Vail Health Behavioral Health does not want finances to prevent anyone from receiving the behavioral health services they want or need. We partner with a variety of organizations to ease financial constraints. Some organizations help with everyday expenses or unexpected medical bills, while others can offer financial assistance to pay for behavioral health services. Explore the options below for more information.

Olivia’s Fund will provide financial assistance to anyone who lives or works in Eagle County to help pay for mental health and/or substance use services for up to six sessions per person per year. This Fund will cover anyone in need of behavioral health services, regardless of insurance or immigration status. To apply for assistance, please visit and complete the Olivia’s Fund patient application in English or Spanish.

Do you have Medicaid?

Vail Health Behavioral Health accepts Medicaid as a health insurance option. Medicaid covers all costs associated with behavioral health services, including outpatient therapy, psychiatry and medication assisted treatment for alcohol and other substances. If you have Medicaid and need behavioral health services, schedule your appointment by calling (970) 455-2489. If you don’t have Medicaid, but would like to see if you could qualify, reach out to our community outreach specialists to schedule an enrollment appointment.


Medicaid & Other Insurance Enrollment Programs

Don't have insurance or need help getting it?
The Vail Health Community Outreach Team will work with you for Medicaid screening and enrollment. They will help you from application start to finish! If Medicaid is not available, the Community Outreach Specialists can assist connecting you with other insurance options. The Community Outreach Specialists provide bilingual services to anyone in our valley regardless of documentation status. To get started please call us at (970) 422-3039.

Frequently Asked Questions:  Spanish & English
OTHER FINANCIAL RESOURCES:                     
A Way Out
A Way Out supports, empowers, and educates the most vulnerable and at-risk individuals in Western Colorado to live healthy, happy and whole lives free from alcohol and drug addiction.

Bright Future Foundation   
Bright Future Foundation empowers families and individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. As Eagle County’s only community-based domestic violence and sexual assault agency, Bright Future Foundation serves clients with prevention, crisis intervention, advocacy, and long-term healing services.

Eagle County Health & Human Services
The Division of Health & Human Services provides income, nutrition and support services to those in need through federal, state and county funded programs.  

Swift Eagle
Swift Eagle gives grants for personal and living expenses to people in crisis or hardship situations (people affected by COVID-19 may fall under this criteria). Applicants must be Eagle County residents for a minimum of one year to qualify for a grant. A person may receive only one grant. To apply, please visit Swift Eagle Charitable Fund, and follow the instructions. 

Vail Valley Charitable Fund
Vail Valley Charitable Fund (VVCF) provides financial assistance to those suffering from a medical crisis or long-term illness. To apply, please visit the VVCF website and follow the instructions.

Vail Valley Salvation Army
Vail Valley Salvation Army provides emergency financial assistance and a local food pantry. Contact (970) 748-0704 for more information. 
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.