Mile High Behavioral Healthcare/ Summit County
Mile High Integrated Care | Summit Countyoffers access to a full continuum of care. Through a partnership with Summit Wellness Hub and Front Range Clinic, our team supports individuals on their journey towards wellness. Our goal is to surround our clients with full access to behavioral health services, including individual, family, and group counseling, case management, and peer support.
MHBHC works closely with community partners to provide seamless, accessible care and services for a successful, sustainable recovery. Clients also have access to the full range of programs offered through MHBHC’s continuum of care outside of Summit County including residential treatment, EOP groups, and other specialized services.
Outpatient Support. MHBHC offers individual, couples/family, and group therapy along with intensive case management and peer support. Client care is specifically tailored to meet individual goals and needs. MHBHC strives to offer low-barrier access to mental health treatment accepting all Colorado Medicaid, Cigna, and Aetna insurances along with Building Hope Scholarships and a sliding fee scale payment options.
Addiction Services. Mile High Behavioral Health partners with Front Range Clinic to support clients. Front Range Clinic provides medication assisted treatment while Mile High Behavioral Health provides clinical behavioral health support to patients for well-rounded, whole-person care.
DUI Education and Therapy Services. Beginning in 2023 – DUI treatment aligns realistic thinking with healthier, more positive behaviors. Through activities and group discussions, participants understand how drinking and driving affect themselves, loved ones, and the community. They learn about the consequences of impaired driving, such as financial costs, effects on employment, a criminal record, loss of freedom, and the overall stress involved. ( Level II, Level II 4+ Treatment, Interlock Enhancement Counseling)
LGBTQ2S+ Supportive Services. Celebrating 15 years of creating stronger, empowered LGBTQ2S+ communities through our programs providing behavioral healthcare and HIV prevention services.
Adolescent Behavioral Health. We also offer Adolescent Behavioral Healthcare at Mile High Integrated Care. We work with individuals who are in their developmental stage of exploration during the teenage years.
• DUI education and therapy
• outpatient programs, including enhanced weekly programs
• individual and group therapy
• day, evening, and Saturday classes
• peer recovery support groups and services
• abstinence monitoring, including random breathalyzers and urine analysis
• crisis support
• trauma support
• MAT behavioral health services
• case management
• LGBTQ2S+ affirming supportive services
All Colorado Medicaid
Building Hope Scholarships
Sliding Fee Scale
Jack grew up in Franktown, Colorado just outside of Denver. Jack enjoys the outdoors and loves the different hobbies and activities that the mountains have to offer. Along with that, Jack enjoys making music and songwriting during his free time. He has had his own experiences regarding recovery and his sobriety has helped him begin to achieve a life of happiness that he couldn’t have imagined. Through this journey of recovery, Jack has decided to pursue a career in helping others who have dealt with similar struggles. He is currently pursuing his CAT and CAS certifications and hopes to become a licensed addictions counselor. Jack is excited to participate in helping the Summit Wellness Hub become a solid support in this community!
Catie grew up in New York and originally went to school for public health. After some global development work and outdoor adventuring, she landed in Colorado in 2020 and soon decided to pursue a career in mental health. As she finishes her master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling, she is excited to join the Mile High Behavioral Health team and help build the Summit Wellness Hub into a valuable resource for our community.
Robyn grew up in Denver and attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She graduated with a degree in Natural Resources Management and Organic Agriculture. Robyn has worked in many capacities in the outdoor industry, including guiding, ski patrol, and wilderness therapy. She developed a passion for mental health and fostering nature connections for wellness and completed her Masters in Social Work in 2022 from the University of Denver. Robyn cares deeply for the Summit County community and has worked in substance use, crisis, and alternative therapies throughout the community. She is very excited to be a part of Mile High Behavioral Healthcare and tp build the Wellness Hub into a vital resource for our amazing community!
Norah is originally from the Southside of Chicago. She has spent 8 years in Colorado and about 4 in Summit. Norah got her Bachelors from Colorado State University and Masters of Sciences from the University of Montana. Norah’s work experience includes wilderness therapy, graduate teaching assistantships, and case management for youth and families with a history of ski instructing, guiding, and summer camp work. She is currently working on her Certified Addiction Technician program and is excited to get the Hub up and running!
Laura has worked with a number of youth organizations across over the past decade and is excited to join the Summit Wellness Hub as an Adolescent Behavioral Health Specialist. As a social worker, Laura believes that relationships are at the core of our well-being as humans, and her hope is that my clients find our shared space grounding, safe, and trusted. She specializes in working with children, teens, young adults, and families from a trauma-informed perspective. Her work with adolescents often includes providing parenting support and coaching to help increase connectedness between children and parents/caretakers.
360 Peak One Drive, Suite 110
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Mile High Behavioral Healthcare – 970.485.6676