Intensive outpatient services for clients with psychosis or decreased stability, and clients with less severe illnesses who need more intensive services over an extended period of time. There are three group residences in Longmont
Assertive Community Treatment in Longmont
Intensive case management, psycho/social rehabilitation, medical psychiatric treatment for adults with severe, persistent mental illnesses who are at risk of criminal involvement.
2nd ACT Program
Collaborative program with DOC/Parole and Probation to work with parolees and probationers who have serious mental illness.
Maslin Recovery Team
Boulder Community Support Services
Intensive outpatient treatment services for persons with severe and persistent mental illness.
Boulder Residential Services
Services for adults with persistent mental illness. Provides consultation around housing and landlord issues. There are 6 supervised residences in Boulder.
Mobile Treatment Team
Provides community-based psychiatric services and intensive case management for those clients who need home-based services because of physical or mental disabilities.
Older Adult Specialized Services
County-wide, office and home-based therapy and psychiatric evaluation and treatment for older adults with mental illness. Peer counseling program in conjunction with the Boulder and Longmont Senior Centers with services in Boulder, Longmont, Lafayette and Broomfield.
PACE (Partnership for Active Community Engagement)
Collaborative outpatient program with Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County Probation Department, Community Justice Services, and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Department, for persons on probation, with mental illness, substance abuse, and criminal behavior.
Soft Voices Drop-in Center
A drop-in center located in downtown Longmont for people with mental illness and their friends to socialize, empower themselves, express creativity, and build community. The program is a collaboration of the Our Center, The First Congregational United Church of Christ of Longmont, and MHP.
A printing, mailing and manual piece-work business that provides transitional employment for adults with mental illness. Learn more at our website: www.watbiz.org
WRKE (Wellness and Recovery for Thousands through Employment and Education)
Grant funded program providing an Employment Specialist who does Individual Placement and Support for clients on BAOS and PACE, and a center-wide Education Specialist who assists clients to further their education.