Our Learning Collaborative
The Learning Collaborative focuses on adapting and adopting best practices to promote the delivery of effective practices for deaf and hard of hearing consumers by bringing together representatives from each of the Partner agencies working on improving a process, practice or system and learning from collective experiences and challenges. Eight member agencies are participants in the Colorado Daylight Project Learning Collaborative and trainings. They have been part of an effort to advance access to mental health and substance abuse services for deaf and hard of hearing Coloradans. Please refer to agency websites for more detailed information on their services that may fit your needs in your area.
Addiction Research and Treatment Services, ARTS
ARTS provides both inpatient and outpatient treatment services for substance abuse.
Multicultural counseling and outpatient services with a primary focus on providing linguistic and culturally appropriate treatment services to the Latino and deaf / hard of hearing populations in Denver, Colorado.
Aspen Pointe, Inc.
Serving El Paso, Teller and Park counties Since 1875...ASPENPOINTE has empowered clients, enriched lives and embraced purpose through individual and family services in mental health, substance abuse, employment and career development, education, housing, jail diversion/reintegration, telephonic wellness, and provider network services.
Phone:(719) 572-6100 or (800) 285-1204 Email: info@AspenPointe.org
Centennial Mental Health Center
Provides Mental Health and Substance Abuse treatment for the residents of Northeastern Colorado in Cheyenne, Elbert, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington & Yuma Counties
Colorado West Regional Mental Health, Inc.
Mental Health Center of Denver Deaf Counseling Services
In response to a critical need in the community, MHCD created a counseling team to provide outpatient mental health care for deaf and hard of hearing children and adults in the Denver area. The cultural traditions and beliefs of the deaf and hard of hearing communities are integrated into this program. The staff is skilled in a range of communication modalities utilized by the Deaf and hard of hearing.
Referrals accepted from other counties and cities. Learn more about this program here.
North Range Behavioral Health
North Range Behavioral Health is the community mental health center and substance abuse provider agency serving Weld County, Colorado. We are a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to providing professional, culturally competent mental health services to the residents of our area.
Serving Larimer County, Larimer Center for Mental Health provides a comprehensive range of services designed to address the complex needs of people recovering from mental illness.
The Daylight Project began with funding by Colorado Works’ Statewide Strategic Use Fund, Colorado Division of Behavioral Health, the Colorado Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and the Mental Health Center of Denver. We have continued funding from the Colorado Division of Behavioral Health.