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Colorado Drug Rehab Centers

Creative Treatment Options
Location: Lakewood, CO - 80226
Contact Phone: (303) 467-2624
Website: http://creativetreatmentoptions.com/
Description: Creative Treatment Options (CTO) is a state licensed, outpatient mental health and drug/alcohol abuse treatment agency with offices located in Arvada and Lakewood, Colorado. The agency meets all of the licensure and certification requirements as outlined by the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) of the Colorado State Health Department.
Mind Springs Health - The Women’s Recovery Center
Location: Grand Junction, CO - 81501
Contact Phone: (970) 245-4213
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: We are dedicated to helping women overcome barriers to recovery and healing, and finding the tools they need to achieve positive change. The Women’s Recovery Center is a 90-day intensive drug and alcohol and transitional living program specializing in holistic recovery. It is the only ‘for women-only’ program on the western slope and one of few in Colorado where women may have their children with them during the residential treatment. We identify chemical dependency as a medical disease and our comprehensive approach addresses all aspects of the disease. Physical and mental health, emotional wellbeing, spiritual growth and social needs are all part of the program’s focus. Children ages 0-10 with no behavioral issues are eligible to stay with their mother. Our caring professionals utilize evidence-based therapeutic practices. The intensive and highly-structured program employs a variety of treatment approaches including Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and the Matrix Model for methamphetamine addiction. As appropriate, spouses, partners, other children and/or family members are encouraged to participate in the treatment process. Women must meet the goals of their personal treatment plan to graduate, and may graduate early if appropriate or are offered additional time in the program if needed. Graduates of The Women’s Recovery Center are connected to other resources and health programs to promote continued recovery. We celebrate the joy and freedom gained by those who succeed and become productive and successful members of the community.
Idea
Location: Aurora, CO - 80012
Contact Phone: (303) 671-0010
Website: http://ideacares.com/
Description: IDEA began in Denver in December of 1995 and expanded to Aurora in 2000, Brighton in 2003 and Thornton in 2007. For over fifteen years IDEA has provided linguistically and culturally appropriate counseling, education, and referral services to the communities we serve. IDEA advocates and provides activities, services, and Evidence Based Practices to prevent and eliminate all forms of abuse. IDEA specializes in populations that are disproportionally represented in the judicial system by offering services anchored in culturally appropriate content.
Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center, Dba The Center For Mental Health
Location: Norwood, CO - 81423
Contact Phone: (970) 327-4449
Website: http://www.centermh.org/
Description: The Center for Mental Health has been providing behavioral health services in Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties since 1964. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and are governed by a board of directors representative of the area served.
Broadway Counseling Services
Location: Denver, CO - 80209
Contact Phone: (303) 733-8784
Website: http://www.broadwaycounseling.com/
Description: Broadway Counseling Services ( BCS ) has been providing alcohol and drug counseling treatment services in the Metro Denver area for over 18 years for persons charged with or convicted of DUI / DWI / DWAI / DUID or MIP. Our main facility is located in Denver very close to bus and light-rail lines. To better serve our clients, community and the courts, we opened a second location in Englewood in 2009 which is also very close to bus and light-rail lines. And now in 2011 we have opened a new Northglenn facility which is a very short distance from the Wagon Road RTD Park-n-Ride location to serve the residents north of the Metro area.
Clarity Counseling Pc
Location: Lake City, CO - 81235
Contact Phone: (970) 275-9344
Website: http://www.claritycounseling.com/
Description: Clarity Counseling P.C. is a professional corporation located in beautiful Lake City, Colorado in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. Clarity Counseling previously had two larger clinics located in Dolores, Colorado and Farmington, New Mexico. All clients served in those locations may reach the new corporate headquarters in Lake City, and obtain copies of any needed records of their services. Currently, Donna Sue Hudgins MA, LPC, NCACII is actively providing counseling services face-to-face in Lake City. Her clients from Dolores and Farmington may contact her to arrange for follow-up phone consultations and referrals, or arrange for telehealth services from the Lake City clinic.
Idea Thornton
Location: Thornton, CO - 80229
Contact Phone: (303) 996-9966
Website: http://ideacares.com/
Description: IDEA began in Denver in December of 1995 and expanded to Aurora in 2000, Brighton in 2003 and Thornton in 2007. For over fifteen years IDEA has provided linguistically and culturally appropriate counseling, education, and referral services to the communities we serve. IDEA advocates and provides activities, services, and Evidence Based Practices to prevent and eliminate all forms of abuse. IDEA specializes in populations that are disproportionally represented in the judicial system by offering services anchored in culturally appropriate content.
Mental Health Partners
Location: Boulder, CO - 80304
Contact Phone: (303) 443-8500
Website: http://www.mhpcolorado.org/
Description: Mental Health Partners began in 1962 as a clinic, received non-profit status in 1964, and was federally designated as a comprehensive community mental health center in 1971. Since then, we have expanded to meet the growing needs of the community in both counties, with locations in Boulder, Broomfield and Longmont. We are the only agency in Boulder and Broomfield counties that provides comprehensive psychiatric services to county residents regardless of their ability to pay. People served by Mental Health Partners generally do not have access to services in the private sector because they cannot afford to pay the significant fees, and most do not have insurance. Mental Health Partners has 24 hour emergency psychiatric services and outpatient offices for infants, children, adolescents, adults, and families. Many programs and services are available including school-based programs, substance abuse treatment, rape crisis counseling, advocacy, and education. Mental Health Partners offers bilingual/bicultural services and an in-house pharmacy. It is estimated, that of the 360,000 residents of Boulder and Broomfield counties, over 60,000 individuals suffer with a form of mental illness. This number is only compounded when family, friends, and co-workers are affected by the disabling conditions of a person who is struggling with a mental illness. Annually, Mental Health Partners serves over 18,000 individuals and our Emergency Psychiatric Services Team responds to 10,000 calls. We serve more women than men and thirty-six percent of our clients are multicultural.
Genesis Counseling
Location: Commerce City, CO - 80022
Contact Phone: (303) 288-0040
Website: http://www.genesis-counseling.com/
Description: Genesis Counseling believes in helping others achieve a lifestyle free from violence and substance abuse through a program of action based on honesty, integrity and personal accountability. It is our goal to restore the dignity, respectability, personal pride, and peace of mind in our clients.
Buckingham Psychological Services
Location: Aurora, CO - 80014
Contact Phone: (303) 750-7411
Website: http://buckpsy.com/
Description: Buckingham Psychological Services (BPS) has offered Psychotherapy Services to the Aurora/Denver areas for the past 30 years. Our family atmosphere offers a comfort and a warmth that is not often found in group practices today. Our mental health clinicians are experienced and trained in working with individuals, couples, adolescents, and family challenges.
Genesis Counseling - Highlands Ranch
Location: Littleton, CO - 80120
Contact Phone: (303) 798-6464
Website: http://www.genesis-counseling.com/
Description: Genesis Counseling believes in helping others achieve a lifestyle free from violence and substance abuse through a program of action based on honesty, integrity and personal accountability. It is our goal to restore the dignity, respectability, personal pride, and peace of mind in our clients.
First Step Counseling Inc
Location: Parker, CO - 80134
Contact Phone: (303) 840-2636
Website: http://www.firststepcounseling.org
Description: At First Step we deal primarily with the legal issue of drinking and driving. Although some people will begin to look at the problems and consequences of their drinking beyond the DUI, no one here will be labeled.
Aurora Outpatient Arapahoe House
Location: Aurora, CO - 80014
Contact Phone: (303) 412-3818
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center, Dba The Center For Mental Health
Location: Montrose, CO - 81401
Contact Phone: (970) 249-9694
Website: http://www.centermh.org/
Description: The Center for Mental Health has been providing behavioral health services in Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties since 1964. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and are governed by a board of directors representative of the area served.
Alpine Springs Counseling, P.c. - Craig Office
Location: Craig, CO - 81625
Contact Phone: (970) 824-5870
Website: http://www.alpinespringscounseling.com/
Description: Alpine Springs Counseling, P.C. provides state certified substance abuse treatment, board approved domestic violence treatment and psychological services. Our staff is strongly committed to delivering professional services in a multitude of clinical settings. We have, over the years, developed strong working relationships with agencies and organizations in our community and throughout the State of Colorado. Alpine Springs Counseling, P.C. offers culturally sensitive, evidence-based behavioral health care services and is licensed by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health (OBH). Service programs are available for Adults and Adolescents. We provide treatment solutions that promote safety, recovery and hope in our communities.
Poudre Valley Health Systems Mountain Crest
Location: Fort Collins, CO - 80528
Contact Phone: (970) 207-4800
Website: https://www.uchealth.org/
Description: Mountain Crest Behavioral Healthcare Center helps adults and adolescents with mental health issues and substance abuse issues achieve a balanced life and a high level of health and well-being. Treatment is provided by developing the most comprehensive plan of care that includes family and, as needed, community members and community services. Mountain Crest's highly trained staff combines medical intervention with therapy sessions as a treatment approach that assist in rapid stabilization of mental health problems. Mountain Crest offers thorough mental health assessments and treatment programs for adolescents, adults, senior citizens, and families.Inpatient and outpatient programs are available.
San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group
Location: San Luis, CO - 81152
Contact Phone: (719) 672-0331
Website: http://slvbhg.org/
Description: The San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group inspires hope, healing and well-being for the citizens of the San Luis Valley. Our services make it possible for individuals and families to survive and thrive in our communities, to avoid frequent hospitalizations, to build supportive relationships and to work successfully toward well-being. We work with consumers as whole persons, integrating treatment and resources to support healthy minds, bodies and spirits. We provide second chances to men and women in the criminal justice system, those with mental health and substance abuse problems so they too can become productive citizens. We create innovative prevention services to create healthier schools, workplaces and communities for our youth and families. and support volunteers who mentor youth, volunteer in hospitals, senior centers, and libraries making a difference in people’s lives.
Mind Springs Health - Vail Office
Location: Vail, CO - 81657
Contact Phone: (970) 476-0930
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Boulder Community Hospital
Location: Boulder, CO - 80301
Contact Phone: (303) 441–056
Website: http://www.bch.org
Description: Founded in 1922 as a community-owned and operated not-for-profit hospital, Boulder Community Health is dedicated to meeting the evolving healthcare needs of our citizens and providing access to high quality medical care.
Southern Colorado Comprehensive Court Services, Inc.
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81003
Contact Phone: (719) 595-1634
Website: http://scccsinc.com/
Description: Southern Colorado Comprehensive Court Services inc. is a licensed outpatient treatment center approved by the State of Colorado Department of Human Services. The services provided at our agency are designed to facilitate Colorado legislation which mandates the courts to require persons convicted of alcohol or drug related driving offenses to complete a state approved treatment program. For our Level II Education and Level II Therapy services we teach through an approved curriculum called Driving With Care (DWC). All of our CAC (Certified Addiction Counselors) are approved and certified to provide this curriculum.
2xtreme John E Davis Ma
Location: Littleton, CO - 80127
Contact Phone: (720) 922-9779
Website: http://www.2xtreme.info
Description: 2xtreme's Goals: To provide clinically appropriate services to teen boys, young men, and families who are dealing with social and emotional challenges. To encourage growth in young men's emotional and behavioral health through alternative therapeutic relationships, while increasing successful experiences and connections. To provide 2xtreme services for those who otherwise could not afford them.
Adult/youth Counseling Services Inc
Location: Canon City, CO - 81212
Contact Phone: (719) 276-1311
Website: http://adultyouthcounselingservices.com/
Description: Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., is guided by a philosophy that can be summarized in two key words: Quality and Affordability. Drug addicts and alcoholics are perceived as having an illness with no desirable onset involving people and their relationships in their environment. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc. believes that if substance abuse clients are educated and understand the consequences of its use and abuse, they will have the opportunity and avenue to make a change. In the absence of a timely and effective intervention treatment, the illness can progressively incapacitate and finally destroy its victims. For a treatment purpose, Chemical Dependency is defined as any degree (mild, moderate, or severe) of substance use which results in emotional or physical interpersonal dysfunction, or where a substance is used to any degree in order to maintain or improve one’s functioning. The achievement of a positive treatment outcome is related to development of motivation within the client to participate personally in his/her own rehabilitation. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., intention is to ensure that obstacles creating problems, for clients seeking help from the program, be minimized or eliminated. We believe that all human beings have a right to treatment.
Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center, Dba The Center For Mental Health
Location: Telluride, CO - 81435
Contact Phone: (970) 728-6303
Website: http://www.centermh.org/
Description: The Center for Mental Health has been providing behavioral health services in Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties since 1964. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and are governed by a board of directors representative of the area served.
Addiction Recovery Center Boulder County Hlth Dept Public Health
Location: Boulder, CO - 80301
Contact Phone: (303) 441-1281
Website: http://www.bouldercounty.org/
Description: Boulder County offers a wide range of services to address the issues of substance use/abuse and addiction.
San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group
Location: Alamosa, CO - 81101
Contact Phone: (719) 589-3671
Website: http://slvbhg.org/
Description: The San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group inspires hope, healing and well-being for the citizens of the San Luis Valley. Our services make it possible for individuals and families to survive and thrive in our communities, to avoid frequent hospitalizations, to build supportive relationships and to work successfully toward well-being. We work with consumers as whole persons, integrating treatment and resources to support healthy minds, bodies and spirits. We provide second chances to men and women in the criminal justice system, those with mental health and substance abuse problems so they too can become productive citizens. We create innovative prevention services to create healthier schools, workplaces and communities for our youth and families. and support volunteers who mentor youth, volunteer in hospitals, senior centers, and libraries making a difference in people’s lives.
Choices In Living Counseling Centers
Location: Westminster, CO - 80031
Contact Phone: (303) 427-4197
Website: http://www.choicesinlivingcounseling.com/
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Substance Abuse Services Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Akron, CO - 80720
Contact Phone: (970) 345-2254
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Centennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. We believe in the preservation of human dignity, self respect and client rights. Clients are our highest priority. Clients are best served through collaboration. Centennial Mental Health Center is dedicated to maintaining communications with the public we serve and participating actively in our communities.
Broadway Counseling Services - South Office
Location: Englewood, CO - 80110
Contact Phone: (720) 242-7124
Website: http://www.broadwaycounseling.com/
Description: Broadway Counseling Services ( BCS ) has been providing alcohol and drug counseling treatment services in the Metro Denver area for over 18 years for persons charged with or convicted of DUI / DWI / DWAI / DUID or MIP. Our main facility is located in Denver very close to bus and light-rail lines. To better serve our clients, community and the courts, we opened a second location in Englewood in 2009 which is also very close to bus and light-rail lines. And now in 2011 we have opened a new Northglenn facility which is a very short distance from the Wagon Road RTD Park-n-Ride location to serve the residents north of the Metro area.
Alcohol/behavior Information
Location: Aurora, CO - 80014
Contact Phone: (303) 368-8702
Website: http://www.abicolorado.org/
Description: ABI (Alcohol Behavior Information) has been licensed in the state of Colorado for over 30 years providing treatment to those referred to us by the courts for alcohol and/or drug offenses. ABI is a comprehensive instructional and motivational outpatient treatment program with emphasis on effecting change in negative behaviors and practices of those referred to our agency. ABI has served our community providing information to schools and other organizations regarding the effects and dangers of drinking and driving, as well as the disruptions caused by the use of Alcohol and/or other drugs. Our staff is highly qualified and our therapist are licensed by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies with years of experience in the substance abuse field. ABI respects the dignity of all our clients. Our objective is to listen, acknowledge, and focus our clients in a positive direction to avoid negative consequences caused by alcohol or drug use, abuse, or addiction.
Alpine Springs Counseling, P.c.
Location: Glenwood Springs, CO - 81601
Contact Phone: (970) 945-7858
Website: http://www.alpinespringscounseling.com/
Description: Alpine Springs Counseling, P.C. provides state certified substance abuse treatment, board approved domestic violence treatment and psychological services. Our staff is strongly committed to delivering professional services in a multitude of clinical settings. We have, over the years, developed strong working relationships with agencies and organizations in our community and throughout the State of Colorado. Alpine Springs Counseling, P.C. offers culturally sensitive, evidence-based behavioral health care services and is licensed by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health (OBH). Service programs are available for Adults and Adolescents. We provide treatment solutions that promote safety, recovery and hope in our communities.
Dove Counseling Inc.
Location: Thornton, CO - 80260
Contact Phone: (303) 429-3400
Website: http://dovetreatment.com/
Description: Dove Counseling, Inc. was established in 1998 and has been providing therapeutic services to both mandated and non-mandated clients since that time. Many of our staff come to the agency with a social work background, and that unique perspective is noticeable in our approach. We believe that people fulfill their potential when they are appreciated and respected, both by themselves and those around them. To help individuals attain their goals, Dove acknowledges the whole person, including the emotional, cognitive, physical, and spiritual self.
Genesis
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80910
Contact Phone: (719) 632-3510
Website: http://www.genesisoutpatient.com/
Description: Genesis has been providing quality education and counseling services to the Pikes Peak region since 1983. Under the sam ownership since it's inception, Genesis provides the most experienced, knowledgable and caring professional staff in the region. The Education and Counseling sessions focus on learning and achieving positive behavioral outcomes rather than just punishment. Our philosophy assumes that people make poor choices, but these choices are not the measure of the person. More important is how the choices are addressed and what is learned from them. If you appreciate understanding, compassion and accountability rather than negative criticism and useless labels, you have found the right place.
Peaceful Spirit Southern Ute Alcohol Recovery Center
Location: Ignacio, CO - 81137
Contact Phone: (970) 563-4555
Website: http://www.sucap.org/
Description: Peaceful Spirit’s purpose is to support individuals and families in addressing issues related to alcohol and drugs. Sometimes this means treating what we call addiction or dependence; sometimes it’s just about providing information or understanding what family members might be going through. Peaceful Spirit offers programs for adults, youth and families. These programs are very different in approach.
Parker Valley Hope Valley Hope Association
Location: Parker, CO - 80138
Contact Phone: (303) 841-7857
Website: http://valleyhope.org/
Description: Parker Valley Hope, built in 1989, is located in the South Denver Metro area, in the town of Parker, Colorado. The location is a comfortable, ‘in the country’ setting; just one and one half miles out of the town of Parker. We are a free standing substance abuse facility with 10 detox beds and 40 dormitory beds. We have nursing staff around the clock helping our patients recover. We offer detox, residential and partial levels of care seven days per week. We also offer family support and education, believing that substance abuse has an overwhelming impact on everyone in the family. We have found that individuals whose families are involved in treatment have a higher sobriety rate. We are contracted with most major medical insurance companies and work diligently to offer payment plans for those who cannot afford the full cost of treatment up front. Our 12 Step based approach includes providing each patient with an individual counselor, group counselor, and chaplain. Our chaplains are nondenominational with a focus on spirituality and the concept of a higher power. The length of stay at Parker Valley Hope is variable and based upon each patient’s recovery needs. A typical day of addiction treatment at Parker Valley Hope includes psycho-educational and 12 Step discussion groups, individual and small group counseling, spiritual counseling, and opportunities to attend 12 Step meetings. Addiction treatment is highly individualized, as is our length of stay. Patients work with their individual counselor to develop a continuing care plan so that they continue to receive the treatment and support they need, long after leaving the residential treatment center. Valley Hope has always recognized the importance of family involvement in the process of recovery. An addiction can destroy families as much as it destroys the individuals who are admitting to addiction treatment. Parker Valley Hope offers family programming during the week and on the weekends. We also offer online family treatment which is a great resource for those family members who want to be involved, but may not be able to travel. Parker Valley Hope’s short distance to the Denver International Airport allows individuals to access addiction treatment from anywhere in the United States via our Fly to Recovery program. With the Valley Hope Fly to Recovery option, Valley Hope assists with flight arrangements and can also coordinate family involvement and continuing care services upon return home.
Rocky Mountain Behavioral Health Inc
Location: Canon City, CO - 81212
Contact Phone: (719) 275-7650
Website: http://www.rmbh.org/
Description: RMBH is a nonprofit agency offering services to people and their families in the community since 1976. Potential clients include people who may be struggling with substance abuse issues, some of which may be complicated with mental health concerns, as well as families with violence histories and legal requirements.
Addiction Recovery Center Boulder County Health Department
Location: Boulder, CO - 80304
Contact Phone: (303) 441-1275
Website: http://www.bouldercounty.org/
Description: Boulder County offers a wide range of services to address the issues of substance use/abuse and addiction.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. - Lamar
Location: Lamar, CO - 81052
Contact Phone: (719) 336-2600
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment
Ideas Directed At Eliminating Abuse Idea
Location: Denver, CO - 80211
Contact Phone: (303) 477-8280
Website: http://ideacares.com/
Description: IDEA began in Denver in December of 1995 and expanded to Aurora in 2000, Brighton in 2003 and Thornton in 2007. For over fifteen years IDEA has provided linguistically and culturally appropriate counseling, education, and referral services to the communities we serve. IDEA advocates and provides activities, services, and Evidence Based Practices to prevent and eliminate all forms of abuse. IDEA specializes in populations that are disproportionally represented in the judicial system by offering services anchored in culturally appropriate content.
Aurora Center For Treatment Inc.
Location: Aurora, CO - 80011
Contact Phone: (303) 340-8990
Website: http://auroracenterfortreatment.com/
Description: For over twenty-five years, ACT has been at the forefront of community court ordered treatment. Our primary focus is the safety of the community. We offer group session counseling and education, individual counseling and parenting classes, and drug/alcohol testing.
Alcohol And Drug Outpatient Program Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Elizabeth, CO - 80107
Contact Phone: (303) 646-4519
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Serves individuals age 11 and older. Services include individual substance abuse therapy, group therapy (Recovery Group, Strategies for Self-Improvement and Change, DUI Education and Treatment, Women's Substance Abuse Group, Adolescent Substance Abuse Group, Substance Abuse and Trauma Treatment Group, and the Special Connections group for substance-abusing pregnant women), comprehensive assessment, case management and substance abuse monitoring.
Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center, Dba The Center For Mental Health
Location: Nucla, CO - 81424
Contact Phone: (970) 327-4449
Website: http://www.centermh.org/
Description: The Center for Mental Health has been providing behavioral health services in Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties since 1964. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and are governed by a board of directors representative of the area served.
Inspirations D/a Llc
Location: Arvada, CO - 80002
Contact Phone: (303) 350-5540
Website: http://www.inspirationsda.com/
Description: Inspirations offers alcohol and drug counseling and education on a variety of days and times to better work with most schedules. Group and Individual counseling sessions are available for our clients. Our counseling and DUI education enables participants to discuss any alcohol and drug related problems or concerns with their counselor in a safe, confidential environment. Inspirations provides court-mandated classes and counseling to help participants identify and seek solutions to their alcohol and drug problems. We believe that our clients are entitled to dignity and respect. Our purpose is to assist them as they work toward their goals, and help them find the tools they need to regain control of their future.
Pfa Counseling And Assessment
Location: Lakewood, CO - 80214
Contact Phone: (303) 202-0801
Website: http://www.pfacounselingandassessment.com/
Description: We are a private treatment agency dedicated to the development of innovative strategies for the mental, behavioral and emotional health of our clients and our community. We believe that within each individual lies the boundless potential to initial and sustain positive growth through psycho-education and therapy and a holistic approach to change.
Adult/youth Counseling Services Inc
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80903
Contact Phone: (719) 442-1779
Website: http://adultyouthcounselingservices.com/
Description: Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., is guided by a philosophy that can be summarized in two key words: Quality and Affordability. Drug addicts and alcoholics are perceived as having an illness with no desirable onset involving people and their relationships in their environment. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc. believes that if substance abuse clients are educated and understand the consequences of its use and abuse, they will have the opportunity and avenue to make a change. In the absence of a timely and effective intervention treatment, the illness can progressively incapacitate and finally destroy its victims. For a treatment purpose, Chemical Dependency is defined as any degree (mild, moderate, or severe) of substance use which results in emotional or physical interpersonal dysfunction, or where a substance is used to any degree in order to maintain or improve one’s functioning. The achievement of a positive treatment outcome is related to development of motivation within the client to participate personally in his/her own rehabilitation. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., intention is to ensure that obstacles creating problems, for clients seeking help from the program, be minimized or eliminated. We believe that all human beings have a right to treatment.
Counseling Center Of The Rockies/south
Location: Englewood, CO - 80113
Contact Phone: (303) 806-0933
Website: http://www.counselingcenteroftherockies.com/
Description: Counseling Center of the Rockies offers several different types of substance abuse counseling in a caring and friendly environment. Our mission is to provide the opportunity for each client to achieve growth and change which will have a positive effect throughout their lifetime. We are licensed by the Colorado Division of Behavioral Health in the following areas: Level I Education, Level II Education, Level II Therapy, Level II Enhanced Therapy, and Non-DUI Outpatient Therapy. We also offer one on one and family counseling for those with substance abuse concerns.
Centennial Peaks Hospital
Location: Louisville, CO - 80027
Contact Phone: (303) 673-9990
Website: http://www.centennialpeaks.com
Description: At Centennial Peaks, we provide a safe, stable place to help those in crisis take the first steps toward recovery. We serve adults and adolescents in Colorado who are struggling with mental illness or chemical dependency (substance abuse). We also offer dual diagnosis treatment for those struggling with mental illness and drug & alcohol addiction. Our staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide complimentary, confidential assessments.
Boulder Alcohol Education Center
Location: Boulder, CO - 80302
Contact Phone: (303) 444-6142
Website: http://www.boulderalcohol.com/
Description: The Boulder Alcohol Education Center (BAEC) was established on January 1, 1982 by John Gilburt Ph.D., CAC III (at right), Licensed Psychologist and the Late Stan Scott, JD, CAC III, to meet the needs of the community for easily accessible, low cost, professional, substance abuse outpatient evaluation and treatment.
Rangeview Counseling Center
Location: Boulder, CO - 80301
Contact Phone: (303) 447-2038
Website: http://rangeviewcounselingcenter.com/
Description: Rangeview Counseling Center believes that effective treatment requires, first and foremost, full respect for all who enter our agency for help – regardless of the specific need. The 3 R’s at Rangeview are: Respect. Relationship. Responsibility. Rangeview is a safe place in which clients can explore life issues. Clients’ confidentiality is of upmost importance to all of our staff. At Rangeview, counselors guide and motivate clients in how to best use their strengths and resources to achieve desired outcomes. Treatment is matched to the needs and goals of each client. Our programs and treatment strategies emphasize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and utilize Motivational Interviewing, as well as Body/Mind Integration. Rangeview Counseling Center staff are professionally licensed therapists and/or Certified Addiction Counselors. In this time of tough financial realities for many people, we offer a sliding fee scale to those who qualify. Our agency is licensed and regulated by the Colorado Division of Behavioral Health. Our Boulder License is No. 1171-00; and our Fraser License is No. 1171-01.
Beyond Milestones Counseling
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80915
Contact Phone: (719) 573-5606
Website: http://beyondmilestones.com/
Description: Beyond Milestones Counseling strives to enable our clients to work on their process with: Complete Support; Encouragement; Unconditional Acceptance; Along with providing tools to help with the process
Turning Point Center For Youth & Family Development
Location: Fort Collins, CO - 80525
Contact Phone: (970) 221-0999
Website: http://www.turningpnt.org
Description: Turning Point is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of youth and their families. Our programs are designed with teens and families in mind. We know life can be tough, and we'll help you find your way. We Turn Lives Around…Our programs offer youth and families hope by giving them skills to make better decisions and healthier life choices. Therapeutic treatment and support combine to offer a brighter future for each of the kids in our care.
Alpha Center Psychological Services
Location: Grand Junction, CO - 81501
Contact Phone: (970) 241-2948
Website: http://www.alphacentergj.com/
Description: Asking for help with problems. Listening to ourselves and each other. Pursuing new directions. Holding to the challenges of change. Acknowledging our growth and asking new questions
Ideas Directed At Eliminating Abuse Idea
Location: Brighton, CO - 80601
Contact Phone: (303) 659-9440
Website: http://ideacares.com/
Description: IDEA began in Denver in December of 1995 and expanded to Aurora in 2000, Brighton in 2003 and Thornton in 2007. For over fifteen years IDEA has provided linguistically and culturally appropriate counseling, education, and referral services to the communities we serve. IDEA advocates and provides activities, services, and Evidence Based Practices to prevent and eliminate all forms of abuse. IDEA specializes in populations that are disproportionally represented in the judicial system by offering services anchored in culturally appropriate content.
Lakewood Outpatient Arapahoe House
Location: Lakewood, CO - 80215
Contact Phone: (303) 657-3700
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org/
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Cortez Addiction Recovery Services Inc
Location: Cortez, CO - 81321
Contact Phone: (970) 565-4109
Website: http://www.cortezrecovery.org/
Description: Our mission is to assist in and enhance the recovery and well-being of individuals and families struggling with substance abuse and/or mental health issues by providing effective out-patient treatment and prevention services.
Bi Inc
Location: Lakewood, CO - 80214
Contact Phone: (303) 238-5755
Website: http://www.bi.com
Description: Established in 1978, BI Incorporated (BI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The GEO Group (NYSE: GEO), a global leader in the delivery of correctional, detention, and residential treatment services to federal, state, and local government agencies. BI provides a full continuum of offender monitoring technologies and community reentry services for parolees, probationers, pretrial defendants and illegal aliens involved in the U.S. immigration court process. BI also owns and operates an ISO-certified national monitoring center, providing 24/7 expert support supervision services exclusively to governmental agencies.
Alternative Behaviors Counseling Ab Counseling
Location: Lakewood, CO - 80214
Contact Phone: (303) 237-3599
Website: http://www.abcounselinginc.com/
Description: Our staff is committed to long-term recovery and community safety through effective mental health treatments. We have over 80 years of combined experience dealing with co-occurring disorders and treating offenders. We work with Probation Officers and Parole Supervisors to provide court-mandated interventions.
Arapahoe House
Location: Thornton, CO - 80260
Contact Phone: (303) 657-3700
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Arapahoe House
Location: Thornton, CO - 80260
Contact Phone: (303) 657-3700
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Adams Community Reach Center
Location: Thornton, CO - 80260
Contact Phone: (303) 853-3500
Website: http://www.communityreachcenter.org/
Description: Are you or a loved one feeling overwhelmed with a current crisis? Perhaps you've been privately struggling with unresolved emotional issues for years. You're not alone. An average of 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 10 children in the United States experiences a mental health issue every year. The good news is that mental health treatment works! Community Reach Center offers a complete spectrum of research-based programs and services that are proven to help people of all ages to: Manage the sense of overwhelming anxiety; Overcome persistent feelings of sadness, emptiness, and loss of purpose; Process grief and loss; Recover from the pain of divorce and other broken relationships; Resolve personal traumas that foster self-destructive thoughts and behaviors; Learn to achieve and maintain life-long recovery from addiction; Find your individual path to recovery from serious and persistent mental illness such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Community Reach Center is a top-tier mental health provider in the northern metro-Denver area. Community Reach serves all ages, from the youngest infant to the most senior citizen. All counseling services and therapeutic support groups are provided in a confidential and supportive atmosphere, with the goal of empowering you to live productively, independently, and improve the quality of your life. Bilingual services are always available upon request.
Substance Abuse Services Boulder County Public Health
Location: Lafayette, CO - 80026
Contact Phone: (720) 564-2712
Website: http://www.bouldercounty.org/
Description: Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) works to protect, promote, and enhance the health and well-being of all people and the environment in Boulder County.
Mind Springs Health - Eagle Office
Location: Eagle, CO - 81632
Contact Phone: (970) 328-6969
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc.
Location: Monte Vista, CO - 81144
Contact Phone: (719) 852-3955
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment.
San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group
Location: Monte Vista, CO - 81144
Contact Phone: (719) 852-5186
Website: http://slvbhg.org/
Description: The San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group inspires hope, healing and well-being for the citizens of the San Luis Valley. Our services make it possible for individuals and families to survive and thrive in our communities, to avoid frequent hospitalizations, to build supportive relationships and to work successfully toward well-being. We work with consumers as whole persons, integrating treatment and resources to support healthy minds, bodies and spirits. We provide second chances to men and women in the criminal justice system, those with mental health and substance abuse problems so they too can become productive citizens. We create innovative prevention services to create healthier schools, workplaces and communities for our youth and families. and support volunteers who mentor youth, volunteer in hospitals, senior centers, and libraries making a difference in people’s lives.
A New Perspective Counseling Centers
Location: Loveland, CO - 80537
Contact Phone: (970) 461-0978
Website: http://www.anewperspectiveadmin.com/
Description: A New Perspective Counseling Centers, P.C. is a state-licensed treatment provider with trained and certified employees. A New Perspective has locations in Loveland, CO and Ft. Collins, CO. The Program Director at A New Perspective Counseling Centers, Anne Gleditsch, has over 20 years experience in Substance Abuse Counseling, a Masters of Psychology (M.A.) with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy - University of Northern Colorado, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.), a Certified Addictions Counselor III (C.A.C.III), a Sexual Abuse Specialist, and has Domestic Violence Certification. Our goal is to educate our clients while working toward goals that improve the quality of life of our clients. The safety of our clients and community is always our first and foremost priority. A New Perspective Counseling Center maintains a strong focus on the people who participate in it's programs. The "Solution-Focused Model of Therapy" is used where positive exceptions to problems and crises are identified. Therapy then focuses on building from these successes for an improved quality of life. Clients are recognized as the experts on their reality and guided in establishing their own goals and defining their solutions to problems and challenges. A New Perspective Counseling Center believes that people can truly work through difficult times and emerge with stronger and deeper commitments to family - with enhanced appreciation for life. Many factors in life may lead to increased use of drugs and/or alcohol. A New Perspective Counseling Center believes in exploring avenues such as stress & anger management, conflict resolution, family dynamics, workplace demands & depression. Participation of the entire family is encouraged and accommodated.
Choices In Living Counseling Centers
Location: Golden, CO - 80401
Contact Phone: (303) 431-5664
Website: http://www.choicesinlivingcounseling.com/
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Treatment Center
Location: Louisville, CO - 80027
Contact Phone: (303) 661-0222
Website: http://www.thetreatmentcentercolorado.com/
Description: As a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I help clients find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. Blending different theoretical approaches, I draw on a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be most helpful for each client. I work with each client to help them build on their strengths to identify and achieve life goals.
Yampa Valley Psychotherapists
Location: Craig, CO - 81625
Contact Phone: (970) 329-1995
Website: http://www.yampavalleypsych.com/
Description: At Yampa Valley Psychotherapists, located in Craig, Colorado and serving Steamboat Springs, Colorado, we are here to assist you with your counseling needs. We specialize in addiction and abuse counseling as well as family, marriage and individualized psychotherapy. Michael Toothaker, M.S., CAC III and Gary Gurney, M.A., L.P.C., CAC III are the Yampa Valley Psychotherapists. Gary splits his time between Steamboat and Craig. Either counselor can be seen by appointment.
Alcohol/behavior Information
Location: Denver, CO - 80231
Contact Phone: (303) 368-8702
Website: http://www.abicolorado.org/
Description: ABI (Alcohol Behavior Information) has been licensed in the state of Colorado for over 30 years providing treatment to those referred to us by the courts for alcohol and/or drug offenses. ABI is a comprehensive instructional and motivational outpatient treatment program with emphasis on effecting change in negative behaviors and practices of those referred to our agency. ABI has served our community providing information to schools and other organizations regarding the effects and dangers of drinking and driving, as well as the disruptions caused by the use of Alcohol and/or other drugs. Our staff is highly qualified and our therapist are licensed by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies with years of experience in the substance abuse field. ABI respects the dignity of all our clients. Our objective is to listen, acknowledge, and focus our clients in a positive direction to avoid negative consequences caused by alcohol or drug use, abuse, or addiction.
Project Recovery Miracles Program Mile High Council On Alcoholism
Location: Denver, CO - 80202
Contact Phone: (303) 825-8113
Website: http://www.milehighcouncil.com
Description: Project Recovery is a state licensed substance abuse treatment program that was established in 1992 through The Council (formerly Mile High Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse). This program provides group, individual and family therapy for men, women, and children; and it incorporates acupuncture specific to treatment of alcohol and other drug abuse and addictions. Project Recovery is licensed to provide intensive outpatient, adolescent, offender and women's treatment. It is the policy of Project Recovery to provide treatment in the least restrictive setting, therefore outpatient treatment is integrated to address addiction, mental health, and trauma issues. Project Recovery offers culturally sensitive treatment for working through many issues. A variety of treatment approaches including: cognitive behavioral, solution focused, motivational interviewing and systems theory are utilized to enable clients to gain social and psychological coping skills and to remain substance free. However, if the client has social, medical or psychiatric needs that cannot be met through treatment at Project Recovery, referrals or consultations can be made to a higher level of care. The individualized treatment plan will include the length of stay and intensity of treatment and will be agreed upon by the counselor and client at time of intake. The length of stay is based on a differential assessment and evaluation of clients needs. Acupuncture is offered to all clients and is available 4 times per week, in conjunction with traditional therapy. The Miracles Program is gender-specific intensive outpatient program providing services to women. The program provides two independent treatment tracks: one track for women involved in the criminal justice system, and one track for community women. Treatment plans are individually developed and include services targeting substance abuse treatment, mental health issues and trauma treatment.
Proud/hit/womens Housing Arapahoe House
Location: Denver, CO - 80204
Contact Phone: (303) 412-3818
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Aurora Emergency Treatment Unit Arapahoe House
Location: Aurora, CO - 80012
Contact Phone: (303) 412-3818
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Alcohol And Drug Outpatient Program Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Sterling, CO - 80751
Contact Phone: (970) 522-4392
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Serves individuals age 11 and older. Services include individual substance abuse therapy, group therapy (Recovery Group, Strategies for Self-Improvement and Change, DUI Education and Treatment, Women's Substance Abuse Group, Adolescent Substance Abuse Group, Substance Abuse and Trauma Treatment Group, and the Special Connections group for substance-abusing pregnant women), comprehensive assessment, case management and substance abuse monitoring.
Mind Springs Health - Aspen Office
Location: Aspen, CO - 81611
Contact Phone: (970) 920-5555
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Valley Hope Association - Denver Valley Hope
Location: Centennial, CO - 80112
Contact Phone: (303) 694-3829
Website: http://valleyhope.org/
Description: Conveniently located off of I-25 in Centennial, Colorado, Valley Hope’s outpatient office provides the metropolitan area with a full range of comprehensive outpatient substance abuse treatment services during morning and evening hours. Denver Valley Hope offers traditional Intensive Outpatient (IOP), AC/ESS telehealth/online services, IOP Plus (a combination of on-ground IOP and online IOP), individual, family, and group counseling, continuing care, education, and assessment/evaluation services. Office hours are 9 am-10 pm Monday through Friday.
Dynamic Directions Counseling Inc
Location: Centennial, CO - 80122
Contact Phone: (303) 797-1440
Website: http://www.dynamicdirectionscounseling.com
Description: Founded in 1981 by Dr. Linda Grace CAC III, NCAC II, Dynamic Directions is a state licensed outpatient program designed to educate and treat all aspects of substance abuse including DUI convictions. The new owner and clincial supervisor Mark Putnoy MSW CACIII LAC wants those inquires to know that Our staff "Walks the Walk" and has personally accepted ownership of their past alcohol and drug issues. We can empathize with everyone who has made a bad decision by getting behind the wheel after having a few drinks, or with those who have an alcohol or drug dependence - "We have been there." We are dedicated to our clients achieving a better quality of life. Our intention is that each of us deserves a safe, professional, empathetic environment to overcome adversity. Our committment is to see you through the program successfully. Consistency is the key, one therapist from beginning to end ,contributing to your knowledge and awareness about the system, yourself and the community. We are not the new kids on the block, and for 30 years we have been offering affordable services focusing on the needs of the changing community and we continue to get it Right!
Choices In Living Counseling Centers
Location: Wheat Ridge, CO - 80033
Contact Phone: (303) 431-5664
Website: http://www.choicesinlivingcounseling.com/
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Maria Droste Counseling Center - New Directions
Location: Denver, CO - 80222
Contact Phone: (303) 756-9052
Website: http://www.mariadroste.org
Description: Maria Droste Counseling Center has been formed out of the understanding that people need access to counseling regardless of their ability to pay. We are committed to serving others with enthusiasm, empathy and humility as we assist in creating a place of peace, love and harmony within others, ourselves and our community. We embrace and honor diversity in all its forms. New Directions is a Colorado state licensed program providing counseling for those seeking to live their lives free from alcohol, drugs, and behavioral addictions.
Choices In Living Counseling Centers
Location: Broomfield, CO - 80020
Contact Phone: (303) 604-2323
Website: http://www.choicesinlivingcounseling.com/
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Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Fort Morgan, CO - 80701
Contact Phone: (970) 867-4924
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Centennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. We believe in the preservation of human dignity, self respect and client rights. Clients are our highest priority. Clients are best served through collaboration. Centennial Mental Health Center is dedicated to maintaining communications with the public we serve and participating actively in our communities.
Mind Springs Health - Granby Office
Location: Granby, CO - 80446
Contact Phone: (970) 887-2179
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Substance Abuse Services Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Limon, CO - 80828
Contact Phone: (719) 775-2313
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Centennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. We believe in the preservation of human dignity, self respect and client rights. Clients are our highest priority. Clients are best served through collaboration. Centennial Mental Health Center is dedicated to maintaining communications with the public we serve and participating actively in our communities.
Dove Counseling Inc.
Location: Golden, CO - 80401
Contact Phone: (303) 216-9873
Website: http://dovetreatment.com/
Description: Dove Counseling, Inc. was established in 1998 and has been providing therapeutic services to both mandated and non-mandated clients since that time. Many of our staff come to the agency with a social work background, and that unique perspective is noticeable in our approach. We believe that people fulfill their potential when they are appreciated and respected, both by themselves and those around them. To help individuals attain their goals, Dove acknowledges the whole person, including the emotional, cognitive, physical, and spiritual self.
Right Avenue Counseling
Location: Centennial, CO - 80112
Contact Phone: (303) 694-3360
Website: http://www.racounseling.com/
Description: Since 2002, Right Avenue Counseling has provided innovative, cognitive behavioral education and treatment programs addressing violence and substance abuse issues.
Washington House Arapahoe House
Location: Commerce City, CO - 80022
Contact Phone: (303) 412-3818
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center, Dba The Center For Mental Health
Location: Delta, CO - 81416
Contact Phone: (970) 874-8981
Website: http://www.centermh.org/
Description: The Center for Mental Health has been providing behavioral health services in Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties since 1964. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and are governed by a board of directors representative of the area served.
A New Perspective Counseling Centers
Location: Fort Collins, CO - 80524
Contact Phone: (970) 419-1100
Website: http://www.anewperspectiveadmin.com/
Description: A New Perspective Counseling Centers, P.C. is a state-licensed treatment provider with trained and certified employees. A New Perspective has locations in Loveland, CO and Ft. Collins, CO. The Program Director at A New Perspective Counseling Centers, Anne Gleditsch, has over 20 years experience in Substance Abuse Counseling, a Masters of Psychology (M.A.) with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy - University of Northern Colorado, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.), a Certified Addictions Counselor III (C.A.C.III), a Sexual Abuse Specialist, and has Domestic Violence Certification. Our goal is to educate our clients while working toward goals that improve the quality of life of our clients. The safety of our clients and community is always our first and foremost priority. A New Perspective Counseling Center maintains a strong focus on the people who participate in it's programs. The "Solution-Focused Model of Therapy" is used where positive exceptions to problems and crises are identified. Therapy then focuses on building from these successes for an improved quality of life. Clients are recognized as the experts on their reality and guided in establishing their own goals and defining their solutions to problems and challenges. A New Perspective Counseling Center believes that people can truly work through difficult times and emerge with stronger and deeper commitments to family - with enhanced appreciation for life. Many factors in life may lead to increased use of drugs and/or alcohol. A New Perspective Counseling Center believes in exploring avenues such as stress & anger management, conflict resolution, family dynamics, workplace demands & depression. Participation of the entire family is encouraged and accommodated.
Wright Center Arapahoe House
Location: Wheat Ridge, CO - 80033
Contact Phone: (303) 657-3700
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: The Wright Center is a transitional residential treatment program in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Clients at the Wright Center are expected to demonstrate the motivation sufficient to maintain abstinence from use of alcohol and other drugs, to cooperate with mental health services when necessary, and to seek stable housing and employment as applicable. This program is designed to assist in improving mental and physical health, increased employment skills, reducing legal problems, and improving overall level of functioning in relationships. The program is open to both English and Spanish speaking men and women.
Aurora Center For Treatment Inc.
Location: Aurora, CO - 80015
Contact Phone: (303) 340-8990
Website: http://auroracenterfortreatment.com/
Description: For over twenty-five years, ACT has been at the forefront of community court ordered treatment. Our primary focus is the safety of the community. We offer group session counseling and education, individual counseling and parenting classes, and drug/alcohol testing.
(obhs) Denver Health Medical Center
Location: Denver, CO - 80204
Contact Phone: (303) 436-6000
Website: http://www.denverhealth.org/
Description: The Mental Health Services team of more than 20 psychologists and psychiatrists assesses, evaluates and treats patients with emotional and substance abuse disorders in a supportive and healing environment. Our comprehensive services include adult and adolescent inpatient services, community detoxification, outpatient therapy programs, psychiatric emergency services, and mobile crisis services.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. - Pueblo - East Evans Avenue Location
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81004
Contact Phone: (719) 566-0234
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment
Mind Springs Health - Walden Office
Location: Walden, CO - 80480
Contact Phone: (970) 723-0055
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Mind Springs Health - Steamboat Springs Office
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO - 80487
Contact Phone: (970) 879-2141
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Mind Springs Health - Meeker Office
Location: Meeker, CO - 81641
Contact Phone: (970) 878-5112
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Broadway Counseling Services - North Office
Location: Northglenn, CO - 80234
Contact Phone: (303) 252-4179
Website: http://www.broadwaycounseling.com/
Description: Broadway Counseling Services ( BCS ) has been providing alcohol and drug counseling treatment services in the Metro Denver area for over 18 years for persons charged with or convicted of DUI / DWI / DWAI / DUID or MIP. Our main facility is located in Denver very close to bus and light-rail lines. To better serve our clients, community and the courts, we opened a second location in Englewood in 2009 which is also very close to bus and light-rail lines. And now in 2011 we have opened a new Northglenn facility which is a very short distance from the Wagon Road RTD Park-n-Ride location to serve the residents north of the Metro area.
Running Creek Counseling Service
Location: Parker, CO - 80134
Contact Phone: (303) 805-1218
Website: http://www.rccounseling.com/
Description: Running Creek Counseling offers a full range of counseling services in a private and supportive environment. Our goal is to move individual's and families toward healthy lifestyles. This is accomplished through Running Creek Counseling's highly qualified staff and by offering a wide array of services to meet the needs of the community.
Men And Women Seeking Empowerment
Location: Lafayette, CO - 80026
Contact Phone: (303) 665-7037
Website: http://mwsempowerment.org/
Description: Through her multifaceted motivational interviewing therapeutic approach, Sharon counsels individuals and couples with a variety of mental health problems (complex PTSD, depression, bi-polar, and other mental health issues) as well as addiction therapy. Sharon specializes in desensitizing trauma with Thought Field Therapy, DBT, she is certified in EMDR – Level I and Level II as well as Complex Trauma, and can provide stalking assessments and safety plans. Sharon is an approved Supervisor for Domestic Violence and CAC Professionals.
University Of Colorado Denver School Of Medicine Department Of Psychiatry - Arts - Potomac Street Center
Location: Aurora, CO - 80012
Contact Phone: (303) 283-5991
Website: http://www.artstreatment.com/
Description: It is the mission of the Addiction Research and Treatment Services to save lives and improve the quality of life for persons struggling with substance abuse and dependence, through the application of empirically supported treatments. The Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS) is the clinical program of the Division of Substance Dependence, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. ARTS has provided residential and outpatient empirically supported substance abuse treatment services in Colorado for over 33 years, with an emphasis on psychosocial and pharmacological treatments for adolescents, women, men, families and those involved in the criminal justice system. ARTS is on the cutting edge of scientific research, medical education and clinical care for the purpose of reducing death and dying from addictive disorders.
Pfa Counseling And Assessment
Location: Aurora, CO - 80011
Contact Phone: (303) 202-0801
Website: http://www.pfacounselingandassessment.com/
Description: We are a private treatment agency dedicated to the development of innovative strategies for the mental, behavioral and emotional health of our clients and our community. We believe that within each individual lies the boundless potential to initial and sustain positive growth through psycho-education and therapy and a holistic approach to change.
Jireh Counseling Center
Location: Aurora, CO - 80010
Contact Phone: (303) 366-8424
Website: http://jcounselingcenter.webs.com/
Description: Jireh Counseling Center is a private practice and an ADAD Provisional State Licensed outpatient treatment facility that was founded in August 1995 in Aurora Colorado. It is the philosophy of Jireh Counseling Center, that all people are of value and that through the knowledge, insight, personal growth, and enrichment, effective community can be acheived. Jireh is a Hebrew name for Provider. While recognizing man's needs for cultural and spiritual sensitivity, Jireh encourages its clients to recognize their current limitations and devlop new thoughts and behaviors that lead them to a more prosperous and positive life style.
Creative Recovery Counseling
Location: Aurora, CO - 80014
Contact Phone: (303) 752-2390
Website: http://www.creativerecoverycounseling.net/
Description: Creative Recovery has experienced, licensed, and Masters' level clinicians with over 25 years of experience specializing in alcohol and substance abuse treatment in Denver. We provide affordable counseling, drug and alcohol education to individuals and families in Denver and surrounding areas. We utilize a variety of tools and techniques to create a customized treatment plan and cater to the individual's specific needs.
Denver Indian Health And Family Services Inc.
Location: Denver, CO - 80206
Contact Phone: (303) 953-6600
Website: http://www.dihfs.info/
Description: Our clinic provides culturally appropriate services that promote improved health and quality of life for American Indian families and individuals.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. - La Junta
Location: La Junta, CO - 81050
Contact Phone: (719) 383-0662
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. - Pueblo - Bonforte Blvd. Location
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81001
Contact Phone: (719) 404-1992
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment
Cripple Creek Rehab And Wellness Center
Location: Cripple Creek, CO - 80813
Contact Phone: (719) 689-2931
Website: http://www.stchsd.org/
Description: Cripple Creek Rehab and Wellness Center has been serving Teller County and the State of Colorado since 1975. CCRWC is a non-profit, Medicare/Medicaid certified, Skilled Nursing Facility. The Addiction and Recovery Program was initiated in May 1992 by the hospital district in response to a growing need for medically supervised substance abuse treatment
Empowerment Program
Location: Denver, CO - 80206
Contact Phone: (303) 320-1989
Website: http://www.empowermentprogram.org
Description: The Empowerment Program opened its doors in 1986 in response to a growing number of homeless women, women living in poverty, sex workers, and women involved in the criminal justice system. Throughout the past twenty-eight years, Empowerment has continued it's efforts to decrease the number of women living in poverty who have significant barriers to self-sufficiency due to involvement in the criminal justice system, substance abuse and violence, by providing onsite education, employment training, counseling, supportive services and long-term follow-up support services. The successful delivery of self-sufficiency services helps many women decrease or completely stop their criminal activities. Many of the women are homeless, are living with HIV/AIDS or are at high risk for HIV infection, are actively using drugs, are living with serious mental illness that is treated or untreated, are survivors of abusive relationships, or any combination of the above. We have provided street and community outreach activities since 1987. Support and education groups are provided in metropolitan area county jails, halfway houses for women leaving prison, shelters for homeless women and drug treatment programs. From 1993 to 1997, we provided Prevention Case Management services, through a cooperative agreement with CDC, focusing on African-American, Latinas and other women in the Denver metropolitan area whose behaviors placed them at high risk for HIV infection. In 1999, we conducted a Community Identification Project, in conjunction with Denver Public Health, to learn more about HIV transmission and African-American women and Latinas who use crack/cocaine. In response to the closure of the only community-based anonymous test site in Denver in 1998, in 1999, we began offering free, anonymous HIV tests at our offices.
Adolescent/adult Outpatient Arapahoe House
Location: Denver, CO - 80204
Contact Phone: (303) 657-3700
Website: https://www.arapahoehouse.org/
Description: Arapahoe House provides alcohol & drug treatment programs in Colorado and mental health services to vulnerable individuals and families. Since 1975, Arapahoe House has been empowering members of our community to find help, hope and healing from drugs and alcohol. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community every year. With 13 rehab centers in Colorado and more than 20 specialized services, Arapahoe House is Colorado's leading nonprofit provider of affordable drug and alcohol treatment and behavioral health services. We provide substance abuse illness treatment for women and their children, teens, adults and families to help save and rebuild lives. The nationally recognized programs of Arapahoe House are designed to meet the unique treatment needs of our clients to help give them a greater chance of recovery. Outpatient and intensive outpatient services allow the client to receive treatment and continue to live at home and attend school or work.
Mind Springs Health - Glenwood Springs Office
Location: Glenwood Springs, CO - 81601
Contact Phone: (970) 945-2583
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Genesis Counseling - Hugo
Location: Hugo, CO - 80821
Contact Phone: (719) 743-2459
Website: http://www.genesis-counseling.com/
Description: Genesis Counseling believes in helping others achieve a lifestyle free from violence and substance abuse through a program of action based on honesty, integrity and personal accountability. It is our goal to restore the dignity, respectability, personal pride, and peace of mind in our clients.
The Centre For Behavioral Health Porter Adventist Hospital
Location: Denver, CO - 80210
Contact Phone: (303) 778-5774
Website: http://www.porterhospital.org/
Description: You are not alone. Individuals and families from all walks of life face daily obstacles, emotional distress and the physical burdens of life altering circumstances, mental health issues and chemical dependency. The Centre for Behavioral Health at Porter Adventist Hospital provides confidential, compassionate and professional care, individualized to address your needs.
Choices In Living Counseling Centers
Location: Denver, CO - 80219
Contact Phone: (303) 937-7696
Website: http://www.choicesinlivingcounseling.com/
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Colorado Coalition For The Homeless
Location: Denver, CO - 80205
Contact Phone: (303) 293-2220
Website: http://www.coloradocoalition.org/
Description: The mission of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless is to work collaboratively toward the prevention of homelessness and the creation of lasting solutions for homeless and at-risk families, children, and individuals throughout Colorado. The Coalition provides comprehensive substance abuse services including daily recovery, education, and relapse prevention groups; individual counseling; housing assistance; crisis intervention; medication treatment; intensive care management; and referrals to community programs for individuals with drug and alcohol addictions, and for individuals with co-occurring addiction and mental illness disorders.
Healthone P/sl Behavioral Health
Location: Denver, CO - 80218
Contact Phone: (303) 869-2280
Website: http://www.healthonecares.com
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Behavior Services Institute Ccesj
Location: Denver, CO - 80218
Contact Phone: (303) 831-4500
Website: http://www.ccesj.org/
Description: At the Center for Community Excellence and Social Justice we are committed to providing a wide range of treatment options, flexible class schedules, and excellent group and individual sessions. We encourage our clients to be productive in society by teaching them the necessary skills they need in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Our goal is to reintegrate the client into society with a positive outlook and an enhanced personal resolve to become and remain a responsible, productive member of that society. Our highly credentialed staff apply cutting edge, evidence based practices in these endeavors.
Crossover Counseling Inc
Location: Denver, CO - 80210
Contact Phone: (303) 757-4700
Website: http://www.crossovercounselingcolorado.com/
Description: CrossOver Counseling and Dr. Michael Maggard have been providing addiction services in the Denver area for over 20 years. In addition to being CAC III certified to provide DUI Level II services, Michael holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology; the result being professional, high quality therapy and education at common market prices.
Bi Inc
Location: Denver, CO - 80204
Contact Phone: (303) 832-1144
Website: http://www.bi.com
Description: Established in 1978, BI Incorporated (BI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The GEO Group (NYSE: GEO), a global leader in the delivery of correctional, detention, and residential treatment services to federal, state, and local government agencies. BI provides a full continuum of offender monitoring technologies and community reentry services for parolees, probationers, pretrial defendants and illegal aliens involved in the U.S. immigration court process. BI also owns and operates an ISO-certified national monitoring center, providing 24/7 expert support supervision services exclusively to governmental agencies.
Phoenix Concept
Location: Denver, CO - 80205
Contact Phone: (303) 722-5746
Website: http://sobrietyhouse.org/
Description: Sobriety House announced in October 2007 its merger with The Phoenix Concept, a transitional residential treatment facility in downtown Denver. Sobriety House is the remaining corporate entity. Ray Haworth founded the Phoenix Concept, Inc. in 1988 with the mission of providing addiction recovery and safe refuge to homeless men. The Phoenix Concept provides six months of residential and ongoing outpatient services to men suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, and mental health issues. It is also licensed to offer assisted living.
Colorado Moves
Location: Denver, CO - 80219
Contact Phone: (303) 934-7050
Website: http://coloradomovescounseling.org/
Description: Colorado Moves Counseling Center is dedicated to providing quality, compassionate counseling for clients ordered through the judicial system as well as for volunteers. Our commitment to excellence has been demonstrated through our 20 years of service to the greater Denver Metro area and all surrounding counties.
Wray Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Wray, CO - 80758
Contact Phone: (970) 332-3133
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Centennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. We believe in the preservation of human dignity, self respect and client rights. Clients are our highest priority. Clients are best served through collaboration. Centennial Mental Health Center is dedicated to maintaining communications with the public we serve and participating actively in our communities.
Substance Abuse Services Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Julesburg, CO - 80737
Contact Phone: (970) 474-3769
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Centennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. We believe in the preservation of human dignity, self respect and client rights. Clients are our highest priority. Clients are best served through collaboration. Centennial Mental Health Center is dedicated to maintaining communications with the public we serve and participating actively in our communities.
Personal Growth Counseling, Llc
Location: Grand Junction, CO - 81504
Contact Phone: (970) 523-5282
Website: http://www.pgcgj.com/
Description: Personal Growth Counseling, LLC was founded in July of 2004 to help people improve their lives through personal growth and discovery. We offer clients a warm and safe environment in which to work and learn about themselves. There are a number of services available at times convenient to your schedule. Small evening and weekend classes and groups are offered.
Parkview Adult Chem Dependency Services
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81008
Contact Phone: (719) 584-4343
Website: http://www.parkviewmc.com/
Description: The Chemical Dependency Unit (CDU) is a 30 bed inpatient unit which offers a full range of care for adults in immediate need of medical detoxification, evaluation and crisis stabilization. This is a voluntary program. A substance abuse evaluation must be completed by the Emergency Department to determine the level of care to be provided prior to admission to the program.
Fresh Start Inc
Location: Denver, CO - 80204
Contact Phone: (303) 886-3077
Website: http://freshstartdenver.org/
Description: Fresh Start was established in 1994 as a Colorado non-profit organization that provided community based intervention and treatment services to delinquent and high risk youth involved in the juvenile justice system and/or child welfare. It operated as an Adolescent Day Treatment Program and was licensed as an Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Treatment program. In addition, there was an on-site academic program approved by the Colorado Department of Education. In 2005, Fresh Start became the lead agency of the Capitol Hill-Central Denver Family to Family Collaborative program to build neighborhood services and resources that keep children safe, promoting healthy and stable families. In 2008, a generous offer for the Fresh Start building and property was accepted by the Fresh Start Board of Directors After careful deliberation, the Board decided against relocating the day treatment and onsite school program. As a result of a strategic planning process, in 2010 Fresh Start’s new mission that refocuses its work with adolescents to a mission that is more family and community centered. During this time period Fresh Start assisted numerous Family programs, often hand in hand with the city of Denver and other family focused organizations. As our involvement in the Sun Valley community continued to deepen Fresh Start began an active search for location that would house our programming the Sun Valley community. In 2013 we moved into our new location on Holden avenue and opened our doors (and urban garden) to the community.
Denver Area Youth Services (days)
Location: Denver, CO - 80204
Contact Phone: (303) 698-2300
Website: http://www.denveryouth.org
Description: DAYS was founded in 1982 as a community-based, human services organization, specializing in foster care and the needs of the Latino community. Over the last 30 years, DAYS has responded to the changing needs of the community and remains committed to offering relevant and meaningful programming to children, youth and families in and around the Denver Metropolitan Area.
Associates For Psychotherapy And Education Pc
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81004
Contact Phone: (719) 564-9039
Website: http://www.aforp.com
Description: The decision to seek psychological services is a difficult one. This decision seems to go against our sense of autonomy, independence and self-sufficiency. Yet, people everywhere realize that successful living often requires that we ask for help. Having made a decision to seek help from Associates for Psychotherapy and Education, most people find their fears melted away and their lives expanded. Our goal is to promote individual and family wellness by providing the highest quality psychological and educational services with integrity, efficiency, competence and respect. Strength, self-knowing, concern for others, courage, and a willingness to seek personal change all are qualities we encourage and support in our work with people. You must take the first step by deciding to ask for help. Associates for Psychotherapy and Education employs the philosophy of solution oriented approaches to change. We believe the resources for adequate problem solving reside with the individual. Our role is to assist the individual in accessing those resources so that the solutions are in accord with the personality and life of the individual. You will find the staff of Associates to be practical, experienced, compassionate, trustworthy, and effective. It is our goal that your experience with our whole team be one of being treated respectfully, professionally, and competently. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you.
Rangeview Counseling Center
Location: Fraser, CO - 80442
Contact Phone: (303) 447-2038
Website: http://rangeviewcounselingcenter.com/
Description: Rangeview Counseling Center believes that effective treatment requires, first and foremost, full respect for all who enter our agency for help – regardless of the specific need. The 3 R’s at Rangeview are: Respect. Relationship. Responsibility. Rangeview is a safe place in which clients can explore life issues. Clients’ confidentiality is of upmost importance to all of our staff. At Rangeview, counselors guide and motivate clients in how to best use their strengths and resources to achieve desired outcomes. Treatment is matched to the needs and goals of each client. Our programs and treatment strategies emphasize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and utilize Motivational Interviewing, as well as Body/Mind Integration. Rangeview Counseling Center staff are professionally licensed therapists and/or Certified Addiction Counselors. In this time of tough financial realities for many people, we offer a sliding fee scale to those who qualify. Our agency is licensed and regulated by the Colorado Division of Behavioral Health. Our Boulder License is No. 1171-00; and our Fraser License is No. 1171-01.
Bi Day Reporting Center Northglenn Bi Inc
Location: Northglenn, CO - 80233
Contact Phone: (303) 457-9576
Website: http://www.bi.com
Description: Established in 1978, BI Incorporated (BI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The GEO Group (NYSE: GEO), a global leader in the delivery of correctional, detention, and residential treatment services to federal, state, and local government agencies. BI provides a full continuum of offender monitoring technologies and community reentry services for parolees, probationers, pretrial defendants and illegal aliens involved in the U.S. immigration court process. BI also owns and operates an ISO-certified national monitoring center, providing 24/7 expert support supervision services exclusively to governmental agencies.
Awareness Institute Inc
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81004
Contact Phone: (719) 546-0904
Website: http://www.awarenessinst.com/
Description: The Awareness Institute was established in 1979. In serving Pueblo for over 30 years, The Awareness Institute has established and maintained a level of service that speaks for itself. We treat all our clientele with respect and courtesy that is unmatched. We understand that those who seek our services would like to achieve their goal(s) with their dignity intact. We DO NOT judge or discriminate against those in need. We believe in achieving enlightenment through education and therapy is the most constructive approach (Motivational Interviewing) so that individuals may make intelligent decisions that benefit not only themselves but all interested parties instead of blind dictation. To re-enforce this point, a house is used to conduct therapy and education to convey a sense of family ambiance and to remind staff of our overall objective in this regard.
Genesis Counseling
Location: Westminster, CO - 80003
Contact Phone: (303) 487-0090
Website: http://www.genesis-counseling.com/
Description: Genesis Counseling believes in helping others achieve a lifestyle free from violence and substance abuse through a program of action based on honesty, integrity and personal accountability. It is our goal to restore the dignity, respectability, personal pride, and peace of mind in our clients.
Turning Point Center For Youth & Family Development
Location: Fort Collins, CO - 80524
Contact Phone: (970) 221-0550
Website: http://www.turningpnt.org
Description: Turning Point is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of youth and their families. Our programs are designed with teens and families in mind. We know life can be tough, and we'll help you find your way. We Turn Lives Around…Our programs offer youth and families hope by giving them skills to make better decisions and healthier life choices. Therapeutic treatment and support combine to offer a brighter future for each of the kids in our care.
Jacob Center
Location: Fort Collins, CO - 80524
Contact Phone: (970) 484-8427
Website: http://www.jacobcenter.org/
Description: The Jacob Center was founded in 1988 by three Social Workers. Jacob, a family name, is historically associated with healing and also refers to an ancient surveying instrument (a Jacob Staff) whereby people could get their bearings. Our mission is working with youth, families, and the community to inspire positive and long-lasting change.
Crossover Counseling, Inc. - Greenwood Village
Location: Greenwood Village, CO - 80111
Contact Phone: (720) 244-4963
Website: http://www.crossovercounselingcolorado.com/
Description: CrossOver Counseling and Dr. Michael Maggard have been providing addiction services in the Denver area for over 20 years. In addition to being CAC III certified to provide DUI Level II services, Michael holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology; the result being professional, high quality therapy and education at common market prices.
Recovery Systems Pc
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80905
Contact Phone: (719) 578-5433
Website: http://www.recovery-systems.org/
Description: Our mission is whole person wellness, freedom and empowerment. Using modern tools to foster recovery from substance related problems we support community, family and personal growth. Our goal is to teach balance by focusing on the mental, physical and spiritual (psychological, biological and social) aspects of our client's lives. Recognizing old patterns, experiencing life, while learning to apply modern recovery techniques, our clients evolve. Ongoing recovery systems are provided locally by staff through workshops, seminars and community involvement.
(resada) Region Six Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Las Animas, CO - 81054
Contact Phone: (719) 456-2600
Website: http://www.resada.org/
Description: A non-profit corporation, founded in 1977. Owned by Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero and Prowers counties and situated in Southeast Colorado. Principal service area is Sub-State Planning Area 4 (SSPA4) consisting of Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero, Prowers Las Animas, Pueblo, Huerfano, Costilla, Conejos, Alamosa, Rio Grande, Mineral, and Saguache counties. Licensed by Division of Behavioral Health (DBH) of the Colorado Department of Health. Counselors are certified per DBH requirements and guidelines. Funding is obtained from collection of client fees, donations from cities and counties in the service area, donations from private and public organizations, and individual donations and grants. Partial funding is received through contractual arrangements for services per treatment episode with managed care agencies (MSO's) within in the State of Colorado.
Mind Springs Health
Location: Rifle, CO - 81650
Contact Phone: (970) 625-3582
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Newchoices Cedar Springs Behavioral Health System
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80906
Contact Phone: (719) 633-4114
Website: http://www.cedarspringsbhs.com/
Description: New Choices: Inpatient, specialized services for adults with substance abuse challenges (if necessary – medical detoxification is available), including those dually diagnosed with bipolar, depression, and anxiety disorders. Our substance abuse treatment program provides an intensive therapeutic environment in which patients can take the first steps toward lasting change. Individual and family sessions are coupled with psycho-educational programming and the 12-step model of recovery. Licensed therapists specializing in addictions, trauma, and mental health work along with skilled nurses to provide treatment under the direction of qualified psychiatrists. Treatment also includes education on the disease concept of substance abuse, cognitive behavioral skill building and therapy, cue therapy, anger and domestic violence management, marital and family counseling, and leisure/life skills. Program average length of stay is 28-30 days, but length of stay is tailored to the individual.
Horizon Counseling And Education Center
Location: Lakewood, CO - 80235
Contact Phone: (303) 716-3326
Website: http://www.horizoncaec.com/
Description: Horizon Counseling and Education Center, LLC is a client-centered, full-service agency licensed by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division of Colorado. At Horizon Counseling and Education Center, we strive to make our classes/groups a positive learning experience, to minimize the additional stress that individuals and families encounter while addressing legal matters, substance use patterns, domestic violence and every day life. We treat every individual, regardless of circumstance, with respect and dignity. It is our goal to provide information and education as well as a support system throughout your entire program.
San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group
Location: Antonito, CO - 81120
Contact Phone: (719) 376-2511
Website: http://slvbhg.org/
Description: The San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group inspires hope, healing and well-being for the citizens of the San Luis Valley. Our services make it possible for individuals and families to survive and thrive in our communities, to avoid frequent hospitalizations, to build supportive relationships and to work successfully toward well-being. We work with consumers as whole persons, integrating treatment and resources to support healthy minds, bodies and spirits. We provide second chances to men and women in the criminal justice system, those with mental health and substance abuse problems so they too can become productive citizens. We create innovative prevention services to create healthier schools, workplaces and communities for our youth and families. and support volunteers who mentor youth, volunteer in hospitals, senior centers, and libraries making a difference in people’s lives.
Community Education Centers, Inc. - Community Alternatives Of El Paso County (cae)
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80906
Contact Phone: (719) 390-1303
Website: http://www.cecintl.com/
Description: Community Education Centers, Inc. (CEC) is a leading provider of reentry treatment and education services for adult correctional populations throughout the United States. CEC is firmly committed to partnering with government agencies to provide intensive reentry treatment and education programs that focus on changing addictive and criminal behaviors, preparing offenders for reentry, and ultimately reducing recidivism. CAE opened in 1998, providing El Paso County, and the State of Colorado with alternative sentencing options for convicted felons in Colorado Springs and the surrounding area. CAE's mission is to provide our residents with the knowledge and skills necessary to lead a productive lifestyle prior to reintegration into the community. CAE provides a wide array of residential reentry treatment services designed to reduce recidivism and develop pro-recovery skills of our residents. CAE serves individuals transitioning from a Colorado Department of Corrections facility and is the largest service provider in the State of Colorado for male parole violators under the CRCF Program. CAE also serves individuals sentenced directly from the courts of the 4th Judicial District Diversion Program.
Confidential Health Consultants
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80903
Contact Phone: (719) 578-9888
Website: http://chcpc.com/
Description: We offer mental health, substance abuse treatment, medication evaluation and management, and drug testing. We accept most insurance plans, we also have flexible fee schedules for certain services and flexible appointment times.
Detox West Arapahoe House
Location: Wheat Ridge, CO - 80033
Contact Phone: (303) 657-3700
Website: http://www.arapahoehouse.org
Description: Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues. We have help people in our community, our friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery. Today, we help more than 15,000 members of our community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year.
Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Holyoke, CO - 80734
Contact Phone: (970) 854-2114
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Centennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. We believe in the preservation of human dignity, self respect and client rights. Clients are our highest priority. Clients are best served through collaboration. Centennial Mental Health Center is dedicated to maintaining communications with the public we serve and participating actively in our communities.
Journeys Counseling Center Inc
Location: Woodland Park, CO - 80863
Contact Phone: (719) 687-6927
Website: http://www.journeyscounselingcenter.com/
Description: Because of life circumstances, we sometimes find ourselves out of balance...needing guidance...support... feeling depleted of resources...turned upside down... devoid of skills.... unable to pull it together...overwhelmed...stuck. Stress or life transitions can create struggles, challenges and confusion. You may feel insecure, anxious, frustrated, angry, embittered, discouraged. You may even feel spiritually adrift. Journeys Counseling Center, Inc. offers counseling and life-coaching to assist you in moving away from, and healing, these experiences and discovering solutions. Allow us to be your partner and guide. At Journeys Counseling Center, Inc., we teach you tools, skills and resources to live your best life. We guide, support and coach you along the path you desire, to become the most authentic version of yourself as possible. We are commited to providing professional, confidential, compassionate counseling and life-coaching for people in need of assistance in managing life issues and in finding the needed motivationand skills. We help you transition from where you are to where you want to be.
Alpine Springs Counseling, P.c. - Eagle Office
Location: Eagle, CO - 81631
Contact Phone: (970) 949-1290
Website: http://www.alpinespringscounseling.com/
Description: Alpine Springs Counseling, P.C. provides state certified substance abuse treatment, board approved domestic violence treatment and psychological services. Our staff is strongly committed to delivering professional services in a multitude of clinical settings. We have, over the years, developed strong working relationships with agencies and organizations in our community and throughout the State of Colorado. Alpine Springs Counseling, P.C. offers culturally sensitive, evidence-based behavioral health care services and is licensed by the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health (OBH). Service programs are available for Adults and Adolescents. We provide treatment solutions that promote safety, recovery and hope in our communities.
Centennial Mental Health Center Inc
Location: Burlington, CO - 80807
Contact Phone: (719) 346-8183
Website: http://www.centennialmhc.org
Description: Centennial Mental Health Center (CMHC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality comprehensive mental health services to the rural communities of northeastern Colorado. We believe in the preservation of human dignity, self respect and client rights. Clients are our highest priority. Clients are best served through collaboration. Centennial Mental Health Center is dedicated to maintaining communications with the public we serve and participating actively in our communities.
Bi Inc
Location: Aurora, CO - 80011
Contact Phone: (303) 699-8181
Website: http://www.bi.com
Description: Established in 1978, BI Incorporated (BI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The GEO Group (NYSE: GEO), a global leader in the delivery of correctional, detention, and residential treatment services to federal, state, and local government agencies. BI provides a full continuum of offender monitoring technologies and community reentry services for parolees, probationers, pretrial defendants and illegal aliens involved in the U.S. immigration court process. BI also owns and operates an ISO-certified national monitoring center, providing 24/7 expert support supervision services exclusively to governmental agencies.
Journeys Counseling Center Inc
Location: Cripple Creek, CO - 80813
Contact Phone: (719) 687-6927
Website: http://www.journeyscounselingcenter.com/
Description: Because of life circumstances, we sometimes find ourselves out of balance...needing guidance...support... feeling depleted of resources...turned upside down... devoid of skills.... unable to pull it together...overwhelmed...stuck. Stress or life transitions can create struggles, challenges and confusion. You may feel insecure, anxious, frustrated, angry, embittered, discouraged. You may even feel spiritually adrift. Journeys Counseling Center, Inc. offers counseling and life-coaching to assist you in moving away from, and healing, these experiences and discovering solutions. Allow us to be your partner and guide. At Journeys Counseling Center, Inc., we teach you tools, skills and resources to live your best life. We guide, support and coach you along the path you desire, to become the most authentic version of yourself as possible. We are commited to providing professional, confidential, compassionate counseling and life-coaching for people in need of assistance in managing life issues and in finding the needed motivationand skills. We help you transition from where you are to where you want to be.
Mind Springs Health - Craig Office
Location: Craig, CO - 81625
Contact Phone: (970) 824-6541
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc.
Location: Trinidad, CO - 81082
Contact Phone: (719) 846-4481
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment.
Harmony Foundation Inc
Location: Estes Park, CO - 80517
Contact Phone: (970) 586-4491
Website: http://www.harmonyfoundationinc.com
Description: Harmony views addiction - whether to alcohol or other drugs (amphetamines, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, meth or prescription medications) - as a medical disease. We know that as the disease progresses, it has dramatic, often devastating consequences that impact important areas of life - health, jobs, finances, relationships and value systems. Our method of treatment at Harmony is designed to address the physical, emotional, spiritual and psychosocial aspects of the disease at our affordable rehab center. We believe our residential treatment program and other services such as our aftercare program and family program offer a strong foundation for long-term, sustained recovery at a lower cost. With guided help and through a process of on-going change, our clients find their way back to the responsible, productive, and caring individuals they know themselves to be. We know that chemical dependency is a chronic, progressive disease. However, it is a disease from which millions can and do recover. As with other chronic illnesses, such as diabetes or heart disease, this disease responds well when it is actively treated on a regular basis. By assuming that responsibility, chemically dependent people can keep their disease in remission and enjoy personal, rewarding lives in recovery beginning in our residential treatment program.
Dynamic Directions Counseling Inc
Location: Castle Rock, CO - 80104
Contact Phone: (303) 688-1116
Website: http://www.dynamicdirectionscounseling.com
Description: Founded in 1981 by Dr. Linda Grace CAC III, NCAC II, Dynamic Directions is a state licensed outpatient program designed to educate and treat all aspects of substance abuse including DUI convictions. The new owner and clincial supervisor Mark Putnoy MSW CACIII LAC wants those inquires to know that Our staff "Walks the Walk" and has personally accepted ownership of their past alcohol and drug issues. We can empathize with everyone who has made a bad decision by getting behind the wheel after having a few drinks, or with those who have an alcohol or drug dependence - "We have been there." We are dedicated to our clients achieving a better quality of life. Our intention is that each of us deserves a safe, professional, empathetic environment to overcome adversity. Our committment is to see you through the program successfully. Consistency is the key, one therapist from beginning to end ,contributing to your knowledge and awareness about the system, yourself and the community. We are not the new kids on the block, and for 30 years we have been offering affordable services focusing on the needs of the changing community and we continue to get it Right!
Aquarius Center Sami Arapahoe/douglas Mental Health Network
Location: Littleton, CO - 80120
Contact Phone: (303) 730-8858
Website: http://www.admhn.org
Description: Since 1977, the Aquarius Center at Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network has also been effectively treating individuals who are dually diagnosed; that is, those who are challenged by both mental illness and addiction. As the first outpatient program in Colorado to integrate treatment for both chemical dependency and mental health issues, we focus on treating each individual's underlying mental illness and substance abuse problem at the same time. This fosters a more successful recovery. Our programs are "evidenced-based," which means that they have been proven to work.
San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group
Location: Center, CO - 81125
Contact Phone: (719) 754-3927
Website: http://slvbhg.org/
Description: The San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group inspires hope, healing and well-being for the citizens of the San Luis Valley. Our services make it possible for individuals and families to survive and thrive in our communities, to avoid frequent hospitalizations, to build supportive relationships and to work successfully toward well-being. We work with consumers as whole persons, integrating treatment and resources to support healthy minds, bodies and spirits. We provide second chances to men and women in the criminal justice system, those with mental health and substance abuse problems so they too can become productive citizens. We create innovative prevention services to create healthier schools, workplaces and communities for our youth and families. and support volunteers who mentor youth, volunteer in hospitals, senior centers, and libraries making a difference in people’s lives.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc.
Location: Walsenburg, CO - 81089
Contact Phone: (719) 738-2076
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment.
Bair Counseling Center
Location: Frisco, CO - 80443
Contact Phone: (970) 668-3996
Website: http://baircounseling.com/
Description: Don't let money stop you from seeking help. I accept most insurances and if you don't have insurance I work on a sliding fee scale.
Adult Youth Counseling Services, Inc. - Pueblo West
Location: Pueblo West, CO - 81007
Contact Phone: (719) 583-8222
Website: http://adultyouthcounselingservices.com/
Description: Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., is guided by a philosophy that can be summarized in two key words: Quality and Affordability. Drug addicts and alcoholics are perceived as having an illness with no desirable onset involving people and their relationships in their environment. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc. believes that if substance abuse clients are educated and understand the consequences of its use and abuse, they will have the opportunity and avenue to make a change. In the absence of a timely and effective intervention treatment, the illness can progressively incapacitate and finally destroy its victims. For a treatment purpose, Chemical Dependency is defined as any degree (mild, moderate, or severe) of substance use which results in emotional or physical interpersonal dysfunction, or where a substance is used to any degree in order to maintain or improve one’s functioning. The achievement of a positive treatment outcome is related to development of motivation within the client to participate personally in his/her own rehabilitation. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., intention is to ensure that obstacles creating problems, for clients seeking help from the program, be minimized or eliminated. We believe that all human beings have a right to treatment.
A New Perspective Counseling Centers - Windsor Office
Location: Windsor, CO - 80550
Contact Phone: (970) 686-8898
Website: http://www.anewperspectiveadmin.com/
Description: A New Perspective Counseling Centers, P.C. is a state-licensed treatment provider with trained and certified employees. A New Perspective has locations in Loveland, CO and Ft. Collins, CO. The Program Director at A New Perspective Counseling Centers, Anne Gleditsch, has over 20 years experience in Substance Abuse Counseling, a Masters of Psychology (M.A.) with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy - University of Northern Colorado, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.), a Certified Addictions Counselor III (C.A.C.III), a Sexual Abuse Specialist, and has Domestic Violence Certification. Our goal is to educate our clients while working toward goals that improve the quality of life of our clients. The safety of our clients and community is always our first and foremost priority. A New Perspective Counseling Center maintains a strong focus on the people who participate in it's programs. The "Solution-Focused Model of Therapy" is used where positive exceptions to problems and crises are identified. Therapy then focuses on building from these successes for an improved quality of life. Clients are recognized as the experts on their reality and guided in establishing their own goals and defining their solutions to problems and challenges. A New Perspective Counseling Center believes that people can truly work through difficult times and emerge with stronger and deeper commitments to family - with enhanced appreciation for life. Many factors in life may lead to increased use of drugs and/or alcohol. A New Perspective Counseling Center believes in exploring avenues such as stress & anger management, conflict resolution, family dynamics, workplace demands & depression. Participation of the entire family is encouraged and accommodated.
Yampa Valley Psychotherapists
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO - 80477
Contact Phone: (970) 870-9454
Website: http://www.yampavalleypsych.com/
Description: At Yampa Valley Psychotherapists, located in Craig, Colorado and serving Steamboat Springs, Colorado, we are here to assist you with your counseling needs. We specialize in addiction and abuse counseling as well as family, marriage and individualized psychotherapy. Michael Toothaker, M.S., CAC III and Gary Gurney, M.A., L.P.C., CAC III are the Yampa Valley Psychotherapists. Gary splits his time between Steamboat and Craig. Either counselor can be seen by appointment.
Mind Springs Health - Rangely Office
Location: Rangely, CO - 81648
Contact Phone: (970) 675-8411
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Counseling Center Of The Rockies/north
Location: Westminster, CO - 80031
Contact Phone: (303) 412-7723
Website: http://www.counselingcenteroftherockies.com/
Description: Counseling Center of the Rockies offers several different types of substance abuse counseling in a caring and friendly environment. Our mission is to provide the opportunity for each client to achieve growth and change which will have a positive effect throughout their lifetime. We are licensed by the Colorado Division of Behavioral Health in the following areas: Level I Education, Level II Education, Level II Therapy, Level II Enhanced Therapy, and Non-DUI Outpatient Therapy. We also offer one on one and family counseling for those with substance abuse concerns.
A Turning Point
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80918
Contact Phone: (719) 550-1011
Website: http://aturningpointcs.org/
Description: A Turning Point of Colorado Springs provides a safe and freindly enviorment to promote a healthy recovery. Offering a wide variety of services, including court ordered Level 2 DUI classes, A Turning Point strives in the sucess of our clients
Bridge To Awareness Counseling Center Inc
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80903
Contact Phone: (719) 347-1642
Website: http://www.drugtreatmentcoloradosprings.com/
Description: If you're in need of a Colorado Springs, CO, counselor, choose Bridge to Awareness Counseling Center for compassionate care focused on your needs. Life can be stressful for even the strongest and most well-adjusted people. Whether you're experiencing anxiety, depression, or are having trouble coping with a particular situation or event, we can help.
Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center, Dba The Center For Mental Health
Location: Gunnison, CO - 81230
Contact Phone: (970) 641-0229
Website: http://www.centermh.org/
Description: The Center for Mental Health has been providing behavioral health services in Delta, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Montrose, Ouray, and San Miguel Counties since 1964. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and are governed by a board of directors representative of the area served.
Colorado Springs Va Clinic
Location: Colorado Springs, CO - 80905
Contact Phone: (719) 327-5660
Website: http://www.denver.va.gov/
Description: Since 1951 the Eastern Colorado Healthcare System has provided quality care to veterans of our community and surrounding areas. From surgery to diagnostics, primary care to rehabilitation, depend on us for care focused on America's heroes - focused on you!
Creative Treatment Options
Location: Arvada, CO - 80003
Contact Phone: (303) 467-2624
Website: http://creativetreatmentoptions.com/
Description: Creative Treatment Options (CTO) is a state licensed, outpatient mental health and drug/alcohol abuse treatment agency with offices located in Arvada and Lakewood, Colorado. The agency meets all of the licensure and certification requirements as outlined by the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH) of the Colorado State Health Department.
Serenity At Stout Street
Location: Commerce City, CO - 80022
Contact Phone: (303) 468-6188
Website: http://www.stoutstreet.org
Description: Serenity recognizes substance abuse as a spiritual, social, physical and family problem. We strive to reinforce clients’ strengths and hopes while providing skills to live a life of recovery. Our 28-day IRT program provides intensive inpatient services to adult men and women who have identified substance abuse as a major life problem. Take 28 days to care for yourself and begin to recover from addiction! Here at Serenity we assist clients to maximize their strengths while allowing them to express themselves in a safe environment. We take a biopsychosocial assessment of their interpersonal needs as well as their goals to be successful in their recovery and their lives. Visits from family and friends are encouraged to be a part of the client's recovery process and additional resources may be available.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc.
Location: Alamosa, CO - 81101
Contact Phone: (719) 589-5176
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment.
Arvada Counseling Center
Location: Arvada, CO - 80003
Contact Phone: (303) 420-4494
Website: http://www.arvadacounselingcenter.com/
Description: The Arvada Counseling Center, Inc began to serve clients in 1971 that were referred by the courts for classes and therapy related to drunk driving violations. Our office has always provided services in the areas of drug and alcohol counseling as well as marital and family therapy. In 1984, Arvada Counseling Center, Inc was certified by Boulder County Judicial District to provide services to domestic violence court ordered perpetrators and victims. The Arvada Counseling Center Inc., still provides all of these services and also offers counseling in the areas of individual sessions, couples counseling, family counseling, and adolescent drug and alcohol counseling. We have been able to provide high quality services at costs within the budgets of our clients. Our purpose is to quickly intervene to improve the personal and social functioning of all clients. We seek to do this by recognizing the individual worth and dignity of each client, and encourage him/her to determine his/her own future course of direction.
West Pines Behavioral Health
Location: Wheat Ridge, CO - 80033
Contact Phone: (303) 467-4000
Website: http://www.westpinesrecovery.org/
Description: Mental illness and addiction affect millions of people every day. Since 1988, West Pines has provided hope, healing, and recovery for patients and their loved ones. Our qualified medical and clinical teams serve adults ages 18 and older with mental illness or chemical dependency concerns. We also offer integrated treatment for people with co-occuring diagnoses who are affected by both chemical dependency and an emotional or psychiatric disorder. Our holistic approach to treatment focuses on the physical, emotional, social and spiritual well being of each of our patients.
Adolescent And Family Institute Of Colorado, Inc.
Location: Wheat Ridge, CO - 80033
Contact Phone: (303) 238-1231
Website: http://www.aficonline.com/
Description: At the Adolescent and Family Institute of Colorado, Inc., our treatment program for teens embodies a dual diagnostic approach: mental health, substance abuse/drug rehabilitation, mood /emotional, behavioral and family adjustment problems are the focus of care. We are a specialized treatment facility with residential inpatient, residential, partial care, intensive outpatient, and aftercare outpatient levels of care. We believe that if a young person is having problems coping with his or her life situation, it is the entire family's problem. Our unique, carefully conceived program addresses this emphasis.
Adolescent Substance Abuse Program Denver Family Therapy Center Inc
Location: Wheat Ridge, CO - 80033
Contact Phone: (303) 456-0600
Website: http://www.denverfamilytherapycenter.com/
Description: Denver Family Therapy Center offers the highest quality of counseling services available. Since 1993, we have provided superior service to our customers and have assisted them in achieving their goals. Our nineteen years of experience and commitment to excellence have earned us the reputation as one of the best Counseling Centers in the Denver Metro area. ASAP provides treatment and support for adolescents and their families struggling with substance abuse and dependency. ASAP is licensed through the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD) of Colorado, offers a central location, and is approved by most insurance companies and juvenile probation departments. ASAP is directed and operated by masters level therapists who are Certified Addictions Counselors.
Arapahoe/douglas Mental Health Network
Location: Littleton, CO - 80120
Contact Phone: (303) 730-8858
Website: http://www.admhn.org
Description: Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network provides a wide variety of mental health and substance use services, including individual, family, marital and group counseling, therapy, psychiatry and emergency programs. As a private, nonprofit mental health provider for more than 55 years, we've been serving the children, teens, adults, seniors and families in our community — and beyond.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc.
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81001
Contact Phone: (719) 546-6666
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment.
Mental Health Center Of Denver
Location: Denver, CO - 80222
Contact Phone: (303) 504-6500
Website: http://mhcd.org/
Description: The Mental Health Center of Denver is known nationally and locally as a model for innovative and effective community behavioral healthcare. It’s a place where recovery happens. Our comprehensive system of integrated services uses a strength-based culture to engage consumers in their own personal recovery plan. Our goal is to enable adults to live more fulfilling and productive lives, children to be more resilient, and families to be happier and healthier. Founded in 1989, the Mental Health Center of Denver is the community mental health provider for the City and County of Denver. The Mental Health Center of Denver is not a city or state agency. We are a private, not-for-profit organization 501(c)(3) that has a contract with the State of Colorado to serve the mental health needs of the citizens in the City and County of Denver. Our mission—Enriching Lives and Minds by Focusing on Strengths and Recovery—guides our approach to treatment and underpins our philosophy that people can, and do, recover from mental illness and that treatment works. The Mental Health Center of Denver makes a difference in the lives of thousands of people every year. We envision a future in which the stigma of mental illness and addictions are lessened, in which individuals are diagnosed early and receive effective and compassionate treatment so that they can live full lives and achieve their personal goals. We know that people can recover from mental illness and that treatment works to improve the lives of people of all ages. Through multiple community sites, mental health providers in 18 Denver public schools, collaborations with community partnerships and home-based outreach, we provide a comprehensive, innovative and accessible array of mental health, substance abuse and integrated healthcare services to over 21,000 people annually. The Mental Health Center of Denver is proud to be known as the place “Where Recovery Happens.”
Behavioral Health Services Denver Health Community Detoxification
Location: Denver, CO - 80204
Contact Phone: (303) 436-3500
Website: http://www.denverhealth.org
Description: Denver CARES is a 100-bed, non-medical, clinically managed treatment facility, whose mission to provide a safe detoxification for public inebriates, and to provide assessment, education, motivational counseling, and residential treatment. Denver CARES operates 24/7, with a staff of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, Behavioral Health technicians, and addiction counselors. Licensed clinical social workers are also available through Denver Health Medical Center. Denver CARES provides non-medical, clinically managed detoxification from alcohol and drugs in a clean and safe environment. All clients are provided sleeping accommodations and well-balanced meals during their stay. Certified addiction counselors provide initial education and counseling regarding addiction and recovery, and treatment referrals are provided to all clients.
Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc.
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81008
Contact Phone: (719) 545-1181
Website: http://www.crossroadstp.org/
Description: Providing services for over 32 years, Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. (CTP) is southern Colorado’s largest evidence-based alcohol and substance abuse treatment organization with services in twelve counties. CTP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, licensed by Colorado, with comprehensive services in prevention, intervention, and co-occurring treatment.
Mind Springs Health - Basalt Office
Location: Basalt, CO - 81621
Contact Phone: (970) 920-5555
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.
Adult/youth Counseling Services Inc
Location: Pueblo, CO - 81003
Contact Phone: (719) 583-8222
Website: http://adultyouthcounselingservices.com/
Description: Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., is guided by a philosophy that can be summarized in two key words: Quality and Affordability. Drug addicts and alcoholics are perceived as having an illness with no desirable onset involving people and their relationships in their environment. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc. believes that if substance abuse clients are educated and understand the consequences of its use and abuse, they will have the opportunity and avenue to make a change. In the absence of a timely and effective intervention treatment, the illness can progressively incapacitate and finally destroy its victims. For a treatment purpose, Chemical Dependency is defined as any degree (mild, moderate, or severe) of substance use which results in emotional or physical interpersonal dysfunction, or where a substance is used to any degree in order to maintain or improve one’s functioning. The achievement of a positive treatment outcome is related to development of motivation within the client to participate personally in his/her own rehabilitation. Adult/Youth Counseling Services, Inc., intention is to ensure that obstacles creating problems, for clients seeking help from the program, be minimized or eliminated. We believe that all human beings have a right to treatment.
Mind Springs Health - Frisco Office
Location: Frisco, CO - 80443
Contact Phone: (970) 668-3478
Website: http://www.mindspringshealth.org/
Description: In 1970 the western slope town of Granby was rocked by 4 suicides within a very short period of time. Residents and professionals decided that no more time could be lost in getting resources to vulnerable individuals, and an entity named ‘Colorado West’ was born. A private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, that once was known as Colorado West has been transformed into Mind Springs Health. Doors were first opened in 1972, primarily funded federally by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) for the first 8 years until fiscal support for mental health shifted largely to individual states. Today, we are dependent upon revenue from client fees & insurance, federal, state and local contracts, foundation and corporate grants and the generosity of people like you. We provide mental wellness, behavioral change and substance abuse treatment & services to a 23,000 square mile area in northwestern Colorado, from the Continental Divide to the Utah state border, with offices in 13 cities and towns along the western slope. We also have the only psychiatric hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City, West Springs Hospital. 2005 was a landmark year for the organization as our TeleHealth network expanded to reach our entire 10-county area and the psychiatric hospital opened its doors in reaction to psychiatric units in Grand Junction, Montrose and Durango closing. With Colorado currently offering 40% less psychiatric beds per 100,000 population than the national average we pride ourselves in responding to the needs of our communities and our state. Although based in Grand Junction, West Springs Hospital serves the entire state as well as surrounding areas in Wyoming and Utah.

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