Find answers to frequently asked questions about HealthInfoSource.com.
The short answer is “no.” You won’t need to create an account to simply view listings or read articles on HealthInfoSource. But creating an account will allow you to use features such as saving favorites and sharing that are not otherwise available to you.
There are different account types based on your role in the community.
If you’re a community member who wants to find a behavioral health provider or browse the health guides and other information on the site, and you don’t need to save favorites and don’t want to receive periodic newsletters from us, you won’t even need to create an account.
However, if you want to save favorites or send a list of favorites to someone else, or you’d like to participate in a focus group or hear the latest news through periodic newsletters, please create a community member account.
Behavioral health professionals and organizations
If you’re a provider who offers services for clients in Larimer County and you’d like to create a profile and list your practice on the site, you’ll want to create a provider account. This account is also appropriate for multi-provider organizations. Your practice or agency will be listed on the site, and users will be able to search and find information about your practice. You’ll also be able to search the site or browse articles and save favorites, sign up to receive our professional announcements newsletter, post classes or support groups, and submit articles.
If you have dual roles, perhaps as a provider in private practice as well as a care coordinator, sign up for a provider account and we can accommodate both roles.
If you’re a care coordinator at an agency and have clients in northern Colorado or the surrounding area, sign up for a care coordinator account. You’ll be able to search and save favorites, send favorites lists to others, share secure notes with your colleagues, and contribute to professional announcements about upcoming trainings, office space available, and more.
If you have questions, we’re here to help. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HealthInfoSource.com is a resource for Larimer County, Colorado to help the community find information on local mental health and substance use providers, services, and resources.
HealthInfoSource has listings of behavioral health providers, organizations, support groups, and classes to help you find services that best meet your needs. You’ll also find health guides and blog articles that will answer some of your questions and help you make good decisions about mental health and/or substance use care.
We strive to have comprehensive information about behavioral health providers in Larimer County, and we ask providers to help us keep their profiles up to date. We also include a limited number of facilities outside of the county that provide behavioral health services to county residents or that provide services not available here.
Please keep in mind that HealthInfoSource.com is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. Information on this site should never substitute for advice from your healthcare provider.
Getting your organization or practice listed on HealthInfoSource is free and easy! Behavioral health providers in Larimer County, and organizations located outside of the county that provide behavioral health services to county residents, are welcome to create a profile and list their services. Individual providers participating in the site should have a master’s degree, have current national certification and/or current State of Colorado licensure, if required, and be listed with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.
Getting your practice or organization listed
We’re working to make HealthInfoSource.com a comprehensive resource where the community can find accurate, local behavioral health information. If you’re a mental health or substance use provider or organization in Larimer County, we’d love to have you list your practice and services on the website, along with any classes or support groups you offer. Provider profiles are free to list on HealthInfoSource.com, and the site is free for professionals and the public to use. The information that you and your colleagues provide will help community members find a great match when they need behavioral health care. And you’ll be able to easily find resources in the community to help your clients.
To start a provider profile
If you’re a provider or an agency offering mental health or substance use services to clients, please create a provider account. When you create your account, you'll be able to sign up to receive professional announcements from your colleagues or participate in periodic focus groups. Once you have an account, you’ll be able to log in and create a profile for your practice or organization. Your profile will include a photo of yourself or your organization's logo, information about your areas of specialty, treatment approaches, how clients can contact you, any special populations or age groups that you work with, along with other information. You can also upload a few photos of your office setting. If anything about your practice changes, you’ll be able to log in later and update your profile.
You can also log in to your account and submit information about classes and support groups to be listed on the site, submit announcements to share with your colleagues, and much more. We’re here to help, so if you have any questions, email us at email@example.com.
Additional information about getting your practice or organization listed
- Providers and organizations should have practices located in Larimer County, Colorado. Exceptions may apply for organizations outside of Larimer County that provide behavioral health services to Larimer County residents.
- Individual providers should have a master’s degree, have current national certification and/or current State of Colorado licensure, if required, and be listed with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies. Once listed, however, providers known to have suspended, revoked, or lapsed licenses or certification will have their profiles removed from the site.
- Providers who have been denied inclusion based on a lack of certification and/or licensure, or lapsed, revoked, or suspended certification and/or licensure may be included once proper certification and/or licensure is granted.
- We appreciate your help to keep the information on this site as accurate and up to date as possible. Please review and update your profile information on a regular basis.
- All information submitted to HealthInfoSource.com will be reviewed for completeness and appropriateness, and may be edited by project staff, prior to posting to the website.
Once you’ve signed up for a provider account, you can log in and submit information about community classes and support/therapy groups from your dashboard.
Please note that classes, support groups, therapy groups, and events listed on this website should be mental health and/or substance use-related and open to the public without membership requirements. A class or event may require a fee, which should be stated in the listing.
For workshops and supervision/consultation groups intended for a professional audience, providers are encouraged to log in and submit information on the professional announcements page.
If you’ve written an article on a behavioral health topic, or you’ve come across an article that you’d like to share with others in the community, we welcome your input. Topics could include anything from ADHD to pain management, medication-assisted treatment to grief and loss, EMDR to working with older adults. The article could be written for the general public or for other professionals.
The easiest way to submit a blog article is simply to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with an attached Word doc, or a link to the article if it’s online, and we can review your submission and post it for you.
Otherwise, if you’re a provider or a care coordinator who has written an article, log in to your account, and from your dashboard click the tile to Submit an article. On the page that appears, fill in the field for the title of the article. Click the box that you are the author of the article. If you’d like, attach your logo, or include another image that you have permission to use. If you don’t have a photo, we can add one of the stock photos we’ve purchased for this purpose. Type the main body text into the box, and feel free to include a short paragraph about your practice and specialties. Choose the button for Blog, and then Submit as a Draft.
Our staff will review the information and get back to you with any questions.