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Click the buttons below to read more about our 3rd quarter ABCD Award winners!

Third Quarter Customer Service Superstars

. . . Two Winners!

Jeremiah Doyle
Case Manager – Eagle

“Jeremiah is consistent, dependable, competent, communicative, and supportive.  He goes the extra mile to communicate with staff to support clients, and he has a gentle presence with clients, while also being able to help them with resources, skills, paperwork, or sometimes just relational support. Jeremiah is also a joy to work with.  He has never declined, dropped, or otherwise faltered in responding to and fulfilling emails asking him to provide specific support for clients.  He always responds affirmatively and follows through; communicates when issues/escalations happen.

Jeremiah is easy to work with, and I appreciate all he does for the CBITT program! Jeremiah once drove a client all the way to Grand Junction, just to ensure there was not a lapse in care between his incarceration and his residential treatment. Such commitment!

Jeremiah always brings a positive and upbeat attitude to work. This leads to great interactions with staff and clients.  He is a consistent ‘yes man’ always up for a task, to help out a client, or to go the extra mile when asked.  His passion for his work is clear and he is a true asset to the Mind Springs Team.

Kailey Adkins
Medical Case Manager – Granby

“Kailey was filling in last week with scheduling for the Urgent Care Clinic crisis uses. Kailey scheduled an appointment for me with my client at 3:00 p.m. with Dr. Elsass. When she discovered Dr. Elsass was out for the entire week at 3:10 p.m., Kailey went to work to find out what to do next. Kailey never gave up on finding an appointment provider. It was after the original appointment and almost 4:00 p.m., before she was able to find a provider to work with my crisis client.

My client needed to be seen as soon as possible for a medication adjustment for his suicidal ideation and Kailey made it happen even though she had never been in this situation before and didn’t know where to begin. I feel someone else might have just rescheduled for the following day instead of going through everything she did to make it happen in the moment, which is what my client needed.”

Congratulations to all of the Customer Service Superstar Nominees:

Grand Junction & Craig



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Addiction Counseling Training is available this summer and fall!  Please click above for details and email Miranda Botts with questions!

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This FREE Symposium during May – Mental Health Awareness Month – offers short sessions (15-20 minutes) on a variety of topics throughout the month of may!  Click above to view the agenda and register.

The deadline to submit applications for the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program has been extended to May 27!  Click above for more details.

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Spring into Giving!

The Employee Giving Campaign begins Monday, May 3!

Having 100% participation (or very close to it!) is incredibly important for many of the grants the Mind Springs Foundation applies for – regardless of the amount donated!  Whether you can donate $10 or $1,000, your support is needed and appreciated.  The chance to win fun prizes are in-store for everyone who signs up – stay tuned for further announcements on Monday!

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Mind Springs Health Receives Award from NCBH

At this year’s National Council for Behavioral Health Annual Convention in May, Mind Springs Health will be awarded the Innovation at Work Award as part of the National Council Awards of Excellence program.  The award is being given as a recognition of the MetricoveryTM program, developed by Mind Springs Health Vice President, Michelle Hoy, and former Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jules Rosen – with much contribution from many, many, many employees throughout the organization!

Congratulations to everyone who has contributed to the success of  MetricoveryTM

Join the Cultural Engagement Team!

Are you interested in helping our organization become more diverse and knowledgeable about equality and equity within our communities?

Please join the next CET meeting:

Monday, May 17 – 1 to 2 p.m.

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FunNominal Funds Earn Ashley Hatch the Chance to Toss a Pie at Jill Davis!

Peer Support Services Coordinator, Jill Davis, was the most recent Mind Springs Health employee to get a pie in the face.  Peer Specialist, Ashley Hatch, used her FunNominal Funds wisely, as she chose to smash an gooey pudding and whip cream pie in her boss’s noggin.  Luckily, Jill is a good sport!

Here’s How to Join ELoops . . .

Have You Turned in Your Vaccine Data to HR?

If you’ve not already done so, please be sure to take a photo of your vaccination record and send it to Mary Harris!

Zoom Fatigue is Real!


Check out this article on why Zoom can be exhausting!

Where can I get Vaccinated?

If you have not yet been vaccinated and are ready to protect yourself and the people you care for – reaching out to your County’s public health department is the best way to find where to get your shot!  Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are widely available in Colorado, with many communities now offering “walk-in” appointments!

Four county-by-county resources, click here!

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