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At Building Hope, we are always looking for incredible individuals who are passionate about mental health and have the right skills, drive, and personality to help us power up.  We are committed to building an equitable culture that is inclusive and embraces every person and their unique contributions.  Our mission is to create a community that cultivates empathy, connection, and understanding. 

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Community Partner Opportunities

UnitedHealthcare - Youth Behavioral Health Facilitator-Telecommute Summit County Co w/$1500 sign on bonus

UnitedHealthcare is a company that’s on the rise. We’re expanding in multiple directions, across borders and, most of all, in the way we think. Here, innovation isn’t about another gadget, it’s about transforming the healthcare industry. Ready to make a difference? Make yourself at home with us and start doing your life’s best work.(sm).
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Front Range Clinic - Front Desk Office
Job Summary
Front Range Clinic is a local leader in outpatient treatment of Opioid Use Disorders and other addictive disorders. We foster a family environment where patients are treated with compassion and honesty. We believe that addiction is a chronic relapsing brain disease. Our staff is passionate about helping other people. We offer Medication Assisted Treatment and behavioral health services. We believe there is life beyond addiction and strive to help our patients discover their purpose and community in a healthy environment. We are looking for people who are willing to work in a fast paced medical environment.
Responsibilities and Duties
  • This is the entry-level position where the focus of training is on developing and Demonstrating competencies of supporting professional staff by
  • Scheduling patients
  • Collecting vitals and other information
  • Answering phones
  • Directing patients
  • Admitting and registering patients
  • Data and record keeping
  • Building maintenance and cleaning
  • Communication with medical staff
  • patient centered care and customer service
  • Additionally staff will need to demonstrate a high-level, broad understanding of MAT, Harm Reduction, Low Barrier/High Access, HIPAA, OSHA and safety practices, verbal de-escalation and crisis intervention.
Qualifications and Skills
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field preferred;
  • Previous medical clinic and/or addictions treatment experience preferred
  • In some cases experience can be substituted for education requirement
  • Basic computer skills
  • Reliable transportation
  • Proper time management
Reliable and Dependable
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $18.00-19.00 per hour depending on experience
COVID-19 considerations: All customers & staff are required to wear masks, social distancing, CDC COVID guidelines for cleaning, & expectation of staff to get COVID vaccination.
Contact: Dayna DeHerrera – ddeherrera@frontrangeclinic.com
Mile High Behavioral Health - Family Support Partner

The Family Support Partner (FSP) is a full-time position at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare (MHBHC) in Summit County. This position is designed to provide intensive levels of direct support to families in the Summit County area. Often, but not always, the Family Support Partner is a graduate of Wraparound and should always be a family member of a person with complex emotional or mental health needs and system experience.
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Mile High Behavioral Health - Behavioral Health Supervisor

Under the supervision of the Director of Public Health and Community Engagement and the Chief Clinical Officer, the successful candidate will be responsible for treating clients within outpatient and enhanced outpatient behavioral health treatment. This position would oversee clinical, case management and peer staff as well as manage client intakes and referrals to support Summit County.
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Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) Positions
Administrative Assistant

Grants Manager

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Vail Health - Behavioral Health Patient Access Representative II

Responsible for patient-facing registration and associated tasks which include information collection, validation, and requisitioning of orders and services. Insurance-related tasks include verification, collection of co-payments, and associated paperwork. For More Information

Summit Community Care Clinic - SBHC Integrated Behavioral Health Provider
Position Summary: The Integrated Behavioral Health Provider acts as an independent
clinician who provides behavioral health counseling to children, adults, and families in a
school-based health care setting. The integrated behavioral health provider works closely
with primary care providers, dental providers, psychiatry, and school systems in treating
behavioral health conditions. As a part of the primary care team, the Integrated Behavioral
Health Provider will provide comprehensive diagnostic and behavioral health services
including brief assessments, interventions, psycho education, referrals, and consultations
for patients in school-based health clinic settings. Integrated Behavioral Health Providers
work from a systems and community perspective to formulate treatment conceptualizations,
interventions, and case management goals.
For more information about the position and to apply- https://www.summitclinic.org/index.php/about-us/career-opportunities
Summit School District - Project Thrive Coordinator
SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION: The Project Thrive Manager will be responsible for the design, creation, and launch of a county-wide effort that will coordinate, enhance, and further develop accessibility to high quality programming to benefit elementary-age children during out of school times.  The position will work with existing after school, recreation, and enrichment programs to coordinate and publicize program options, remove barriers to accessing existing services, and design future program opportunities.  This position is grant funded through Vail Resorts and the Summit Foundation through the 25-26 school year.  For More Information and to Apply
Granby Elementary School-Counselor/Social Worker
TYPICAL WORK YEAR:  9 Months – Additional days may be requested by the East Grand School District.  Additional days are limited to eight days for the professional school counselor.

PURPOSE:  Utilizing leadership, advocacy, and collaboration, school counselors promote student success, provide preventive services, and respond to identified student needs by implementing a comprehensive school counseling program that addresses academic, career, and personal/social development for all students



GUIDANCE CURRICULUM – The professional school counselor implements the Guidance Curriculum Component through the use of effective instructional skills and the careful planning of structured group sessions for all students.

  • The professional school counselor teaches guidance units effectively
  • The professional school counselor encourages staff involvement to ensure the effective implementation of the guidance curriculum.


INDIVIDUAL PLANNING – The professional school counselor implements the Individual Planning Component by guiding individuals and groups of students and their parents through the development of educational and career plans.
  • The professional school counselor, in collaboration with parents, helps students establish goals and develop and use planning skills.
  • The professional school counselor demonstrates accurate and appropriate interpretation of assessment data and the presentation of relevant, unbiased information.
  • The professional school counselor implements and provides academic and career counseling.


RESPONSIVE SERVICES – The professional school counselor implements the Responsive Services Component through the effective use of individual and small group counseling, consultation, and referral skills.

  • The professional school counselor counsels individual students and small groups of students with identified needs/concerns.
  • The professional school counselor consults effectively with parents, teachers, administrators, and other relevant individuals.
  • The professional school counselor implements an effective referral process in collaboration with parents, administrators, teachers, and other school personnel.

SYSTEM SUPPORT – The professional school counselor implements the System Support Component through effective guidance program management and support for other educational programs.

  • The professional school counselor provides a comprehensive and balanced guidance program in collaboration with school staff.
  • The professional school counselor provides support for other school programs.
  • The professional school counselor demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with students.
  • The professional school counselor demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with educational staff.
  • The professional school counselor demonstrates positive interpersonal relations with parents/patrons.
  • The professional school counselor demonstrates a commitment to ongoing professional growth.
  • The professional school counselor possesses professional and responsible work habits.
  • The professional school counselor follows the profession’s ethical and legal standards and guidelines, as well as promotes cultural diversity and inclusivity in school policy and interpersonal relationships.


While the professional school counselor may perform other counseling duties as assigned by the principal, the priority is implementing and coordinating the program in the above listed areas. At times, the responsibility for implementing guidance and counseling activities will be shared among the school counselor, teachers, administrators, and classified personnel at each site.

  • Conducts a yearly program audit to review extent of program implementation.
  • Collects and analyzes data to guide program direction and emphasis
  • Measures results of the school counseling program activities and shares results as appropriate
  • Monitors student academic performance, behavior and attendance and assists with appropriate interventions.
  • Perform related duties as assigned.


  • Work is performed under the general direction of the School Principal who will annually evaluate the performance of the professional school counselor. The employee is expected to exercise initiative and judgment in planning and organizing work, completing assignments and handling routine and unusual problems. Work is reviewed through conferences and reports for results achieved and shall be evaluated at least annually.
  • Frequent contact with teachers, students, parents, district staff, and other school personnel is required.
  • Light physical activity in a normal office environment.


The ability to perform the following work activities with or without reasonable accommodation:

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Supervise education students.
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Work independently and meet deadlines.
  • Maintain regular attendance and punctuality.
  • Knowledge of counseling concepts and programs; applicable laws, regulations, and codes is desirable.
  • Successful experience in counseling students who have had difficulty succeeding in school is desirable.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with others is desirable.


  • Responsible counseling experience in education programs is required.
  • A Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university is required, with major course work in academic education and/or counseling or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the work.
  • Possession of or ability to obtain a School Counseling License issued by the Colorado Department of Education is required.

Please contact Amanda Cross for more information and to apply.

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