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Reach out about Behavioral Health and The Point/El Puente.


Tamora Tanniehill (She/Her) is a Licensed Professional Counselor and the Director of Behavioral Health & Wellness for Rocky Mountain Equality. As a long-standing advocate and enthusiast for mental health, Tamora has dedicated her professional life to supporting some of the most underrepresented and marginalized individuals in their quest to not only survive but thrive.

Tamora began her social services journey during her undergraduate career at CU Boulder where she earned dual degrees in Psychology as well as Women and Gender Studies and later returned to school at Regis University where she earned her master’s in clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Over the last decade, she has worked specifically with individuals experiencing intimate partner violence, multisystem involved youth, transition-aged adults experiencing homelessness and individuals experiencing struggles with substance use. (All of which were disproportionately comprised of LGBTQ+ and BIPOC folx.) Witnessing the severe lack in accessible, quality and culturally competent care for these social groups catalyzed a passion for and everlasting goal to become a provider that not only accounts for but adapts to the intersections encompassed in an individual’s identity. In this work with Out Boulder County, Tamora hopes to support the most radical forms of activism and healing through system navigation, basic needs support and mental health care.

Outside of work, you can find Tamora spending time with her amazing wife and two dogs, having game nights with close friends or slowing down with a good show. She is a fan of the crafted arts and loves to create fun things out of clay and paint wooden boxes.

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