Fort Logan Mental Health Center
|Fort Logan Mental Health Center|
|Building Style||Cottage Plan|
|Location||Fort Logan, CO|
In 1960 part of the Fort land was deeded to the State of Colorado to establish a state hospital, Fort Logan Mental Health Center. New facilities for psychiatric inpatient and support services were built in the 1960s as a new era for the military post began. Offices of the Colorado Department of Human Services and other service agencies also were located on the grounds. The name changed in 1991 to Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan. Currently the old buildings of the fort are being restored as a historical landmark.