Colorado Mental Health Institute Fort Logan

Colorado Mental Health Institute Fort Logan (CMHIFL) is a 94-bed hospital that provides inpatient behavioral health treatment services to adult patients. CMHIFL serves as the State’s “safety net” provider for inpatient psychiatric services, predominantly treating the indigent, as well as Medicaid-eligible and Medicare-eligible individuals. Typically, these individuals are referred for admission by the community mental health centers, county departments of human and social services, and the Department’s Division of Youth Services.

Fees for service are assessed on a sliding scale, based on ability to pay.  Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance pay hospital costs for eligible clients. No one is denied admission due to the inability to pay. Family and significant others are encouraged to visit the patient during hospitalization to aid in the reintegration of the patient into community life. 

If you need mental health services, call 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or visit Colorado Crisis Services

For providers looking for forms related to admissions, please visit the Mental Health Emergency Hold page. CMHIFL is accredited through the Joint Commission.