(KUNC) A therapist who treats middle school students, Cassandra Armas works at Homestake Peak School in Eagle-Vail, a rural resort mountain town in the Colorado Rockies.
(Vail Daily) Local behavioral health care has changed a lot in the past few years. Another change may be coming in the next year.
(Vail Daily) Charismatic, compassionate, giving, selfless, adventurous and funny were just some of the adjectives used to describe Todd Johnson at his recent celebration of life.
(Vail Daily) Since its inception, Eagle Valley Behavioral Health has sought to do things differently when it comes to addressing the Eagle County community’s mental and behavioral health needs.
Collaborative care enlists the expertise of multiple professionals, including behavioral health providers, organizational partners, first responders, family members, specialists, and in the case of students, school-based clinicians. This type of wraparound care is most effective when the team can share knowledge on goals, diagnosis, and treatment plans.