Welcome to Teletherapy

Mental health matters and that’s why Tri-County Health Network (TCHNetwork) offers teletherapy services to our community members. Teletherapy is the delivery of therapy through a secure, live video connection over the internet – think Skype with a therapist. Teletherapy can take place in the comfort of your own home or through one of our designated site facilities, or enrolled schools. Teletherapy is free for students and staff at participating schools. If you are over the age of 50, the first 6 sessions are free thanks to a grant from the NextFifty Initiative. For all other community members scholarships for teletherapy are currently available thanks to generous donations from community members through Colorado Gives – you can access services for free while donations last!

How To Get Started

Complete intake forms online today! You will need to complete the following forms: 

Release of Information 

  • Authorizes any persons, as signed by client, to be (a) contact(s) for the teletherapist, and allows the teletherapist to communicate client information whenever it’s appropriate to do so (HIPAA rules & regulations apply)  

Disclosure Statement

  • Explains the rights as a teletherapy client, which includes:  
    • The right to amend or withhold information in their record(s) 
    •  The right to discuss treatment options, including alternatives to Teletherapy  
    • The right to include formal complaints regarding Teletherapy policies and procedures 
    •  The right to obtain a ‘second opinion’ from another licensed health professional   
    • The right to obtain information about the teletherapist (e.g., licensure, experience, training, etc.)
  • Explains the information security risks of the program  
  • Explains when it is lawful for the teletherapist to breach client confidentiality for mandatory reporting reasons 

Notice of Privacy Policy

  • Explains how medical information may be used and disclosed, as well as how a client can get access to that information, and follow the privacy practices listed in the document  
  • Explains our responsibility to secure a client’s medical information 
  • Provides a notice about our privacy practices  

Intake Form 

  • Allows the client to suggest best day(s)/time(s) to schedule appointments  
  • Provides therapist preference if applicable  
  • Describes current situation  
  • Asks general client information 

When all forms are received, you will be contacted to schedule your first appointment. 

Or contact us to sign up for services: info@tchnetwork.org or 970-708-7096 

Our Mission

Making professional counseling accessible, affordable, convenient – so anyone who is experiencing life’s challenges can get help, anytime, anywhere.

Our goal

For you to be and feel cared for. You will be matched with a highly trained counselor who is the right fit for your needs. Together you will set goals based on your situation. You will work in counseling to process emotions and move towards your goals all while gaining life skills for positive outcomes.

Our Counselors

TCHNetwork offers access to Colorado licensed, trained, experienced, and accredited clinical social workers (LCSW and MCSW) and board licensed professional counselors (LPC).

Charles Mayer-Twomey
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Masters Degree in Social Work with a specialization in Community Mental Health (MSW), Colorado License Number: 09924139, California License Number: 29373 Charles Mayer-Twomey, LCSW– Charlie is a licensed clinical social worker and board certified with the State of Colorado and the State of California. He has worked with children, adolescents and families for over 15 years. Charlie earned his master’s degree in Social Work from California State University East Bay in Hayward, California. He completed a two year post graduate training program at OMI Family Center; a behavioral health outpatient clinic working with children and adults in San Francisco. Charlie is a results-focused and confident therapist who uses an eclectic style of modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, play-based therapy, trauma-focused therapies, motivational interviewing and other evidenced-based techniques. Charlie has extensive experience working with people with various challenges including trauma and grief, inattention and hyperactivity, substance use, anxiety, depression, identity issues, behavioral problems and many more. Charlie enjoys snowboarding, hiking, biking and spending time with his family.
Dolores Montanez
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Masters Degree in Social Work (MSW), Colorado License Number: 09925078 Dolores I. Montañez, LCSW has a Master’s degree from the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration and Bachelor’s degree from University of Illinois Jane Adams School of Social Work. She utilizes several evidenced base treatment methodologies.  As a Bilingual/ Bicultural Clinician, she focuses on values and beliefs that individuals and families maintain as their strengths.  Cognitive behavioral, Family systems, and solution-focused therapies are utilized with adults and families facing history of trauma, or mental illnesses such as Mood disorders and Anxieties.  Stress management, evidenced based coping strategy, and psychoeducation methods are implemented while treating individuals experiencing life difficult transitions.   She is highly qualified bilingual clinician conducting Forensic Mental health assessments for immigration case purposes.
Deborah Westervelt
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW )
Master of Social Work (MSW), Colorado License Number: 09923195 Deborah is a licensed clinical social worker. She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. She earned her master’s degree in social work from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Deborah completed a two- year post graduate program in Marriage and Family Therapy through the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry and Mental Health Sciences. Deborah is trained in a number of evidence based cognitive behavioral therapies to include DBT, a therapy that especially helps with emotional regulation and skill building. For over 20 years, she has worked with clients of all ages and from many different cultural backgrounds who present with a variety of life’s concerns and challenges. Deborah believes all people have strengths and abilities they can access to work toward creative problem-solving.
Jessica Jimenez
Licensed Social Worker (LSW)
Jessica graduated from Columbia University School of Social Work with her Masters in Social Work with a concentration in Advanced Clinical Practice and Health/Mental Health and Disabilities as her field of practice. Her style is eclectic, humanistic, and relational, and driven by a psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral therapeutic, and a dialectical behavioral informed lens. She has experience working with diverse client populations, including working with individuals at an assisted-living home/residential senior housing facility in New York City where she provided supportive counseling with residents experiencing ongoing loss and aging-related transitions, isolation and loneliness, enhanced needs–such as chronic homelessness, previous struggles with addiction or polysubstance use or abuse, mental illness, physical decline or illness, loss of independence, and trauma. She has also worked as a Case Manager supporting children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities—and their families, as they navigated Medicaid waivers and services, advocating for clients, and focusing on a strengths-based approach.

Accessing Services

You can receive teletherapy in the comfort of your own home or one of the following designated site facilities: Wilkinson Public Library, Tri-County Health Network, Lone Cone Library, West End Economic Development Center (WEEDC), or Ouray Public Health Department. Teletherapy is also available at the following schools: Telluride Intermediate and High School, Telluride Mountain School, Norwood Public Schools, Cedaredge High School, Naturita Elementary School, Nucla Middle School, Nucla High School, Paradox Charter School, Ouray School, and Ridgway Elementary and High School .

Crisis Resources

  • Emergency: 911

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1- 800-799-7233
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • National Network: 1-800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433)
  • Crisis Text Line: Text “DESERVE” TO 741-741
  • Lifeline Crisis Chat (Online live messaging):https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/
  • Self-Harm Hotline: 1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288)
  • Family Violence Helpline: 1-800-996-6228
  • Planned Parenthood Hotline: 1-800-230-PLAN (7526)
  • American Association of Poison Control Centers: 1-800-222-1222
  • National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependency Hope Line: 1-800-622-2255
  • National Crisis Line – Anorexia and Bulimia: 1-800-233-4357
  • GLBT Hotline: 1-888-843-4564TREVOR Crisis Hotline: 1-866-488-7386
  • AIDS Crisis Line: 1-800-221-7044
  • Veterans Crisis Line: https://www.veteranscrisisline.netTransLifeline: https://www.translifeline.org – 877-565-8860
  • Suicide Prevention Wiki: http://suicideprevention.wikia.com
  • Who to Contact 

    For more information regarding teletherapy services and scheduling please reach out to the follow contacts: 

    TCHNetwork Main Office 970.708. 7096 or Email: info@tchnetwork.org 

    Julia Johnston, School Based Program Coordinator,
    Cell: 913. 221.9238 
    Email: coord-pc@tchnetwork.org 

    Gina Gurreri, Community Programs Development Supervisor,
    Cell: 717.542.2164
    Email: cpds@tchnetwork.org

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