How to get involved

Updated: December 2021

Partnerships

BTS partners with: Intervention, Inc., Colorado Crisis Services, Medicaid, local municipal, judicial, and district criminal justice system structures such as probation departments and local county jails. We also partner with local MAT providers, and community mental/physical health centers as needed.


BTS is actively seeking new partnerships with organizations that support mental health, substance abuse, and addictions recovery work. We are looking for partnerships that help grow our business, connect clients with other treatment providers & community resources, and partnerships that support our staff in having a meaningful lifelong career.


New to BTS and just looking to stay connected? Be sure to follow us on Linkedin, Instagram, and Facebook to on-going updates from us. Our social media accounts are connected at the bottom of each page. Give us a follow and like!

If you would like to partner with BTS in some way, please contact our Executive Director, Alyssa Hetschel at info@btxs.org.

Tangible Donations

Our STIRT program is currently seeking pantry non-perishable food items, men's and women's winter coats/hats/gloves (gently used), hygiene kits/supplies, new socks, backpacks, and art supplies (preferably new but will accept gently used). Fill out our Contact Us Card online if you are able donate a tangible good and our staff will reach out to you. 

Monetary Donations

BTS is seeking monetary donations for our client scholarship fund. The client scholarship fund helps make treatment or treatment costs (such as curriculum workbooks) more affordable for clients and reduces economic barriers to effectively participating and engaging in treatment.


BTS participates in Colorado Gives Day every year. While you can give anytime, the best time to give is on Colorado Gives Day (12/7/2021). Click the "Donate" page under Get Involved or follow the link here to schedule your Colorado Gives Day donation. 

 

Come Work for Us!

Would you like to make a difference in helping with addiction recovery and mental health for Coloradans? Click here to see our current position openings. We are always on the search for the best in the mental health world and would love to meet you! We are looking for positive, team-oriented, and collaborative minded professionals. 

Get Help

BTS provides a safe and open environment for individuals to work through trauma, relationship issues, addictions, mental health or criminal justice treatment requirements. To refer yourself (or a client if you are a supervising officer), complete the Contact Us Card

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