The mission of the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan is to providethe highest quality of mental health services to persons aged adolescent through adulthood with complex, serious and persistent mental illnesses within the resources available.
The Volunteer Auxiliary at CMHI-Ft. Logan began in 1962 and was designed to assist Ft. Logan in its threefold purpose of:
decreasing the stigma of mental illness
That remains the focus of the program today. The role of the volunteer is not to replace, but to supplement the regular professional staff, freeing them to provide the best care and support services to patients. Our volunteers are very special people who choose to share their time and talents helping others. Each, in his or her own way, helps enhance the quality of patient care, at CMHI-Ft. Logan. Volunteers include retired people, adults and college students.
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