The Who, What & Where of SLVBHG
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.
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/