All Longmont Locations
St. Vrain Community Hub & Genoa Pharmacy
Phone (St. Vrain Hub):
Phone (Genoa): 303-519-3268
Website (Genoa): http://www.genoahealthcare.com/
Closest Bus Stop: Main St & 6th Ave
Hours of Operation:
- Monday: 8am – 5pm
- Tuesday: 8am – 5pm
- Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
- Thursday: 8am – 5pm
- Friday: 8am – 5pm
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
Late appointments are available on Wednesdays. Call for specific times. Registration for adult services is available on a walk-in basis Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:30am–2pm, with registration and assessment occurring same-day or scheduled for a future appointment. Child/Family registrations are pre-scheduled only, with assessments occurring same-day or scheduled for a future appointment.
Wellness Education Center
Closest Bus Stop: S Sherman St & Iowa St
Hours of Operation:
- Monday: 8:30am–4:30pm
- Tuesday: 8:30am–4:30pm
- Wednesday: 8:30am–4:30pm
- Thursday: 8:30am–4:30pm
- Friday: 8:30am–4:30pm
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
Individual, Group and Family Therapy
Individual, Group and Family Therapy services are available at all of Mental Health Partners behavioral health hubs. Our staff are equipped with bilingual resources to accommodate Spanish-speaking individuals. Learn more about our modalities
Children, Family and Home Based Services
Mental Health Partners offers outpatient and in-home Child and Family Intensive Services. Learn more
Care Coordination and Management
Care Coordination and Management deliberately organizes patient care activities and sharing information among all of the participants concerned with a patient’s care to achieve safer and more effective care. This team-based, patient-centered approach is designed to assist patients and their support systems in managing medical conditions more effectively.
Psychiatric Services focus on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor (an M.D. or D.O.) who specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders. Psychiatrists are qualified to assess both the mental and physical aspects of psychological problems.
Psychoeducation refers to the process of providing education and information to those seeking or receiving mental health services, such as people diagnosed with mental health conditions (or life-threatening/terminal illnesses) and their family members.
Life Skills Training
Life Skills Training programs attempt to remedy the difficulties and obstacles in life that having a mental health problem can cause by encouraging independent living. Life skills often have several components: communication and talking; financial awareness and money management; domestic tasks; and personal self‐care. Other life skills include training on coping with stress, shopping for and eating healthy food, knowing the time, taking medication, improving social skills, using public transport and forward planning.
Shared Decision Making
Shared Decision Making involves a few different characteristics. There must be at least two people, acting as partners, and generally, these are the health care provider and the client. Both partners will take steps in sharing a treatment decision and sharing information about treatment options. The partners will then arrive at consensus regarding the preferred treatment options.
Life Goals Collaborative Care
Life Goals Collaborative Care is an evidence evidence‐based psychosocial intervention designed to improve medical and psychiatric outcomes for persons with mood disorders through personal goal‐setting aligned with wellness and symptom coping strategies and supported through collaborative care.
Targeted Case Management
Targeted Case Management services help individuals with serious and persistent mental illness gain access to medical, social, educational, vocational and other necessary services connected to the person’s mental health needs.
If you or a loved one requires mental health nursing in Boulder County, Mental Health Partners care can provide the skilled, compassionate and respectful nursing care you need. Our team of registered nurses and skilled mental healthcare professionals will work with you and your doctor to help you identify and select the most appropriate treatment options. We have the understanding, expertise and resources to take charge of the situation and coordinate all of your care.
Our Peer Support program is designed to help clients in all stages of recovery. We have first-hand experience with mental illness and the challenges that come with it. Despite those challenges we have come to know the reality of wellness. We believe recovery is possible for everyone and our hope is to reach out to our peers. Our Peer Support Specialists help clients develop their own recovery by recognizing personal strengths and setting goals. As clients, we too have gone through this process and now share a unique empathy and perspective.
Vocational services provided to clients who need help finding or maintaining employment. We offer assistance with vocational exploration and guidance, job seeking skills, employer outreach, and job coaching. We partner with community agencies such as Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Workforce Boulder County.
Health and Wellness Coaching
Health and Wellness Coaching is open to all adults and includes wellness orientation, wellness coaching, skills classes and workshops covering the nine domains of wellness: physical, social, emotional, spiritual, occupational, cognitive/educational, community involvement, financial and creativity. Most classes are time-limited and there is a conscious intent not to duplicate classes offered in the community, but rather to support people to access community resources.
Our qualified, dedicated team of professional are interested in helping you feel your very best. Whether it’s through relaxation or meditation, physical activity, spirituality, social connectedness, or a myriad of other offerings, we offer classes and programs to meet you where you are in the process of recovery.
Offered at multiple locations. Please inquire.
Mental Health Partners has partnered with the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) to launch the ASCENT program, which provides holistic community-based treatment and support to youth and young adults who are experiencing troubling thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Designed to treat the individual rather than just the symptoms, ASCENT uses a series of specialized services to help individuals develop independence and maintain stability. This program is fully-funded, regardless of insurance. Learn More
Assertive Community Treatment
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. Learn More
Older Adults Specialty Care
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.
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Meet with our expert and compassionate care team at a location convenient for you to complete your full assessment and registration. Depending on the location, walk-in or scheduled appointments are available.Read More
The care team will provide you an individualized plan of action to begin your supportive mental health and/or addiction services. On average, individuals will be receiving care 7-days from their completed assessment appointment.Read More