SummitStone recognized among Community Builders for 2023
On March 2, SummitStone accepted the Community Builder Award for the Nonprofit Organization of the Year for Medical Services from BizWest. This is the second year for the Community Builder Awards, which recognizes the region’s outstanding nonprofit and for-profit organizations and individuals for their contribution to community development.
Our Chief Clinical Officer Cyndi Dodds accepted the award on behalf of SummitStone, our Board of Directors and our nearly 500 employees. This award was particularly poignant for SummitStone as we are celebrating 65 years of excellence in behavioral healthcare in Larimer County.
In her acceptance speech, Cyndi recognized that, as a Community Builder, SummitStone would not be able to do the amazing, life-saving work that we do without the extensive partnerships we have with so many other nonprofits in our region. We are truly honored to receive the recognition and look forward to continued and expanding partnerships.
SummitStone unveils a new look – Check out our new website!
SummitStone recently launched our new and improved website to improve functionality, accessibility and clarity for our clients, community partners and donors. We’re particularly excited to add a new tool called acessiBe, which, with a click of the button, adds instant flexibility to meet the accessibility needs our site visitors may require.
Mental Health First Aid
SummitStone offers free Mental Health First Aid courses to the public. MHFA is like CPR, but for mental health issues. By taking our Mental Health First Aid course, you’ll learn the signs of mental health issues and the appropriate actions to take.
The Adult Mental Health First Aid course is appropriate for anyone 18 years and older who wants to learn how to help a person who may be experiencing a mental health-related crisis or problem. Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis.
Classes are held at the Fort Collins Senior Center from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Upcoming dates are: March 15 (Youth) / March 29 (Adult) / April 19 (Youth) / April 29 (Adult) / May 17 (Youth) / May 31 (Adult)