As the designated Managed Service Organization (MSO) for Colorado’s Western Slope, West Slope Casa has a long history of improving the lives of those affected by alcohol and drug abuse in western Colorado.
Current Requests for Proposals (RFPs)
West Slope Casa contracts with the state of Colorado’s Office of Behavioral Health to partially fund and provide specialized substance abuse services to vulnerable populations.
Priority populations include:
- Pregnant Women
- Intravenous Drug Users
- Women with Dependent Children
West Slope Casa’s provider network provides trauma informed, evidence-based, culturally-sensitive response, affordable behavioral health treatment. West Slope Casa works to remove barriers, and establishes linkage within the community for adjunct support services.
Grants and Legislative Funding Managed by West Slope Casa
In addition to receiving Federal and State funds directed towards specifically towards treatment, West Slope Casa manages several Federal and State grants and other funds created by the Colorado legislature. Chief among them are: