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Aurora Mental Health Center Fact Sheet

Founded:

In 1975 by a group of volunteers lead by Ellin Mrachek who were determined to bring mental health services to Aurora, Colorado.

Funded:

501 (c)(3) private, nonprofit organization

Company Profile:

Aurora Mental Health Center is a community mental health organization that provides quality programs and services to people with a wide range of mental health needs.

Geographic Scope:

Primarily serving individuals in Aurora, Colorado and surrounding communities.

Specialty Clinics:

Aurora Mental Health Center provides services in 17 specialty clinics located in eight counseling centers, six residential facilities, public schools, two county departments of human services, in homes and foster homes, and other community locations throughout Aurora.  See map for counseling centers

Services:

Aurora Mental Health Center provides outpatient, day treatment, and acute treatment via individual, family, and group counseling, education, wellness classes, specialized programs, and residential programs.

Figures as of Total Clients Served: 14,000
July 31, 2007 Total Paid Employees: 404
 

Total Board Members: 32

 

For additional information on our figures, download our 2011 Annual Report.

Executive Management Team:

Randy Stith, Ph.D., Executive Director

  George Gielow, Information and Operations Director
  Debbie Grace, Administrative Director
  Michael Kucera, M.S., LMFT, Deputy Director Adult Services
  Leslie Winter , M.D., Medical Director
  Kathie Snell, M.A., LPC, Deputy Director Child and Family Services
  Richard Swanson, Ph.D., J.D., Research & Program Evaluation Director
 

Dan Dawson, Chief Financial Officer

Headquarters: Aurora Mental Health Center
  Viewpoint Plaza Center
 

11059 E. Bethany Drive, Suite 200

  Aurora, Colorado 80014
  P - (303) 617-2300
  F - (303) 617-2397
 

info@aumhc.org

Website:

www.aumhc.org


Interesting Facts:

  • Named Colorado's number one community mental health center in 2006 by the Colorado Division of Mental Health.
  • Member of International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership (IIMHL) to exchange best practices with other world mental health leaders.
  • Oversaw and managed mental health response to the Hurricane Katrina survivors who were evacuated to Colorado.
  • One of the first mental health centers in the country chosen by the federal government to be part of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.
  • Partners with Metro Community Providers Network to serve homeless adults with a serious mental illness.
  • Part of board of directors for the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative.
  • Direct referral, collaborative and contractual arrangements with over 80 agencies.
  • Opened the very first therapeutic school of its kind in Colorado.
  • Pre-doctoral Internship Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association and one of the very best in the country.
  • Primary provider of Medicaid mental health services in Aurora.
  • Provides the widest range of services for children and teenagers in the Rocky Mountain region with more than seven teams focused exclusively on children and their families.
  • Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council has named three of the Center's programs as being the most innovative programs of the year in Colorado: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Development (L.E.A.D.) Program, Latino Family Connection Project, and the Wellness Program.

MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID
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EL CENTRO DE SALUD MENTAL EN AURORA

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT TEAM & CRISIS RESOURCES

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13TH ANNUAL SPRING
BENEFIT LUNCHEON
Monday, May 8, 2017 Click here for more info

Aurora Mental Health Center
11059 East Bethany Drive, #200
Aurora, Colorado 80014 • 303.617.2300

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