Counseling – Combat Veterans
THIS IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL THERAPY. Instead of an office, we offer the great outdoors and a beautiful setting in the foothills. Instead of a couch, there’s red dirt and sunshine. Instead of being asked to share thoughts and feelings, we promote interactions with horses. Sound a little odd? We know; we thought so too……at first……until we saw the hope and healing that takes place at Stillwater Ranch.
Our team is comprised of a mental health specialist, an equine specialist, and our equine buddies. This is an experiential form of psychotherapy where clients are involved in hands-on experiences with the horses designed to reflect things going on in their lives. The model works due to the horses’ nature as social and prey animals. They have an extraordinary ability to read nonverbal communication. They mirror and respond to the messages they pick up from the people around them. They teach us important life lessons along the way as they are non-judgmental, live in the moment, are excellent communicators, and unconditionally accept us as we are right now.
Please call or email us to find out more or to set an appointment. We offer Ranch Tours so guests can come out to meet us, meet the herd, and learn more about who we are and what we do.
Our sessions are always FREE so there’s no risk in giving it a try. And who knows, you just might find a bit of hope with the help of a horse or two.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!
Mobile Vet Center Program
Community Vet Center offices stand ready to serve any Veteran or Active Duty service members, including family members, to include members of the National Guard and Reserve components, who have served in any combat theater or area of hostility. Vet Centers also provide counseling for those who were victims of Military Sexual Trauma, or harassment. Bereavement counseling is available to eligible family members who lost a loved one while serving on Active Duty.
Scheduling a Mobile Vet Center
To have a MVC and Vet Center staff participate in upcoming events where Veterans, Service
members, and their families are expected to be in attendance please call us:
During Work Day – 303-440-7306
During Work Day – 970-221-5176
Fort Collins, CO
Veteran, spouse and family counseling, one-on-one and group sessions available.
Available in the Loveland and Fort Collins clinics too.
Joyce Graham,MS, LPC
Joyce worked on active duty bases with families, couples, individuals and extended families for over 7 years in both in Europe and in the US. She brings a commitment to serve and help guide her clients to a happier life. As a generalist she has helped in many different cultures and settings for over 30 years. She is a Tricare provider and works with several other insurance companies. Her offices are located in Ft Collins and Greeley.
LIV Health brings every element of counseling and case management directly to the patient, right in the patient’s own home, nursing facility, or assisted living facility. Our caring, compassionate staff operates under a “patient first” mindset, working one-on-one to develop, then build upon, a solid relationship of trust, security and peace of mind.
We understand how intimidating it can be to look at a towering stack of paperwork and wonder, “Where do I even start?” We’ve been navigating the system long enough to know exactly where to start and how to use our knowledge and resources to arrive at the best outcome for you! We can help with: Medicaid, Medicare, Disability, Social Security, VA Benefits, Aid and Attendance, Enrollment, DIC & Spousal Benefits, Connecting with Resources, Behavioral Health Services and so much more.
No office visits. No long and tedious intake process. Just you and your personal counselor, sitting down together in the comfort and convenience of your home, nursing facility, or assisted living facility. We’ll work one-on-one to establish a plan for continued counseling that best fits your specific needs and schedule.
415 W. 27th Street, Cheyenne, WY 82001
Mailing Address: PO Box 20092, Cheyenne, WY 82003
Mailing Address: 1281 Magnolia Street, D#123 , Fort Collins, CO 80524
Veteran’s Crisis Line is 800-273-8255 and press 1 or Text HELP to 838255
Colorado Crisis Line is 866-493-8255 or Text HELP to 38255
North Range Behavioral Health provides compassionate, comprehensive mental health and addiction services to children, youth, adults, veterans, and families in Weld County, across a wide spectrum of needs. We serve Weld County Veterans with VA Care in the Community or those who prefer to pay out-of-pocket.
We integrate clinical expertise, research, and the values and culture of our customers in our treatment and care. Our approaches are trauma-informed and based on customer strengths and goals as well as on proven, evidence-based strategies.
Helping thousands of individuals each year, our well-trained, culturally sensitive, and diverse staff includes clinicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, vocational specialists, nurses, peer counselors, paraprofessionals, and administrative specialists. Most of our services can also be provided in Spanish by bilingual behavioral health professionals.
Operation Equine and Mount Moriah Stables serve the needs of military service members, veterans, their families, and supporters of the SMVF community.
We provide Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning (EAP/L) through licensed and certified professionals, along with our herd of horses. We support those working through the challenges of service as they create their New Normal in civilian life. We offer a professional, experienced, and effective approach to mental health and the unique issues facing military and veteran families.
Operation Equine is located in a peaceful, confidential setting that is ideal for those working through both physical and emotional trauma.
We provide a free, half-hour, initial consultation. For more information or to set an appointment, please email or call us.
In Downtown Longmont, I am a mental health and substance abuse counselor providing individual, family, and couples counseling. I have a special interest in supporting women, spouses, and families of veterans and utilize trauma-informed and mindfulness based practices.
United States Department of Veteran Affairs
Cheyenne VA Health Care System
Cheyenne Main Number 307-778-7550
Ft. Collins Main Number 970-224-1550
Loveland Main Number 970-962-4900
Rawlins Main Number 307-324-5578
Sidney Main Number 308-254-6085
Sterling, Laramie, Wheatland, Torrington Main Number 888-483-9127 ext. 3816
Speed Dial Phone Tree Key
Pharmacy Press 1
Appointments Press 2
Nurse Triage Press 3
Enrollment Eligibility Press 4
Billing Questions Press 5, then Press 1
Care in the Community Press 5, then Press 2
Patient Advocate Press 0, then Press 1
Veteran or family member in crisis Press 7
Operator Press 0, then Press 0
VA Chaplain Services 307-778-7377
VA Voluntary Services (Volunteer or Donate) 307-778-7317
Veteran Transportation Service 307-433-3735; 307-432-3804; 970-310-1200
Transition Care Management (OEF / OIF / OND)—307-778-7550 ext.7068;
Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Press 1
My HealtheVet—307-778-7550 ext. 7119 or www.myhealth.va.gov