SummitStone Health Partners announces fundraiser, “A Time for Transformation,” to support Substance Use Disorder services
LARIMER COUNTY, COLO. – SummitStone Health Partners released details for their Annual Fundraiser. This year, the theme for the event is “A Time for Transformation,” focused on raising funds and awareness for Substance Use Disorder services. With increased interest in improving all behavioral health services in Larimer County, SummitStone intends to bring awareness, education, understanding and a sense of advocacy for those in attendance.
The program will preview the newest SummitStone facility, Garcia House, which is a 16-bed intensive in-patient facility for those with SUD and mental health diagnoses. It will help to fill critical gaps in the current behavioral health services offered in our community. The event will also include an interview with Board Member and former Chair, Fred Garcia, after whom Garcia House was named. Fred has been a behavioral health champion in Larimer County and across the nation for more than four decades. He served the U.S. Senate as Deputy Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, as well as liaison between the drug treatment system and law enforcement. SummitStone CEO Michael Allen will also provide updates on the past year and hopes for the future with several surprise cameos from SummitStone supporters.
Due to COVID-19, the Annual Fundraiser will be held virtually as an online event over the lunch hour from noon to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 28. With the help of donations from generous supporters, SummitStone is able to serve more than 10,000 clients annually.
Visit https://www.summitstone.org/fundraiser/ for details and to register for the event.
About SummitStone Health Partners
SummitStone Health Partners is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing unsurpassed behavioral health prevention, intervention and treatment services. SummitStone offers eight locations across Larimer County including 24/7/365 Crisis Services. For more information visit www.summitstone.org or call (970) 494-4200.
If you or a loved one are in crisis, visit our Crisis Services center at 1217 Riverside Ave. in Fort Collins between 8 a.m. and midnight, call (970) 494-4200 or text TALK to 38255.