The summer solstice marks the shift in seasons and symbolizes a time of change. Transitions like this provide opportunities for growth and change. They can also be significant challenging moments, and the right mindset is important to embrace those transitions.

Mindset refers to a set of beliefs that shape how one makes sense of the world and oneself. 

A growth mindset views challenges as opportunities, reframing thoughts, and allows a focus on the present. It is about engaging in processes that lead to growth, such as trying new strategies, asking for help, and learning from both successes and failures. By fostering a growth mindset, navigating transitions will build greater confidence and lead to success.

Mind Springs Health can help difficult transitions by utilizing outpatient therapy, counseling, or residential services for mental health and substance use disorder. There are resources and treatments available, and we know treatment works. 

 

MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Neva is not only a graduate, but Lead Program Coordinator at the Womens’ Recovery Center. Neva and her lived experiences are one of the unique ways that Mind Springs Health’s care teams bring knowledge and quality work together to save lives. By supporting Mind Springs Foundation, your contribution saves lives like Neva and in turn can help save the lives of countless others.  Mind Springs Health does not turn anyone away who wants help and can’t afford help. Please make a difference by donating today!*

*A $100 or larger donation to the Glenwood Springs Withdrawal Management Program or Women’s Recovery Center qualifies you to receive an Enterprise Zone Credit.
What is an Enterprise Zone Credit?
Enterprise Zones exist to encourage private involvement and investment in economically distressed areas. The state of Colorado allows you to take a 25% tax credit on your state income taxes when you donate to the Glenwood Springs Withdrawal Management Program or the Women’s Recovery Center. Designate either fund when donating and provide your tax identification number when prompted (generally this is the last 4 digits of your social security number).

 

MEDICALLY MANAGED WITHDRAWAL TREATMENT CENTER IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS

 

 

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New vehicle for secure transportation service between facilities launching soon. Date: TBD.

 

MIND SPRINGS IN THE COMMUNITY

ASPEN’S SCREENING

‘WE CAN BE HEROS’

“We Can Be Heros” is a documentary following Taylor Duerr, 14th ranked cruiser-weight boxer in the world, who struggles with addiction.

Mind Springs Program Director Megan Verros participated in a panel discussion about addiction and mental health before the screening. Panelists included Jarid Rollins, MidValley Family Practice, Director of Behavioral Health, Taylor Duerr, Documentary Director Mike Ramsdell and PACT Co-Responder and Law Enforcement Officer Braulio Jerez.