We are pleased to announce the 2022 BHS Impact Fund Grant Awards.  This year, BHS is awarding 42 grants to diverse programs serving county residents with a total funding distribution of $2,876,738. Board of County Commissioner approval permits us to surpass the original $2.5M in funding allowing BHS to extend additional financial support to organizations serving Larimer County.

We are honored by the number of grant applications we received and humbled by the impactful work happening across our community. We are pleased to recognize the following grant recipients and their commitment to serving the behavioral health of Larimer County:

2022 Grant Recipients

  • 8th Judicial District Attorney’s Office
  • Abundance Foundation
  • Alliance for Suicide Prevention of Larimer County
  • Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County
  • CASA of Larimer County
  • ChildSafe Colorado
  • Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling
  • Colorado State University College of Health and Human Services
  • Cor Defense
  • Crossroads Safehouse
  • Denver Rescue Mission
  • Early Childhood Council of Larimer County
  • Estes Park School District
  • Estes Valley Fire Protection District
  • Every Child Pediatrics
  • Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
  • Front Range Exceptional Equestrians
  • Harmony Foundation
  • Healing Warriors Program
  • Hearts & Horses
  • Homeward Alliance
  • Housing Catalyst
  • La Cocina
  • Larimer County Criminal Justice Alternatives
  • Larimer County Sheriff’s Office
  • Lyons Fire Protection District
  • Mindset Reps
  • North Colorado Health Alliance
  • Northern Colorado Health Sector Partnership
  • Outreach Fort Collins
  • Partners
  • SAVA Center (Sexual Assault Victim Advocate)
  • Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth of Colorado (SAFY of CO)
  • SummitStone Health Partners
  • The Center for Family Outreach
  • The Family Center/La Familia
  • Thompson School District
  • Turning Point
  • Willow Collective
  • Yarrow Collective

As a part of our annual grant funding, the prestigious 2022 Gary A. Darling Grant is awarded to the 8th Judicial District Attorney’s Office. The funding will support diversion programming and focus on behavioral health for almost 100 criminal justice-involved adults and juveniles with behavioral health, substance use, and/or co-occurring needs in Larimer County. We congratulate the 8th Judicial District Attorney and his staff for their dedication and commitment to behavioral health.

If you have any questions about the Impact Fund Grant Program, please contact Jessica Plummer at [email protected].