Programs focused on improving health outcomes for pregnant and postpartum women, and their babies, experiencing SUDs by integrating care needs.
ICWB and IMPACT BH Partners
ICWB Cohort 1 - 2020
Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS) is the clinical program of the Division of Substance Dependence, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado, School of Medicine. ARTS was developed in 1972 by founder, Tom Brewster, in response to burgeoning prevalence rates of alcohol and drug abuse and addiction among the general adolescent and adult populations. Over the last 40 years, ARTS has focused on delivering cost-effective treatment to individuals who have the most severe and chronic substance abuse disorders. Individuals receiving services benefit in many ways, including enhanced employability and productivity, increased family stability, improved social relationships, strengthened parenting skills and healthier children, reduced criminality, and diminished risk of HIV infection and other alcohol and drug-related medical problems.
ARTS is dedicated to improving lives through prevention, education and treatment. To learn more about ARTS achievements, please click here for our Annual Reports
Denver Health understands that women require special care, which is why we offer services for women of all ages.
Whether you are looking for a specialist, care for your family or preparing to welcome a new baby, Denver Health is here to provide the care you need. The Women's Care Clinic is located on the Denver Health Hospital campus on the first floor of Pavilion C for Women and Children.
Focusing on disease prevention and health promotion for women, the Women's Care Clinic provides comprehensive, coordinated care aimed at improving women's health. Caregivers in the clinic include obstetricians, gynecologists, nurse midwives, nurse practitioners, geneticists, genetics counselors, nurses and specialized technicians.
The Women's Care Clinic provides comprehensive and patient-centered obstetrical and gynecological services to women of all ages.
During SLV's 49 year history, they have built their system to ensure the survival and vitality of behavioral health services in the San Luis Valley. They continue to develop new programs and services to increase clinical quality and improve service and efficiency that make a difference in thousands of lives every year.
SLV has worked relentlessly to create a state and regional network with other behavioral health organizations, medical facilities, and community agencies in the San Luis Valley and throughout the state of Colorado to build comprehensive programming and partnerships to provide integrated health service for our clients and community agencies.
Sheridan Health Services, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nurse-managed federally-qualified health center that began in 1995 with providers from the University of Colorado, College of Nursing. They offer a variety of services to encompass all of a patient's needs and strive to provide complete care to individuals with a focus on wellness and disease prevention. Sheridan Health Services, Inc. has two locations serving adults and children. The Sheridan Family Health Clinic and the Sheridan Youth Health Clinic both provide primary care and a comprehensive range of physical, behavioral, oral health, and pharmacy services.
Since 1973, Sunrise has been dedicated to delivering high quality, affordable healthcare to Weld, Larimer, and surrounding counties in northern Colorado. With exceptional providers and convenient locations, they support each patient’s journey to wellness and are committed to our community’s health and well-being.