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Our holistic day treatment program, also known as Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), is a highly structured level of care that offers a robust 35 hours of weekly programming for young adults ages 18-30 for 4 - 6 weeks. Through the use of a variety of therapeutic methods, they are able to stabilize, begin to understand their addiction and mental health struggles, and heal from them. We strive to help young adults become more like the person they want to be, without using substances to get there.
Our program operates from 9:30 until 6:00 pm Monday through Friday.
Young adults in our day treatment program will engage in a strong academic and vocational component (group vocational support sessions for three days a week), weekly family therapy sessions, and six hours per day of group therapy sessions for five days a week. They will also engage in exercise/fitness and young people’s CA, AA, and NA meetings.
For young adults in our program who would benefit from more support or structure, we offer sober living homes that are staffed 24/7 and can be in addition to our day treatment programming. You can learn more about our sober living houses in Denver, Boulder, and North Bethesda.
Led by a licensed therapist, our group therapy sessions focus on a variety of topics that are relevant to young adults in recovery. Some common group topics include things like forgiveness, relationships, coping skills, and relapse prevention.
Therapy doesn't just have to be talking! Young adults in our program participate in experiential therapy activities that combine action and movement for therapeutic purposes. Some examples of these activities include recreation therapy, music therapy, and art therapy.
We employ experienced and passionate academic and vocational support staff who have a primary goal of helping you succeed. These mentors work with you in order to help prepare you for academic and vocational success. They'll help you with writing resumes, applying for jobs, career placement, college prep and job interviewing skills.
One day a week, we invite your family to join us for multi-family group. This 3 hour psychoeducation & process group is designed to address family dynamics while loved one is in treatment and provide support to the whole family system. These groups are run by licensed family therapists.
Individual sessions are scheduled with your primary or family therapist, and are based on your availability and the availability of your therapist. They will take place on a weekly basis.
All our young adult clients will meet with our licensed and credentialed psychiatrist for an initial evaluation, and then on a weekly basis for the remainder of their time in day treatment. These weekly sessions are used to evaluate and manage medications, and to offer support where it is needed.
When a young adult is struggling with substance abuse, it doesn't just affect them, it affects the entire family unit. We believe that it's important for the entire family to receive support, not just the individual struggling with substance abuse.
Parents of the young adult in treatment are required to attend multi-family group sessions, which happen once a week. In addition to these required groups, we offer weekly support groups that are available for all family members to attend.
Effective, compassionate, professional help is available for those struggling with addiction or substance abuse. Finding the right level of care and program can lead to powerful recovery and a life full of passion, engagement, and health for you or your loved one.
Multi-Family Group Therapy
Family Therapy Session
Day treatment is often the level of care that people will step down to after completing inpatient treatment or a medical detox from drugs or alcohol. It provides a high level of care, structure, supervision, and accountability, while still allowing clients to live at home or in a sober living environment during the treatment process.
Day treatment is most helpful for some of the following scenarios:
People tend to believe, “I am not enough” or try to deal with things by themselves. Millions of young adults struggle with mental health and substance abuse every day. We’re here to help.