Our Services

Understanding Colorado Behavioral Health

Our mission at Colorado Behavioral Health is deeply rooted in the belief that recovery and wellness are possible for everyone. We are dedicated to providing compassionate and comprehensive care to individuals grappling with a spectrum of emotional, behavioral, and co-occurring disorders. Through a personalized approach, we aim to guide our clients toward a path of lasting recovery and mental wellness.

Our Services

Residential Treatment

Our Residential Treatment program offers a safe haven for individuals needing 24-hour support. Here, clients can focus entirely on their recovery journey, free from external pressures and triggers. We provide a structured environment that fosters healing, with a focus on individual and group therapy sessions.

Outpatient Programs

For those transitioning from residential treatment or requiring less intensive care, we offer both Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs. These programs are designed to provide flexibility while maintaining a high level of care and support, allowing clients to integrate into their daily lives with continued therapeutic guidance.

Specialized Therapies

Understanding the intricate nature of mental health disorders, we incorporate a range of therapeutic modalities into our treatment plans. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) are just a few examples. These therapies aim to equip our clients with the tools necessary to navigate challenges and promote lasting change.

Addressing Co-occurring Disorders

Co-occurring disorders present unique challenges, and our specialized care model is designed to address both mental health and substance use disorders concurrently. We recognize that treating these conditions together is critical for achieving balanced recovery and reducing the risk of relapse.

Support Beyond Treatment

Transitional Living

Our Transitional Living program bridges the gap between intensive treatment and independent living. It’s a crucial step for many clients, providing them with the support needed to regain their footing in the outside world, pursue educational or career goals, and maintain sobriety and mental health gains.

Alumni Program

Maintaining a connection to the recovery community is vital. Our Alumni Program keeps former clients engaged through events, support groups, and resources. This ongoing support network plays a significant role in our clients’ ability to navigate recovery in the long term.

Our Approach

At the heart of our approach is a commitment to individualized care. We recognize that each person’s journey is unique, and tailor our treatments accordingly. Our multidisciplinary team works closely with clients to develop holistic and comprehensive treatment plans that address not just symptoms, but the root causes of their conditions.

Why Choose Us?

Choosing the right treatment center is a pivotal step in the recovery journey. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we pride ourselves on our professionalism, compassion, and dedication to evidence-based treatment. Our success stories reflect our commitment to helping individuals reclaim their lives and achieve lasting wellness.

Getting Started

Beginning the journey to recovery can feel overwhelming, but we’re here to help every step of the way. From initial assessments to navigating insurance coverage, our team is dedicated to making the process as seamless as possible. If you or a loved one is struggling with mental health or substance use disorders, reach out to us. Let’s take the first step together towards a brighter, healthier future.


How can I know if Colorado Behavioral Health is right for me or my loved one?

We understand that each individual’s needs are unique. During our initial assessment, we’ll work with you to determine the best course of action tailored to your specific situation. Our holistic approach ensures that we consider all aspects of your well-being.

What kind of insurance do you accept?

We accept a wide range of health insurance plans. Our staff will assist you in verifying your coverage to ensure that you can access the services you need without undue financial stress.

How long do your programs last?

The duration of our programs varies depending on the individual needs of our clients. Upon assessment, we’ll provide a recommended treatment length that aligns with your recovery goals.

  • Residential Treatment
  • Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Transitional Living
  • Alumni Support

Colorado Behavioral Health stands as a beacon of hope for those struggling with mental health and substance use disorders. Our comprehensive care, specialized programs, and unwavering support are designed to guide individuals toward recovery and a brighter future. Contact us to begin your journey to wellness.

Our Approach

Where does Colorado rank in mental health services?

When we look at the landscape of mental health services across the United States, it’s clear that Colorado faces its unique challenges and opportunities. According to recent studies and reports, Colorado has found itself grappling with a higher prevalence of mental health disorders and substance use issues compared to many other states. However, it’s also among the states taking significant strides to address these concerns head-on. Our focus at Colorado Behavioral Health is not just to contribute to this effort but to set a standard for care and recovery. We’re part of a larger movement to elevate Colorado’s ranking by providing uncompromising, compassionate, and effective treatment. Through our comprehensive programs and the dedication of our staff, we aim to be a beacon for those seeking help, which in turn, we believe, will improve our state’s standing in providing mental health services.

What is a 72 hour psych hold in Colorado?

In Colorado, a 72-hour psych hold, often referred to as an M-1 hold, is initiated when an individual is considered a significant risk to themselves or others due to a mental health disorder. This process allows for the individual to be held in a secure mental health facility for up to 72 hours, excluding weekends and holidays, for evaluation and treatment. The goal here is not to confine but to provide a window for crucial intervention that could potentially save lives. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we understand the critical nature of these holds and the concern they bring to families. We work closely with hospitals and legal entities to ensure that if someone under our care needs this level of intervention, they are treated with dignity and compassion, and that steps are taken to provide them with the support they need to recover.

How do I complain about mental health in Colorado?

If you’re facing challenges with mental health services in Colorado, your voice is important. Whether it’s concerns about the quality of care, access to services, or any other issues, there are several avenues you can pursue. You can start by reaching out to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) or the Colorado Department of Human Services, which oversees mental health facilities and services in our state. Additionally, many organizations advocate for mental health patients and can offer guidance and support, such as the Mental Health Colorado or the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Colorado. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we also encourage feedback directly to us, as we are committed to continuous improvement and ensuring that everyone receives the care they deserve.

What is Colorado doing about mental health?

Colorado is actively working to address mental health on multiple fronts. The state has been implementing policies aimed at increasing funding for mental health services, expanding access to care, and improving the integration of mental health care with physical health care. There’s a significant push towards enhancing community-based services, which allows for more preventive care and early intervention. Innovative programs are being funded, and there’s growing support for school-based mental health services. As part of this community, Colorado Behavioral Health is aligning with these initiatives by offering a range of services designed to meet individuals where they are in their journey to wellness. We’re also participating in broader conversations about mental health care reform, advocating for policies that will benefit our clients and the community at large.

Can you discuss any unique approaches your facility takes in treating mental health and substance use disorders?

At Colorado Behavioral Health, we pride ourselves on our holistic and personalized approach to treatment. Understanding that every individual’s journey to recovery is unique, we tailor our treatment plans to align with each person’s specific needs. One of our unique approaches is integrating experiential therapies, such as art or music therapy, with evidence-based practices like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). This blend allows us to address not just the symptoms but the underlying causes of the disorders. Furthermore, our focus on co-occurring disorders enables us to treat individuals facing both mental health and substance use disorders concurrently, increasing their chances of successful recovery. We’re committed to innovation and continuously seek out new and effective ways to enhance our care, embracing both traditional and emerging therapies to offer the best possible outcomes for our clients.