Construction Updates December 2017

Exclusive Video Tour Sneak Peek Pictures Help Us Save Lives Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives is building momentum into the new year with its first

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Give Magazine Features Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives

The Denver Foundation’s Give Magazine highlighted Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives in its Winter 2018 Edition. You can see the full magazine by visiting The

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New Hospital Will Go Solar With Green Gift

The new West Springs Hospital has received the gift of solar energy from a generous donor in Eagle County who would like to remain anonymous.

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Successful Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives Campaign Announcement

Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives, the campaign for Mind Springs Health and West Springs Hospital, celebrated the public phase of their campaign with a kickoff

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Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives Campaign Announced

Everyday people on the western slope and in mountain communities must distressingly wait for space to be treated at West Springs Hospital, the only psychiatric

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Largest-Ever Investment Made by The Colorado Health Access Fund Goes to Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives

Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives, the campaign for Mind Springs Health and West Springs Hospital, proudly announces a $2,000,000 investment from The Colorado Health Access

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Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives Announces Campaign Co-Chairs

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO., August 17, 2017……. A shortage of inpatient psychiatric treatment along the western slope of Colorado regularly leaves up to 20 people waiting

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Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives Announces $250,000 Investment from El Pomar Foundation

The rate of suicide across the western slope and in the mountain communities of Colorado severely surpasses national averages, and the need for psychiatric inpatient

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Pitkin County Donates $50k Toward Expanded Mental Health Facility to Serve Western Slope

Aspen — Pitkin County commissioners last week decided to contribute $50,000 to a regional nonprofit’s efforts to expand the number of psychiatric hospital beds available

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