|Adolescent, Individual, and Couples Therapy - Thrive! Therapy and Consultation Services||Provides counseling for adolescents ages 14 and older, adults, and couples for a variety of issues. Areas of specialty include trauma, sexual and physical abuse, depression, anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and dating and relationship issues.||Denver County||Thrive! Therapy and Consultation Services||Thrive! Therapy and Consultation Services|
|Adolescent Inpatient and Intensive Outpatient Services - Centennial Peaks Hospital||Centennial Peaks’ Acute Inpatient Program treats 13 - 17 year-old individuals who are struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues. The length of a stay is generally less than five days. As soon as a patient is admitted, staff assist in planning for a successful return to the community and daily life.
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides mental health and substance abuse treatment for adolescents who do not need 24-hour care. IOP patients attend group therapy nine hours each week; evening tracks are available. The staff at Centennial Peaks Hospital will determine the needs of each patient through a complimentary, confidential, scheduled assessment.||Boulder County||Centennial Peaks Hospital||Centennial Peaks Hospital|
|At-Risk Youth Services - Police Department - Sterling||Youth Services:
In the Support Services Division of the Sterling Police Department, Sterling Youth Services is supervised by Major Richard Kelsch. Youth Services provides on-going services for those juveniles referred by the Sterling Police Department, courts, school, families and community human service agencies.
Sterling Youth Services is an intervention strategy intended to hold youth accountable for their actions by addressing delinquent behavior in the community, seeking to reduce youth involvement in increasingly serious criminal acts, to reduce out-of-home placements, to reduce the community cost of delinquent activity and to strengthen the family with the skills sets of successful parenting.
A community supported continuum of care for youth and families who are struggling is the most successful path to the development of law abiding, productive citizens. Sterling Youth Service’s primary responsibility is to provide education which leads youth to create a blueprint for the decisions which ultimately will drive their behavior. Life is about growth and change; not just about hanging out in the current state, to view mistakes as a part of life which are opportunities for grown and learning not failure and excuses for criminal behavior, to identify who you are and gain a sense of purpose from your talents and opportunities and finally it is the life of service to others which will ultimately lead to happiness and success.
Here’s how the program works:
One-on-one contact is made following a referral. The primary source of referral is the Sterling Police Department, but a youth may be referred from schools, parents, Logan County Sheriff’s Office, or self-referral by the youth. An office appointment with the youth and parent is made. During that appointment with the parent and youth, the appropriate level of Youth Services involvement is determined. Case plans may include skill building in areas such as conflict management, peer and family relationships, substance use, school problems, and decision making.
||Logan County||Police Department - Sterling||Police Department - Sterling|
|Beat the Street (4242 Delaware) -Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Serves homeless and at-risk young adults in the Denver metro area with substance abuse, mental illness, or co-occurring disorders. The purpose is to improve youth's residential stability and self-sufficiency by integrating age-appropriate housing and support services with individualized substance abuse and mental health treatment.||Denver County||4242 Delaware - Mile High Behavioral Healthcare||Mile High Behavioral Healthcare|
|Challenges, Choices and Change, Girls Program - Center for Family Outreach||Challenges, Choices and Change is an all-girls class that covers topics such as:
- healthy decision making
- societal leadership
- understanding anger
- social media awareness
- self-harm behaviors as well as depression and anxiety.
Provides a safe and supportive environment for girls to work on peer relationship skills and communication.||Larimer County||Center for Family Outreach||Center for Family Outreach|
|Craig Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs Health||Provides mental health and substance abuse services including evaluations, individual, couples, family and group therapy, case management services, 24/7 emergency coverage.
Formerly known as Colorado West Regional Mental Health||Moffat County||Mesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs Health||Mind Springs Health|
|Family Support Services (Namaqua Center) - SummitStone Health Partners||Provides innovative, relationship based-effective service to assist youth and their families in developing and maintaining stability and healthy levels of functioning.
Interventions are based on the needs of the individual youth and their family, and may involve one-on-one youth coaching, parental support, community based respite, and grandparent mentoring services and are designed to help children successfully remain at home in their local community.||Larimer County||Namaqua Center - SummitStone Health Partners||SummitStone Health Partners|
|Foster Care - Jacob Center||Jacob Center offers foster care placement for children from birth to 18 years old. It specializes in delinquent or troubled youth.
Services include foster care placement, Foster children, Foster parents, case management, individual and family therapy, groups, drug screens.
Specializing in problems of adolescence; treats a full range of emotional and behavioral disorders with focus on parent/teen conflict, school behavior, legal involvement, and drug and alcohol use.
||Larimer County||Foster Care - Jacob Center||Jacob Center|
|Homeless Youth - Urban Peak (Colorado Springs)||UP COS offers services and referrals for basic needs to those homeless in the youth population. For example, things like food, clothing; shelter, IDs, counseling, substance abuse and legal assistance.
Recreational activities, jobs / education counseling, transitional living also available.
||El Paso County||Target Populations - Urban Peak (Colorado Springs)||Urban Peak (Colorado Springs)|
|Individual Adolescent Therapy - Healing from the Heart||Individual Adolescent Therapy includes:
- Role play
- Eye Movement Reprocessing Techniques may also be used to treat trauma
The staff listens to what the youth is saying and then guides them to finding healthier solutions to conflict through empathy and communication skills. Coping skills are taught so that a client will feel empowerment over their traumas and go on to reach their full potential.||Denver County||Healing from the Heart||Healing from the Heart |
|Individual & Family Domestic Violence Counseling - Alternative Horizons||Alternative Horizons offers therapy and counseling opportunities for victims of domestic violence and their family needing mental health services.
Adult and children therapy sessions are available. Services are provided at no cost to the client and there is no initial limit to how often the client may need counseling. Sessions may be limited depending upon availability of therapists.||La Plata County||Alternative Horizons||Alternative Horizons |
|Individual Services - Reflections for Youth||Individual Services: Residents and day treatment students receive weekly therapeutic sessions with one of our licensed therapists. Sessions are designed to promote self awareness and evaluate the client's ability to make choices, deal with problems, and to challenge him or her to change the way he or she handles stress, relates to others and makes decisions.||Larimer County||Therapeutic Services - Reflections for Youth||Reflections for Youth|
|iThrive - Alternatives for Youth||Provides bi-lingual classes for teens with drug/alcohol abuse. 6 week classes are once a week for two hours in the evening, and are open for both teens and their parents/guardians. Teens and parents/guardians meet separately.
- early intervention
- experiential learning
- parent/guardian education
- individual psychotherapy (optional)
iThrive also provides presentations to students during the school day and to parents/guardians after school hours.||Boulder County||Alternatives for Youth||Alternatives for Youth|
|Life Skills - Center for Family Outreach||Offers a 10-12 Session Class for adolescents that covers topics such as:
- Substance education
- Coping skills
- External and internal triggers for use
- Co-occurring mental health issues such as
anxiety and depression
- Family conflict and communication skills
- Pro-social activities||Larimer County||Center for Family Outreach||Center for Family Outreach|
|Meeker Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs Health||Provides counseling to those who have a mental health or substance problem. Offers DUI classes. Staff is highly qualified to deal with any type of disorder. Telephone screening determines what paperwork will be needed for outpatient treatment. Inpatient care is available at facility in Mesa County.
Formerly known as Colorado West Regional Mental Health Center||Rio Blanco County||Mesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs Health||Mind Springs Health|
|Mental Health Counseling - Denver Family Institute||Provides high quality therapy to families, couples, individuals, adolescents and children.||Denver County||Denver Family Institute||Denver Family Institute|
|Pathways Adolescent Recovery Program||PATHWAYS helps youth and their families recover from the destructive effects of alcohol and substance abuse. Mission is to provide high quality care at a reasonable and affordable cost.||Garfield County||Pathways Adolescent Recovery Program||Pathways Adolescent Recovery Program|
|Pathways Adolescent Recovery Program||PATHWAYS helps youth and their families recover from the destructive effects of alcohol and substance abuse. Mission is to provide high quality care at a reasonable and affordable cost.||Pitkin County||Pathways Adolescent Recovery Program||Pathways Adolescent Recovery Program|
|Pathways Plus Prevention Program - Center for Family Outreach||The Pathways Plus Prevention program is 9 weeks in length and addresses these issues for any adolescent who might be struggling with them. Covers topics such as:
- Academic difficulties
- Substance abuse education for adolescents who have
reported a history of use 3-12 months in length.
- The addiction cycle as well as external and internal
triggers for use
- Stressors and coping skills
- Emotional awareness and healthy relational skills
- Personal responsibility.||Larimer County||Center for Family Outreach||Center for Family Outreach|
|Rangely Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs Health||- Mental Health Counseling, Individual, Family, Marital, Children and Adolescents,
- Psychiatric Services
- Employee Assistance Programs
- Crisis Intervention and Emergency Services
- Community Education
- Substance Abuse Education and Treatment
- DUI Education and Therapy Groups for Levels I and II and Consultation.
Issues include: Anger, Depression, Grief, ADHD, Bipolar, Substance Abuse Assessment, Blended Family Issues, Play Therapy Communication, Families in transition and Tobacco prevention.
Formerly known as Colorado West Mental Health||Rio Blanco County||Mesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs Health||Mind Springs Health|
|Residential Youth Services - Alternative Homes for Youth||Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY) treats adolescent males with sexually abusive behaviors, substance abuse challenges, mental health challenges, and challenges with other criminogenic behaviors ages 13-20 under a RCCF license. AHFY treats youth that are dually-diagnosed, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IVTR), with such classifications as, adjustment disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, or attention hyperactivity disorder (as well as several other DSM-IVTR distinctions). The youth may or may not require use of psychotropic medication.
||Weld County||Alternative Homes for Youth (Greeley Youth Center)||Alternative Homes for Youth|
|School District Support - Northeast Colorado BOCES||Phillips County||Northeast Colorado BOCES||Northeast Colorado BOCES|
|Social Counseling - Colorado Springs School District 11||Provides assessment, direct counseling, liaison services, and consultations to students, parents, teachers, and administrators for children with disabilities.||El Paso County||Education - Colorado Springs School District 11||Colorado Springs School District 11|
|Steamboat Springs Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs Health||To plan, deliver, and facilitate quality, cost-effective mental health and substance abuse services based on local needs and available resources. To provide evaluation and assistance for admission to mental hospitals on a voluntary and involuntary basis. To offer treatment, training, education and consultation services to employees and administrators in business and government. Also provides court-ordered DUI and DWI courses and groups.
Formerly known as Colorado West Regional Mental Health Center||Routt County||Mesa County - Mental Health Services - Mind Springs Health||Mind Springs Health|
|Teen Perspectives - Center for Family Outreach||Teen Perspectives is a 7 week program that explores the dangers and attitudes regarding substances such as alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs. Students will analyze their own personal behavior and learn about the lifelong consequences that occur when substances are abused.||Larimer County||Center for Family Outreach||Center for Family Outreach|
|Therapeutic Services - Rocky Mountain Child and Family Therapy Center||Therapy is offered for children, adolescents, adults, and families.||Denver County||Rocky Mountain Child and Family Therapy Center||Rocky Mountain Child and Family Therapy Center|
|Youth in Conflict - Rio Blanco County Department of Social Services||Provides services to adolescents or pre-adolescents in conflict at school, with family, or in the community, often with contact with law enforcement. Services may be provided to delinquent or pre-delinquent youth to keep them at home in the community.||Rio Blanco County||Rio Blanco County Department of Social Services||Rio Blanco County Department of Social Services|
|Youth Mental Health Counseling||Provides mental health counseling to youth within Pueblo Middle and High Schools, who are experiencing emotional or behavioral problems.||Pueblo County||Children/Adolescent Program||Health Solutions|
|Youth Mental Health Services (Emerson St for Teens and Young Adults) - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)||Provides a supportive community for teens and young adults, ages 14-26, seeking connection and belonging by offering therapeutic services, including free drop-in fitness and creative workshops and sober activities for young people.||Denver County||Emerson St for Teens and Young Adults - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)||Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)|