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FRONTIER HOUSE 2013 Thanksgiving Video

thanksgiving video

We had 90 people at the free Thanksgiving meal. Thanks to our donations and those who participated.


Thanks to our successful ASK Breakfast at Greeley Country Club. We raised over $5,500. Thank you!


Greeley’s Frontier House clubhouse hosts Colorado First Lady

Colorado First Lady Jeannie Ritter traveled to northern Colorado Wednesday to review behavioral health and mental health services available to residents, and a clubhouse on 8th Avenue in Greeley was one of her stops.As part of a day-long outreach trip, Ritter visited Greeley’s Frontier House clubhouse, a work-ordered day program that provides community support and job training to people with mental or emotional illnesses.”The idea of a clubhouse was a hard concept for me to grasp until I visited,” said Ritter.


Frontier House in Greeley now tobacco free

The Frontier House in Greeley is now a tobacco-free campus. Frontier House, a program of North Range Behavioral Health, helps people with job placement assistance, find safe and affordable housing, improve their educational level and provide socializing in a clubhouse environment. “Research shows 44 percent of cigarettes in America are consumed by individuals who have mental illness or substance abuse disorders,” said Renee Schell