Intensive Community Mental Health Recovery Services - Cheyenne VA Medical Center
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Cheyenne VA Medical Center


Intensive Community Mental Health Recovery Services

The Cheyenne VA Intensive Community Mental Health Recovery (ICMHR) RANGE and E-RANGE programs are innovative programs that provide intensive case management services in the community to Veterans who have severe and persistent psychiatric illness.  ICMHR RANGE and E-Range services are characterized by high staff/client ratios, community-based service delivery, practical problem-solving approach, and high continuity of care.

The program serves persons with mental illnesses that have been severe enough to require longer and/or multiple hospital stays recently.  The specific referral criteria are that a person has experienced 30 days of inpatient psychiatric hospitalization and/or 3 or more admissions to inpatient psychiatric units during the previous year (although exceptions may apply), primary diagnosis of major mental illness, and willingness to participate in the general program at the time of referral and upon discharge from the inpatient hospital setting.

The ICMHR program serves veterans within the Cheyenne VA Medical Center Patient Care Service area of Colorado or Wyoming.


Our mission is to optimize the health status, quality of life, and community functioning of Veterans with serious mental illness.


The vision for the Cheyenne VAMC ICMHR Program is to provide compassionate support to maximize quality of life, and to promote independent functioning and enhance rehabilitation, and to ensure clients are served in the least restrictive setting with appropriate supports in place.  With such supports and services provided in community settings.
Services include:

  • Home/community visits by the ICMHR RANGE or E-RANGE staff
  • Medication monitoring, education, and administration as needed
  • Monitoring symptoms and general health and well-being
  • Assistance with building a meaningful and satisfying life defined by the goals you set for yourself.
  • Family/Care Provider support and education
  • Veteran advocacy to service providers and community agencies

Treatment modalities include case management, education and supportive individual, group, couples, and family therapy.

Contact Info


  • Cheyenne VA Medical Center and Clinics

Contact Number(s)

  • 307-778-7550 Ext. 7349
  • 888-483-9127 Ext. 7349

Hours of Operation

  • M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.