Our Services

Understanding Behavioral Health

Behavioral health encompasses both our mental health and the choices we make that affect our wellness, such as diet, exercise, and the handling of stress. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we believe that addressing behavioral health needs requires a nuanced, compassionate approach, tailored to the individual’s life experiences and personal journey.

Our Services

We offer a diverse array of programs designed to support individuals at various stages of their healing process. From Residential Treatment to Intensive Outpatient Programs, each pathway is crafted to meet the specific needs of our clients, ensuring they receive the right level of care at the right time.

Residential Treatment

Our Residential Treatment provides a sanctuary for deep healing, offering 24/7 care within a supportive community. This program is ideal for individuals needing a structured environment to manage their mental health conditions effectively.

Outpatient Programs

For those transitioning from residential care or who require less intensive support, our Outpatient Programs offer flexibility and independence while still providing a high level of care. These include Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), tailored to fit into daily life.

Our Approach

Our approach to behavioral health is multidimensional, incorporating various therapeutic models to address the root causes of mental health issues. We focus not only on alleviating symptoms but also on building resilience and promoting long-term wellness.

Therapy Methods

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Specialized Care for Co-Occurring Disorders

Recognizing the intricacies of co-occurring disorders, we provide specialized care that addresses both mental health and substance use, facilitating recovery on all fronts.

Conditions We Treat

Our expertise spans a broad range of conditions, ensuring that each client receives the appropriate care for disorders such as Anxiety, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, and more. Understanding the complexity of mental health, we tailor our treatment plans to address each individual’s unique challenges.

Supporting Recovery

Recovery is a journey that extends beyond our treatment programs. Through our Alumni Program and Relapse Prevention strategies, we offer ongoing support to help our clients maintain their progress and thrive in their communities.

Alumni Program

Our Alumni Program fosters a sense of community and provides a network of support, empowering former clients to continue their journey to wellness together.

Relapse Prevention

Our comprehensive approach to relapse prevention equips clients with the tools they need to identify triggers and cope with them effectively, supporting long-term recovery.

Why Choose Us?

At Colorado Behavioral Health, we pride ourselves on our commitment to providing compassionate, individualized care. Our dedicated team of professionals is here to support you every step of the way, offering expertise, understanding, and hope.

We understand that seeking help for behavioral health issues can be a daunting step. That’s why we strive to make our services accessible and welcoming, ensuring that everyone who reaches out to us feels supported and understood. With a focus on comprehensive care and recovery, Colorado Behavioral Health is a trusted resource for those seeking help in Colorado Springs and beyond.

Getting Started

If you or a loved one is seeking behavioral health resources Colorado Springs, reach out to us. Our experienced team is here to guide you through the process of beginning your journey to wellness. Together, we can explore the options that best meet your needs and chart a course towards healing and recovery.

Contact Colorado Behavioral Health today to learn more about our programs, services, and how we can support you or your loved one on the path to mental health and wellness.

Supporting Recovery

What resources are available for a person struggling with mental health?

At Colorado Behavioral Health, we understand that everyone’s journey is unique, and hence, we offer a comprehensive set of resources to cater to individual needs. Our approach is holistic, encompassing Residential Treatment for those requiring constant support, Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization Programs for flexible yet structured care, and Transitional Living to help ease the path to independence. Moreover, our specialized care for co-occurring disorders ensures that individuals facing both mental health and substance use challenges receive tailored support. Beyond treatment programs, our Alumni Program and Relapse Prevention strategies provide ongoing support to help individuals maintain their progress. Seeking help is a brave step forward, and we’re here to guide you through every stage of your recovery journey.

What is a 72 hour hold in Colorado Springs?

In Colorado Springs, a 72-hour hold, also known as an M-1 hold, is a legal measure allowing individuals who are considered to be a threat to themselves or others due to a mental health crisis to be held in a treatment facility for up to 72 hours without their consent. This period is critical for assessment by mental health professionals, who can then determine the best course of action, whether it be release, further treatment under consent, or a longer involuntary hold if necessary. It’s a process designed to ensure the safety of the individual and the community, providing an important window for intervention and care in times of crisis.

What falls under behavioral health?

Behavioral health is an inclusive term that covers the emotions and behaviors that impact an individual’s well-being. It’s not just about mental health conditions like anxiety or depression but also encompasses the choices we make that affect our physical health, such as diet, exercise, and how we handle stress. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we recognize the intricate interplay between the mind and body, which is why our care extends beyond traditional therapy to include strategies for managing lifestyle factors that contribute to overall health.

What is I matter in Colorado?

I Matter in Colorado is a program designed to offer free mental health support to young people across the state. It provides an accessible way for individuals under the age of 18 (and in some cases up to 21) to connect with professional mental health services, promoting early intervention and support. The initiative underscores the importance of mental health care from a young age, helping to destigmatize seeking help and ensuring that young Coloradans know that their mental health truly matters. While Colorado Behavioral Health isn’t directly associated with the I Matter program, we wholeheartedly support its mission and encourage young individuals seeking help to explore the resources it provides.

How does Colorado Behavioral Health approach treatment for co-occurring disorders?

Our approach to co-occurring disorders is rooted in understanding the complex relationship between mental health and substance use. We recognize that addressing one issue without the other is often not enough for lasting recovery. That’s why our care is integrated, treating both mental health and substance use disorders concurrently. Our specialized programs are designed to meet clients where they are in their recovery journey, providing a supportive environment where they can heal holistically. By leveraging evidence-based therapies such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, we aim to empower our clients to manage their conditions effectively and build a foundation for long-term wellness. The journey to recovery is deeply personal, and we’re committed to providing the care and support every individual needs to regain balance and thrive.

Behavioral Health Resources

  • Mental Health America – Mental Health America is a leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting overall mental health for all individuals.
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – SAMHSA is the leading agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that focuses on improving behavioral health outcomes for individuals and communities.
  • American Psychiatric Association – The American Psychiatric Association is a professional medical organization representing psychiatrists in the United States, committed to ensuring accessible, evidence-based mental health care for all individuals.