be able to be maintained in the community with more supportive in-home and other community based services.

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Designed for individuals who benefit from a more structured setting for overcoming their addiction. The Intensive Outpatient Program is a substance use disorder treatment program that provides a minimum of 9 hours of treatment per week. The Enhanced Outpatient Program is a substance use disorder treatment program that provides 3 to 8 hours of treatment per week. Treatment is provided through group therapy and individual sessions in an outpatient treatment setting.

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Loveland Counseling Connections (LCC) is an information and referral service for low and moderate income individuals, couples, children, and families in need of mental health counseling. Clients who qualify based on income are referred to local participating therapists who agree to provide services on a sliding-fee scale. LCC staff also provide pro bono counseling services to those that cannot afford the sliding-fee scale so that no one in need of treatment is denied services. LCC staff work closely with the medical staff at our host agency, Loveland Community Health Center, providing crisis intervention, consultation, and follow-up for patients who present with both mental health and primary health problems.

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Multicultural staff assist the agency in demonstrating its commitment to cultural competency through the coordination and presentation of intra-agency training opportunities as well as promoting the appreciation of diversity in our communities. Programming includes a 12-week parenting class, Strengthening Latino Families, support groups in Spanish and interpretive and case management services on and off-site.

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Outpatient education and therapy is provided for helping individuals who are experiencing consequences due to their use of drugs and/or alcohol to overcome their addictions.

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The Peer Specialist program empowers people with lived experience with mental illness the chance to help others along their journey to recovery. Trained through a rigorous evidence-based model, peer specialists are not therapists or psychiatrists. They are trained to be an advocate, support, and friend to those who are living with similar challenges due to their mental illness or struggle to overcome addiction.


I was a Choice House resident in the fall/winter of 2003. Previously, I had spent 5 1/2 dreary months in CMHIP (Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo). That was the low point of my life! I had lost my marriage, my home, and my business-all at once. Additionally, genetic depression runs in my family-both my grandfather and my father both suffered a “nervous breakdown” in mid-life just like me. I attempted suicide twice...Thank God, literally, I failed.

Today, I feel happy and blessed, partly because I know so many of you former Choice House residents and LCMH consumers who are “survivors” of mental illness. You are my heroes, some of the nicest and most intelligent people I know. I won’t name you-but you know who you are. Like my father, I attribute my recovery to my spirituality. Although medicine and skilled caregivers had a lot to do with my recovery, my higher power who created the discoverers of those “miracle drugs” and those fine caregivers truly helps me.

I am grateful for the Choice’s Café and the great people that I can hang out with. Thank you for being a part of my recovery and allowing me to be a part of yours.

~John C.

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Guides and motivates individuals to develop a personal sobriety plan and supports steps toward positive change and overcoming addiction.

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The Murphy Center is designed to be a "One Stop Shop" for services for families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Case managers connect guests with local agencies providing community resources on site. Services available include employment resources; housing assistance; financial counseling; transportation assistance; job training and educational opportunities; mental health and substance use disorders counseling; phone and computer access for employment contacts; medical room; washer/dryer, kitchen, showers and storage facilities; and play areas for children.

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Education and support for pregnant women and mothers in a no judgment, guilt-trip, sermons or scare tactic environment. Program offers assessment, baby supplies, individual counseling, substance monitoring, women only groups, parenting skill development, family meetings, relapse prevention, health education, transportation, childcare, and case management.

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Spirit Crossing Clubhouse is a certified Model of Rehabilitation with the International Center for Clubhouse Development. Vocational support includes transitional employment, supported employment and job development, career counseling, supported education, and job-seeking skills training. Clubhouse members and staff operate the facility jointly. Clubhouse work-ordered day activities include preparing and serving lunch daily, clerical and retail work, computer and data entry, newsletter publishing, and facility maintenance. Recovery oriented activities include weekly socials and recreational outings, wellness classes, fundraising, client advocacy, community education and program development responsibilities.

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Random substance screening that includes breath tests, Antabuse monitoring, urinalysis, oral swabs, hair testing and sweat patches, is provided to clients and non-clients. Monitored Antabuse or monitored Naltrexone is available for enrolled clients.

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Treatment services are designed for women with groups meeting weekly to address a variety of issues unique to women.

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