Mesa County Behavioral Health and Mind Springs partner, receive grant

MESA COUNTY, Colo. (KREX) — Mesa County Behavioral Health is collaborating with Mind Springs Health to make accessing health care easier in the Grand Valley.

The State of Colorado Department of Human Services, Behavioral Health Administration issued a $300,000 grant thanks to Senate Bill 22-196. The grant focuses on early intervention and prevention in the criminal justice system, targeting at-risk adults by aiming to stabilize and support them through improved intervention strategies.

The contract brings Mind Springs Health into the Multi-Agency Collaboration (MAC), which serves as the community’s single entry point for case management.

We are grateful for the support of the 196 Grant, which enables us to expand our reach and deepen our impact, providing critical behavioral support for those in need. Our contract with Mind Springs represents our ongoing commitment to enhancing access to behavioral and mental health services.

Lisa Mills, Mesa County Behavioral Health Director

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