Out of State Clients
Other out-of-state clients come to us because there are few programs in America for people with serious mental illness that offer initial residential treatment.
About half of the clients receiving intensive treatment at Colorado Recovery come from out of state. Eighty percent of the clients receiving intensive care have parents who are from out of state. Some of these clients are students at the University of Colorado or other higher-education facilities who develop a psychiatric disorder after moving to Colorado to enroll in school.
An illness such as depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia does not have to stand in the way of a college education. We help students with psychiatric disorders to:
We provide services to meet the individual student’s needs, including, when required:
Other out-of-state clients come to us because there are few programs in America for people with serious mental illness that offer initial residential treatment followed by ongoing intensive community support. This program of treatment and rehabilitation is designed to foster long-term stability and growth in skills, performance and quality of life.
If you live outside Colorado there are a variety of ways to explore whether we can be helpful:
Often we can determine without a face-to- face meeting whether or not your clinical situation is one in which the treatment and care offered by Colorado Recovery is likely to be successful.