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Live Well: COVID-19 & Springing Forward

Ideas from local experts on ways to improve your thoughts, along with ways to take care of yourself. Finding hope and balancing expectations.

Live Well: Compassion Fatigue

"Compassion Fatigue" is real, especially during these trying times. Lisa Hassin and Susie Kincade discuss strategies to combat compassion fatigue, and how you can renew your empathy for others.

Live Well: Kindness and Compassion

In this video of the Live Well Series, Teresa Haynes of Your Hope Center, and Kala Bettis of Eagle Valley Behavioral Health, sit down to discuss strategies to enhance your own courage and compassion, while referencing Brene Brown's work in "The Gifts of Imperfection."

Building Resiliency in our Kids

Children are experiencing increased depression and behavioral health issues at an alarming rate. Sharon Raggio, LPC, LMFT, President & CEO of Mind Springs Health & West Springs Hospital talks about building resiliency and self-esteem in our kids.

All Insurance Types Accepted for Behavioral Health Appointments

Whether you have Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance through your employer, or no insurance at all, there are options in Eagle County to enable you and your family to access behavioral health services. Casey Wolfington of Eagle Valley Behavioral Health has the details.

When and how to use Your Hope Center's "Community Stabilization Program"

The Community Stabilization program from Your Hope Center in Eagle County is here for you. Casey Wolfington of Eagle Valley Behavioral Health and Teresa Haynes of Your Hope Center have the details on when and how to use the service. During trying times like these when behavioral health services are in high demand, Your Hope Center is here for our community.

Youth Behavioral Health Beds Crisis

Nationally, there is a crisis in a lack of behavioral health beds available for our youth population. Many end up instead in emergency rooms. Luckily, Eagle Valley Behavioral Health, Vail Health, and other behavioral health partners in Eagle County are working together to provide ample behavioral health beds to our youth. Chris Lindley and Casey Wolfington have the full details.

Logo depicting a tree with the words 'Eagle Valley Behavioral Health'

Vail Health's Eagle Valley Behavioral Health was established to serve as the backbone organization to lead the community collaboration in transforming the Eagle Valley behavioral health system.