Behavioral Health Careers

Eagle River Valley, from Vail to Dotsero, is an expansive mecca of endless beauty and outdoor activity wrapped up into a tight knit community. Behavioral health positions are the heart of the valley. We are seeking passionate, experienced, and organized behavioral health providers to join our growing community and support the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of our children, teens, adults and seniors. Behavioral health positions offer fulfilling and rewarding outcomes while creating positive change.

Behavioral Health Provider (Colorado Mountain Medical)

  • Behavioral Health providers work directly with patients to actively listen to problems and concerns and suggest healthy and productive ways of coping with those issues.
  • In this position, Behavioral Health providers will diagnose and treat our patients, providing them with the best care available. Behavioral Health providers will work with a team of primary care and specialty physicians and care coordinators to develop treatment plans, provide tools for emotional and physical support for patients, and follow-up on patient improvements and goals
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Bilingual School Based Mental Health Therapist for K-5 (Eagle Hope Center)

  • Knowledge of DSM-IV TR and DSM 5 diagnoses and symptoms
  • Knowledge of local and agency resources for referrals
  • Skilled at assessing level of suicidality in individuals who present for help
  • Skilled at working with various types of individuals and knowing how to approach each one
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Case Manager (Mind Springs Health)

  • Case managers connect clients to a wide range of resources and coordinate with each member of a person’s treatment team to ensure clients receive the proper treatment according to the treatment plan. Case managers also provide therapeutic and connective services like discharge planning, housing assistance and continued care after hospitalization.
  • Case managers utilize a variety of treatment approaches to work with a diverse population including children, adults, individuals, couples, and groups.
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Clinical Supervisor (Eagle Hope Center)

  • Provide administrative leadership for crisis clinicians with regard to policies and procedures.
  • Ensure programs are regularly evaluated for best practices standards and notifications are made when necessary.
  • Leads by example with partnership efforts in the community; meeting with local contracted agencies, law enforcement, practitioners  and physicians and offering aid and explanation on services when requested. 
  • Provides training and educational classes in areas of expertise in the community and assist in training others to lead and train on behalf of the Eagle Hope Center. 
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Clinician II Or III (Mind Spring Health)

  • The backbone of this organization, clinicians work with a diverse client population in a variety of treatment approaches and/or settings, and are responsible for assessment/problem identification, crisis intervention, individual, family and group therapy, and client case management.
  • Clinicians develop and monitor treatment plans and progress in maintaining clinical charts and records and receive and/or provide clinical supervision as needed.
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 Community Behavioral Health Navigators (Eagle County Paramedic Services)

  • Two positions grant-funded by the Katz-Amsterdam Foundation & Eagle Valley Behavioral Health
  • Must be bilingual in English/Spanish with experience in human services or related field
  • Help community members navigate the mental health resources available in Eagle County
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Crisis Clinician (Eagle Hope Center)

  • Has set office and on-call shifts for answering calls via office landline or cell phone and provides appropriate assessment, information and referral to caller.
  • Responds on scene as part of a mobile crisis service and most often is part of a co-response team, responding with law enforcement and EMS.
  • Is responsible for assessments in Vail Health Emergency Room when requested and disposition planning is done on site.
  • • Understands that response time for a call is immediate. Clients should not have to leave messages.
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Early Childhood Coordinator

  • The Early Childhood Coordinator facilitates collaboration between Eagle County Government, families, caretakers, educators and community partners to further a coordinated and comprehensive early childhood system in Eagle County and the attainment of community early childhood program outcomes.  
  • Responsible for early childhood community program development in conjunction with Early Childhood Education (ECE) Roadmap Advisory Committee, subcommittees and other community collaborations.  
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School Based Mental Health Therapist (Eagle Hope Center)

  • Knowledge of DSM-IV TR and DSM 5 diagnoses and symptoms
  • Knowledge of local and agency resources for referrals
  • Skilled at assessing level of suicidality in individuals who present for help
  • Skilled at working with various types of individuals and knowing how to approach each one
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Family Support Specialist (Eagle County)

  • The Family Support Specialist will spend approximately 50% of his/her time working on the Collaborative Management Program (CMP). The CMP helps children, youth and families who are involved in multiple systems by reducing duplication and fragmentation of services through Individualized Service and Support Team (ISST) meetings.
  • The Family Support Specialist will spend the remaining 50% of his/her time working on 2Gen programs within DHS, including family engagement meeting facilitation for child welfare, early childhood initiatives, Permanent Supportive Housing and Women Achieving Greater Economic Success (WAGES).
  • This position reports to the Children, Family and Adult Services (CFAS) Division Manager.
  • Requirements
    • High school graduate or equivalent supplemented by continuing education in job-related field
    • Bachelor’s degree in social work or human services related field - preferred
    • Two years of experience in working with families, children, educational systems, child development systems, or low-income families or any combination of education and experience that produces the required knowledge, skills, and abilities, and experience.
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) language skills required 
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Psychiatrist (Colorado Mountain Medical)

Colorado Mountain Medical is a multi-specialty physician clinic, looking to add an Psychiatrist to our growing team. The Psychiatrist will conduct thorough psychiatric evaluations, develop treatment plans, prescribe medication, and evaluate treatment results.  This position is full-time and will work between our clinics in Eagle County and possibly Summit County. 

Qualifications and Skills
  • Current and valid board certification in psychiatry
  • Medical degree from an accredited medical school and completion of an approved psychiatric residency
  • Current Colorado license in good standing
  • Current DEA registration
  • Excellent knowledge and familiarity with current DSM-V criteria
  • Familiar with crisis assessment tools and techniques
  • Strong working knowledge of general psychiatric principles and practices
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
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Supervisor: Healthy Families America Home Visitation Program

Early Childhood Partners, a local nonprofit organization, is seeking a full-time Healthy Families Home Visitation Program Supervisor for the Eagle River Valley. This position will be responsible for the supervision and implementation of the Healthy Families America (HFA) Home Visitation Program, including supervision of the Family Support Specialists, and ensuring effective service provision for HFA clients and families. The HFA Home Visitation Program is relationship-based, culturally respectful, family-centered and grounded in the parallel process.
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Victim Assistance Officer (Eagle County Government)

  • The Victim Assistance Advocate will provide crisis intervention, information and emotional support to victims of crime or crisis in Eagle County. The advocate will work closely with commissioned law enforcement personnel from the initial response to the conclusion of the law enforcement case and immediate response to the crime scene may be required.
  • Additionally, computer skills are necessary to document all contacts, research agency and court information, and communicate with victims. The Advocate will work under the supervision of the Victim Assistance Coordinator
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Eagle Valley Behavioral Health was established to serve as the backbone organization to lead the community collaboration in transforming the Eagle Valley behavioral health system.