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AspenPointe CEO elected to national board

AspenPointe CEO elected to national board

AspenPointe’s president and CEO has been elected to the National Council for Behavioral Health’s Board of Directors. The Colorado Springs-based health care system announced in a news release Monday that Dr. Mick Pattinson has joined the board, “which is charged with advancing the National Council’s mission to ensure access to mental health and addiction services.”… Continue Reading AspenPointe CEO elected to national board

AspenPointe a finalist for award, statewide recognition

A Colorado Springs health network is one of three finalists for statewide recognition by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. The committee announced Thursday that mental and behavioral health services provider AspenPointe is one of 15 finalists competing for five different Business for the Arts Awards. AspenPointe is nominated for the Impact Award along… Continue Reading AspenPointe a finalist for award, statewide recognition

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4th Judicial District selected for national project

The 4th Judicial District Court in Colorado Springs has been selected by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges as one of 16 sites around the country to receive training and technical assistance in a juvenile justice project. The School Pathways to the Juvenile Justice System Project is intended to establish models for systemic… Continue Reading 4th Judicial District selected for national project

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AspenPointe is seeking nominations for its annual “Heroes of Mental Health” award, presented during a luncheon Oct. 15 at The Broadmoor hotel’s International Center. The luncheon recognizes someone in our community who champions wellness and spearheads efforts to curb stigma and promote treatments for mental illness, substance abuse, homelessness or joblessness. Nominees should be residents… Continue Reading AspenPointe seeks ‘Hero of Mental Health’

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One on One: Morris Roth

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One on One: Morris Roth

Morris Roth, who has worked at AspenPointe for nearly 42 years, will retire at the end of July. As CEO, he has led AspenPointe, one of the region’s largest — and oldest — nonprofits, which serves those with mental health needs, substance-abuse recovery and employment, and career development. AspenPointe traces its roots to 1875 when… Continue Reading One on One: Morris Roth

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AspenPointe names replacement CEO

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Dr. Mick Pattinson has been hired to replace outgoing president and CEO Morris Roth at AspenPointe, according to the nonprofit group, which provides behavioral and occupational therapy in the Pikes Peak region. Pattinson will take over for Roth, who is retiring in August after more than 40 years at AspenPointe. Roth served as the organization’s… Continue Reading AspenPointe names replacement CEO

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About 600 people raised nearly $20,000 for an AspenPointe fundraising initiative at its annual “Heroes of Mental Health” event last week. The money will be used to construct a geodesic dome, which will  allow the nonprofit’s community garden to operate year round, and provide fresh, local produce for the AspenPointe Café throughout the winter months.… Continue Reading AspenPointe raises money for year-round community garden

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  AspenPointe has activated its crisis services plan and compressed services to three areas: community crisis response, Lighthouse acute services and call center support and urgent screenings.   The move was taken because of the Waldo Canyon fire, which has caused about 32,000 people to evacuate their homes.   AspenPointe has closed its adult services… Continue Reading AspenPointe on crisis service only, due to Waldo Canyon fire

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AspenPointe receives $50,000 grant

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The Caring for Colorado Foundation has awarded low-income medical clinic AspenPointe a $50,000 grant to expand depression care for the uninsured. The program uses professional staff members to support individuals in their efforts to manage depression. The voluntary and confidential telephone line also provides care coordination. Thanks to the grant, between 90 and 120 uninsured… Continue Reading AspenPointe receives $50,000 grant

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Four Colorado Springs organizations will be recognized for their combined health care efforts to treat refugees relocating to Colorado Springs. The Peak Vista Health Centers’ Myron-Stratton Family Health Center, Lutheran Family Services, the El Paso County Department of Health and Environment and AspenPointe all will receive the award from the Colorado Department of Public Health… Continue Reading State health department recognizes Springs refugee program

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