Behavioral health is an important piece of recovery. Whether recovery is from opioids or alcohol, having a supportive environment is crucial to maintaining sobriety and a healthy path to recovery.

Front Range Clinic is proud to announce the addition of Behavioral Health Services at our Fort Collins and Greeley offices. Since March of 2018, the State of Colorado’s Office of Behavioral Health awarded licensure to these clinics for outpatient behavioral health services. FRC offers group and individual counseling by licensed providers as well as biopsychosocial assessment and ongoing service planning. We have sessions throughout the day to allow clients to attend their medical appointments and their behavioral health appointments on the same day. We also offer evening groups for those who find the later time more convenient.  Not limited to the Fort Collins and Greeley offices, FRC also offers SBIRT services in our Longmont, Aurora, Thornton, Denver, Lakewood, Englewood, and Parker locations. Our case managers work along-side our Front Range Clinic medical providers to serve our clients at the point of care and to be available during all clinic hours. Our case managers provide brief intervention, referrals, follow up appointments, and screening services to encourage ongoing engagement in treatment. Our behavioral health team is fully integrated into our medical clinic to provide the highest level of care available.

Donna Goldstrom, LPC, LAC, Clinical Director

Donna Goldstrom has a Master’s degree in Education from Kent State University received in 1997. Since then she has worked in the counseling and addictions counseling field in both residential and outpatient settings. She has worked as clinical supervisor at the program level as well as the individual level for the last 15 years. Donna has supervised both CAC and LPC positions. She currently holds an LPC and LAC.  

Shane LeMaster, MA, LAC, CMPC, Clinical Supervisor

Shane earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado in Boulder and earned his Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Exercise Psychology from Argosy University. Shane is nationally certified as a Sport Psychology Consultant and a licensed addictions counselor, or LAC in the state of Colorado.

Mary Beth Green, BS, Case Manager

Mary Beth Green joined Front Range Clinic in March 2017. Mary Beth has a Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science from Colorado State University. She has been a high school girls basketball and volleyball coach and worked in the non-profit sector in Larimer County.

Outpatient Services

Addiction care is delivered in a private, respectful environment using a combination of physician visits, individual counseling, and self-help strategies. Medication* is utilized if the client is a good candidate. Office based, individual therapy includes:

  • Evaluation and treatment by physicians or medical providers with board certification for addiction medicine
  • Evidence-based care following best practice standards including ASAM standards
  • Urine/oral toxicology tests (confirmation testing is available and might include additional costs)
  • One-on-one conversation with medical providers in a private room

The patients we serve are our number one priority at Front Range Clinic. We go to great lengths to make our services accessible to everyone seeking help. Front Range Clinic offers:

  • New patient appointments typically less than a week from initial contact
  • Follow-up appointments and continued care
  • Saturday appointments available (currently in Loveland, CO)
  • In-house counseling and case management services (at select locations)

All patient records are kept on a secure electronic medical records (EMR) system that can be reached from any location. Whether you move from Fort Collins to Denver or from Aurora to Parker, records will follow you. This prevents disruption in care which can be integral to continued treatment.

*Medications may include (but is not guaranteed): Suboxone, Buprenorphine, Vivitrol, Naltrexone, Antabuse, or Campral.