At Mind Springs Health & West Springs Hospital, partnerships and alliances drive our success in meeting our mission of rebuilding lives and inspiring hope by providing exceptional mental health and addiction recovery care, thereby strengthening the health and vitality of our communities. Working together with other organizations, businesses, and individuals in our community, we can ensure our practices are reaching all who need them and creating the most good.
Health Care Providers, Practices & Organizations,
both physical and mental health care
K-12 Schools & Higher Education Institutions
Children, Youth & Family Organizations
Senior Groups & Living
Local Business & Community Organizations
Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice
Governmental & Regulatory Agencies
Thank you to all of our partners for helping us care for our communities. If you have ideas that could benefit the behavioral health of our local communities and would like to partner with us, we would love to hear from you.
Using the emergency room as a primary care provider is the most expensive way to receive treatment. Repeated, inappropriate emergency room visits are disruptive to patients, providers, and community members.
In partnership with Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Whole Health came into existence in 2015 to change those behaviors, improve health and save money for all. Whole Health’s Community Health Workers use behavioral health techniques to positively impact a person’s physical health and reduce unnecessary ER visits and hospitalizations. Patient-centric, Community Health Workers connect with them wherever they are and then either help navigate or provide correct services, education, informal mentoring and social support. They also act as a vital link between patients and providers to ensure thriving relationships. Learn more about Whole Health, LLC and how it supports your local community.
Seamless communication and access to patient information among providers is an imperative step to receiving integrated care. That’s why we worked with Quality Health Networkto establish the first-ever-in-Colorado whole Health Information Exchange program.
HIPAA requirements are different for physical health care and behavioral health care and in the past sharing information between physical health care doctors and mental health care doctors was difficult. Together with QHN we developed a HIPAA-compliant program to increase communication and eliminates waste, resulting in greater collaboration among health care providers and ensuring clients receive the very best care. Learn more about how the Health Information Exchange program is transforming care in our local communities.
We believe true wellness means both a healthy body and a healthy mind and we understand convenience is important in health care. That’s why we partner with hospitals, schools, social service programs, nursing homes and other organizations to make it easy and convenient to access treatment. Learn more about our Integrated Care Approach and how we’re shaping mental health care in our local communities.
West Slope Casa has a long history of improving the lives of those affected by alcohol and drug abuse in western Colorado, especially vulnerable populations like pregnant women, women with dependent children and/or intravenous drug users. It also manages Colorado Crisis Services for the western slope in concert with the Center for Mental Health and Axis Health System. Colorado Crisis Services’ 24/7/365 Hotline 1.844.493.TALK ( or text TALK to 38255) provide immediate and comprehensive Mobile Crisis Response, Respite Services and a Walk-in Crisis Center in Grand Junction. Learn about the complete services West Slope Casa provides and how the impact we make extends beyond those in crisis.
As a member of Progressive Health Options, Mind Springs Health and other agencies offer a network of behavioral health providers and specialists to insurance companies, employers and integrated health systems seeking to help members and their families achieve physical and emotional wellness across the state of Colorado.