Our Core Programs

Understanding Behavioral Health

Behavioral health encompasses the biopsychosocial aspects of our well-being. It’s an umbrella term that includes not only our mental health but our emotional, psychological, and social well-being too. In our journey at Colorado Behavioral Health, we’ve seen firsthand the transformative power of addressing these facets holistically. Our work has shown us that each individual’s path to recovery is unique, demanding personalized care plans that cater specifically to their needs.

Our understanding of behavioral health drives the services we offer, from Residential Treatment to our Alumni Program. It’s this comprehension that allows us to treat a wide range of conditions effectively and with compassion. Our approach is always evolving, guided by the latest research and our continuous learning from the people we serve.

Our Core Programs

Comprehensive Care at Every Step

In offering a spectrum of care, we aim to meet our clients wherever they are on their recovery journey. Our Colorado behavioral health facilities provide a safe harbor for intensive support, while our Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs offer structured care with more flexibility. Each program is designed to build upon the last, creating a seamless continuum of care that supports long-term recovery and well-being.

Specialized Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders

A critical aspect of our work at Colorado Behavioral Health is our focus on co-occurring disorders. Treating an individual with both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder requires a nuanced approach, blending various therapeutic strategies to address the complexities of each condition. This dual focus ensures that we’re not just treating symptoms but are striving for holistic wellness for each person we serve.

Innovative Therapy Options

At the heart of our therapeutic approach are evidence-based modalities like Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). These therapies offer a toolbox of skills for clients, empowering them to navigate life’s challenges with resilience. By incorporating individual and group therapy sessions, we foster a supportive community atmosphere that encourages open sharing and healing.

Our commitment to innovation extends to continuously exploring new therapeutic options and tailoring our services to better meet the needs of our clients. This dedication to excellence ensures that Colorado Behavioral Health remains at the forefront of effective mental health treatment.

Support Beyond Treatment

A journey of recovery doesn’t end with the completion of a treatment program. Recognizing this, we offer Transitional Living and an Alumni Program to provide ongoing support. Transitional living helps bridge the gap between treatment and independent living, offering a structured environment where individuals can continue to grow. Our Alumni Program keeps former clients connected, offering a network of support that fosters sustained recovery and well-being.

These programs are crucial for relapse prevention, a key focus of ours. By identifying triggers and strategizing ways to manage them, we empower our clients to maintain their progress long after they leave our care. This holistic view of recovery is what sets Colorado Behavioral Health apart as a leader in mental health and substance abuse treatment.

Our Impact

Since our inception, Colorado Behavioral Health has touched the lives of countless individuals and families. The stories of transformation that emerge from our centers are a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the efficacy of compassionate, comprehensive care. Our clients often speak of not just recovery but of rediscovery — of self, of purpose, of joy. These stories fuel our passion and reaffirm our commitment to excellence in behavioral health care.

Our effectiveness is not just in our programs but in our people. The professionalism, dedication, and empathy of our team create a nurturing environment where healing can flourish. We’re proud to be a place where clients feel heard, valued, and empowered to change their lives.

Looking Forward

As we look to the future, our commitment to serving Coloradans remains unwavering. We continue to adapt, innovate, and expand our services to meet the growing needs of our community. With each step forward, we carry with us the stories of those we’ve helped, using them as both guideposts and inspiration.

Contacting Colorado Behavioral Health is your first step towards recovery and wellness. We’re here to listen, to understand, and to walk beside you on your journey to a healthier, happier life. If you or someone you love is seeking mental health treatment, reach out to us. Let’s embark on this path together, with hope and determination. Your journey to recovery starts with a call.

  • Residential Treatment for immersive support and care.
  • Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs for flexible, structured treatment.
  • Transitional Living and Alumni Programs for ongoing support and community connection.

Together, we can overcome the challenges of mental health disorders and substance abuse. Together, we can thrive. Contact Colorado Behavioral Health today and take the first step towards a brighter future.

Our Impact

How many mental health facilities are in Colorado?

Colorado is home to a number of mental health facilities, each offering a variety of services tailored to meet the diverse needs of individuals seeking support. While the exact number can fluctuate as new centers open and others close, what’s important is the comprehensive range of options available throughout the state. From major cities to rural areas, Colorado is committed to providing accessible mental health care. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we pride ourselves on being a key part of this expansive network, offering specialized programs and care that complement the wider landscape of mental health services in our state.

Does Colorado have good mental health care?

Yes, Colorado is known for its high-quality mental health care. The state has been at the forefront of integrating behavioral health with primary care, which is a model that ensures more holistic treatment for individuals. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we align with this model by providing comprehensive care that addresses not just the symptoms but the root causes of a disorder. Our multi-disciplinary approach, which includes a blend of therapies like DBT, CBT, and ACT, is reflective of the innovative and effective mental health care available in Colorado. Our goal is to consistently elevate the standard of care through ongoing education, research, and community outreach.

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 used when an individual is considered to be in immediate danger to themselves or others due to a mental health disorder. During this period, the individual is evaluated by mental health professionals to determine the next steps in their treatment. This measure is a crucial part of our mental health system, ensuring that those who are in a crisis can receive the urgent care they need. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we understand the sensitivity and urgency of such situations, and we work closely with local authorities to ensure that individuals receive the compassionate care they deserve during these critical moments.

Who regulates mental health facilities in Colorado?

Mental health facilities in Colorado are regulated by the Colorado Department of Human Services, specifically through its Office of Behavioral Health (OBH). The OBH is responsible for licensing facilities, ensuring they meet strict standards for care, safety, and patient rights. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we adhere to these regulations meticulously, ensuring our services not only meet but exceed these standards. Our commitment to excellence in care, privacy, and ethical treatment is unwavering, providing our clients and their families with peace of mind that they are in a safe, respected, and nurturing environment.

Can you provide specialized treatment for individuals with co-occurring disorders?

Yes, at Colorado Behavioral Health, we recognize the complex needs of individuals with co-occurring disorders — those experiencing a combination of mental health and substance use disorders. Our approach to treatment is integrative, addressing both conditions simultaneously with a personalized plan that encompasses various therapeutic strategies. Understanding that these disorders can affect one another and complicate recovery, our specialized co-occurring disorder program is designed to provide the nuanced care required for effective treatment and long-term wellness.

How do you ensure ongoing support after treatment?

Ongoing support after treatment is crucial for sustained recovery and well-being. At Colorado Behavioral Health, our support extends beyond the completion of our structured programs through Transitional Living and an Alumni Program. These initiatives offer individuals a supportive community and continued access to resources that help navigate life post-treatment. Transitional living provides a structured, sober environment that supports our clients’ reintegration into everyday life, while our Alumni Program keeps former clients connected, offering events, support groups, and resources to help maintain the progress achieved during treatment.

What should I consider when choosing a mental health facility in Colorado?

Choosing the right mental health facility is a deeply personal decision that depends on an individual’s specific needs and preferences. Here are a few key factors to consider: the types of programs offered (e.g., inpatient, outpatient, specialty treatments for co-occurring disorders), the therapeutic approaches used (such as DBT, CBT, or ACT), the qualifications and experience of the staff, the facility’s philosophy and approach to treatment, insurance acceptance, and the level of family involvement encouraged in the recovery process. At Colorado Behavioral Health, we encourage you to reach out with any questions you might have to ensure you feel confident and comfortable in your choice of care. Remember, the best facility for you is one that aligns with your needs, values, and recovery goals.

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