GE Johnson Foundation: Supporting Access to Behavioral Health Resources
Eagle Valley Behavioral Health
Vail Health’s Eagle Valley Behavioral Health (EVBH) and Vail Health Foundation have launched a $100 million campaign to transform the Eagle Valley’s behavioral health system and landscape.
The It Takes A Valley campaign will include the efforts of multiple organizations across the valley to raise much-needed funds for provider access and capacity, prevention and education, crisis response and transition services, and school-based services.
When adolescents and adults experience a behavioral health crisis in Eagle County, they currently must be transported two-or-more hours away to receive care. Vail Health’s Eagle Valley Behavioral Health is taking steps to address this need by building the Precourt Healing Center, a centrally-located, in-patient behavioral health facility in Edwards, Colorado.
By allocating your giving to Eagle Valley Behavioral Health’s area of greatest need, you will provide much needed, flexible funds that can be used to address our most urgent needs and priorities that might otherwise go unmet.
The Your Hope Center-led mobile crisis response system ensures all 911 behavioral health calls are met with a clinician at the point of need. Other initiatives like this will provide community members with the appropriate care when experiencing an emotional crisis. Learn More
Our peer support program offers ongoing group-oriented care with a qualified leader. A peer group is a gathering of 2-10 people with shared experiences. Members use storytelling to move past their difficulties, offer hope and support, and create the lives they’d like to lead.
Schools offer a unique opportunity to reach the valley’s youngest citizens and ensure they have access to behavioral support that enables them to thrive. Our goal is to increase the number of school-based clinicians to serve every school in the Eagle River Valley. Learn More
Maintains, educates, advocates for, and builds sustainable non-motorized soft surface trails while conserving the natural environment of Eagle County and our public lands.