Mind Springs Health Welcomes New Program Director in Pitkin County
Mind Springs Health, the largest provider of mental health and addiction treatment in Western Colorado, is pleased to announce that Michael Morrow, Jr. has joined the organization as Program Director in Pitkin County. Michael will oversee operations at the Aspen office, located at 0405 Castle Creek Road.
Michael brings a broad background to the position, having worked as a mental health professional and senior administrator. For the past 20 years, Michael has worked as a consultant, helping organizations improve their customer service, build positive attitudes in the workplace, increase efficiency with time management tools and developing action plans that help employees and the entities they work for prosper. In addition to his successful consulting work, Michael has also held numerous director-level positions at mental health facilities with beds ranging from 25 to 211 in Indiana and North Carolina. He holds a bachelor of science degree from Minnesota State University and numerous certifications and training in mental health and management.
“Having spent my formative high school years in Colorado Springs and loving what this beautiful state has to offer, I always imagined I would return to Colorado,” said Michael. “I am excited to be working with the team in Pitkin County to help ensure that our staff has the tools and resources they need to offer the best mental health care to a population we care so deeply about.”
Michael has been married to his wife, Teresa, for more than 30 years and has two adult sons, Patrick and Mathew. He and his wife are looking forward to settling into their home in Old Snowmass and becoming an active part of the Roaring Fork Valley community. To reach him or any of our dedicated Pitkin County-based therapists and providers, please call the Mind Springs Health Aspen number at 970.920.5555
Mind Springs Health is the western slope’s largest provider of counseling and therapy for mental wellness and also assists individuals and families dealing with and recovering from substance abuse and addiction. Covering a 23,000-square mile area in Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Mesa, Moffat, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt and Summit counties, Mind Springs Health offers a continuum of mental health care with crisis response services, 12 offices for outpatient treatment, and West Springs Hospital, the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City.
Stephanie Keister, Public Relations Manager