Signal Behavioral Health Network

Signal exists to transform lives and communities by delivering high-quality and innovative professional services to behavioral health providers. These professional services include state and federal substance use disorder (SUD) fund management, clinical auditing and oversight, client data collection and reporting, and advocacy for public policies and funding which is supportive of SUD treatment.

How Signal Works

Signal is responsible for providing a continuum of substance use disorder (SUD) services in three regions on behalf of the State of Colorado. Additionally, Signal seeks to ensure a consistent level of quality and ensure compliance with State and Federal requirements relating to services offered to the geographic areas of Signal’s responsibility.

Signal works with substance use disorder and mental health provider agencies who provide treatment, prevention, and recovery services to individuals and their families across the state of Colorado. Signal partners with the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health, 35 counties, several judicial districts, and other organizations across Colorado to manage the quality of and funding for the continuum of substance use disorder services.

For 20 years, Signal has been the State of Colorado’s largest Managed Services Organization (MSO). Signal has served in this role since 1997, managing and monitoring substance use treatment services in three of the seven regions in the state. Those regions include Denver-Metro, Northeastern, and Southeastern Colorado.

Arapahoe House Transition Plan

Arapahoe House closed on January 2, 2018. Learn more about the transition plans for Arapahoe House’s programs by clicking Latest News below.

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