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It Takes A Valley: Transforming Behavioral Health.

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In 2018, this community averaged 1 suicide attempt per day

465%

There has been a dramatic increase of 465% in Vail Health emergency room visits for anxiety and depression over the last several years

1 in 4

Nearly 1 in 4 of our 7th and 8th grade children considered suicide last year

Our Vision

Imagine a day in this Valley when we spend as much time, effort and resources on our behavioral health as we do our physical health.

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.

Chris Lindley Executive Director Eagle Valley Behavioral Health

Your Support Makes an Impact

Olivia

Olivia’s Fund

Olivia’s Fund will provide financial assistance for behavioral health services. It will provide up to six free sessions per year for anyone who lives or works in Eagle County and cannot afford treatment. Learn more

Need

Area of Greatest Need

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.

Crisis Services

The 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

Latinx Programs

EVBH is addressing the disparity in access to behavioral health care for Latinx communities. Your support will help fund programs that accommodate the unique cultural considerations and challenges they face. Learn More

Prevention & Education

EVBH is investing in prevention and education efforts by supporting the existing programs of community partners, filling gaps through the creation of new initiatives, and working to break the stigma of behavioral health issues. Learn More

School-Based Services

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

Community Fundraising Partners

Bright Future Foundation

Making Futures Bright: changing lives affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse.

Early Childhood Partners

Supporting families and early learning environments in our community so that every child can thrive.

Eagle Hope Center

Extends the beacon of hope to those in emotional crisis and offers a continuum of comprehensive care.

My Future Pathways

My Future Pathways provides a Helping Hand to enhance and enrich the lives of first-generation Eagle County Youth, leading to Positive Pathways.

MIRA

Offers free services and resources to people in Eagle County. We drive where people live.

Mountain Youth

Continuously and collaboratively improving the lives of youth in the most powerful ways possible.

SpeakUp ReachOut

Helps to prevent suicide in Eagle County by providing education, training, and hope!

UB.U

UB.U provides local students with brain health education, awareness and tools for individual resilience to inspire a more mindfully connected community.

Learn about other ways to get involved

We are thankful to all of our community partners who are collaborating together to transform behavioral health