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Eagle Valley Behavioral Health

Imagine a day when we spend as much time, effort, and resources on our behavioral health as we do our physical health. In two years, we've increased capacity and access to behavioral health care, addressed crisis response, and created Hispanic programs. Help us transform behavioral health care.

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General Information

General
Official Name
Eagle Valley Behavioral Health​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
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Former Name(s)
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Acronym
EVBH
Date Established
2019
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
None
Tax ID
83-4327406
Addresses
Headquarters Address
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Mailing Address
PO Box 1529
Vail, CO 81658
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Phone/Fax
Main Phone Number
970-569-7766
Voice Calls Only
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Web/Email
Email
foundation@vailhealth.org
Website
eaglevalleybh.org
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Mission Statement

To lead community collaboration to transform the Eagle Valley's behavioral health system.

Organization History

The dramatic increase in local suicides in 2016, 2017, and 2018, was a wake-up call for our close-knit mountain community. Something had to be done. Collaboration among community leaders prompted a study by Colorado Government Solutions that identified 20 gaps in our system, including our crisis response, lack of providers, barriers such as insurance coverage, and most of all, the need for infrastructure and systems. Eagle Valley Behavioral Health was formed to address these issues by providing leadership and collaboration for the community.

Testimonials

"Imagine a system where my daughter Olivia could have asked for help and we could have afforded it. " - Vickie Zacher

I didn't understand what generalized anxiety disorder and major depressive disorder meant from 17 to 37," she shares. "Getting out of treatment, I had a better understanding of my brain. I had a better understanding of the fact that it wasn't my fault. It was my chemistry. It's a disease, and I can live with it." - Amanda Precourt

Finn says he began struggling with his mental health the moment he was diagnosed with cancer. "I pretty much became depressed on the spot, and didn't want to fight for my life anymore," he says. "I didn't want to go through this. I didn't see the light at the end of the tunnel. That was very hard to overcome." - Finn Mott

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