Hello Turning Point’s supporters and friends! October is National Emotional Wellness Month Month. The National Institute of Health shares an Emotional Toolkit, with 6 strategies for improving mental health. Turning Point offers mental health services, such as therapy and coaching, that can help. Call 970-221-0999 to find out more.
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Turning Point has immediate openings in several of our outpatient programs. In addition to the below, we also provide individual and family therapy, behavior coaching, and other in-home services. We have private pay options, take several types of insurance, and have contracts with DHS and DYS for providing intervention services.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from these programs, make a referral by calling 970-221-0999 or emailing email@example.com. Find out more about each program by clicking on the links. You can also make a referral through the website!
How You Can Help
Colorado Gives Day is December 6, 2022. Turning Point participates in Colorado Gives day, and information about how to donate can be found through the link below. You can start giving as early as November 1. More details to come!
Staff Spotlight: Meet Paulina Herrera, our new Lead Behavior Coach!
“Hi my name is Paulina Herrera Prado, I am the Lead Behavioral Coach. I graduated from Colorado State University in 2022 with a Bachelor of science in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Prevention and Intervention Sciences and a minor in Spanish. I completed my internship with Turning Point at the residential facilities which was an amazing learning experience. I fell in love with the work Turning Point does and joined the team as a behavior coach. I enjoy getting to know my clients and providing a safe space for them to be themselves and getting building strong relationships. I strive to be an advocate for minority groups that lack the proper resources and assistance in the mental health field. My goal is to further my education in counseling and continue to empower individuals to reach their goals. Outside of work I like to spend my time hanging out with my family and friends, playing with my dog and going shopping.”
Farai Makombe, Outpatient Coordinator, shares excitement over Paulina joining the team. “She is very driven, a fast learner, and also a self starter.” Paulina hit the ground running in being a huge support to the behavior coaching program, and we are grateful to have her!
Turning Point’s Behavior Coaching program offers a variety of supports to youth and families involved in DHS and DYS. Services include life skills, coping skills, behavioral support, parent coaching, educational or vocational support, and so much more. To learn more, and find out about availability or private pay cost, reach out to Farai at firstname.lastname@example.org or Paulina at email@example.com.
Fort Collins Community Centered Services:
1644 S. College Ave.,
Fort Collins, CO 80525
Youth, families, and adults helped in the last year:
Greeley Community Centered Services:
913 11th Ave, Greeley, CO 80631
Shout-Out from the Point!
This month’s shout out goes to Larimer County Behavioral Health! We have partnered with LCBH on several grants over the past few years, totaling $180,378 in grant funding support! They supported our Connections program, an agency-wide staff training program, and an addictions specialist position. We are excited to partner with them in the year ahead to provide addictions services to youth and adults throughout Larimer County.
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