Aspen Hope Center

 
1460 E Valley Rd
Basalt, CO 81621-8411
(970) 279-5083
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Helping individuals with any emotional crisis find a path to wellness
The Aspen Hope Center provides 24 hour crisis service for anyone in an emotional crisis.

Information & Referral?The Aspen Hope Center receives, on average, 24% of its calls from individuals seeking mental health information and/or a referral to a local mental health provider. When a client calls for a referral, the Hope Center clinician makes it a priority to connect them with appropriate mental health practitioners from Aspen to Glenwood Springs.

24-Hour Hopeline?The Aspen Hope Center provides a 24-hour confidential Hopeline (925-5858) to ensure that anyone who calls for help reaches an on-call clinician anytime day or night, seven days per week. Having one place to call makes all the difference and the immediate response ensures the person calling receives the appropriate help in a timely manner.

  • Crisis Intervention and Individual Intensive Outpatient Program (I-IOP).
    Approximately 76% of the individuals who call the Aspen Hope Center are in a state of crisis. In 2014, of the 539 new crisis clients served, 137 required a face-to-face crisis assessment by an on-call clinician. Each person who calls in crisis requires an individualized approach to deal with his/her particular situation. The Aspen Hope Center clinicians conduct an initial clinical assessment over the phone, and often times they arrange for an in-person evaluation. This is when the crisis team becomes 'mobile' and the clinician meets the client at the Aspen Hope Center office or wherever he/she may be when they call. These assessments have taken place in homes or offices, sometimes at local agencies, or at a physician's office or school.

    If an individual evaluated is deemed high risk, he/she may be entered into the Individual Intensive Outpatient Program (I-IOP). This program is an alternative to inpatient hospitalization, where the client may remain in their home with loved ones and friends to support them while receiving specialized, wrap-around services from local practitioners and agencies. During the IOP several different professionals and support people see the client daily until he/she is stabilized and able to move into regular weekly therapy.

    The Aspen Hope Center was formed primarily to serve Pitkin County, yet over time, the services provided have begun to span down valley. Today, approximately 48% of the individuals served are from the mid-valley and lower-valley catchment. Though the Hope Center assists callers with information and referral services when a call is received from outside the valley and even outside the state, the mobile crisis and IOP services are only provided to those in the immediate Roaring Fork Valley area.

    Target Age Group
    The Aspen Hope Center serves individuals of all ages. In four years, the Hope Center has served over 2,000 clients. Of the clients served, approximately 69 percent are female, 31 percent are male. Per a cross-section sample of clients, following are the ages served: 14 and under, 14%; 15-25, 20%; 26-35, 24%; 36-50, 14%; 51-65, 27%; and 66 and Up, 1%.
  • Products and Services

    Addiction Counseling
    Alcoholism Treatment
    Clinical Social Workers
    Depression Counseling
    Grief Counseling
    Mental Health
    Social Services
    Suicide Prevention

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