2820 13th Street | Boulder, Colorado 80304 | 720-218-4068 |
Signature Outpatient Program
Many people with diagnosed mental illnesses require services beyond those available through office-based psychiatric practices. Our outpatient levels of care for bipolar, schizophrenia, and other severe mental illnesses in a community-integrated treatment environment were designed to meet those needs.
Our program was created for our clients to move through the continuum of care as they stabilize and learn how to better live with their mental health disorder. They are able to reduce the frequency of care as they progress in functioning as a contributing member of their community. They also have the ability to move between levels of care at any time, providing flexibility to move up and down this continuum as their needs change.
Enhanced Outpatient is our highest level of outpatient care and is an individualized program for clients who transition from our most intensive level of residential care to maintain stability Our 5-day-a-week intensive services include: frequent contact with the psychiatrist and therapist, daily medication monitoring, individual and group therapy, vocational and social rehabilitation through our psychosocial clubhouse and ongoing treatment planning involving the full outpatient team. A breakfast and daily planning group are provided every weekday. Clients and their families also have access to our on-call team on evenings and weekends should a crisis occur and the client needs our support during these hours.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (IOP). A DIRECT ADMISSION OPTION.
For clients who don’t begin at our residential level of care or are being referred to us by an outside provider to enhance their treatment plan, we offer a direct admission IOP. LEARN MORE
This concierge-level of outpatient care offers a safety net of support for the client as they progress through our system. If needed, around-the-clock crisis services are available, as are other services for those clients who no longer need daily interactions with their clinical team.
Bridge to You
This outreach program is an approach that can be customized to meet the unique needs of clients who are physically or mentally unable to join us on-site at our clinic and clubhouse. When appropriate, our clinicians will provide top-quality treatment in a location that is best for the client. We can meet the client at home, in the community or at a residential facility.
Important Features of All Levels of Care
Assistance with Accessing Community Resources
Clients in the Enhanced Outpatient Program not only have a therapist and psychiatrist, they also have access to a case manager who can help them with such challenges as applying for social security benefits, getting to see their family doctor, shopping for clothes, finding housing, renewing their driving license, seeing their probation officer, getting bus passes, and other essentials of their daily life. We can even help clients manage their daily money allowance to be sure that it is managed appropriately. (Many of these services may be available in our other levels of care for an additional fee).
Medication Management and Monitoring
Colorado Recovery’s psychiatrists evaluate outpatient clients frequently XX to prescribe an effective medication regimen which may vary day to day depending on the observed response. their level of interactions with the clinical team and psychiatrist.
Clients who have had difficulty complying with medication management may XX receive their medications from the outpatient staff to ensure prescription adherence. (Depending on the level of care, an additional fee may apply).
Individual and Group Therapy
Every person enrolled in the Enhanced Outpatient Program is assigned a therapist who leads weekly treatment planning meetings with psychiatrists and treatment staff. Groups include dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, co-existing disorders group for psychiatric illness and substance abuse issues. Other specialty groups include a breakfast group, art therapy, movement therapy, creative writing, music, gardening, and more.
Client and Family Support
We love to stay in close contact with family members. When clients enter treatment, they may sign a “release of information” form, which permits the sharing of treatment information with their relatives. We then may connect with family members in a number of ways, including face-to-face, phone, and email.
For financing considerations, please review our services fee structure. All other questions about our services can be directed to our Admissions Team by filling out the form below or calling us at 720-218-4068.