Who we are. What’s available & Where we live.

Why work at the SLV Behavioral Health Group?

Competitive salaries, full benefits (Health, Dental, Vision, Life, 401K match, plus much more), tuition reimbursement, supportive professional development… you name it, we probably offer it. But that’s not what makes SLVBHG unique. It’s the people, the atmosphere, the working environment, the relationships, and the community.

As the leader of behavioral health services and programs throughout the area, our organization has built a reputation for success that is more than 40 years in the making. Whether you’re interested in working with people, policies, or programs, the San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group warmly welcomes individuals with a wide variety of professional skills, interests, and experience. Our mental health and substance abuse treatment services span crisis intervention, child and family services, education and training, domestic violence and substance abuse services, veteran resources, housing services, and homeless outreach initiatives, prevention programming, and more.



San Luis Valley Behavioral Health’s Vision is, “To improve the quality of life for the residents of the San Luis Valley.” 

Our mission is: “To provide access to quality behavioral health services that enrich lives and promote wellness.  We are driven by a profound respect for human dignity and a desire to serve the underrepresented, the disenfranchised, and those who experience behavioral distress.

As a Behavioral Health Organization, we recognize that our employees are our most important asset, and our principal source of competitive advantage.  We strive to attract, retain, and engage a highly qualified and proficient workforce to achieve our objectives.  

Our base pay program varies from one job group to another based on education required, duties performed, experience required and other relevant factors of the job description.  We strive to keep our wages competitive and in-line with similar positions around the state.  

SLVBHG provides a comprehensive package that addresses our employees’ health and welfare and retirement needs as well.  We provide a robust benefits package available to all employees that work 30 or more hours per week.  All benefits are contributory in nature and designed in a very flexible manner to enable employees to select those most consistent with their needs and circumstances.  

Matching contributions by SLVBHG to our 401(k) Plan are available to those meeting the required working hours and eligible employees are 100% vested in the plan upon entry.   SLVBHG matching begins once an eligible employee has been with the organization for 6 months.  

Where Is The San Luis Valley

The San Luis Valley (SLV) is located in South Central Colorado and spans an area roughly 8000 Square miles (approximately the size of Connecticut.) The valley is surrounded by majestic mountains that preserves its historic roots as they isolate the valley from the rest of the world. The mountain also affects the weather patterns. Sheltering the valley from much of the unwanted weather. SLV is famous for have over 350 days of sun a year.

Sandhill Crane Migration

Sandhill cranes are an iconic species of the San Luis Valley – majestic, large, and wild. One of 250 bird species found in Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, they are a delightful part of the area’s natural diversity.

In fall, they begin to arrive back in the San Luis Valley in late September, and leave by late November.

Amazing trails, camping and fishing

Alamosa and the surrounding San Luis Valley together offer visitors an array of things to see and do from railroad excursions to scenic hiking, or even a dip in a hot springs pool.

There is so much to do here! Swim, walk, fish, hunt, bird watch, camp, golf, bike, hike, boat, or just laze under the cool sunshine. Select an adventure below to explore the possibilities.

For more information visit https://slvgo.com/ or https://www.alamosa.org/

Cigna Machine Readable Files


This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.