Additional Programs and Services

We want to help you make the best decisions for the mental health of you and your family. Here are a variety of resources and tools to help you on your journey.

Please remember that we are always here to answer any questions you have regarding therapies, treatments and services.

As always, thank you for choosing Mind Springs Health for your behavioral health needs.

Interested in learning about your rights as a client and the related privacy and HIPAA laws that protect your information? We’ve compiled those details into easy to understand documents.

Mind Springs Health accepts MasterCard, VISA, Health First Colorado ( Medicaid), Medicare and private insurance, and are a preferred provider/in-network for Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, LifeSynch, UMR and United Behavioral Health/Optum. We also offer a sliding payment scale for qualifying individuals and families. Our business service associates are available to help you figure out which payment option is best for you.

Being an active participant in treatment is important to your success! Having access to your health information is an easy way to be active in your treatment. With a few exceptions, it is your right to inspect, review, and receive a copy of your health information. Our Medical Records staff can help you to request a copy of your records.

Not sure who to contact with a question or concern? Use our easy contact directory to find the right contact. We look forward to speaking with you!

Peer Support

Can We Talk

Connecting Mind Springs Health clients with other people who have a diagnosed mental illness and are thriving.

The Oasis Clubhouse

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The Oasis Clubhouse in Grand Junction, Colorado is a safe place for clients to hang out for the day and socialize.

Supported Employment

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Mind Springs Health offers Supported Employment Services to clients. Let us help you find a job so you can re-enter the workforce.

Women’s Recovery Center


An intensive, healing, women-only residential rehabilitation program where women and their children can stay together during treatment.

Circle Program


A residential treatment program for both men & women ages 18-65, with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.

Medication Assisted Therapy

Bear on Bike

Opioid Use Disorder Treatment that combines counseling with prescribed medications to help reduce the cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

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