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Join the Mesa County Clinical Team and be at the forefront of improving our community's response to mental health crises.

At Mesa County Behavioral Health, we are dedicated to revolutionizing how 911 calls involving mental health issues are handled. We believe in providing compassionate and effective care to individuals in need, and we are implementing groundbreaking initiatives to make this vision a reality.

As a member of our Clinical Team, you will play a vital role in transforming the landscape of mental health support. Our mental health navigation hub — Grand Valley Connects — and community-based case management program are just two innovative approaches we are implementing to create a more compassionate and efficient system.

By joining us, you will contribute to our goal of diverting 70% of mental health calls away from law enforcement involvement. We believe in the power of early intervention and the importance of connecting individuals with the right resources at the right time. With your expertise and dedication, we can significantly impact the lives of those experiencing mental health crises.

We understand the value of being on the front lines, making an immediate difference in people's lives. That's why we prioritize fieldwork over desk work. You will be able to work closely with individuals in need, providing them with the support and guidance they require during challenging times.

If you are passionate about improving mental health outcomes, we invite you to apply today to be part of the Mesa County Clinical Team. Together, we will create innovative pathways to access mental health services and bring about lasting change.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to make a meaningful difference. Apply now at and join us on our journey to transform how we respond to mental health crises in Mesa County.

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