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Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

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Mile High Behavioral Healthcare is a substance abuse organization based in Aurora, CO that was founded in 1960. As of 2019 they had $4.7 million in revenue and $2.0 million in assets.

To provide education and other services to prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. To provide a caring, seamless continuum of behavioral healthcare to those in need.

Previous legal names or variations of their name include: Mile High Council On Alcoholism And Drug Abuse; and Mile High Council On Alcoholi Mile High Behavioral Healthcar.

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Program areas at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

Behavioral Health Services: With the mission to provide a seamless continuum of behavioral health services, Mile High Behavioral Healthcare (MHBHC) is a dually licensed mental health and substance abuse treatment provider. Programs include co-occurring treatment for homeless youth and young adults, men, women, LGBTQI populations, re-entry through prevention, intervention, and education. This includes IOP programs, Sobriety Monitoring, Case Management and Peer Supports, recovery supports, aftercare DUI, and other related services. All services are trauma-informed.

Re-entry services: Mile High Behavioral Healthcare provides essential substance use disorder and mental health services to offender/ex-offender populations re-entering society. Services also include case management-such as connecting to housing options or employment, both which can be difficult for those experiencing stigma due to a past criminal record. Staff also attend Denver Drug Court, Fit Court, Arapahoe County Wellness Court, and Aurora Wellness Court. MHBHC acts as a sobriety monitoring site for numerous probation/parole departments.

LGBTQ Services: Using a harm reduction model, Mile High Behavioral Healthcare specializes in HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and intervention through programs primarily geared toward gay and bisexual men. Known as the Denver ELEMENT, this division of programs works with men of all ages through best practice models in order to support healthier lifestyle choices, build community, and reduce risk. Denver ELEMENT also connects this population to primary and behavioral healthcare services.

Form 990s for Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Nov 22, 2019990View PDF
2017-12Oct 16, 2018990View PDF
2016-12Dec 1, 2017990View PDF
2015-12Jan 12, 2017990View PDF
2014-12Jan 21, 2016990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

Total grants, contributions, etc.$2,699,162
Program services$2,088,890
Investment income and dividends$1,464
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$4,789,516

Vendors for Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
EventBriteFundraising software2020-09-05
███████████Content management system software2020-09-05
█████████ ██████ ███ █████ ██Tax accounting; Audit accounting2019-09-26
█████ █████ ███It Consulting Services$112,6272018-12-01
██████ ███ ██████████ ██Tax accounting2014-12-29

Personnel at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Robert DorshimerChief Executive Officer$83,280Nov. 22, 2019
Amy HendersonChief Financial Officer$35,923Aug. 9, 2019
███ █████Vice President$0Dec. 31, 2018
██████ █████████Treasurer$0Dec. 31, 2018
█████ ███████Dir of Programs and Operations$32,970Dec. 31, 2018
███ █████████President$0Dec. 31, 2018
███████████ ███████Secretary$0Dec. 31, 2018
███ ███████Past Treasurer$0Dec. 31, 2016
█ █████████Past Executive Director$108,315Dec. 31, 2014
...and one more key personnel

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