Adolescent/Youth Counseling

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    Taxonomy Code: RP-1400.8000-050

    Programs that specialize in the treatment of adolescents, usually age 12 or 13 through 17, who have adjustment problems, behavior problems, emotional disturbance, a personality disorder or incipient mental illness. The programs may help youth troubled by low self-esteem, social isolation, peer pressure, bullying, school performance issues, truancy, anger management issues, family problems, grief and loss, sexual promiscuity, sexually transmitted disease, alcohol or drug addiction, eating disorders, oppositional and defiant behaviors, depression and anxiety, suicidal thoughts or other difficult issues.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adolescent, Individual, and Couples Therapy - Thrive! Therapy and Consultation ServicesProvides 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 CountyThrive! Therapy and Consultation ServicesThrive! Therapy and Consultation Services
    Adolescent Inpatient and Intensive Outpatient Services - Centennial Peaks HospitalCentennial 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 CountyCentennial Peaks HospitalCentennial Peaks Hospital
    Adolescent Therapy Program- Jacob CenterOffers services that include 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 of emotional and behavioral disorders with focus on parent/teen conflict, school behavior, legal involvement, and drug and alcohol use. Larimer CountyAdolescent Therapy Program- Jacob CenterJacob Center
    A Young Women's Journey- Center for Family OutreachOffer 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 CountyCenter for Family OutreachCenter for Family Outreach
    Beat the Street (4242 Delaware) -Mile High Behavioral HealthcareServes 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 County4242 Delaware - Mile High Behavioral HealthcareMile High Behavioral Healthcare
    Counseling Services - Beyond the MirrorOffers a family counseling center, with individual and group sessions, workshops, staff training, school outreach, parents and caregivers support specializing in the following: - Eating Disorders - Substance abuse - Couple, family counseling - Adolescent counselingLarimer CountyBeyond the MirrorBeyond the Mirror
    Craig Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs HealthProvides 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 HealthMoffat County515 28 3/4 Rd., Grand Junction - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Diversion Program - Center for Family OutreachAn alternative-to-sentencing program for youth struggling with substance use, disruptive or high-risk behaviors and/or family conflict due to adolescent development issues.Larimer CountyCenter for Family OutreachCenter for Family Outreach
    Family Support Services (Namaqua Center) - SummitStone Health PartnersProvides innovative, relationship-based 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 CountyNamaqua Center - SummitStone Health PartnersSummitStone Health Partners
    Individual Adolescent Therapy - Healing from the HeartProvides therapy to adolescents using the following techniques: - Role play - Visualization - Geno-grams - Eye Movement Reprocessing (EMR) Staff listens to youth and guides them to finding healthier solutions to conflict through empathy and communication skills. Coping skills are taught so clients feel empowered over their traumas and go on to reach their full potential.Denver CountyHealing from the HeartHealing from the Heart
    Individual & Family Domestic Violence Counseling - Alternative HorizonsAlternative 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 County701 Camino Del RioAlternative Horizons
    iThrive - Alternatives for YouthProvides 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. Classes include: - 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 CountyAlternatives for YouthAlternatives for Youth
    Life Skills - Center for Family OutreachOffers a class for adolescents that covers topics such as: - Addiction - 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 activitiesLarimer CountyCenter for Family OutreachCenter for Family Outreach
    Meeker Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs HealthProvides counseling to those who have a mental health or substance abuse issue. 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 CenterRio Blanco County515 28 3/4 Rd., Grand Junction - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Mental Health Counseling - Denver Family InstituteProvides therapy to families, couples, individuals, adolescents and children.Denver CountyDenver Family InstituteDenver Family Institute
    Mental Health Services - Family Counseling CenterFamily Counseling Center provides non-religious based counseling services. Services offered include but are not limited to: - Counseling for drug, alcohol and nicotine addictions - Conflict Management - Counseling for individuals, families and couples, including same-sex relationship - Mediation - Walk and talk therapy - DUI therapy and education (approved for Court-ordered) - Domestic Violence education (approved for Court-ordered) - Anger management - Mental health evaluations Sliding Scale Fee is available for individuals and families without insurance. Does not accept Medicaid.Mesa County726 Colorado Avenue, Grand Junction - Family Counseling CenterFamily Counseling Center
    Primary Care Clinic - Doctors CareOffers a primary care clinic for children and young adults. Appointments available for: - Sick Visits and Physicals - Mental Health Counseling and Medications - Immunizations - ADD/ADHD Visits - Development Screenings - Well Woman Exams, Pap Smears, Birth Control, Colposcopies - Dental HygienistArapahoe CountyDoctors CareDoctors Care
    Rangely Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs HealthOffers the following services: - Mental health counseling, including individual, family, couples, 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 Formerly known as Colorado West Mental HealthRio Blanco County515 28 3/4 Rd., Grand Junction - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Residential Youth Services / Alternative Homes for YouthAlternative 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 CountyAlternative Homes for YouthAlternative Homes for Youth
    School District Support / Northeast Colorado BOCESSchool District SupportPhillips CountyNortheast Colorado BOCESNortheast Colorado BOCES
    Steamboat Springs Outpatient Clinic - Mind Springs HealthDelivers and facilitates quality, cost-effective mental health and substance abuse services based on local needs and available resources. Provides evaluation and assistance for admission to mental hospitals on a voluntary and involuntary basis. Offers 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 CenterRoutt County515 28 3/4 Rd., Grand Junction - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Therapeutic Services - Rocky Mountain Child and Family Therapy CenterTherapy is offered for children, adolescents, adults, and families.Denver CountyRocky Mountain Child and Family Therapy CenterRocky Mountain Child and Family Therapy Center
    Young at Heart - Center for Family OutreachOffers classes for youth regarding ethical, responsible, and caring young people by modeling social and emotional learning as well as appreciation for diversity. Students will identify why youth choose to bully and provide solutions on how to deal with bullying behavior. Larimer CountyCenter for Family OutreachCenter for Family Outreach
    Youth in Conflict - Rio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesProvides services to adolescents or pre-adolescents for the following circumstances: - Conflict at school - Conflict with family - Conflict in the community - Prior contact with law enforcement Services may be provided to delinquent or pre-delinquent youth to keep them at home in the community.Rio Blanco CountyRio Blanco County Department of Social ServicesRio Blanco County Department of Social Services
    Youth Mental Health CounselingProvides mental health counseling to youth within Pueblo Middle and High Schools, who are experiencing emotional or behavioral problems.Pueblo CountyChildren/Adolescent ProgramHealth 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 CountyEmerson St for Teens and Young Adults - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)
    Youth Services - GLBT Community Center of ColoradoRainbow Alley is a drop-in center designed to support GLBT youth and their allies ages 12 - 21. The Alley provides STI and HIV testing, counseling and referrals, youth-lead events and activities, and life resources. Youth who access the facility are welcome to use free services which include a medical clinic, computer lab, library, kitchen, and open hangout space.Denver CountyGLBT Community Center of ColoradoGLBT Community Center of Colorado

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