Our Services

Understanding Adult Behavioral Health

Adult behavior health is a critical aspect of overall well-being, and in Colorado Springs CO, we place a strong emphasis on providing comprehensive support for adults facing emotional, behavioral, and co-occurring disorders. Mental health challenges can significantly impact one’s quality of life, affecting relationships, work, and personal fulfillment. Recognizing the signs and seeking appropriate care is the first step towards recovery.

Our Services

At Colorado Behavioral Health, we offer a range of services designed to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Our approach is holistic and personalized, ensuring that each individual receives the care that best suits their circumstances.

Residential Treatment

Our Residential Treatment program provides a safe and therapeutic environment for clients to focus entirely on their recovery. The program includes round-the-clock supervision, medication management, and a variety of therapies aimed at addressing the root causes of mental health disorders.

Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Program

For those who require structured treatment without the need for 24-hour care, our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offer flexibility and support. These programs are ideal for clients transitioning from residential treatment or those who need to maintain their daily responsibilities while receiving care.

Therapeutic Approaches

We utilize evidence-based therapeutic approaches tailored to the unique needs of each client. Our multidisciplinary team is skilled in a variety of modalities to ensure comprehensive care.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a highly effective therapy that helps clients identify and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviors. It is particularly beneficial for treating anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT focuses on teaching clients skills to manage emotions, reduce stress, and improve relationships. It is especially suited for individuals with borderline personality disorder or those displaying self-destructive behaviors.

Specialized Care for Co-Occurring Disorders

Treating co-occurring disorders–where an individual experiences both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder–requires specialized care. Our team is adept at navigating the complexities of dual diagnosis, providing integrated treatment plans that address both conditions concurrently.

Support Beyond Treatment

Transitional Living

Our Transitional Living program is designed to help clients reintegrate into society with confidence. We focus on essential life skills, career or educational goals, and sobriety maintenance to support a successful transition.

Alumni Program

Maintaining long-term recovery is a journey that extends beyond initial treatment. Our Alumni Program offers ongoing support, resources, and community engagement opportunities to our graduates. This support network is invaluable for sustaining progress and preventing relapse.

Our Philosophy

We believe in treating the whole person, not just the symptoms. Mental wellness is a critical component of living a full and meaningful life, and our commitment is to provide compassionate, comprehensive care to all our clients. By fostering an atmosphere of understanding and respect, we aim to empower individuals to regain control over their lives and achieve lasting recovery.

Why Choose Us?

Choosing the right behavioral health provider is a pivotal decision in one’s recovery journey. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we are dedicated to excellence in care, evidence-based practices, and creating personalized treatment plans that address the individual needs of our clients. Our professional staff, therapeutic environment, and wide range of services make us the preferred choice for adult behavior health in Colorado Springs CO.

Getting Started

If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health challenges, we are here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our programs and how we can support you on your journey to recovery. Our team is ready to provide the care and support necessary to take the first steps towards a healthier, happier life.

  • Residential Treatment
  • Partial Hospitalization Program
  • Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Transitional Living
  • Alumni Program
  • Relapse Prevention

Adult behavior health Colorado Springs CO is more than just treatment; it’s about rebuilding lives and restoring hope. Our commitment to our clients is unwavering, and we pride ourselves on being a beacon of support and guidance in the Colorado Springs community. Your journey to wellness begins with a single step, and we’re here to walk alongside you every step of the way.

Support Beyond Treatment

What is a 72-hour psych hold in Colorado?

In Colorado, a 72-hour psych hold, also known as an M-1 hold, is initiated when someone poses an immediate threat to themselves or others due to a mental health disorder. This legal process allows for the individual to be held in a psychiatric facility for up to 72 hours without their consent for evaluation and stabilization. The intent is to ensure safety while providing an opportunity for psychiatric assessment. At Colorado Behavioral Health, while we support the necessary use of such holds in crisis situations, we also advocate for compassionate care and follow-up treatment to address the underlying causes of the crisis. It’s important for families to know that after the hold, options like our residential treatment or outpatient programs can offer continued support and recovery paths.

What are the 7 types of mental disorders?

There are many ways to classify mental disorders, but seven common types include mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorder; anxiety disorders; personality disorders; psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia; eating disorders; trauma-related disorders, like PTSD; and substance use disorders. Each type affects individuals differently and can vary in severity. At Colorado Behavioral Health, our comprehensive approach to treatment recognizes the unique aspects of each disorder, tailoring our interventions to best support recovery and maintain mental wellness.

How do I report a mentally unstable person in Colorado?

If you’re concerned about someone’s mental health in Colorado, and they are in immediate danger, calling 911 or your local crisis intervention team is advised. For non-emergency situations, contacting Colorado’s mental health services or a local behavioral health center like ours can provide guidance on how to proceed. It’s crucial to approach this situation with empathy, understanding that the individual is likely struggling and needs support. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we believe in a community-based approach, where outreach and intervention are handled with dignity and respect.

What is the most commonly reported mental ill health?

Depression is often cited as the most commonly reported form of mental ill health. It affects millions worldwide and can cause significant impairment in daily functioning. Despite its prevalence, misconceptions around depression, such as viewing it as simply feeling sad, persist. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we use evidence-based therapies to address depression, focusing on individual experiences and the complex interplay of biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to the disorder. Recognizing the signs of depression and seeking help early can lead to better outcomes.

Why choose Colorado Behavioral Health for treatment?

Choosing the right behavioral health provider is a critical step in one’s recovery journey. At Colorado Behavioral Health, our dedication to providing high-quality, evidence-based care sets us apart. Our team creates personalized treatment plans that address the individual needs of our clients, fostering an environment of healing and support. Our comprehensive range of services–from residential treatment to specialized care for co-occurring disorders–ensures that every aspect of our clients’ well-being is addressed. Our philosophy prioritizes the whole person, considering every element of recovery, from mental health to social reintegration.

How does the Alumni Program support long-term recovery?

Our Alumni Program is a testament to our commitment to long-term recovery and support beyond the initial treatment phase. It provides an invaluable network for our clients, offering resources, social connections, and activities designed to sustain progress and prevent relapse. The program reinforces the skills learned during treatment and encourages continuous personal growth and wellness. By staying connected with our community, alumni can navigate the complexities of recovery with support, share their successes, and find encouragement during challenging times. It’s a reminder that they are not alone on this journey.