Are you in crisis and looking for help?

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call SummitStone Health Partners at 970-494-4200. If you are looking for mental health and/or substance use counseling and support, please call Connections at 970-221-5551.

Longview Campus Logo

The name Longview was inspired by the local landscape and proximity to Long View Open Space and Long View trails which are found in this part of the county. By definition, "long view" refers to an approach to a problem or situation that emphasizes long-range factors. Additionally, the name is a metaphor for the journey to mental health and recovery with an eye on the future.

Situated on the northwest corner of Taft Hill Road and Trilby Road, the 40-acre campus will house a variety of behavioral health services. The first of those services, Acute Care, will address a critical gap in available crisis services within the County.  The next building planned at the campus is Adolescent Care - another critical need in our community.

ACUTE CARE: Opening Winter 2023

Longview Acute Care Facility

Acute Care, the first building situated on the Larimer County Behavioral Health Services at Longview Campus, will provide care to individuals in behavioral health crisis. Services within the facility will be provided by SummitStone Health Partners in partnership with UCHealth.

Services Available

SummitStone Health Partners will provide a phased approach to the opening of the Acute Care facility.  Upon opening, they will offer the following services available to the community:

  • Behavioral Health Urgent Care: Available 24/7
  • Care Coordination
  • Substance Use Treatment with Medications
  • Withdrawal Management 
  • Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) 
  • Onsite pharmacy and lab 

Future Phases of Acute Care will be based on community needs.

  • Short-term intensive residential treatment (IRT) - Short-term residential program for clients focused on recovery.
  • Opioid Treatment Program (OTP)
  • Behavioral Health Institute / Center of Excellence for Training and Professional Development
  • Expansion of existing services

Who will it serve?
This facility will serve all Larimer County community members regardless of their ability to pay.

Learn More: SummitStone Health Partners

In the News

Read some of the articles that have been written about this special project.