Behavioral Health Options

All SummitStone outpatient locations will be closed for clinical appointments until further notice.  The Genoa Pharmacy will continue to be available and open to clients at our Wilson location and our Centre location.

The Sunrise Medical Clinic at our Wilson location will also continue to be available. 

SummitStone Crisis Services at 1217 Riverside Avenue in Fort Collins remains open for Behavioral Health Urgent Care, Mobile Response and Crisis Stabilization Unit services. If community members in crisis are experiencing symptoms or are sick, we are encouraging use of our local Crisis Line 970-494-4200 ext. 4 or the statewide Crisis Line 1-844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255 to receive mental health crisis support. 

If you are a partner agency that has SummitStone staff co-located in one of your buildings, SummitStone leadership will be in contact to create a program-specific plan that may include virtual and telehealth options.

We will keep you informed with more details as we move forward with planning to ensure that clinical services offered virtually or over the telephone will continue to serve our community.

SummitStone Health Partners

SummitStone’s Mobile Crisis Response: Mobile crisis counselors are available to travel throughout Larimer County to community settings.
(970) 494-4200


The Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) is made up of not traditional mental health providers. We do not diagnose people or treat mental illness. Instead, crisis counselors are a combination of mental health paraprofessionals and professionals who support community members’ functioning and coping with COVID-19.  

Our main outreach is providing a 24/7 support line. 

The Colorado Spirit Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) provides free information, educational resources, and emotional support during the COVID-19 pandemic. CCP can provide you with information, education, emotional support, and get you to available resources. 
<< Call our free, anonymous and confidential support line 970-221-5551, seven days a week. >> 
 Are you interested in:

  • Talking to someone about COVID-19?
  • Learning how to manage your stress?
  • Understanding the common reactions to disasters?

Learn more online at


The Health District offers answers, options, support and referral for mental health issues. Providers can refer patients to Connections, Connections will refer patients to the appropriate mental health provider. Connections can send updates back to the referring Provider.
(970) 221-5551

Senior Peer Counseling
The Aging Clinic of the Rockies offers a Senior Peer Counseling program that connects older adults in Larimer County with trained paraprofessionals who are seniors trained to provide emotional and support services.

These services are offered FREE of charge for residents of Larimer County. Sessions are done by phone or by video chats such as Zoom or Skype.

There is also FREE caregiver support available.
Click here to open the Senior Peer Counseling brochure.


Coronavirus & Dementia: Tips for Public Health.
Good information for families, providers and caregivers. There are also downloadable tip sheets.


US Department of Veterans Affairs

If you are experiencing mental health challenges, or suspect a family member would benefit from talking to a support provider, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers ways to help. Veterans can connect with support at VA facilities or through telehealth sessions and online resources.
Click here for more information.



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