Solutions Now

In behavioral health care, you want experienced psychiatrists and therapists who you can trust. Solutions Now is a program at Jefferson Center, the not-for- profit mental health center serving the community since 1958.

 

Most Insurance Plans Accepted

Solutions Now provides services to community members with commercial or private insurance, Medicare members under 60 years of age, and individuals who desire treatment under a full-fee, self-pay arrangement.

Solutions Now contracts with most major insurance providers including: Affinity, Anthem, Aetna, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, CIGNA, Humana, Medicare Advantage, including Colorado Access, Humana Gold, Secure Horizons and more, Rocky Mountain Health Plan, Sloan’s Lake, United Healthcare. We also provide services through many EAP plans.  Call us to find out if your insurance plan is accepted.

 

What is Integrated Care?

 

Jefferson Center has long recognized the connection between mind and body and the importance of treating behavioral and physical health care. Our therapists work with primary care doctors to provide care for the whole person.  Learn more.

It is easy and convenient to access the care you need and deserve.  Schedule your first appointment on your path towards healing, recovery and leading the life you truly want to live.

Solutions Now clients have access to other Jefferson Center resources and services such as Wellness, Navigation, and Blue Spruce Pharmacy.

 

 

 

 

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