Update from the Building Health for All: Basalt Integrated Health Center Campaign

August 3, 2018 by Dylan Lewis

By Garry Schalla, Development Director

We are excited to reach $1.15 million for our Building Health for All: Basalt Integrated Health Center Campaign. We’d like to thank our donors so far and will continue to reach out to other partner organizations and residents who are interested in supporting expanding medical, dental, and behavioral health services in one location in the Roaring Fork Valley. Please see below for photos of construction underway now. The new location will mean we can expand the number of patients treated at our Basalt health center from 2,000 to 3,700.

We are increasing our goal to $3.4 million for our campaign, due to increasing construction costs. We are confident we can reach our goal. The Building Health for All: The Basalt Integrated Health Center Campaign will fund moving our Basalt health center to a new location at 123 Emma Road in Basalt. (This is in the same building as Subway and Stubbies Bar & Eatery, and across Highway 82 from our current mid-Valley location.) The Basalt Integrated Health Center is set to open in January 2019 and will help Mountain Family achieve its goal of providing fully integrated clinics with medical, dental and behavioral care throughout the Eagle, Roaring Fork and Colorado River valleys.

To join the Basalt capital campaign, please give now or contact Development Director Garry Schalla at

July 2018 construction 4 - Garry Schalla
July 2018 construction 3 - Garry Schalla
July 2018 construction 2 - Garry Schalla
July 2018 construction 1 - Garry Schalla

Mountain Family Health Centers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Federally Qualified Health Center


To provide high quality, integrated primary medical, behavioral, and dental health care in the communities we serve, with special consideration for the medically underserved, regardless of ability to pay.

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