Corrections related services
PACE (Partnership for Active Community Engagement)
Collaborative outpatient program with Boulder County Probation Department, Community Justice Services, and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Department for persons on probation who struggle with mental illness, substance abuse and criminal behavior.
JBBS (Jail Based Behavioral Health Service)
Partnership program based in the Boulder County Jail and administered by the Office of Behavioral Health and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office. MHP has two behavioral health clinicians, prescriber services and Peer Support Specialists providing services in the jail to inmates.
Supportive Housing Program
Residential Supportive Housing properties owned and operated by MHP in both Longmont and Boulder with supervision and support services available. In addition there are two partnership properties in collaboration with Boulder Housing Partners, Longmont Housing Authority, Colorado Housing and Finance.
Subsidy Management Program
MHP manages and supports individuals with vouchers to increase success with obtaining and maintaining housing. Consultation and support regarding housing and landlord issues.
Journeys - Longmont and Boulder
Longmont Journeys and Boulder Journeys; Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (PSR)
Intensive outpatient services for clients with mental health and co-occurring substance use issues who are in need of recovery support services, skill building, access to benefits acquisition, financial recovery services, custodial payee services, case management and psychiatric services. Services are offered at the Wellness Education Center at the Sherman Street location in Longmont and the Ryan Wellness Center in Boulder.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Intensive case management, outreach, psychosocial rehabilitation, medical psychiatric treatment for adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses who are at risk of or involved in the justice system or psychiatric hospitalization.
Older Adult Specialized Services
County-wide services provided in office, home, community and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Clinical, Case Management and Psychiatric evaluation and treatment for Older Adults with mental health issues.
Volunteer Peer Counseling Program
Volunteer Peer Counselors, selected and administered by MHP, are individually matched with and provide support to seniors referred by Boulder and Longmont senior centers.
Senior Reach is an award winning, innovative collaboration between Jefferson Center for Mental Health, Senior Resource Center, and Mental Health Partners, and is having a profound impact in the community and has proven highly successful in decreasing depression, anxiety, feelings of hopelessness and social isolation among seniors. Our mission is to support the well-being, independence and dignity of older adults by educating the community, providing care management and mental health services, and connecting older adults to community resources.