Vocational Rehabilitation - North Range Behavioral Health
North Range Behavioral Health
Data Provided By
United Way of Weld County
Description of Service
Helps individuals struggling with mental illness and addiction find and maintain stable housing through working at Frontier or Pioneer House performing tasks such as preparing lunch, accounting and bookkeeping, fundraising, public relations, receptionist, custodial duties and more. Members have the opportunity to return to paid employment in typical work settings with varying levels of support.
Call for more information. Members must be referred by a mental health professional.
Qualifying Frontier members can transition and stay at the Pioneer house for up to a year, renting on a month-to-month basis, giving individuals flexibility if they find a different housing situation, and it will let Frontier staff evaluate client's progress.
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Individuals with substance abuse disorders or mental health issues looking for stable employment and housing.