(Vail Daily) To better understand the accessibility, usage, perception and gaps in its behavioral health services, Vail Health Behavioral Health has partnered with Building Hope Summit County to survey Eagle and Summit counties.
(Vail Daily) Will Cook: This January marked my fifth year as president and chief executive officer of Vail Health. As I reflect, I’m truly amazed and inspired by what we have accomplished as an organization and a community during this time.
My Future Pathways (MFP) has launched a trade school program at CMU Tech, a partner of Colorado Mesa University, that provides mentorship and financial aid to students interested in pursuing careers in the trades, empowering them to contribute to the community’s growth.
(Vail Daily) Starting Wednesday, Jan. 10, administration of the bi-annual Healthy Kids Colorado Survey will begin for Eagle County students. This will be the 10th year that the survey has been administered locally to gain insight into middle school and high school student behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions.
When an Eagle County community member calls 911 for a behavioral health emergency, several wheels are set into motion. Local law enforcement, paramedics, and the dedicated team from Your Hope Center are deployed.