Located in Boulder, Colorado, Boulder Alcohol Education Center is a community-oriented organization founded in 1982. It provides a range of flexible programs for clients struggling with addiction. While it was initially founded to provide affordable and discreet programs for DUI/DWI charges, it has since expanded to include additional educational programs and outpatient therapy in varying intensities.
Treatment and Staff
Detox is not available on-site but referrals to nearby facilities can be made as necessary. Boulder Alcohol Education Center typically offers both individual and group therapy that utilize evidence-based practices including CBT, Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Because programming is fairly customizable, the frequency of therapy and the length of treatment varies. Clients are also required to attend regular 12-step meetings. Dual diagnosis support is not provided.
The organization also offers assistance staging interventions and providing drug and alcohol evaluations and drug testing. Specialized programs for DUI/DWIs are also offered in a range of intensities. Both court-ordered and self-referred participants are welcome to attend.
Overall, Boulder Alcohol Education Center is a modest organization offering evidence-based care, 12-step support and educational groups. Although the programs are less intensive and do not include dual diagnosis support, those in need of flexible and affordable outpatient care may want to consider this facility.
Boulder Alcohol Education Center Location
Boulder Alcohol Education Center
1525 Spruce St, #100
Boulder, CO 80302
Boulder Alcohol Education Center Cost
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