625 West Platte Ave
Fort Morgan, Colorado 80701
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
And by appointment
Adults with severe and persistent mental illness
Adult Day Treatment Services
Skill Development for Daily Living
Co-occurring disorders of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Co-occurring disorders of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
Services are provided in the following settings
Meet the Community Support Staff
|Amy Anderson, BA
Mental Health Worker
Amy began working with Centennial in 2012. Amy works as a Case Manager for the Community Support Program, helping individuals work towards recovery and live independently in the community. She is also the Engagement Specialist for Morgan County, working to increase client motivation and engagement in treatment services. Amy has previous work experience in detox and acute care facilities, as an outpatient case manager and in facilitating psycho-educational groups.
Amy is a native to Aurora, CO, before pursuing her undergraduate degree in Greeley, CO. Amy plans to obtain a Master's degree in Counseling in the future.
||Brenda Carlsen, BA
Mental Health Professional
In the Mental Health field since 1989
Treatment expertise includes: Case Management and Group Therapy.
Issues of expertise include: Depression, Anxiety, Severe and Persistent Mental Illness, Personality Disorders.
Additional Languages; Spanish
I started working at CMHC in 1989 with the CSP program, working with severely and persistently mentally ill adults. When I first started I was doing primarily case management. I am now involved in 6 skills training or therapy groups per week and do some individual therapy also.
I am on the QI team and have been involved with the cultural etiquette team. I am also on the emergency services rotation and generally am on call for emergencies about 3 or 4 days a month.
I have been through the QMAP training for medication management. I continue to provide case management services to my clients as well and assist them with accessing resources in the community, managing benefits, dealing with medication issues, and getting through crisis situations.