Lift the Label Campaign Launch Event

What: The State of Colorado’s new opioid anti-stigma campaign, Lift the Label, aims to remove the damaging labels and stigmas applied to people with opioid addiction that prevent them from seeking treatment. When: Monday, May 14 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m....

Out of the Darkness

http://signalbhn.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Signal_IDU-Outreach-FY1718.mp4 “My son was addicted to opioids. My family felt ashamed and lost.” You’re not alone. Many of us have family or friends who are struggling with an addiction. Together, we...

New Federal Opioid Legislation

Senator Patty Murray, D-Washington, and Senator Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, introduced bipartisan opioid legislation on Tuesday, April 17th called the Opioid Crisis Response Act of 2018 (S. 2680). There are 40 different proposals within this bill to improve the...

Erik Stone Retires

After 20 years at Signal Behavioral Health Network, Erik Stone, Director of Compliance and Quality Assurance, has retired. Erik has been a constant through eras of Signal’s existence. He started very shortly after Signal’s founding and has been here through many...

Arapahoe House Transition Plan

Arapahoe House closed on January 2, 2018. Signal has been asked questions regarding transition plans. Click Here to get the most updated information regarding transition plans. Please call us with any questions: 303-639-9320 Thank you, Signal...

Job Fair for Arapahoe House Staff

On December 29th, Signal and CBHC sponsored a job fair for Arapahoe House staff who were displaced by the organization’s closure. There were 16 behavioral health providers represented at the fair which took place at Community Reach Center. A big thank you to...

OBH Community Forums

The Colorado Office of Behavioral Health will be traveling to diverse areas of the state in September and October to discuss the behavioral health success, needs and opportunities in each community. The goals of these community forums are: Hear from clients, families,...