Our Services

Introduction to Colorado Behavioral Health

At Colorado Behavioral Health, our mission is to assist men and women grappling with emotional, behavioral, and co-occurring disorders as they journey toward recovery. Located in the heart of Colorado, we offer a beacon of hope and healing through a variety of programs and clinical services, each designed to meet the unique needs of our clients.

Our Services

Residential Treatment

Our Residential Treatment program provides a safe, nurturing environment for clients requiring 24/7 medical supervision and support. Tailored to the individual, this immersive program focuses on holistic recovery.

Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs

For those seeking structured treatment without full-time residential care, our Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs offer a flexible yet intensive alternative, balancing the demands of treatment with everyday life.

Specialized Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment

Understanding the complexities of co-occurring disorders, we provide specialized care that addresses both mental health disorders and substance use, ensuring a comprehensive approach to recovery.

Our Approach to Mental Wellness

Our approach at Colorado Behavioral Health is multifaceted, embracing a variety of therapeutic modalities to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients. Through a combination of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, among others, we aim to provide our clients with the tools they need to navigate the challenges of recovery.

The Importance of Family Support

We recognize the vital role that family plays in the recovery process. Our Family Support services are designed to rebuild trust, enhance communication, and foster a supportive environment conducive to healing.

Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders

Co-occurring disorders present unique challenges that demand an integrated treatment approach. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we are experts in identifying and treating these complex conditions, ensuring that both the mental health disorder and substance use disorder are addressed simultaneously.

Preventing Relapse

Relapse Prevention Planning

Our comprehensive approach to treatment includes relapse prevention planning, an essential component designed to help our clients identify triggers, develop coping strategies, and maintain their recovery in the long term.

Community Engagement

Alumni Program

Our Alumni Program offers ongoing support for our former clients, providing resources and opportunities to engage with a community of individuals who share the journey toward recovery.

BHA Town Halls and Public Events

In alignment with the colorado behavioral health administration‘s commitment to community engagement, we foster opportunities for dialogue and collaboration through town halls and public events, inviting input that shapes the future of mental health services in Colorado.

Our Vision and Mission

At Colorado Behavioral Health, we are driven by a vision where behavioral health services in Colorado are accessible, meaningful, and trusted. Our mission is to co-create a people-first behavioral health system that meets the needs of every individual in Colorado. With a commitment to truth, equity, collaboration, community-informed practice, and generational impact, we strive to make a lasting difference in the lives of those we serve.

Contact Us

If you or someone you know is seeking mental health treatment in Colorado, Colorado Behavioral Health is here to help. Contact us today at (888) 850-8111 to learn more about our programs, clinical services, and how we can support your journey to mental wellness and recovery.

Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders

Who is the Colorado Commissioner of Behavioral Health Administration?

While the specific position title may vary, the leader responsible for overseeing the Behavioral Health Administration in Colorado plays a crucial role in shaping policies, programs, and services aimed at improving mental health and substance use treatment across the state. This individual collaborates with various stakeholders, including healthcare providers, community organizations, and government agencies, to ensure that residents have access to effective, evidence-based behavioral health care.

What is Colorado Behavioral Health Administration Community Services?

Community Services under the Colorado Behavioral Health Administration represent a broad and vital component of the mental health ecosystem in Colorado. These services are designed to be accessible and responsive to the needs of the community, providing support that ranges from prevention and early intervention to treatment and recovery services. Community engagement, awareness campaigns, and partnerships with local organizations are among the strategies used to enhance the well-being of individuals and families affected by mental health and substance use disorders.

Who is the director of the Behavioral Health Administration in Colorado?

The Director of the Behavioral Health Administration in Colorado is a key figure charged with leading the state’s efforts to provide comprehensive, coordinated behavioral health care. This person works closely with policymakers, healthcare providers, and community leaders to implement strategies that improve access to mental health services, address the stigma associated with mental illness, and ensure that all Coloradans receive the support they need to thrive.

Who regulates mental health facilities in Colorado?

Mental health facilities in Colorado are regulated by a combination of state departments and agencies, including the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and the Department of Human Services (CDHS). These entities establish standards for licensing, monitoring, and evaluating the care provided by mental health facilities to ensure they meet health, safety, and quality care requirements. Their oversight is critical in maintaining high standards of care for individuals receiving mental health services.

How does Colorado Behavioral Health approach treating co-occurring disorders?

At Colorado Behavioral Health, we recognize the complexity of co-occurring disorders and the necessity of an integrated treatment approach. Our philosophy is grounded in the understanding that effective treatment must address both the mental health disorder and the substance use disorder concurrently. By employing evidence-based practices such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and tailored individual and group therapy sessions, we aim to provide our clients with the skills and support necessary for long-term recovery. Our approach is holistic, considering not only the symptoms but the underlying causes of a person’s condition, ensuring a more sustainable healing process.

Why is family support considered significant in the recovery process?

Family plays an instrumental role in the recovery process for individuals dealing with emotional and behavioral disorders. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we stress the importance of involving family members in treatment whenever possible. Family support services are designed to enhance communication, rebuild trust, and create a supportive environment conducive to healing. By educating families about the nature of mental health and substance use disorders, we can foster a more understanding and cooperative framework for our clients’ recovery journeys. In essence, when families are engaged, the chances of positive outcomes and long-term wellness significantly increase.

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