For compassionate professionals who are committed to the mission of community behavioral health, we have positions available at both our state-of-the-art West Springs Hospital in Grand Junction or at any of our 12 outpatient offices throughout the Western Slope.
If you would like to help us continue to offer critical behavioral health services to anyone who needs quality care, please consider making a financial gift to the Mind Spring Foundation. Your support will truly save lives.
Whitney is one of the Routt County Day Treatment Alternative Program providers. This program is the highest level of care available to Routt County Youth ages 12-18 and their families. Whitney received a Bachelor of Science from Regis University in Denver and a Master of Science from University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA). Regis’ emphasis on “how we ought to live” and UAA’s emphasis on rural and indigenous psychology is ingrained into her work. Whitney’s primary population served are adolescents. This unique time of development is integral for setting up a lifetime of wellbeing. Because adolescents are connected in many ways, there is a focus on their families, peer relationships, schools, and communities. Whitney is passionate about encouraging people to live full lives and focuses interventions on thoughts, behaviors and relationships.