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Fort Collins Family Care Center

Family Care Center - Fort Collins

3351 Eastbrook Dr, Ste 200, Fort Collins, CO 80525

Phone: 970-500-0164

Fax: 970-281-4112

Behavioral Health Services for Larimer County in Fort Collins

The Family Care Center Fort Collins clinic is located at 3351 Eastbrook Dr., Suite 200, Fort Collins, CO 80525. At our clinic, we provide comprehensive behavioral health services, including counseling, medication management and more. We aim to provide a welcoming, compassionate, and safe environment for people from all walks of life. At Family Care Center, we believe that individuals can heal from mental health issues, as long as they have the right support, and we’re proud to provide the residents of Larimer County and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Providers

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Stephanie Dandurand MS, LPC, NCC, CCPT-II - Clinic Director

Authentically meeting you where you are in life, listening to where you want to be, and working collaboratively with you to focus on your healing and personal growth to find your best self is my commitment to your journey. One of my favorite quotes carrying great significance for today’s heavy burdens is one by the writer Charlie Mackesy from his book ‘The boy, the mole, the fox, and the horse,’ “Always remember you matter, you’re important and you are loved, and you bring to this world things no one else can.”

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Unique Blake, LPC, LAC - Clinic Administrator

I started out with Family Care Center as a therapist and I absolutely loved working with patients to find therapeutic ways to heal and improve their wellbeing. I also found that I have a passion for being a support and a resource for other providers. So, when the opportunity was presented to step into the clinic administrator role, I took it. I believe that creating a healthy work environment and taking care of our employees means that staff are better equipped to provide the best care for our patients.

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Linda Green-Baskett, LPC

If your are thinking about engaging in therapy, please know that I am available to listen and to work with you. If you have a child, adolescent, or partner that you’d like to bring into therapy, I am happy to help you to learn skills and develop greater understanding about the challenges you are experiencing. As we all learn improved communication skills, emotional regulation and coping, we are able to experience more happiness and joy in our lives. You all deserve that!

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Madeline Hicks, LPC, LAC

Come as you are and we will work together to find balance, heal, and make the desired changes in a
judgement-free environment.

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Molly Brooks, MA, LAC, LPC

As a counselor and a person, I am compassionate, curious, and playful. I feel that honoring your past, listening to your personal experiences and respecting your convictions are important to better understand how you make sense of your world. My primary goal in working with clients is to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment in which you will feel empowered to explore the difficult aspects of your life. Together we will define where you want to go. We will identify your strengths and develop tools and skills that will help you get there.

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Michael Sousa, LPC

My own healing journey has led me around the globe, studying various healing modalities to learn how people heal themselves (and each other). My mission as a therapist is to assist and support you so you may live a more authentic, meaningful, and productive life, in harmony with your family and communities. If there is one truth I’ve come across, it is this: the World needs You. The World needs your unique qualities, talents, and skills. The World needs your honest perspective. The World needs you to be healthy, joyful, and connected.

Family Care Center Provider
Deborah Blythe, MS, LMFT

have worked with individuals and relationships who are going through all sorts of things from extreme trauma to
difficult life transitions. In my work with you, I approach each person and each situation as a series of interconnected parts (culturally, individually, relationally, systemically) that create the whole. I call this approach “holistic.” My clients foster a sense of wellness in all areas of their life (spiritual, emotional, mental, psychological, and physical) that goes beyond what initially brought them into therapy.

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Monica Santiago, Med Office Receptionist