Thanks to the amazing dedication of our leadership, staff, community partners, and benefactors, we’ve made tremendous progress since launching It Takes A Valley: Transforming Behavioral Health.
In these videos, representatives from a handful of Vail Health’s Eagle Valley Behavioral Health community partners share their accomplishments from 2021, which were made possible through your continued support.
Bright Future Foundation
Bright Future Foundation (BFF) provides a brighter future by changing the lives of those affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse. As Eagle County’s only community-based domestic violence and sexual assault agency, BFF serves clients with prevention, crisis intervention, advocacy, and long-term healing services.
Early Childhood Partners
Early Childhood Partners specializes in supporting young children, families, and childcare providers in a variety of ways so that every child and family in the Eagle River Valley can thrive. All programs are offered free of charge to participants in both English and Spanish throughout the year.
Eagle Valley Community Foundation’s MIRA (Mobile Intercultural Resource Alliance), serves as a single-stop, comprehensive, integrated, and culturally-relevant approach to resource connection. MIRA travels to neighborhoods, community sites, and workplaces throughout Eagle County to deliver health and wellness services at no cost.
SpeakUp ReachOut is working to prevent suicide in the Eagle River Valley through training, awareness, and hope. With the help of Vail Health’s Eagle Valley Behavioral Health, their ambitious goal is to train 40,000 people (75 percent of the community) in the Eagle River Valley in suicide outreach and prevention is now more achievable.
Your Hope Center
You Hope Center is a mental health agency that serves the Eagle River Valley through its many services, including its 24-hour crisis Hopeline, school programs, community education, crisis intervention, community collaboration, and more.